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.
This Food and Wine tour was intense. I can’t find another word to express myself better. I learned loads, and the food made me connect with so many people from so many backgrounds and cultures. I made so many additional friends, and our relationship goes now so much better then normal. It was not that I met those people, but I shared something with them and that’s connecting us.
The most beautiful hotel in Israel is without any doubt the Jacir Palace Hotel in Bethlehem. It’s built originally in 1910, but modernized in the year 2000 to what it is today.
Part 4 and the last part about the impression of the Culture and History tour of Israel. You learn more running this tour then years at school. That is valid for everyone, Jew, Arab, Muslim and Christian or anyone else.
The Food and Wine tours are the most unique tours created and in existence in Israel; it’s a master-product. The people in the tour not only will meat the members of the many cultures in Israel, they will taste their cuisine and see how they live and be integrated in Israel. You can literally ‘taste’ the history. You learn more about Israel in this tour then 10 years of study.
What makes Israel so interesting for any tourist? Because of it’s 10,000 year history, the many civilizations gone or merged, the many religions who claim the country as their own, it’s rough unspoiled nature of jungle, desert and snow, water paradise and hiking heaven, dynamic and ancient cities, it’s heavenly food and friendly people.