Category: Bar Mitzvah in Israel

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After the Bar Mitzvah

After the Bar Mitzvah

Just because throwing a grand reception with 200 of your son’s closest friends and family members may not be on the agenda for your family’s Bar Mitzvah Tour in Israel, that doesn’t mean that the party has to stop as soon as the Torah scroll gets closed. Celebrating your son’s Bar Mitzvah in Israel can

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THE TOP 5 PLACES TO VISIT ON ...

THE TOP 5 PLACES TO VISIT ON YOUR BAR MITZVAH TOUR IN ISRAEL

When planning your Bar Mitzvah tour to Israel you will want to devote time to the city at the center of Jewish tradition and history, Jerusalem! It is best to research and organize the events yourself; this can save you money and allow you to customize your trip to meet your group’s needs. Here is

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Art Festivals in Israel 2019

Art Festivals in Israel 2019

Hutzot Hayotzer Fair This festival is run annually during the summer, so if you are bringing your Bar or Bat Mitzvah party to Israel at that time, this could be an adventure for you! The literal translation of the festival’s name is, “The Artist Steps Out”! This is literally what happens, as dozens of artist

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Israel’s Best Water Parks

Israel’s Best Water Parks

When coming on your family’s private tour in Israel during the spring, summer or fall, it’s great to mix up your exploration of historic and cultural sites with some good ‘ol fashioned water-park fun. The following parks are fun for the whole family and will give you time to mingle and play with the locals,

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Israel’s Best Zoos and Animal...

Israel’s Best Zoos and Animal Safaris

When coming on your family trip to Israel, whether it’s a Bar Mitzvah tour in Israel or a family vacation, one of the things you might want to consider is taking a bit of time out to encounter the abundant animal life living in the region – both indigenous and adopted. From the youngest to

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Fun things to do on a Bar / B...

Fun things to do on a Bar / Bat Mitzvah tour in Tel Aviv

When on your Bar / Bat Mitzvah tour in Israel, one of the places you’re sure to visit is Tel Aviv, a city rich in modern Israeli history and culture. But how can you plan an itinerary in Tel Aviv that will entertain and delight the whole family? The following mini-guide will give you a

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Israel’s Favorite Hot S...

Israel’s Favorite Hot Springs

 From Hamat Gader to Hamei Tverya and the Dead Sea, Israel’s hot springs are fun for the whole family and make for a great addition to any private tours in Israel. This blog will entice you to extend your day trips to the Sea of Galilee and the Dead Sea to visit the local hot

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Sustainability in Israel

Sustainability in Israel

When on your Bar/Bat Mitzvah tour Israel, one of the most interesting things you can do is to notice Israelis’ integration of sustainability principles into their everyday lifestyle. From solar water heating to mass-scale greywater recycling, once you key into Israel’s sustainable lifestyle, you’ll never see the world the same way again! Resource Conservation as

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Israel’s Wealth of Jewi...

Israel’s Wealth of Jewish Diversity – Part 2: North and South Israel

Although Israel is known for its strong traditional communities, Israel’s Jewish spiritual communities are as diverse in their practices and approaches as are the Jewish communities of America. When coming on private tours in Israel, many families hail from progressive home congregations and may feel more comfortable in an egalitarian prayer setting, with or without

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Israel’s Wealth of Jewish Div...

Israel’s Wealth of Jewish Diversity

Although Israelis known for its strong traditional communities, Israel’s Jewish spiritual communities are as diverse in their practices and approaches as are the Jewish communities of America. Many families coming on private tours in Israel hail from progressive home congregations and may feel more comfortable in an egalitarian prayer setting, with or without Mechitza. Here

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