Day Tours in Israel

Bar / Bat Mitzvah Tour

A Bar/Bat Mitzvah in Israel provides the young adolescence with an unbreakable link to what it means to be Jewish and the connection to Israel.  IM Israel Travel Ltd. attends to all details, from arranging the tour, choosing the best location, camera crew and catered meals, and to the smallest details, to ensure that your family has the most memorable experience.

There are many distinctive locations to celebrate a Bar/Bat Mitzvah event. Following is a partial selection of options:

• The Western Wall -  The Wall symbolizes the Jewish spirit and heritage and has always been the central focus of Jews from all over the world for the last 2,000 years.

• Davidson Center -  Private Bar/Bat Mitzvah ceremonies may be held at the Jerusalem Archeological Park alongside the Western Wall. 

• Ancient Synagogue - a uniqe experiance will be celebrating your Bar/Bat Mitzvah ceremony in a 2,000 years old Synagogue 

• Any Synagogue - around Israel can be an ideal location for celebrating, especially on the Shabbat.

• Atop Of Masada - Masada is a symbol of Israel`s self-reliance and determination that prosecution against the Jews will "never again" be committed.
Bar/Bat Mitzvah ceremonies atop Masada can be held in the remains of the Zealots` Synagogue, one of the world`s oldest synagogues.
• Safed - the mystical 16th century Jewish town where the Kabbalah started, is the perfect setting for Bar/Bat mitzvah ceremonies. According to Kabbalah, the Bar Mitzvah is a milestone in which a youngster reaches the stage of taking upon himself the obligation to fulfill the mitzvoth.

• Various National Parks -  from the south of the country all the way to the Golan Heights hold remains of synagogues dating 2,000 years back, and are a prime location to celebrate the Bar/Bat Mitzvah ceremony.

• Celebrating the event in the open - On top of the mountain or deep in the dessert for an unforgettable experience.

Sample of a Bar/Bat Mitzvah Tour: 

DAY ONE: Arrival

Land at Ben Gurion International airport and be welcomed by our representative. Drive to Jerusalem through the Judean hills; enjoy an outstanding panoramic view of Jerusalem and the Old City from the Hass Promenade   and celebrate the "sheechiyano" ceremony.

Overnight in Jerusalem

DAY TWO: Jrusalem Ancient And Old City

Visit the ancient City of David where Jerusalem started 3,000 years ago, and walk through the wet Hezekiah Tunnel up to the Davidson Archeological Park and the Western Wall on the rediscovered street from the first century BCE. Tour the Western Wall Tunnels and walk through Jerusalem's unique quarters and bazaars. 

Overnight in Jerusalem

DAY THREE: Dig Israel For A Day

Drive to Beit Govrin National Park and participate in an on-going archeological excavation. Continue with an exciting visit to the Avshalom stalactite & stalagmite cave. Visit Mini Israel in Latrun.

Evening program: enjoy the night spectacular- Sound and Light Show at the David Citadel in Jerusalem.

Overnight in Jerusalem

DAY FOUR: Commemorating The Past - Securing The Future

A guided tour through the Holocaust museum Yad Vashem and planting a tree in the Jerusalem forest.  Walk the colorful Machane Yehuda Market.  Visit the model of Jerusalem during the Second Temple period at the Israeli Museum and the  Shrine of the Book - the most ancient remains of the Jewish Bible, known as the Dead Sea Scrolls. Drive by the Israeli parliament - the Knesset, and the Supreme Court.

Evening program: Travel through 3,000 years of history in the "Time Elevator"

Overnight in Jerusalem

DAY FIVE: Down To The Lowest Place On Earth

Descend towards the lowest place in the world- The Dead Sea and the Judean Desert. Stop for an outlook of the oldest city in the world - Jericho. Climb Masada - the Jewish last stronghold in the riot against the Roman Empire during the first century and hike the Ein Gedi oasis National Park. Enjoy swimming and floating in the Dead Sea spa

Overnight in the Dead Sea

DAY SIX: Driving The Syrian African Rift And The Jordan Valley

Drive north along the Jordan valley to tour Beit She'an - the Roman town and the ancient synagogue of Beit Alfa. Visit the Australian Park and swim at the National Park of Gan Hashlosha.

Overnight in the Hula Valley

DAY SEVEN: Tel Dan And The Golan Heights

Hike through the beautiful National Park of Tel Dan and climb the Golan Heights by a 4x4 vehicle to Mount Bental for an overlook of the Golan and Syria. Follow the tracks of the IDF soldiers in the Six Days War and the Yom Kippur War. Tour a boutique chocolate factory and visit Katzrin Talmudic Park. Enjoy an outstanding view of the Sea of Galilee on the way back.

Overnight in the Hula Valley

DAY EIGHT: Miysticism, Kabbala And The Jordan River

Tour the Hula Valley on a bicycle and continue for a White Water Rafting in the Jordan River. Explore Safed- the mystical and Kabala city since the late 16 century and stroll through its art galleries and shops. End the day with a horseback riding at the Bat-Ya'ar Ranch.

Overnight in the Hula Valley

DAY NINE: Along The Coast

Drive along the northern road in Israel crossing the Upper Galilee Region for an outlook at the Montfort Crusader fortress. Continue to Rosh Hanikra Grottos and to Haifa for an overview of the beautiful Baha'i Gardens and the German Colony. Visit the Israeli Navy Museum and continue to tour Caesarea - the Roman capital city during the Second Temple period.

Overnight in Tel Aviv

DAY TEN: Tel Aviv The City That Never Sleeps

Drive to the Ayalon Institute- the bullet-producing factory before 1948, and continue to Holon's Children Museum. Tour Old Jaffa and visit the famous Rothschild Boulevard and the Independence Hall. Visit the Palmach Museum and stroll in the new Tel Aviv port area.

Overnight in Tel Aviv

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