Upcoming Tiyulim


Tanach Tiyulim

POB 151

Alon Shevut 90433

052-4228601


Har Herzl

Wednesday, April 7th

Our visit will focus mainly on the military cemetery where we will pay tribute to those who gave their lives to help establish our state and continued to defend us in Israel's wars.

A week before Memorial Day, we will tell the stories of the famous and some of the unknown, men and women, whose names are etched into the pantheon of "Gibborei Yisrael", the heroes of our nation.

The tour will being at 10:30 AM and end at about 1:30 PM.

Cost – 100 shekels

Gorgeous Galil and Golan

Ancient Synagogues and Beautiful Nature

May 2nd – May 4th

Finally, finally, finally, it appears that we can resume a semblance of normalcy. And what could be better than three wonderfully enjoyable and educational days, staying in a beautiful spa hotel in the Upper Galil.

Our tour will deal with many important topics; ranging from Biblical times, through the Roman Byzantine period (Talmudic times) to modern day Israel.

We will stay at the beautiful Amirei HaGalil spa hotel whose chef's restaurant will provide us with culinary delights as well.

The cost for this three day tiyul is 1,990 shekels per person (double occupancy) which includes transportation (bus which will not be completely full), a (wonderful, vaccinated) guide, lodging, all entrance fees, dinner on both nights, breakfast on both days and a box lunch on the second and third days. Tips (driver, waiter etc.) are not included.

The early bird rate for reservations paid by 24.3.2021 is 1,890 shekels per person.

For the price of a single supplement please email or call.

This tiyul is limited to people who have received both vaccinations and who have a green passport. Masks will be required at all times (except meals….)

In order to reserve, please send us an email that you want to participate and I will respond by giving you my bank details in order to do a bank transfer.

Questions? Feel free to email or call me at 052-4228601

Look forward to seeing you!

Ezra

P.S. I am scheduling a visit to Har Herzl on April 6th, a week before Yom Hazikaron. Space will be limited so please let me know if you are interested.