With over 20 years of experience, I provide a unique experience through the culture and history of Israel. You will see both the modern and old cities of Israel and experience the multi-cultural taste of history, sights, and sounds. An awe inspiring experience which will make you want to return to the Holy Land over and over again. I give you my very personal insight into the life and history of this beautiful country.
I am inviting you to unforgettable alternative journey through Israel. Except the main tourist sites, we will visit some unique exotic places, meet some interesting people, taste the local wine and food and of course learn a lot about history and geopolitics.
Spend a day visiting boutique wineries around central Israel with this unique wine tour from Tel Aviv. Meet winemakers and winery owners to learn about their unique wines as you taste them. Wineries visited in each chosen area are dependent on the season.
We have been guiding groups on winery tours around Israel for over 20 years. As winery tourism specialists, we have a unique understanding of the rebirth of Israel's wine industry. Today there are over 400 boutique wineries in Israel. Some are producing world-class award-winning wines. Some offer a gourmet experience, including cheese and chocolate tastings and chef restaurants. We can tailor your wine tasting tour to suit your interest, visiting up to three wineries according to your taste. You will meet the wine makers and hear their fascinating personal stories and the vision behind their craft. We will show you the beautiful scenery of Israel's wine-growing regions and tell you about the history of wine in Israel since Biblical times.
During this culinary experience, you will have the chance to visit the famous Surquillo Market while the chef comment and explain about the amazing products you see. You will also get to taste various exotic fruits. Then you will enjoy the chef's cooking tips during a cooking class in his restaurant and learn how he gets this creative Peruvian savor in his dishes. Star of a cooking TV show, the chef Israel Laura and his right hand chef Miguel Torvisco reinterpret the Peruvian cuisine and enhance the local ingredients. You'll love to have Israel or Miguel take you trough this peruvian adventure !
Taste your way through southern Israel on this wine tour from Tel Aviv. Marvel at terrain on which it would seem absolutely impossible to grow grapes, but which produces among the best wines in the country. Enjoy fascinating scenery and great wines. Price is per group, with 4 people at most.
In this spiritual tour, you will visit Nazareth the biggest arab city in Israel, and the home to the church of Annunciation. Enjoy a stroll in the local market, taste some arab coffee and sweets.Then, Visit the majestic Sea of Galilee. Tour the religious and archeological sites of Capernaum and Mt Beatitudes.
Taste the abundant cuisines of the famous Levinsky market in Tel Aviv, Israel, whenever you want with one single card. The Bite Card is comprised of vouchers curated in order to give you a chance to try a variety of products, flavors and the aromas of the market - at your own pace. This punch card will allow you to taste delicious food such as hummus, Souvlaki, authentic Jewish cooking and more. The available days that you can experience the market is Sunday though Friday.
Nazareth is a world-renowned city, the town of the boyhood of Christ. But it is also a living, vibrant city, the largest Arab city in Israel, and the cultural capital of the Palestinians in Israel. We’ll visit the iconic Basilica of the Annunciation, followed by Nazareth’s lesser-known sights: the Moscowia building, the political street art, carefully renovated 300-year-old carpentry-turned-boutique hotel, and the gutted-out old market. We’ll taste the local delicacies experience street life.From there, we will drive to the neighboring village of Tzippori. Well-known for the rich Roman antiquities, the rich mosaics and water reservoir, it’s Palestinian history remains hidden from view. We will see what’s left of the village, and end with a surprising visit to a functioning medieval monastery and orphanage.