The Seder is a Jewish ceremony conducted on the first evening of Passover. Here’s some information about the way the Jewish people celebrate the Exudes and the transition from slavery in Egypt to free people in Kna’an (Israel).
The Golan Heights is one of the most beautiful places in Israel. It has the highest mountains in Israel and you could learn a lot about the history between Syria and Israel. Here are several places you could go that would make you enjoy your weekend in the northern part of Israel.
The Negev is the most unpopulated area in Israel but is filled with top-notch attractions. If you go to the Negev you’ll see one of the most beautiful deserts in the middle east. Here are several things you could do in the Negev.
How do they celebrate the Purim holiday in Israel? Here are several common Purim customs in Israel that might teach us how to celebrate the most festive Jewish holiday.
A gathering for Shakshuka at Meet at the Mountain backpacker hostel for Israeli Travelers – Dror the Explorer gave us a great Shakshuka recipe and made it. It was delicious! Shakshuka recipe below. The Yesh staff have invertedly hired a Chef! Dror and I had just met the new owners of ‘Meet at the Mountain‘ […]
The Megillah The Scroll of Esther (megillah means “scroll” in Hebrew) is one of the five megillahs that are included in the biblical canon. These books are all relatively short and are part of Ketuvim (the Writings portion of the Torah that comes after the Pentateuch and the Prophets). They are The Song of Songs (Shir HaShirim), Ruth, Lamentations (Eicha), Ecclesiastes (Kohelet) and Esther.
What does the Bible say about hospitality? Here are some Verses with a short explanation that might connect between hosting Israeli travelers, the Bible, and yourselves. We encourage you to keep an open mind and judge people for the best. We chose special verses that involve other Biblical principles in them and not just order us to do something.
Every year, almost half a million Israeli travelers and Israeli tourists visit the USA. Some of them visit the east and the west coasts. Some get in a car and go for a road trip that includes every corner. There are many Israeli backpackers that come all the way from south and central America right […]
Hospitality finds its roots in our nation’s founder and spreads deep into our culture. Hosting Israeli Travelers is in our DNA. Join us as we explore the Jewish roots of Hospitality.
Israel isn’t a continent. People mostly think that Israel is a part of Europe but that’s not true. Others feel that Israel is a part of Africa bu that’s not true either. In a matter of fact, Israel is a part of Asia. That brings up other questions to be answered – why does Israeli participate in European competitions?