Here you see an overview about the public tours, created by Shalom Israel. There are many other tours, which are created as private tours and can’t be marketed or operated. The tours are coming in different settings. First of all, the tour itself is a VIP tour with the highest quality possible. Secondly, the tours can be customized and then can become even VIP Plus or a low-budget tour, as you wish.
Shalom Israel has recently received an assignment to build a new custom made tour for the general public and for international observers to show if Israel is indeed a racist country or not. This tour will receive subsidy of the customer to reduce the costs for everyone.
A beautiful tour for Catholic (also for Christian) Pilgrims, who want to celebrate Christmas in Israel. You will visit the Jerusalem, Nazareth, Bethlehem, Jericho and the surroundings of the Sea of Galilee and celebrate the actual Christmas in Bethlehem, complete with Christmas Mass, dinner and gifts.
The national parks offer an exciting cultural adventure and an opportunity to visit magnificent historical sites, including Massada (Metsada), Caesarea (Keysarya), Beit She’an, and others that a glimpse of a wide range of ancient civilizations. These sites enable visitors to understand how people lived hundreds and thousands of years ago, while getting a close view of the places where events related in the Scriptures and history books occurred. We at Shalom Israel created seven tours, which covers 26 National Parks and Reserves in Israel, from the north to the south of this small, but amazing country.
With the customization, you can transform one of the expensive tours here to a low-budget tour. For example, we’ve combined several tours together to a 8 day tour of Israel and the price went from $2,345 per person with a 30 people group to $1,439 per person … and that includes airfare from New York, US to Tel Aviv and back! The price is $860 without the airfare.
A guided tour stands and breaks with the guides. If the guide is bad, the tour is bad. If the guide is good, the tour will be good too. Some groups from Europe prefers to bring their own guide with them and that is possible. It’s for such guide free of charge and the guide even earns money.
At Shalom Israel, we create Historical and cultural, Eco-tourism and Religious tours. We create them from scratch and are typical for its focus on Israel, the highest quality and they are all customizable. With our 31 different tours at the moment and 6 additional tours in the making, we offer the tourist in Israel an unique selection of high quality tours.
Ein Avdat is a canyon in the Negev Desert of Israel, south of Kibbutz Sde Boker. Archaeological evidence shows that Ein Avdat was inhabited by Nabateans and Catholic monks. This park is part of the National Parks and Reserves Tour from Shalom Israel.
The Shivta National Park is part of the National Parks and History tour of Shalom Israel. Shivta, located in the western Negev not far from the Egyptian border at Nitsana, differs from the other Nabatean cities in the Negev in that it is not located on a main commercial route. It was also unwalled, and thus may be regarded as a large farming village.
Roman ruins, dating to the period of Shivta’s founding in the first century BCE, can be seen in the southern part of the town. Most of the remains, however, date from the Byzantine period.
In Israel you can eat in the many restaurants bad, average and excellent food … if you know where to look. The prices are expensive compared with other countries, and the food you get in restaurants and even hotels might not be one of the best (colored meat one week old and the like). But there are quality restaurants and good hotels where you can eat excellent meals. And because of the nice weather, many restaurants look as wonderful as their food is. In this article you can also read the relationship between the guides and the food.