Upcoming Tiyulim

Tanach Tiyulim

POB 151

Alon Shevut 90433


Dear all,

I hope that you are all well, healthy and still sane. Below you will find three tiyulim which will enrich our summer as we slowly emerge from hibernation and return to normalcy.


Har Herzl

Part two

This visit to Har Herzl will focus on heroes, male and female, whose contribution to the establishment and the security of the State of Israel deserves our recognition. The tour can be appreciated regardless of whether you have attended the basic Har Herzl tour.

Monday, July 6th

9:30 AM

100 shekels


The Palace at Ramat Rachel

New tiyul!!!!!

Wednesday, July 15th

We will visit the site which was the superstar of Jerusalem archeological sites in the pre - 67 era. The site, which contains remains from nine distinct historical periods, was dug extensively in the 1950s, revisited in recent years by archeologists (six years of digs!) and has yielded amazing finds. We will attempt to understand the various explanations which have been proposed by leading experts as we familiarize ourselves with an area which historically played a central role in the economy of Jerusalem.

4 PM

125 shekels


Galil/Golan Tiyul

After these difficult months we all deserve a break!

Our three day tiyul to the Galil and Golan which was scheduled for mid-March has been rescheduled for September 7th- 9th and will be limited in number to ensure health considerations (which will hopefully no longer be necessary).

Here are the relevant details:

We will leave Jerusalem at 8:30 AM on Monday and return at about 8 PM on Wednesday. We will leave from and return to Jerusalem. The meeting place will be the OU Israel Center on 22 Keren Hayesod St.

We will stay at the beautiful Amirei Hagalil spa boutique hotel. The hotel has a chef's restaurant in the dining room for dinner and an excellent breakfast. Box lunches will be provided for the second and third days. Clients who have stayed there in the past have raved about the hotel and the food.

The itinerary, at present, (there will probably be some minor changes) will include: Sites in the Jordan Valley, the ancient town of Chamat Teverya with its spectacular and "scandalous" mosaic floor, the Biblical, Roman and Byzantine city of Bet Shean,  the second Temple period city of Migdal, the ancient synagogue at Korazim, the anonymous town in the Golan whose ancient shul has been rebuilt exactly as it was when destroyed  by an earthquake in the 8th century, a tour and tasting at the Golan winery, the important Galilean cities in the time of the Mishna (hopefully including a recent archeological site which was the home of the Sanhedrin soon after the Bar Kochva rebellion. We will be guided there by the archeologist in charge of the dig!), waterfalls, gorgeous landscapes and much more. Our focus will be on the periods of Yehoshua, late second Bet Mikdash and life in Eretz Yisrael in the time of the Mishna and Gemara.

The cost of the tiyul is 1,975 shekels per person, assuming double occupancy.  The cost of single occupancy is 2,875 shekels. The cost includes (a wonderful…) guide, transportation on a full sized bus, 5 star lodging, excellent food and all entrance fees.

A discount of 125 shekels per person will be given for reservations made and paid by July 10th.

Tips (driver and waiters) are not included.

The number of vacancies is limited and we will treat all reservations on a first come, first served basis.

Feel free to email or call me with questions.