Bar / Bat Mitzvah Trip to Israel

For many Jewish parents and grandparents, a Bar/Bat Mitzvah in Israel gives the young boy or girl an unbreakable link with what it means to be a Jew. When taking this tour together, members of the family can positively influence the children’s attachment to their heritage as they experience together the phenomenal renaissance of their ancient homeland. This celebration creates treasured memories and promises to be a highlight in one’s life.Bar Mitzvah Tour

As you're planning your child’s Bar/Bat Mitzvah, I'd like to offer you an unforgettable and unique event in Israel, combining a spectacular tour with special locations surrounding the celebrations, specially crafted for you by me based on your interests. These tour plans are suitable for all ages, including siblings, grandparents and other family members. It is one of the most desirable gifts to give to your entire family.

As your guide, I can offer you two main options for this celebration:

  1. A private tour – includes your family and friends. In order to learn about its advantages, please look at the private family tours.
  2. A tour with other Bar/Bat Mitzvah children and their families. This option is both economical and gives your child the chance to make new friends of the same age and fields of interest while you get to know their families. If you want to know more information about this option, please contact me.

The journey schedule is suitable for families while emphasizing children’s needs and includes fun activities, such as rafting on the Jordan River, archeological excavations in caves, jeep rides and many more. We will have a moving ceremony, immersed in history and embraced by generations of Jewish tradition with an Aliyah LeTorah on top of the awe-inspiring Masada. This will be followed by a dinner party with music, dancing and surprises.

"The Land of Israel is not an external object or a superficial possession for the nation. The Land of Israel is a powerful unit which is fused to the nation with the bond of life."
Rabbi Avraham Yitzchak HaCohen Kook (1865-1935)

 

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