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Jewish Tours

Explore the holiest sites in Judaism, from the Western Wall in Jerusalem to the graves of revered biblical figures in the Galilee region. Learn about the centuries of Jewish history and culture, from the ancient kingdoms of Israel to the modern State of Israel. Visit the Holocaust Memorial at Yad Vashem and gain a deeper understanding of the atrocities committed during World War II. On this private tour of Israel, you will have the opportunity to engage with the vibrant and diverse Jewish community, taste traditional foods, and immerse yourself in the rich culture and traditions of the Jewish people.

Kotel (Western Wall)

The Western Wall, also known as the Wailing Wall, is a retaining wall of the Temple Mount, considered the holiest site in Judaism. According to legend, the Holy Spirit descended upon the wall after the destruction of the Temple. The massive stones of the wall, each with its perfectly carved border, demonstrate the physical grandeur of the ancient Jewish world. Over the centuries, this fragment of the Temple complex has come to symbolize the strong connection of the Jewish people to the land of Israel. For more than 1,000 years under Islamic rule, the Western Wall was the closest point that Jews were allowed to approach the site of the ancient Temple of Jerusalem.


Masada is a hilltop fortress located in Israel, near the Dead Sea, where Jews fought against the Romans during the Great Revolt in 73 CE. The fortress, which sits atop a mountain, can be reached by either hiking or taking a cable car up the winding "Snake Path". The remains of Masada, which have been partly reconstructed and are well-preserved, include King Herod's northern palace built on three terraces overlooking a gorge, a large Roman-style bath house with a mosaic floor and mural-decorated walls, and other structures such as a western palace, mikveh, storerooms, watchtowers, and a synagogue that tell the history of this site.

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