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*This itinerary is a proposal and is open to changes, including the reduction or addition of days, according to individual interests.*
Private Multi-Day Tour of Israel
- Friday night (Shabbat) home hospitality and dinner with a local family in Jerusalem
- Jerusalem Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum
- Sound and Light show at the David Citadel
- Tel Aviv street art graffiti tour with a local artist and/or art specialist
- Tel Aviv Bauhaus architecture tour
- Israel Museum
- Start-up and innovation tours
- Beit Guvrin National park, the Ayalon Institute (bullet factory), and a boutique winery
- Day tour to the Bahai Gardens in Haifa, Akko & Rosh Ha’Nikra and more
- Variety of workshops, such as: arts and crafts, cooking
- Nature and desert hikes
- Family attractions, such as: the water tunnel in the City of David, rappelling, ATV’s
- Agriculture and ecotours
- Geopolitical tours
FAQ About the Private Multi-Day Tour of Israel
What is included in this experience?
The private guide, vehicle and all entrances are included. The cost of some lunches are included. Accommodation, breakfast, and dinner are not included.
Do you have accommodation recommendations?
Yes, we can send a list of recommendations as well as discount links. In some cases, we are also able to book accommodation. Please contact us for more information.
Why does the price change when I add more than 2 people?
The pricing for this experience starts at 2 people. Each subsequent person is subject to an additional charge.
Is this suitable for children?
Yes. We can adapt the route to be more family-friendly and pair your family with a suitable family guide.
I’d like to revise this itinerary. Is this possible?
Yes, absolutely. Please let us know in your client notes or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. This product is an example of the types of multi-day itineraries that we can craft for an in-depth trip through Israel.
A native-born Israeli, Noga is a true expert on all things Tel Aviv, where she currently lives and works. With a background as a youth-movement teen leader, Noga served the IDF (Israel Defense Forces) in the education core, guiding soldiers on trips and tours throughout the country. After obtaining a BA with Honors in Education, Sociology, and Anthropology from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Noga gained additional experience as a preschool teacher and also as a mentor to underprivileged youth at a boarding school. In 2014, Noga decided to get a tour guide certification, a combination of two of her biggest passions: her love for people from all backgrounds, and her passion for her country's history, society, religious background, culture, and cuisine. A true Tel Avivian, Noga loves telling stories about the city's glorious past as well as its contemporary hustle and bustle. She guides in Hebrew, English, and Spanish, and divides her time guiding tours in her home city, as well as all over the country. When not working, Noga loves traveling the world herself and, of course, enjoys city life in Tel Aviv, where she goes to the beach way too often.
Ronen always loved traveling and the outdoors as he was growing up in Israel. After graduating high school, he volunteered on a kibbutz in the south of the country for a year. Once drafted into the IDF (Israel Defense Forces), he served in an airborne infantry unit; Ronen is still active in the reserves. A native-born Israeli, Ronen has always been passionate about the rich, complex history the country has to offer. He focused his education on Israel studies at Haifa University. Ronen has been working as a guide since 2006, with the exception of a six-month break for a solo backpacking trip across Southeast Asia. When he returned from his adventures, he realized that traveling and guiding were his true passions and decided to turn his hobbies into a career. To further his passion, he guides in eastern Europe as well. His primary interests, shaped by the region in which he grew up, are religion, geopolitics, history, agro-tech, and business. In his free time, he enjoys playing drums, cycling, and hiking.
After completing military service, Elisha decided to pursue his passion for travel and backpacked around the world. He then lived for three years in Spain, where he learned Spanish. After coming back to Israel, he started his study of reflexology. Elisha has been working as a tour guide for the past four years all over Israel and his greatest passions are history, religions and politics. He currently lives in Israel with his two children.