Greetings, friends and travelers. I’m excited that you’re coming to visit the holy land, and I’d love to meet you and show you around my country.

Following this introduction, you’ll find a list of the most popular day tours I offer. I’m a certified tour guide and I live in northern Israel. My day tours usually depart from Haifa in the morning and return to Haifa in the evening.

This is an exciting new age in travel! You no longer need a travel agent; with my help, you can arrange everything from home before your trip. You get a tailor-made tour, matching your own taste and interests.

In addition to the classic tours listed here, I’ve helped tourists engage in the most awesome activities – skydiving, scuba diving, wind surfing lessons, and even F-16 simulators. These activities are all amazing, but especially so when surrounded with the sights and spirit of the holy land.

Call or write now and together we’ll plan an unforgettable vacation for you and your family in Israel!


Historical Jerusalem Full Day Tour

We’ll begin our tour with a panoramic view of Jerusalem from the top of Mount of Olives, then visit the Garden of Gethsemane, Church of All Nations, and Mary’s Tomb. Entering Jerusalem’s Old City by way of its ancient stone gates, we’ll first visit the Jewish Quarter, including the sacred Western Wall where you can place a personal note between the stones of the Kotel. We will then follow the Via Dolorosa through the Arab bazaar to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, the site of the crucifixion and the resurrection of Christ. After our lunch break, we’ll visit Mount Zion, Room of the Last Supper, David’s Tomb, and the Dormition Abbey. Before returning to Haifa we’ll visit a unique archeological site that will take us back 2,000 years to 70 AD and the Jewish revolt against the Romans.

Nazareth and Sea of Galilee

Only a short drive from Haifa, we’ll begin our tour in Nazareth where we’ll visit three beautiful churches: Church of Annunciation, Church of St. Joseph, and Mary’s Church. Continuing to the Sea of Galilee, we’ll pass Cana, site of the miracle of the Wedding, where Christ turned water into wine. We’ll enjoy a splendid view of the Sea of Galilee from Mount of Beatitudes, where Jesus gave the Sermon on the Mount, and we’ll visit the archeological site of Capernaum, hometown of Saint Peter. After visiting the Catholic Church of the Multiplication in Tabgha, we’ll drive to the Yardenit Baptismal Site on the banks of the Jordan River. Before returning to Haifa we’ll visit a Kibbutz – one of Israel’s traditional collective farms - and pass near Mt. Tabor, where the Transfiguration took place.

Masada and the Dead Sea

We will depart Haifa early in the morning for the Dead Sea, the lowest place on earth. Along the shore of the Dead Sea we’ll take note of the unique rock and salt formations found nowhere else in the world. When we arrive at Masada, we’ll ascend by cable car and tour the mountain fortress built by King Herod, where the Zealots of the first century made their last stand against the Romans. We’ll visit the remains of the palaces and the synagogue, and see mosaic floors, water cisterns, and Roman baths. We’ll look over the magnificent vistas of the desert below. After our descent, we’ll continue to a resort in the Dead Sea where, after lunch, we can cover ourselves with the mineral-rich mud that has proven therapeutic effects and is recommended by medical doctors worldwide. We’ll leave the Dead Sea for Haifa in the late afternoon and we’ll arrive around 8 pm after a long and eventful day.

Modern Israel: Startup Nation

Israel offers more than ancient history, biblical stories, and significant religious sites. Our country stands proudly on the cutting edge of modern technology and science. Although it’s impossible to learn everything about this subject in just one day, we can learn about Israel’s significant innovation and contributions to modern science and technology. We’ll start at the visitor center of the ‘Teknion,” Israel’s Institute of Technology, for an overview of Israel’s technological achievements through the years. We’ll then drive to a nearby dairy farm for a guided tour of this 100% computerized facility where milk is produced for the Israeli dairy market and their expertise is exported worldwide. We’ll finish the day at the Eshkol reservoir and see the command center of the National Water Carrier, an amazing civil engineering project completed the 1960’s. As an alumnus of the Israel Institute of Technology and a former Electrical and Software Engineer at some of Israel’s leading firms, I’m confident I can present a clear vision of Israel as a Start Up Nation.

Natural History of the Land of Israel

The land of Israel has always been considered a paradise for nature lovers. Israel’s geological phenomena are second to none in the world and include natural craters in the Negev desert, the Jordan Valley (part of the Syrian African rift, where we find the Dead Sea – the lowest point in the world), The Judea Desert – one of the most arid spots, and less than two hundred miles away – a ski resort and water falls. Israel is situated at the intersection of three continents; half a billion migrating birds pass through the sky each spring and Israel’s unique location gives rise to a surprising number of plants and animals. We will explore some of these in a day full of activities and adventures.