Kurinski, Poticha Families 3 Generation Tour

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Two families and 3 generations, who visit Israel for the first time and wished to celebrate Lili's Bat Mitzvah in a unique and meaningful place. We design the itinerary to fit range of ages, different activities and combination of fun and short guiding session in order to connect the entire family to their Jewish roots and to straighten family ties.

    day 1-2

    Arrival -Negev Desert

    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. Meet your guide at the airport.

    • Tel Beer Sheva: Biblical preserved town on the edge of the Judah Tribe territory with intensive water system cistern
    • 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.

    day 3

    Dead Sea

    • Masada: The Jewish last stronghold during the Great Revolt against the Roman Empire in 73 CE. Preserved ruins of King Herod’s palace in the desert.
    • Dead Sea: The lowest place on earth (1,412 feet below sea level). Float on the salty water and enjoy the Dead Sea resort hotel facilities and lunch.
    • Good Samaritan Inn: An Ottoman travelers’ inn restored for a mosaics museum from the Byzantine period and to the story of the Samaritan community. An ancient church and courtyard display a wide range of archaeological finds to present the Parable of the Good Samaritan.

    Drive to Jerusalem

    Overnight: Harmony Hotel, Jerusalem

    day 4-5

    Jerusalem

    • The Temple Mount, the location of both First and Second Temples is the holiest site for the Jews and the direction they turn towards during prayer. The impressive structure was built 2,000 years ago by King Herold while renovating the 2nd Temple. Temple Mount is the location of Al-Aqsa Mosque (3rd holiest site for Muslim) and the Dome of the Rock.
    • Mount of Olives ridge east of the Old City of Jerusalem has a history that dates back to biblical times and has a beautiful panoramic view of the city and iconic sites.

    day 6

    Jordan Valley

    • Kaser el Yahud / Baptized Site: Where Joshua led the Israelites into the “Promised land” at the end of the Exodus from Egypt and the original site where John baptized Jesus in the Jordan River
    •  Bet Shean: The most preserved Roman City in Israel with streets, public bath, and theater
    • Gan Hashlosha: Swim and relax in the beautiful natural freshwater pools at the base of the Gilboa Mountain.
    • Mt. of Beatitudes: The “Sermon on the Mountain” is the longest continuous section of Jesus speaking found in the New Testament and includes some of the best-known teachings of Jesus.

    Overnight: Vered Hagalil

     

    day 7

    Galilee & Sea of Galilee

    • Capernaum: “The City of Christ” along the Sea of Galilee, where Jesus lived after escaping from Nazareth.
    • 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.
    • Zippori: Once the capital of the Galilee, the seat of the Sanhedrin and the place where the Mishna was completed. Beautiful mosaic floors from the Roman and Byzantine periods.

     

    day 8

    Bat Mitzvah Day, Golan Heights

    • Ceremony at Katzrin Ancient Synagogue: a restored Byzantine (Talmudic) period Jewish village in the central Golan area with a six-century synagogue.
    • Gamla: The hidden Jewish city in the Golan Heights, which rebelled against the Roman Empire during the Great Revolt in the First Century CE.
    • Golan Heights Jeep tour: Geopolitics tour along the Syrian borders with gourmet picnic lunch and kibbutz tour.
    • Mt. Bental Beautiful lookout over Syrian and the Golan Heights
    • Celebratory dinner at Magdalena Restaurant

    Overnight: Vered Hagalil

    day 9

    Along the Mediterranean Coast

    • Old Akko (Acre): Explore the ancient underground Crusader town and the Ottoman city above ground. null
    • Private yacht sail: 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

    Drive to Tel Aviv

    Overnight: White Villa Hotel, Tel Aviv

    day 10-11

    Lowland & Tel Aviv

    • Ayalon Institute: The secret bullet factory before 1948 preparing for the Independence War:
    • Beit Guvrin: The “land of 1,000 caves” a UNESCO heritage site. Explore the underground cave systems from the Hellenistic period and learn how people lived more than 2,000 years ago
    • Sarona Market, the largest indoor food market in Tel Aviv
    • Old Jaffa: An ancient port city (5,000 years old), which is the southern part of Tel Aviv-Yafo, today. Associated with the biblical stories of Jonah and Saint Peter and later became famous from its oranges.
    • Dana-Friedlander for Israeli Ministry of Tourism

    day 12-13

    Tel Aviv & Petra, Jordan

    • Free morning in Tel Aviv
    • Poticha Family: 1:30 pm – Transfer to Sde Dov Airport
      3:30 pm – Flight to Eilat
    • Pick up from Eilat Airport and transfer to the border
      Drive to Petra

    Dinner at the Hotel

    Overnight: Movenpick Hotel, Petra

     

     

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  • Arrival -Negev Desert

     

     

    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. Meet your guide at the airport.

    • Tel Beer Sheva: Biblical preserved town on the edge of the Judah Tribe territory with intensive water system cistern
    • 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.
    • Camel ride: Join a local Bedouin for a camel ride in the desert along the Ramon Crater.
    • Ramon Crater Jeep 4×4 tour. A 2-hour 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.
    • Wine tastings 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 Desert Dinner. An isolated area in the midst of the Ramon Crater. A gourmet private dinner in a wonderful setting, to be followed by Stargazing: Learn and gaze at the amazing star-filled sky with an expert.

     

    Overnight: Beresheet Hotel, Mitzpe Ramon

  • Dead Sea

  • Jerusalem

    • The Temple Mount, the location of both First and Second Temples is the holiest site for the Jews and the direction they turn towards during prayer. The impressive structure was built 2,000 years ago by King Herold while renovating the 2nd Temple. Temple Mount is the location of Al-Aqsa Mosque (3rd holiest site for Muslim) and the Dome of the Rock.
    • Mount of Olives ridge east of the Old City of Jerusalem has a history that dates back to biblical times and has a beautiful panoramic view of the city and iconic sites.
    • Yad Vashem, Holocaust memorial museum
    • Mt. Zion, visit King David Tomb and the room of the Last Supper
    • Jewish Quarter, walk through the Byzantine Cardo, the Jewish Quarter allies and rooftop
    • Christian Quarter Walk the allies of the Christian Quarter in the Old City – the bazaar and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, which is one of the holiest and most special sites in Christianity. It is the site where Jesus was crucified (Calvary), and the tomb where Jesus was buried and then resurrected.

    Overnight: Harmony Hotel, Jerusalem

  • Jordan Valley

  • Galilee & Sea of Galilee

    • Capernaum: “The City of Christ” along the Sea of Galilee, where Jesus lived after escaping from Nazareth.
    • 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.
    • Zippori: Once the capital of the Galilee, the seat of the Sanhedrin and the place where the Mishna was completed. Beautiful mosaic floors from the Roman and Byzantine periods.
    • Nazareth: Jesus’ hometown with the Basilica of the Annunciation and the old market.

    Overnight: Vered Hagalil

  • Bat Mitzvah Day, Golan Heights

  • Along the Mediterranean Coast

  • Lowland & Tel Aviv

    • Ayalon Institute: The secret bullet factory before 1948 preparing for the Independence War:
    • Beit Guvrin: The “land of 1,000 caves” a UNESCO heritage site. Explore the underground cave systems from the Hellenistic period and learn how people lived more than 2,000 years ago
    • Sarona Market, the largest indoor food market in Tel Aviv
    • Old Jaffa: An ancient port city (5,000 years old), which is the southern part of Tel Aviv-Yafo, today. Associated with the biblical stories of Jonah and Saint Peter and later became famous from its oranges.
    • Jaffa Flea Market located next to Jaffa’s picturesque Old City. It is a treasure trove of antiques, handmade and secondhand items, alongside restaurants, coffee shops, and boutique stores that make the visit a cultural experience.
    • Neve Tzedek was established in 1887, 22 years before Tel Aviv was established. It was the first Jewish neighborhood outside the overcrowded Jaffa, created by a group of families seeking a peaceful life. The neighborhood has become increasingly fashionable in recent years, as restoration works have taken place to restore it to its former glory.
    • Rothschild Boulevard was one of the first streets to be built in the city of Tel Aviv, and it is one of the most iconic streets in the city. Lined with Bauhaus buildings and located in the heart of Tel Aviv’s White City (a UNESCO World Heritage site), the boulevard forms the city’s commercial, cultural, culinary, and leisure nexus.
    • Israel Innovation Center: Learn about the new advancements of Israeli Start-Ups companies in a variety of fields, such as science, medicine, security, space, and more
    • 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: White Villa Hotel, Tel Aviv

  • Tel Aviv & Petra, Jordan

    • Free morning in Tel Aviv
    • Poticha Family: 1:30 pm – Transfer to Sde Dov Airport
      3:30 pm – Flight to Eilat
    • Pick up from Eilat Airport and transfer to the border
      Drive to Petra

    Dinner at the Hotel

    Overnight at Movenpick Hotel, Petra

    • Day tour in petra

    Transfer to the border and to Eilat Airport

    6:30 pm flight to Tel Aviv and transfer to your hotel

     

    Overnight: White Villa Hotel, Tel Aviv