I always tell my tourist, Israel is isn't a museum. You have to walk it, you have to taste it. You have to meet its people. The tours are a Mélange of people, landscapes and cultures leading to self-discovery. Exploring the country through nature, walks, history, archeology and innovation – alongside with interpersonal encounters and workshops.
The tours focus on a cultural-anthropological experience accompanied by self-study and connection to sources of creativity and inspiration. We'll meet key people that are leading changes within the communities – both Jews and Arabs. Meet with inspiring Israeli women – and learn of their challenges as their insights.
Those tours offer actual workshop with ancient crafts' artists – such as clay, wood work, wool and beads. I have special passion for those tours - as a potter, I highly believe those tours promote sustainable stronger society with respect for its elders. Enabling those precious people to maintain this knowledge for future generations. And a golden opportunity for you - to explore spirit into matter and meet the real people of Israel nowadays.
The Galilee is a cross section of what makes Israel unique. Fascinating pastry of passionate Zionist Jews - kibbutz and Moshavim - alongside traditional numbed Arab villages. Rich diverse blend of Christians, Muslims, Druze and many others. Unique the dress-codes, typical norms and why not savour the aromas of the traditional coffees blends. This day tour connects the dots between tradition and modernism, religion and secular, arts and permaculture. Connecting the dots into an holistic human mosaic.
PEARLS OF JERUSALEM DAY TOUR
In the footsteps of Fabrics, Merchants and Sacred Places
What is the secret of Jerusalem's holiness to Judaism, Christianity and Islam - and does the commonality outweigh the differences? Fascinating human encounters in the alleys of the old city. Revealing the hidden & magical corners and the people working in the shadows - uniquely contribute to the complete mosaic of Jerusalem.
IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF DREAMERS AT THE CARMEL
Surprising spot, off-the-beaten-path that is worth visiting, especially if you like quiet beaches and colorful people. Less than an hour's drive from Tel Aviv awaits a rustic green and vibrant land. A visit to the Carmel region provides a rare glimpse into a peaceful and multicultural world that shows Israel's beautiful, challenging and multicultural faces.
WADI ARA REGION
Melange of people, landscape, and cultures
Less than an hour's drive north of Tel Aviv awaits this magnificent region worth visiting for people and nature lovers.
This day tour will expose one of Israel's most beautiful, challenging and multicultural area. A unique glimpse into the Arab Israeli culture alongside powerful human encounters with key figures of the Wadi Ara region, packed with spectacular views.