With our expertise and your interests, we will tailor make your personal adventure through Israel. Bike, hike, sail, trek, surf, rappel, climb, paraglide, swim, raft, dive or whatever it is you want to do.
The possibilities are almost limitless. These are just a few options that await the adventurer in you.
Mountain Biking in the Negev
Want a little more action? Hit the mountain biking trails, again with our support team in tow. Bike down the great Gilboa Mountain Range, the same place where King Saul made his last stand against the Philistines. Or climb Mt. Tabor and bike the trails along its summit with a spectacular view of the Jezreel Valley below. It is not just a biking adventure but a journey through the pages of the Bible.
Hiking through the trenches of '48
Visit Israel in a way you never seen before: Off the beaten track. Many options are available to you. Hike in the footsteps of the Israel Defense Forces, Crusading nights, Saladin's warriors or the conquering Israelite soldiers.
Glamping is camping in comfort and style. Choose from dozens of incredible locations and enjoy spacious tents & quality mattresses with white bedding, an elegant relaxation area with resting cushions, coffee tables and candle lamps, an under-the-stars dining table, a hot shower & restroom and a camp fire area with chopped wood, arm-chairs & mats. Whether its just your family or a large group on a Bar Mitzvah tour, we'll bring help you get close to nature without sacrificig all your creature comforts.
Jeep Tour in Ramon Crater
Take a three day off road excursion through the wilderness of the Negev Desert. Wander the land where the Patriarchs roamed only we will by using a brand new LandCruiser or Landrover. Our guide will take you on spectacular hikes with breathtaking views from dusk to dawn. You will be accompanied by a support team who will prepare your meals and tell you local legends by the campfire under the desert night sky.
Camel ride at sunset to the middle of nowhere...and appreciate the beauty of the Negev Desert where Abraham, patriarchs and prophets once roamed.
Sleep at a Bedouin camp under the stars, at a lamb roast with lute playing musicians before catching a few zzz's and waking before dawn to hike to the top of King Herod's famed mountaintop fortress overlooking the Dead Sea and Mountains of Moab to experience the Dawn at Masada.
Dawn at Masada
After the spectacular sunrise explore King Herod's massive fortress and hike into ancient water cistern's, to Roman Camps, rebel strongholds, ancient bathhouses and palaces all as the famous story of Masada unfolds.
You'll descend a canyon into a running stream filled with crystal clear mountain water. Many plants mentioned in the bible bless the area: grapevine, date palms, myrtle and figs to mention a few. The canyon is lush with green and a smattering of pink thanks to the wild oleander growing throughout the banks of the running stream. At the bottom of the trail you'll notice a sudden change in our surroundings. We'll quickly move from the hot, arid and scorching climate on the Golan plain to the shaded, misty, jungle-like vegetation of the canyon. We'll navigate through the stream walking through the water or balancing ourselves on the many rocks and logs throughout the track. At this point we reach the first large pool beneath a picturesque waterfall. Locals like to rappel down the cliff side or scale the rock and jump off into the clear mountain pool of cool refreshing water. We'll slosh our way to the next descent, down the rocks and boulders and into another pool swimming our way to the other side as the eagles and vultures soar overhead.
For the more daring among you there is an option to continue down the trail for more cliffs, swimming and challenging hikes through Nahal Yehudiya for an additional 3 hours of fun until you can't feel your legs. Next stop - the famous 30 foot waterfall of Nahal Yehudiya. Watch the locals jump off the cliff. We'll climb down the sturdy ladder made out of metal cable, and swim through the canyon stream before soaking in the sun on a giant boulder in the middle of the water and having a relaxing snack. After our rest its back to the hike, partly on dry land partly not so dry until we make our ascent up the steep basalt slope resting under the few trees that dot the Golan landscape, before reaching our starting point.
Hiking Break - Jezreel Valley
Explore the Jezreel Valley, also known as the Valley of Armegeddon, by foot, by glider or by hot air balloon. Perhaps you'd like to do all three?
Off Road in the Galilee
Winter and spring in the Galilee brings this mountainous region to life. Multi colored fields of wildflowers, hopping gazelles, curious foxes and flowing streams and waterfalls turn this region of Israel into a hikers or off road enthusiast paradise.
What better way to learn how to surf than in the Mediteranean Sea on the beaches of one of the hippest cities on the planet? Tel Aviv awaits. Explore this incredible city by day and by night. You are in for an adventure.
Rappelling at the Rammon Crater
Check out Israel's very own "Grand canyon" by foot, jeep or just scale down the side on a rope!
Red-Med Dive Safari
Stunning marine life, unique sunken ancient ruins, ship wrecks…. From the well preserved natural beauty of the Red Sea, to the Mediterranean – the ancient world’s super highway, there is something for all diving tastes in Israel. Israel is blessed by having access to two very different seas – the Red Sea in the South and the Mediterranean to the West. The Red Sea offers diving in one of the world’s best coral reef environments visited by more than 1200 species of fish, dolphins, reef sharks, sea turtles and other marine species. In addition to its stunning marine life, the Mediterranean also offers treasures such as the Underwater Museum of Caesaria where you can dive amongst the ruins of Herod’s ancient harbor.