- From 1 Day to 6+ Days
"Our guide was wonderful and perfect for our group. We appreciated (her) depth of knowledge and her flexibility to accommodate what we wanted to see on the tour."
How to Book
Israel Custom Tour
- Friday night (Shabbat) home hospitality and dinner with a local family in Jerusalem
- Bauhaus Architecture Tour in Tel Aviv
- Street Art Tour with a local artist in Tel Aviv
- Private tour of the Israel Museum with a local specialist
- Private tour of the Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum
- Day Excursion to Beit Guvrin National Park, the Ayalon Institute (Bullet Factory) and a Boutique Winery
- Variety of workshops, from art and craft to cooking and more
- Day Excursion from Tel Aviv to Haifa, the Bahai Gardens, Akko and Rosh Ha'nikra
- Start-up and Innovation Tour in Jerusalem
- Family-friendly tours across Jerusalem
Something in Mind?
- How many hours would you like the walk to be?
- What are your main goals?
- Which sites and venues would you like to prioritize? Do you want to just pass by or explore inside as well?
- Do you have any mobility concerns?
- Describe your group.
Can you organize a driver?
Yes. We can organize transport from the moment you land in Israel, including airport transfers and daily car services for your tours.
Reut has been guiding for over ten years, leading tours and educational programs for all age groups. After military service, she went on two volunteer trips overseas. She first spent a year in Melbourne, where she led activities and seminars at a school in a local Jewish community, serving students from first grade through university. When she came back to Israel, she participated in Ein Prat Midrasha, a program focused on Israeli and Jewish studies. She also graduated with a degree in Middle Eastern studies from Hebre University. Alongside her university studies, she completed tour guide courses and began guiding groups across the country. She specializes in Israel’s archaeological sites and enjoys working with groups of all backgrounds to find individual connection points with Israel’s religion, history, art, technology, or food.
Noa is a sabra, the name for a native-born and bred Israeli. She grew up on a Moshav (a communal farm) in the south of the country and, like many of her peers, traveled the world after her two years of military service. She became a certified tour guide at the age of 22, guiding groups and individuals all over Israel while continuing her education. She earned her Bachelor’s in Geology and Environmental Studies from Ben Gurion University, followed by a Master’s in Literature of the Hebrew Bible at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Today she resides in Tel Aviv and, alongside guiding tours, she enjoys reading books, playing the piano and practicing yoga.
Orit was born and raised in Jerusalem. After spending years in different cities, she returned to her home. Orit earned her MA in Philosophy from Hebrew University in Philosophy, a background she brings into her guiding. After 15 years in the restaurant business as a manager and culinary consultant, Orit became a certified tour guide and now works to combine both of her loves: food and travel. Orit uses food to tell the story of Israel, past and present.
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