Private Tours in Israel

From Exile to Redemption The Heritage of Babylonian Jewry Museum

The Babylonian Jewry Museum offers the visitors a journey through 2600 years to the most ancient and glorious heritage in the Jewish world . זhe Museum displays the Jews’ way of life, their customs, milieu and culture in Babylon, and also hosts temporary exhibitions relating to the Babylonian Jewry heritage and culture . The Museum Read more...

Literary and Theatrical Day Tours Experience Another World

Smell the aroma of paraffin stove cooking, feel the grains of sand under your feet, perspire under the Mediterranean sun, and listen to the whispers of lovers in the dark. Connect with a developing culture, with the people who used to live here. Combine the old with the new. With the help of the theater, Read more…

Celebrating Hanukkah in Safed’s Old City

The Way Inn Boutique Hotel in the Artists' Colony of Safed invites you to join us for three magical and experiential Hanukkah nights in an authentic Safed spirit. Each evening will begin with a fascinating tour of the old city alleyways in the light of Hanukkah lamps and the city's festive spirit. We will meet Read more...

The History of Israel Diamond Exchange

The Israel Diamond Exchange is a Ltd. Company, located in Ramat Gan, 5 min. From Tel Aviv, Israel. The Israeli diamond exchange is the world’s largest diamond exchange and the center of Israel’s diamond industry. The exchange is a private company that incorporates about 3100 members; these diamantaires are engaged in diamond cutting and trading Read more…

Maskit the History of the State of Israel True the fashion Story

Learn about the story of Maskit at our visitor’s center that located in Jaffa Maskit is an Israeli fashion house founded in 1954 by Ruth Dayan, wife of Moshe Dayan. It was the country's first fashion house. Maskit produces textiles, clothing, objets d’art and jewelry. For Reservation and visit The Maskit Experience Contact : +972-3-688-4004 or Read more...

Mysterious Masada

Every visitor to Israel must see Jerusalem – the cherry on the cake in Israel tours – but if you have at least one more day, why not see the icing – when you see the salt deposits at the Dead Sea you'll think of whipped cream!Combining the Dead Sea with Masada and the stunning Read more...