Two thousand years of waiting to be restored to our homeland—two thousand years of longing, wandering, and suffering— came to an end in 1948. And sixty-five years later we still celebrate the miracle.
The connection to Israel is something that binds all denominations of Judaism together. And Jews from around the world are focused everyday on a common homeland that is the spiritual center of our faith.
On our trips we have visited ancient and modern sites including: Caesarea, Crusader city of Acre, Port city of Haifa, Bahai Shrine, Safed, Tel Dan and Banias, Tiberias, Rosh Hanikra, Jordan River, Golan Heights, Sea of Galilee, Beit Shean, Old City, Citadel Museum at David’s Tower, Cardo, Israel Museum, Yad Vashem, Mount Herzl Military Cemetery, Herodion, Judean Desert, Qumran Caves, Ein Gedi Oasis, Dead Sea, Masada, Kibbutz Yotvata, Eilat, Petra, Jordanian desert, Eilat Red Sea resort, Kibbutz Ein Gev, Independence Hall, Diaspora Museum, Palmach Museum, Neve Zedek, Old Jaffa.
Some of these sites we have visited on every trip, but we always make some changes, and we look forward to creating a new itinerary with some sites we haven’t been to previously. Many who traveled on previous trips will be returning again, which only proves that you owe it to yourself to experience what would make us yearn to return.
Each year we end Yom Kippur Neilah services and our Passover Seder by saying, L’shanah ha-ba’ah B’Yeruslayim, Next Year in Jerusalem. This year, live out the dream.
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