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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.
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.
Segev was born in Jerusalem. After his army service, he explored South America and the Far East. His adventure didn’t end when he came back. He walked all Israel by foot on his own. His "Israel Trail" journey led him to seek a better understanding of Israel's cultures, trails, and people. He became a social worker, and worked with various groups of people: he mentored Israeli at-risk youth, developed leadership and outdoor programs for army military commanders, and created programming for private organizations and special needs groups. Today, Segev is married with 3 children. In addition to being a certified tour guide since 2011, he continues his work as a social worker. He is also a licensed snake catcher and a marathoner.
Asaf earned a BA in Jewish History and Archaeology from Hebrew University, and an MA in Middle Eastern Studies and Islam from Bar Ilan University. He has worked for over ten years for the Western Wall Heritage Foundation, and has led many missions and tours across the country. Asaf is passionate about sharing his love of Israel and its people through stories, personal experiences, and hands-on learning; he specializes in tours of Jerusalem and the Old City. Asaf has led many groups and individuals on exciting and educational tours throughout Israel (including heads of state, famous celebrities, and even Pope Francis). Asaf is married with 2 kids and lives in Jerusalem.