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Adventure Guided Tour

Your own Adventurous, Off-the-Track Tour

 

Highlights from a two-three day adventurous trip to the Galilee and Golan Heights; Climb Mount Arbel and explore its fortress. Ascend to the Crusader’s Montfort Citadel. Follow in the footsteps of the Palmach who climbed to Metzudat Yesha, ride a cable car up a mountain, kayak on the Jordan River. Trudge down to Nahal Amud for a swim in its pools and see the sunset from Mount Meron.

Walk through Nimrod’s Castle in the Golan Heights, visit the bunkers at Mount Bental, stand on the bird balcony at the Gamla Cliffs and descend to a 2,000-year-old synagogue. Hike through Golan riverbeds, bike nature trails and finish up under the Gilaboon Waterfalls.

 

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I feel prompted to write this email to you all and your wonderful company after the tour my daughter and I took with you throughout Israel. From the moment you picked us up, to the time we arrived for our airport departure, I was impressed with the service you delivered. Shmuel is an absolute legend and quite clearly has a real passion for his country and culture and loves to share it with others. His love and knowledge of Israel and the people whom live there is in my mind what made the trip all that it was. Shmuel has left a large impression on me re-igniting a spark inside me that has been slowly smothered by the pressures of living in our fast paced modern society in the United States. During the tour I came to realize the reality of the Bible stories and felt a new connection spiritually. I can’t thank both of you enough for making such a trip so informative to the average person like myself, as I believe it has left me with a new outlook on life and passion to get out there to what is real - our love of Israel, it’s culture and most importantly to have compassion and support for those who care for this great land. Ignorance only comes through a lack of knowledge and people like Aviva and Shmuel makes a big difference. We highly recommend seeing Israel with them, shalom! Yours Gratefully, Christine and Genevieve Ivory





Christine and Genevieve Ivory