Jerusalem Market Tour
Private Food Tour in Jerusalem
What is a private tour?
I have dietary restrictions. Can I take this tour?
We can happily adapt the tour to account for dietary restrictions. Please let us know in advance so we can tailor the tour to your needs. Please note that if you have severe allergies we cannot guarantee that the foods prepared in restaurant kitchens will not be subject to cross-contamination.
Is this tour possible for reduced mobility?
Yes, we can certainly adapt this tour for those with reduced mobility. Please let us know what your needs are in your client notes.
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.
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.