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We are off to one of the most beautiful deserts of the Middle East – Wadi Rum. Despite its geographic proximity to Israel, landscapes of Wadi Rum are incomparable to the Negev or the Judean desert or, to be fair, to any other desert in the world. Two days and 20 km of trekking and the unforgettable experiences are waiting for us.

You will learn who the Nabataeans were, who built the famous Treasury and what mysteries one of the Wonders of the World holds within itself . We will hike the most beautiful routes of the National Reserve, through the Treasury, Amphitheater , we will go up to the Monasteryand look at Israel from the “End of the world”.

The most incredible monastery of the Judean Desert, if not the entire Middle East. Over a thousand years the most incredible stories, discoveries and miracles happened here, behind the thick stone walls.

The most incredible monastery of the Judean Desert, if not the entire Middle East. Over a thousand years the most incredible stories, discoveries and miracles happened here, behind the thick stone walls.

One of the most sophisticated trip to Samaria mountains awaits you: ancient history combined with amazing wines make a perfect pairing!

I invite you to spend a festive evening of the fifths candle lighting in the photo-master class at the Mea Shearim neighborhood – one of the most interesting places in Israel, also loved by photographers all over the world. Of course, in addition to the main purpose of our visit – shooting holiday lights – you’ll learn a lot about the life of the country’s most orthodox quarter, look into its windows and see what the Hanukkah in Mea Shearim is.

12 kilometers hike through Gush Etzion, the famous Israeli wine making region and the heart of the Biblical Israel. We invite you to join our trek, full of history and ancient atmosphere.

This journey will be dedicated to the most prominent region of Israel biblical archeology – Samaria.

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.