There are many wonderful
locations to celebrate a Bar Mitzvah, the most popular being the Kotel,
Massada and in ancient synagogues.
Bar Mitzvah services
can take place on a Monday, Thursday, on Shabbat or Rosh Chodesh -the
start of a new Hebrew month.
Bat Mitzvah services
can be held in many beautiful historical sites such as Massada, the
Southern Wall or for a truly spiritual experience at the Kever Rachel.
In each case a local
Rabbi will need to be consulted as the portion of the Torah can sometimes
differ in the Diaspora from that read in Israel.
To find out more
about the ceremonies and celebration afterwards contact
us or continue reading...
After the Simcha,
relax by taking a few days off to tour some of the magnificent sites
of Israel. Israel is a small country and you can see a lot in just a
In the south, you
can visit the wild beauty of the Negev Desert, float in the Dead Sea,
take a jeep ride into the spectacular Ramon Crater or visit the extraordinary
alpaca farm, a wonderful place for both children and adults.
In the north there
is the Galilee, Tiberias and Zefat offering an amazing variety of sites
to suit all ages and interests.
We can organise
anything from nature walks to archaeological digs, lunch on a wooden
sailing boat on Lake Kinneret or a middle-eastern feast in a Bedouin
tent or for a real "hands on experience" -try pressing your own olive
oil or baking some pita over a taboon oven. Anything is possible.
Seeing, and feeling
the ancient land and the modern State of Israel is the greatest way
to bring our biblical and cultural heritage alive.
Whatever your requirements,
we can tailor make it -especially for you.