Land of the hermits conceals many mysteries. Trekking in one of the most beautiful gorges in Israel, filled with hermit ‘cells, monasteries and monks, the Roman aqueduct and the palaces of King Herod.
In Jerusalem, there are places where time stands still. In Mea Shearim, the atmosphere of a 200 years-old Jewish town organically coexists with the 21st century world. An excursion to one of the most interesting and incredible ultra-Orthodox neighborhoods of Jerusalem on the eve of the Atonement Day.
Three unforgettable days in beautiful Jordanians Wadies: Wadi Ghuweir, Wadi ibn Hammad, and Wadi Hudeira. Great trip for those who love trekking, wild nature and adventures.
This trip is dedicated to the most beautiful mosaics ever dug out all over the land of Israel, including the Gaza Strip, and collected in one place in ‘The Inn of the Good Samaritan’, to the peculiarities of the mosaic fabrication, as well as to the most surreal monastery of the Judea desert St. Gerasim and St.Ethimius and St.Martirius monasteries.
You have not seen Mar Saba like this. I invite you to an incredible ethno-trek in the Judean Desert at the full moon! During the night, we will learn the secrets of the seclusion of the Holy City desert, see a line of Jerusalem at the burning horizon, will rise to the highest point of the Judean Desert Mount Muntar, and meet the sunrise looking at the most beautiful monastery on the Middle East.
Unforgettable two-day trek in the waters of Wadi Hasa in Jordan will fill your life with the new meaning. Here you will learn what a real water canyon is and what the true adventure feels like.
This trip is dedicated to the most beautiful mosaics ever dug out all over the land of Israel, including the Gaza Strip, and collected in one place in ‘The Inn of the Good Samaritan’, to the peculiarities of the mosaic fabrication, as well as to the most surreal monastery of the Judea desert – St. Gerasim – and the site of the alleged baptism of Jesus Christ, Qasr el Yahud.
The active hike in one of the most beautiful water gorges of Israel We will visit the Farran Lavra, source of Prat and Mabou, go through Herod’s aqueduct and look at the windows of the Saint George monastery. Not to mention swimming in the waters of the creek Prat!
I invite to join me on the trip to the first capital of the Jews, the only city in the current Palestinian Authority, where the border between the territories C & A takes place, in fact, on the same street; a city divided between Israeli and Palestinian authorities, the city in which there are 200,000 Arabs and 600 Jews, who, despite everything, still live there, and the Jewish presence in Hebron feels stronger than in any other city in Israel.