This set of tours can be considered a culture tour, and it is, well, part of it. The focus on the tour is food and wine, and that’s related to the cultures living in the Israel. And there are many cultures living side by side in peace and pleasure. If you are looking to the details of this tour, click here. If you want to read about how this tour goes, and get real impressions about it, click here. If you want to know how much it cost, click here for the price list!
Did you ever eat a real Russian dinner? The table is groaning of all the different dishes and the weight of the heavenly food in the form of salads, fish, meat and so much more!
Or did you ever sat on a table with traditional Palestinian cuisine? That table is groaning too because of its weight of all the wonderful smelling dishes!
What about the Druze community and their traditional food?
And what about the default Middle Eastern cuisine and the feasts they like to organize for you?
And what about the wine?
What about Arab wines?
This set of tours not only let you join such meals and drink the wine of the Middle East in Israel, but it will show you where and how the people from those many cultures are living, and in order to know their culture, you need to taste it!
You will eat, drink and feast at wineries, restaurants, homes, in tents, on the streets, on the markets and anywhere else where we can find the food. We find the food with the Russian communities, the Ukrainians, the Chinese (yes, they are big too in Israel), the Thai restaurants, the Arabs, the Druze, the Palestinians, the Bedouins, the Israelis and much more. Traditional and modern food, mixed together in amazing environments, eating in the middle of the desert or fancy restaurants in Jerusalem, eating under the night sky, looking out over the wilderness beneath you, looking (and joining) the cooks of dozen cultures, busy preparing your food, tasting the many kinds of wine and looking how they create them, the experience for a lifetime.
And of course, let’s not forget the sweets, the cakes, the snacks, sweet tasting heavenly goodies of dozens of cultures, originating thousands of years ago.
We will visit the Golan Heights and Sea of Galilee, Acre, Haifa, Caesarea, Tel Aviv-Jaffa, Jerusalem (old and new), Negev, Masada, Ein Gedi and Eilat looking for food, wine, sweets, cakes, feasts. You will meet the people living there and you will share their feasts and meals.
And not only that, during our quest for culinary pleasures, we will see and experience Talmudic village of Katsrin, Eden Water Mineral Water Plant, Katsrin’s winery, Druze villages of Buk’ata and Mas’ade, Hula Valley, Sea of Galilee, St. Peter’s (tilapia), Hula Nature Reserve, Oforia, Rosh Pina, chocolate factory, Safed (Tzefat), Hameiri Dairy, Tsipori National Park (Zippori), Moshav Tsipori, Acre, Knights Halls, Al-Jazaar Mosque, Old City, Haifa, German Templer Colony, , Baha’i Gardens, Carmel National Park, Zikhron Ya’akov, Caesarea, Tel Aviv, Carmel Market, Rothschild Boulevard, Tel Aviv Port, Jaffa, Yefet Street, fishermen’s port, Neve Tsedek, Jerusalem, Tower of David Museum, Jaffa Gate, Jewish Quarter, Broad Wall, Ariel, Herodian Mansions, Western Wall, Southern Wall Excavations, Multimedia Davidson Center, Old City markets, Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial, Children’s Memorial, Hall of Remembrance, Knesset, Supreme Court building, Israel Museum, Dead Sea Scrolls, Mahane Yehuda, Eshtaol Forest, Tel Zor’a, Elah Valley, Tel Maresha, Beit Govrin National Park, Arad, Nokdim Farm, Drejat, Masada, Ein Gedi National Park, Eilat, Negev, Nabatean city of Avdat, Mitspe Ramon, Ramon Crater, Netafim Canyon, Red Canyon, Mount Tsefahot, Coral Beach Nature Reserve, underwater observatory, swimming with the dolphins, bird-watching and camel-riding!
I can guarantee you, not many native Israelis have experienced such treasure of food and wine and ice-creams, cakes, sweets and much more.