You decide what you want, such as a little known Crusader fortress, a place where distinctive mosaics are made, or a place where you can see how honey is delivered from bee to jar.
Gilboa, Israel (PRWEB) May 16, 2017
Are you a repeat visitor to Israel? Have you “been there, done that” and visited Israel's 'must see' places"? For repeat travelers to Eretz Israel it may be time to contemplate a different tour of Israel, and seek out something more off the beaten path. Gems in Israel offers customized private tours of Israel's lesser known places -- the Gems. They provide tours through an exclusive network of Israeli tour guides. The tours are tailored to clients' needs based on the season, special areas of interest, and the makeup of the party (young, old, or both).
Yael Adar, Founder of Gems in Israel said, “You decide what you want, such as a little known Crusader fortress, a place where distinctive mosaics are made, or a place where you can see how honey is delivered from bee to jar. There is even a site where converts from Christianity lived and worked together. Gems in Israel will create a unique itinerary showcasing Israel’s off-the-beaten-path.”
In addition to tours based on Israel's lesser known Gems, Gems in Israel can also incorporate into your itinerary specialty tours lasting several hours including; Culinary Tours (and workshops), a Bauhaus Architecture Tour, Wine Tours, Agriculture Tour, Graffiti Tour, and more.
For those traveling with children, Treasure Hunts are available at various locations to keep youngsters busy.
Gems in Israel (http://www.GemsinIsrael.com) is part of Travel and Events in Israel (http://www.TravelandEventsinIsrael.com), and provides specialty experiences for couples, families and groups. Gems in Israel's itineraries typically range from 3-14 days.
Gems in Israel specializes in custom private tours of Israel and Israel's lesser-known tourist attractions, the Gems. There is a Hebrew saying "pnina shel makom," which literally translated means "a pearl of a place," loosely translated this is a "gem of a place," which is how we got our name.