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Reliving the Lives of our Ancestors

Heritage Tours in Israel

Israel is known for its rich history and cultural significance. Regardless of your background, a visit to Israel is an amazing opportunity to get in touch with your ancestral roots. Read on to discover some of the unique ways you and your family can explore your cultural heritage.

A Simpler Time…

While museums and sites of archaeological importance are incredible ways to discover the past, there’s something special about actually experiencing those aspects of our history that have been replaced by centuries of technological and cultural development. Here are some of our favorite ways to connect with our ancestors:

Slow food

Before electricity and heavy machinery came along to revolutionize the way we cook and eat, everything was made in small batches by hand. We love bringing our guests back in time through interactive culinary experiences. Whether it’s baking pita over a fire, pressing olives in an antique press, or making your own cheese, creating slow food and sharing a communal meal is a fantastic experience for visitors of all ages.

Animals and shepherding

Our relationship with the natural world is fundamentally different from what it was for our ancestors. Animal experiences can be fun ways to learn about how families and communities of yore interacted with their four-legged counterparts. Visits to family farms and historic villages put us in contact with animals that many of us have never seen in person. These are the kinds of experiences that not only help us connect with our past but also create memories that last a lifetime.

Stories that come to life

Because Israel is so rich with history, there’s simply no way to see everything. This is why choosing the right kinds of places to visit really makes a difference. Walking through water tunnels under the Old City is one of many great activities in Jerusalem, for example, it’s hard not to feel the history (you’re standing waist-deep in it, after all). Walking through the remains of the houses and synagogue in the mountain fortress of Masada, visitors are transported to the time of the Roman Revolt and the heroic battle that took place there. When your private tour guide tells the stories of these powerful places, it’s almost like you’re there in real-time.

More to discover…

Private Tours in Northern Israel

Northern Israel is one of the most popular areas for traveling in Israel. The rolling Galilean hills and Golan Heights are home to some of Israel’s most beautiful and fascinating sites. Whether you’re interested in religious history, archaeology, nature, geopolitics, rock-climbing, food and wine, or pretty much anything else, your private tour of Israel should definitely run through northern Israel.

The beaches of Israel

Despite covering only a tiny geographic area, Israel is unique for the large variety of beaches it contains. From the Sea of Galilee in the North to the Red Sea in the South, from the Mediterranean in the West to the Dead Sea in the East, you can’t travel too far in any one direction without getting wet.

Volunteering in Israel

Volunteering is an incredible way to make lifelong connections by working alongside the individuals who are out there every day striving to improve people’s lives. In just about every field you can think of, these everyday heroes are creating an impact and changing society. Just let us know what your interests are, and we’ll connect you to the people and organizations who are making a difference.
Teenage girl riding a camel led by a Bedouin man in the Judean Desert in Israel
Teenage girl riding a camel led by a Bedouin man in the Judean Desert in Israel

Feeling inspired? Get in touch to discuss your trip.

With an effortless, uncomplicated experience and our quality travel services, we’re dedicated to making this your trip of a lifetime!