Bieber Family, Fully Active Experience

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Michael and Michelle Bieber with their 3 teenage young adults, returns back to Israel after 3 years since they traveled here. Being a very active family they asked us to design a totally active experience and exploring new places and activities they skip last time. We took all the above information plus the heat in August and accordingly had a great experience with lots of activities, fun and places to escape the heat

    • Tel Aviv

      Dana Friedlander for Israeli ministry of Tourism

    day 1

    Arrival - Tel Aviv

    Once you landed at Ben Gurion Airport, our representative will be waiting for you at the airplane gate with your name on a sign. They will assist you through passport control, customs, and luggage area and drive you to your hotel in Tel Aviv

     

    Overnight in Tel Aviv

    • Dafna Tal for Israeli Ministry of Tourism

    day 2-4

    Negev Desert

    • Tel Beer Sheva: Biblical preserved town on the edge of the Judah Tribe territory with intensive water system cistern
    • Israeli Air Force Museum located near Be’er Sheva in the Negev Desert displays a variety of Israeli Air Force and foreign aircraft, as well as anti-aircraft weapons.
    • Avdat: Impressive remains of an ancient Nabatean city, which was the most important city on the “Incense Route” after Petra, Jordan
    • Horseback riding in the Desert. A slow-paced and breathtaking ride that starts at the Alpaca farm and continues to the rim of the Ramon Carter on quiet trails in the peaceful desert hills.

    day 5

    Negev and Gaza Area

    • Ben Gurion Tomb: The grave of David Ben-Gurion, who declared the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948 and became its first prime minister, overlooks a breathtaking view of the Tsin canyon. Ben Gurion believed that the future of the Jewish nation will be determined in the Negev Desert and became a member of kibbutz Sde Boker.
    • Ein Avdat: Beautiful nature hike in the Negev Desert. Walk the Tzin river canyon with ladder climbing-optional.

     

    day 6

    Tel Aviv

    • Independence Hall the house of Tel Aviv’s first mayor, Meir Dizengoff, was turned into the first art museum in Tel Aviv.  On May 14, 1948, David Ben-Gurion and the Provisional Council met at the museum and declared Israel’s Independence—eight hours before the termination of the British Mandate in what was then Palestine.
    • Carmel Market Culinary workshop. The Carmel market is the most famous of all Tel Aviv’s open marketplaces for its variety of fruits, vegetables, cheeses, and meat.  In recent years it has become a trendy spot for bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and chef-owned food stalls. Tour and make your own meal.

     

    day 7

    Akko Private sailing and swim with Dinner

    Meet Dorit and Maoz on their beautiful sailboat, the “Manyana”, and join them for a private yacht sail on the Mediterranean Sea with delicious food and beverage onboard including dinner

    Overnight in Rosh Pina

    day 8

    Golan heights

    A whole day rappelling and swimming in the Black Canyon of the Zavitan River

    Overnight in Rosh Pina

    day 9

    Galilee

    • ATV Ride in the Upper Galilee Mountain offers a variety of off-road self-driving vehicles in the Ramot Naftali mountain range, giving you a beautiful lookout over the Hula Valley, the Golan Heights, and Mount Hermon. (A driver’s license is required.)
    • Safed, stroll along the picturesque alleys of Safed and the artist colony, learn about Jewish philosophy mysticism and Kabbalah.
    • Druze cooking workshop. Participate in preparing an authentic Druze meal at a Druze family home, while learning about the community and their lifestyle.

    Overnight in Rosh Pina

    day 10

    Bet Shean Valley

    • Majrase River walks. Daliyot stream flows down from the Golan into the Sea of Galilee. The “wet route” option is about 1 km of walking and swimming through the stream, suitable for a hot day, especially in the summer
    • Belvoir Fortress: South of the Sea of Galilee, location of the 12th Century best-preserved Hospitallery- Crusader fortress in Israel above the Jordan Valley
    • Bet Shean: The most preserved Roman City in Israel with streets, public bath, and theater
    • Bet Alfa: the Preserved mosaic floor of a 5th-century synagogue built in the shape of a Basilica
      Overnight in Tel Aviv

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  • Arrival - Tel Aviv

  • Negev Desert

    • Tel Beer Sheva: Biblical preserved town on the edge of the Judah Tribe territory with intensive water system cistern
    • Israeli Air Force Museum located near Be’er Sheva in the Negev Desert displays a variety of Israeli Air Force and foreign aircraft, as well as anti-aircraft weapons.
    • Avdat: Impressive remains of an ancient Nabatean city, which was the most important city on the “Incense Route” after Petra, Jordan
    • Horseback riding in the Desert. A slow-paced and breathtaking ride that starts at the Alpaca farm and continues to the rim of the Ramon Carter on quiet trails in the peaceful desert hills.
    • Camel ride: Join a local Bedouin for a camel ride in the desert along the Ramon Crater with Bedouin Hospitality
    • Ramon Visitor Center: Dedicated to the Ramon Crater geological phenomenon and to Ilan Ramon-Israel, the first astronaut to die in the fatal mission of the Columbia space
    • Wine tasting in the desert: The amazing story of Eran, who followed his life dream and established an isolated winery in the desert against all odds
    • Special Dinner in the Desert An isolated area in the midst of the Ramon Crater. A gourmet private dinner in a wonderful setting, to be followed by stargazing.
    • Star Gazing: Activity that can only take place at the desert- Learn and gaze at the amazing star-filled sky with an expert.
    • Rappelling down the Crater Descend the cliffs of the Ramon Crater guided by experienced, professional guides in a fun, exhilarating, and safe way that is suitable for the whole family.
    • Desert Jeep tour Experience & Bedouin hospitality & lunch. Two hours introductory tour to the biggest erosion crater (“Makhtesh”) in the world, a geological phenomenon that can be found only in Israel. An amazing experience with scenery that can be reached by 4×4 vehicles only. Visit a Bedouin village and enjoy an authentic lunch.
    • Sand Dune surfing. Slide down the Negev dunes, where anyone can be a surfer and no experience is needed.

    Overnight in Mitzpe Ramon

  • Negev and Gaza Area

    • Ben Gurion Tomb: The grave of David Ben-Gurion, who declared the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948 and became its first prime minister, overlooks a breathtaking view of the Tsin canyon. Ben Gurion believed that the future of the Jewish nation will be determined in the Negev Desert and became a member of kibbutz Sde Boker.
    • Ein Avdat: Beautiful nature hike in the Negev Desert. Walk the Tzin river canyon with ladder climbing-optional.
    • Gaza Lookout & Path to Peace project. Path to Peace is a joint mosaic creation decorating the border wall that separates the Gaza Strip from Moshav Netiv HaAsara. Meet the local residents and learn about life in the moshav in the shadow of the ongoing security situation.

    Overnight in Tel Aviv

  • Tel Aviv

    • Independence Hall the house of Tel Aviv’s first mayor, Meir Dizengoff, was turned into the first art museum in Tel Aviv.  On May 14, 1948, David Ben-Gurion and the Provisional Council met at the museum and declared Israel’s Independence—eight hours before the termination of the British Mandate in what was then Palestine.
    • Carmel Market Culinary workshop. The Carmel market is the most famous of all Tel Aviv’s open marketplaces for its variety of fruits, vegetables, cheeses, and meat.  In recent years it has become a trendy spot for bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and chef-owned food stalls. Tour and make your own meal.
    • Graffiti Tour explore southern Tel Aviv’s fascinating urban art scene, learn to identify different forms of street art, and hear stories about the artwork, the artists, and the neighborhood.

    Overnight in Tel Aviv

  • Akko Private sailing and swim with Dinner

  • Golan heights

  • Galilee

  • Bet Shean Valley