Jewish Tours to Israel

by Linda Mark
by Linda Mark

A tour through Israel is an exciting experience you won't forget in a hurry, and many tourists find that place a center of attraction. It’s a homecoming to revisit the footstep of the ancients and walk their paths once again. There are lots of sacred sites to visit in this holy land, each of these places bearing historical record of Holy events and occurrences. In some of these sites, patriarchs were buried, in others, kings were anointed and while in other places, temples were built. Join me in this writing as we tour some of the regions inside this land.


This city is situated 32km south of Jerusalem in the hills of Judea. It happens to be the place that hosted the oldest Jewish community in the world today. History and Biblical accounts relate how Abraham, the Patriarch purchased a field used for the burial of his wife (Machpella tomb). History also has it that the field Abraham bought in Hebron became the burial ground of the Patriarchs; Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob along with the Matriarchs: Sarah, Rebecca, and Leah.

The Patriarch Abraham also first resided in Hebron after his arrival in Israel at the commandment of God. That city was also where King David was anointed over Israel where he reigned for seven years.


According to Judges 21:19, Shiloh is described as “a place which is on the north side of Bethel, on the east side of the highway that goes up from Bethel to Shechem, and on the south of Lebonah.” Shiloh has its central location within the Palestine borders, a city in Mount Ephraim. After Joshua’s led Israel into victory in his conquest, Shiloh became a robust religious center where the tribes assemble. The Tabernacle of Moses was set up there (Josh 18:1). It was at Shiloh Joshua allotted territories for the tribes (Josh 18: 2-10). Eli and his sons ministered at the House of God in Shiloh (Judges 18: 31), and God also appeared to Samuel at Shiloh (I Sam 1: 9; 3).


Jerusalem currently exists in Modern day Israel. Many consider the city as the holiest place in the world. Maybe because of the three monotheistic religions (Christianity, Islam, and Judaism) have its root in that city. While an age-long contention has been to determine who controls this city, the city has some great features you would love to explore.


The Jew Tourist would love to explore and experience the various features of the Land. based on, the city is one of the most intense places in the world for the three above listed religions. One of the unmissable features of the Old Jerusalem is its one-kilometer wall at the city center. Today, the wall happens to be the last standing structure of the Jewish temple. Therefore, it is considered by many Jews to be the most sacred place in the world today.


Taking an average tour to these cities alone is good, but better is it having someone whom knows the loops and cranny of these locations and can give a detailed account and stories in each of these regions. Meet Eli Riskin, a certified tour guide with many years’ experience.

He will show you the heart of Jewish Israel and leave you with a fulfilling tourism experience. Most of the Jewish Tours to Israel companies focus on Christian tourism. Because of this, many tour guides can’t give a detailed account of these sites, as such limit themselves to their company tour program.

Jewish Tour Israel doesn't do such, your tour guide is a Jewish native and has all required experience to leave you with a fantastic trip thrill.

With JEWISH ISRAEL TOURS, the relics and antiquities of our Jewish past come alive and meet modern Israel. With ISRAEL JEWISH TOURS, you can tour the country’s most beautiful Biblical sites, boutique wineries and hidden springs

Your Israel experience with guides rooted in their Jewish heritage will be unique and unforgettable.