Private, Kid-Friendly Tour of Jerusalem
Explore Jerusalem as a Family
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.
Olga received her MA in Ancient Near Eastern Studies from Moscow State University (the Center for Advanced Judaic Studies) and is now enrolled in PhD studies at the Hebrew University. For the last 16 year Olga has been teaching and guiding tours in Israel for clients ranging from large institutions to small groups with special interests and individuals. She tours at all major archaeological sites in Jerusalem, following the most current developments at the new excavations around the city, and keeping in touch with archaeologists in the field. he likes to give her clients a better feel for Jerusalem and Israel, bringing the complicated nature of the young country and the ancient land into clearer focus. Exploring Israel with clients, Olga loves to share her passion and offer an insider’s knowledge of its people and places and an educator’s eye for detail. Connecting religion, tradition, history, archaeology and the modern day geopolitical realities in a way that will provoke thought and discussion. She lives in Jerusalem with her family.