The world is not as travel-friendly as it used to be. I’ve had experience with various formats of virtual tours, mostly via Zoom. Here’s an example virtual tour about the city lines of Jerusalem. I’m happy to develop virtual tours on topics and sites that would be meaningful for your family or group – both in Israel and abroad. To involve loved-ones who are unable to participate physically in a Bat/Bar Mitzva celebration (or other special event), consider a virtual tour that combines pre-recorded photos and videos as well as live interaction. Imagine your son or daughter actually guiding in the field after proper study and preparation. The whole experience can be saved on video for future generations. Contact me for further information.
Tours and tour packages made just for you
Join with other English-speakers in eye-opening tours at prearranged times and places, mostly in and around Jerusalem.
Thematic tours of Jerusalem (Old City Walls and Gates; Divided Jerusalem 1948-67); Herodion; The City of David, including Hezekiah’s Tunnel; The Temple Mount and the Davidson Center archaeological park; Highlights of the Israel Museum; “The Palm Sunday Path”; Where David slew Goliath: Tel Azeka and HaEla Valley.
Jerusalem Old City; Jerusalem New City; Tel Aviv: from Old Jaffa through Neve Tzedek; Ancient Caesarea and the delightful Zichron Yaakov; the caves of Maresha and Bet Guvrin; Key sites on the ascent to Jerusalem from 1948 – including Latrun and the new museum at Sha’ar Hagai; Masada and the Dead Sea; Western Negev…
The Kinneret (Sea of Galilee) and environs; the Western Galilee (Acco, Haifa, and so on); the Dead Sea area; hiking in the northern Negev… or an extended trip of seven, 10 or 12 days – or more, touching on the multi-layered history and beauty of the country.