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    RABBI GUIDE The Trip of a Lifetime

    An adventure through the holyland of Israel
    led by Rabbi Mordechai Weiss

    Experience Israel as you never have before !!!

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    Suggested full day activities.
    Activities may vary depending upon the day of the week.

    • DAY 1

      Rosh Hanikra - An incredibly beautiful, unique, white chack cliff that plundges into the Mediterranean Sea. The waves, bashing against the soft chalkstone, create caves and tunnels called grottos (in Hebrew: NIKRA). Rosh Hanikra is found on the Israel-Lebanon border.
      Rosh Hanikra Rosh Hanikra Grotto

      Overnight: Hotel Lower Galilee

    • DAY 2

      Manara Cliff (Tzuk Manara)
      The Manara Cliff is located at Kibbutz Manara, less than 1 km west of Kiryat Shmona. It boasts the country's longest and steepest cable car ride in Israel. (1.9 km / 1.18 miles) The view of the Hula Valley is unmatched.
      Manara Cliff

      Krar blum - kayaks
      Discover lush green landscape, beautiful clean waters perfect for families or the adventurous.

      Galil Winery ~ Israeli Wine Tasting
      Like many wineries in this ancient cradle of wine, Galil Mountain Winery is new,
      founded only in 2000 as a joint venture between Golan Heights Winery and Kibbutz Yiron.

      Overnight: Hotel Lower Galilee

    • DAY 3

      Gadot Observation Point - Overlooking the Galil and the Golan Heights, this observation point is named for Kibbutz Gadot - a kibbutz whose civilian members put themselves in the line of fire to defend the Galil up until 1967. The site is dedicated to soldiers who fell in the fight for the defense of the Galil and the Golan.

      Gilabun - A hiking trail with beautiful waterfalls in the southern part of the Golan Heights.
      Gilabun Waterfall

      Talmudic Park in Katzrin - An urban village in the lower Golan Heights. Ruins indicate that Katzrin is the site of a Jewish settlement from the Mishnaic and Talmudic times.

      Mount Bental Observation Point - Site of a former Israeli bunker, Mount Bental is an observation point over looking the Golan Heights and Israel's Northern Borders.
      In the Yom Kippur War of 1973, Mount Bental was the site of one of the largest tank battles in history.
      Mount Bental Mount Bental

      Overnite: Hotel Lower Galilee

    • DAY 4

      Visit The De Karina Chocolate House
      Hand made mountainous chocolate, liqueur and jam is what you can find
      in this small Chocolate House in "Ein Zivan" in the Golan Heights.
      The De Karina Chocolate House

      Mount Arbel - With a stunning view of the Kinneret and Lower Galilee, the peak of Mt. Arbel is the top of a steep cliff in whose fortified caves the Zealots, who revolted against Herod, sought refuge.

      Safed (Tzfat) - The city of Jewish mysticism, Kaballah, was the home to many illustrious Jewish sages and mystics during the 16th century, including Rabbi Yosef Caro and Rabbi Yitzchak Luria. Walking through the alleys of Safed, let yourself absorb it ubique atmosphere, sense the spirituality of the town, its kabbalists, its beauty, art and unique people.
      Safed Abuhav Synagogue

      Haifa - Bahai Temple
      Bahai Temple---Bahai Temple Market

      On to Jerusalem

      Overnite: Hotel in Jerusalem

    • DAY 5

      Many archaeological wonders can be found on the site of King David's capital city,
      including houses, castles and guard posts, pieces of the old city wall.
      City of David

      King Hezekiah's amazing water tunnel
      Prepare to get wet !
      Water Tunnel Water Tunnel Rabbi Guide in Water Tunnel

      Southern Excavations of the Temple Mount - Learn the secret of the stairs leading up to the Hulda Gates and the southern entrance of the Temple Mount. Explore the remains of the storehouses and the ritual baths in the Temple Mount environs and find out more about 2nd Temple period Jews as you visit the basement of an Ottoman Palace.

      Kotel the Western Wall
      The Western Wall Kotel Pleace Notes in Wall

      Old City Walls
      Old City Walls Below Kotel

      Montefiore Windmill
      One of the first sites in Jerusalem to be built outside of the old city in new Jerusalem
      The Montefiore Windmill is a landmark windmill in Jerusalem. Built in the Mishkenot Sha'ananim neighborhood in 1857

      Overnite: Hotel in Jerusalem

    • DAY 6

      Israeli Museum - Dead Sea Scrolls
      Dead Sea Scrolls Old City

      Ammunition Hill
      One of bloodiest battles of the Six-Day War was fought on Ammunition Hill (Givat Hatachmoshet).
      Battle of Ammunition Hill Ammunition Hill Ammunition Hill

      Yad Vashem
      Yad Vashem is dedicated to documenting the history of the Jewish people during the Holocaust period, preserving the memory and story of each of the six million victims, and imparting the legacy of the Holocaust for generations to come through its archives, library, school, museums and recognition of the Righteous Among the Nations.
      Yad Vashem

      Mount Herzel
      Israel's national cemetery is also Jerusalem's military cemetary where soldiers of past and present are buried. Mt. Hertzl is the burial place of many dignitaries and prominent figures of the Jewish people such as Theodore Hertzl, Yitzchak Rabin, Channa Sennesh and Yoni Netanyahu.

      Mahane Yehuda Market

      Mea Shearim - experience the life in a Haredi Neighborhood in Jerusalem
      Mea Shearim

      Overnite: Jerusalem

    • DAY 7

      Genesis Land - A Biblical Experience
      History comes to life when you have lunch with Abraham.

      Dead Sea - Float in the Sea of Salt, the lowest place on earth. The mineral rich Dead Sea is located in the South of the Jordan Valley, the lowest spot on earth - 398m below sea level !
      Floating in the Dead Sea Dead Sea Dead Sea

      Masada - Remains of a large 2nd temple fortress situated in the Judean Desert, 17km south of Ein Gedi. Seized by the rebels during the revolt against Rome, it became the last Zealot stronghold after the fall of Jerusalem. The siege at Masada lasted three years.
      Masada Masada Cable Snake Path Cable
      Steam Room Rabbi Guide at Dead Sea and Masada

      Kibbutz Ein Gedi

      Camels at Chan hashayarot - Ride the Camels
      Camel Riding a Camel

      Overnite: Hotel at Dead Sea

    • Day 8

      Tel Aviv
      Tel Aviv Traffic Tel Aviv Beach

      Ayalon Instutute - The Ayalon Institute presents the story of a secret factory that manufactured ammunition, built underneath a limestone hill. The Ayalon Institute was the largest IMI factory to operate underground and produced over 2,500,000 9mm bullets used in the War of Independance.
      Aylon Institute factory that manufactured ammunition Thanks for the electric

      Jaffa (Yaffo) - A city on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, south of Tel Aviv. Yaffo is an artists' colony and entertainment center with many buildings and historical sites from the Canaanite and Medieval periods.
      Jaffa Lemon Tree

      Independence Hall - The story of the house in which Israel's independence was declared and the fantastic people who made it happen.
      Independence Hall

      Overnite: Hotel in Tel Aviv

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