Getting around & hiking in Israel like a local with a local

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hey Guys :-) The best way to get around Israel like a local is to travel with a local who can show you around and give you an authentic experience. I will take you to places that are off the beaten path and introduce you to the local culture and customs. I was born and raised in Israel, I love the country but worry a lot. We will visit the most important places, talk to people and also go hiking in the beautiful nature. I tried to keep my trip easy, with light luggage. Isreal is known for being diverse... More than half of the country is covered by desert, the largest of which is the Negev. About 20 percent of the area is used as fields for agriculture. Only a small part of the country is forest. Only a small part of Israel is mountainous. From green and forested mountains to exotic desert springs, Israel has lots of natural beauty that every local and every visitor should take a look to, and that is what we are doing! Key points for you: 1. The trip that I organize is very inexpensive. It means less comfort. Shared rooms or bathrooms, hostels. 2. Travel light. Do not carry more than one small bag with you. It makes the Journey easier. We will carry our bags with us. 3. Small groups. 4. No Guaranty! I am arranging the whole trip, sometimes I have to book rooms or flights in advance. As I am a private Person, the rule for me, is also the rule for you. I will ask you to fill a form that in any case, you are responsible for yourself. 5. Please insure yourself! You can also insure your flights. We will have fun! So, to summarise, what is included in the price? - Accommodation: Overnight in simple places, private hosts. - TripLeader fee What is not included: - The cost of transportation and food will be divided by all of us. Are you ready to join my trip? Feel free to send me a message.
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Day 1-3
The north of Israel is a picturesque and diverse region, known for its stunning landscapes, rich history, and cultural heritage. Visitors can explore ancient ruins, such as the Roman city of Caesarea and the Crusader fortress at Acre, or take in the natural beauty of the Sea of Galilee and the Golan Heights. The area is also home to several religious sites, including the Church of the Annunciation in Nazareth and the Mount of Beatitudes, where Jesus is believed to have delivered the Sermon on the Mount. Additionally, the north is known for its delicious local cuisine and wine production. Overall, the north of Israel offers a unique blend of history, culture, and nature for tourists to explore and enjoy. Day 1 & 2: Let's get lost in the sights, sounds and smells of our authentic markets, the Jewish Heritage, from Abraham to the present. In the evening we don't want to skimp because there is a special restaurant in Akko, we have to go there. (Uri Buri, Dinner for two, including drinks, around 300-400 NIS not included) - See the breathtaking views of the majestic Old City of Akko and Montfort. Visit the lively port bustling with food and entertainment. Day 2: Hike- Trekk at Nahal-Kziv-Naturreservat Accommodation: The Grape House, Acre


Day 3-5
Tours in Old Safed, a city of the Kabbalists located in the heart of the Galilee, give us an opening to the impressive history of one of the four holy cities in the Jewish religion, and the changes it has undergone over the years. Old Safed reached its peak in the 16th century against the background of the prosperity brought with it by the textile industry. Along with the economic prosperity in ancient Safed, the occult doctrine - the Kabbalah - grew, by the great men of the generation, led by the holy Ari, Rabbi Moshe Cordovro and Rabbi Yosef Caro (author of the Shulchan Aruch). Something of the mystery, learning and spirit remains to this day in the alleys of old Safed from which a wonderful view of Mount Miron can be seen, and the tours include both the ancient places found in the Jewish quarter of old Safed, and the picturesque alleys and the artists' quarter that have developed in recent years. The special atmosphere of Safed touches everyone who visits it. The beauty of Mount Miron seen from it, the picturesque alleys, the combination of the different communities. Alongside the ultra-Orthodox community and the beautiful synagogues you will also find artisans and craftsmen, restaurants, cheese makers and wineries and of course plenty of stories and legends. All these make the tour of Old Safed an unforgettable spiritual, authentic, artistic and culinary experience. This is one of the most beautiful and enjoyable sections of the Israel Trail - with flowing water, bathing options and tall trees. The length of the track is about 14 km. Recommended season is possible all year round, but not after rain when the path is muddy. Recommended in weather suitable for bathing in water. The last part is mostly exposed to the sun and is less suitable on a very hot day. Therefore, in the summer it is recommended to follow a shortened route that focuses on the sections where there is water - between Miron and the Shkoi pools or the Chois bush.


Day 5-7
Jerusalem is a historic and holy city located in the Middle East. It is considered a sacred site for three major religions: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. The city is home to many important religious sites such as the Western Wall, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, and the Dome of the Rock. Jerusalem is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is known for its rich history and cultural heritage. Visitors can explore the Old City, visit museums and art galleries, and experience the local markets and street food. It is a must-see destination for anyone interested in religion, history, and culture. We prefer to let professional guides lead our tour in Jerusalem, it would be a shame to miss the story. Also included is a visit to Makhne yehuda Market, Wailing Wall, Old and New Stat. Of course, I will design the trip according to your wishes, if possible... Please note that on Sundays and Thursdays during the day, you will spend time without me. - Visit at the Dead Sea. We will start early in the morning. - Die Via Dolorosa free walking tour (3.5h) - Free walking tour Jerusalem (2.5h) - Our Guidebook To Wadi Qelt (Ein Prat) Will Take You To All The Springs, Pools, And Monasteries Along The Canyon. The Guide Is Accompanied By Detailed Maps And A Full Day Hike Section.

Tel Aviv-Jaffa

Day 7-9
Tel Aviv-Jaffa is a bustling coastal city in Israel, known for its vibrant culture, rich history, and lively nightlife. The city is home to a variety of museums, art galleries, and historic sites, including the ancient port of Jaffa and the Bauhaus architecture in the White City. Visitors can also enjoy the city's beaches, shops, and restaurants, and explore the bustling Carmel Market. Tel Aviv-Jaffa is a great destination for those interested in history, culture, and urban exploration. Day 1 & 2: - Bauhaus-Tour Tel Aviv (Audio-guide) - Free Tour of Tel Aviv‘s Old Jaffa - Graffiti-Tour (optional) - Premium Vegan Culinary Tour - Market Tours (Jaffa Flea Market, Carmel Market) - relaxing at the beach. Accommodation: WOM Beach - a member of Brown Hotels. Located in Tel Aviv, a 4-minute walk from Charles Clore Beach
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