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Dear friends,

We would like to share with you the basic itinerary and costs of the Israel Tour 2019.
Please take into account that this travel is not simply a touristic trip but an educational mission,  an exploration of the Land of Israel and its many facets, religions, cultures, politics and social strata.
The main points of attraction have been carefully selected, accompanied by specialized guides in each region, and lectures by experts.
Meetings are also planned with personalities of the first level, which will allow us to know the Holy Land a little more in depth, off the beaten track.  These types of meetings and lectures would never be included in any touristic holiday.
We have chosen and are dealing with a top-notch well-established travel agency with offices in Jerusalem that comes highly recommended.
We have tried to reduce costs, maintaining the best quality possible, taking into account the high costs in the country.
This will be absolutely fascinating! I enclose the program, and I am at your disposal for any question about it.

Please consider joining this voyage of a lifetime


Rabbi Daniel

MARCH 3 – 12, 2019



Day 1 ~ Sunday, March 3,2019      Oranjestad / Enroute Independent departures from Oranjestad, traveling overnight to Israel.

Day 2 ~ Monday, March 4, 2019, Tel Aviv Welcome to Israel! Independent transfer to the hotel in Tel Aviv, Israel’s most cosmopolitan city, located on the Mediterranian Sea. This evening, gather together for a welcome dinner. Overnight: Tel Aviv

Day 3 ~ Tuesday, March 5, 2019, Tel Aviv / Galilee Following breakfast, tour Independence Hall, where David Ben Gurion first announced Israel’s independence and declared Statehood. Afterward, drive north on the scenic coastal route to Caesarea, Roman Capital of Judea. Visit the beautifully restored theater, ruins of the ancient town, harbor, and aqueduct. Continue through Druze Villages, stopping for a home hospitality lunch in a Druze family home. The afternoon spent in Safed, the center of Jewish mysticism, with historic synagogues and modern artists’ quarter, before continuing to the hotel in the Galilee.  Overnight: Galilee

Day 4 ~ Wednesday, March 6, 2019, Galilee This morning, meet Elliot Chodoff, a political and military analyst, who specializes in the Middle East conflict and the global war on terrorists, for a Northern Strategic Tour on the Golan Heights. See the former Syrian fortifications while learning about the key role this area is to Israel’s safety. Continue to the summit of the extinct volcano-turned bunker of Mount Bental, for great views over the entire Golan and deep into Syria. Meet with IDF Soldiers who keep Israel safe on the Lebanese border. Afterward, participate in tree planting, helping keep Israel green for generations to come. This evening, a Galilean dinner on the shores of the Sea of Galilee.  Overnight: Galilee

Day 5 ~ Thursday, March 7, 2019, Galilee / Jerusalem  Morning departure driving through the Jordan River Valley up to Jerusalem, with a special “Shehechiyanu” at the Kotel. Visit Mount Scopus to see the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Afterward, explore Ir David, the City of David and the new excavations unfolding. Onto the Davidson Center, a virtual visit to the Temple as it once was, with extensive remains of a Byzantine house below ground level.  This afternoon, enter the Old City and stroll along the restored Jewish quarter with its Roman Cardo. Continue along the Via Dolorosa/Stations of the Cross to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. See the Herodian Mansions, remains of homes of wealthy Jerusalemites from the time of the Herod’s Second Temple. Arrive at the hotel for check in and overnight.  Overnight: Jerusalem

Day 6 ~ Friday, March 8, 2019, Jerusalem This morning, a tour of the Separation Fence Seam-line and IDF Security Check Points with Danny Tirza – Col. (Res.) Danny Tirza was the architect and in charge of planning the security fence between the West Bank and Israel, Israel’s largest infrastructure project. Since 1994, Col. Tirza has headed a special staff in the IDF Central Command in charge of regional strategic planning. He has taken part in formulating Israel’s security positions with the Palestinians and has participated in various stages of the negotiations. Col. Tirza specializes in the geography of Judea and Samaria, the Jordan Valley, and Jerusalem. Next, Machne Yehudah Market and experience how locals prepare for Shabbat. As the sun sets, gather at the Western Wall (Kotel) for the traditional bringing in of the Sabbath. Gather together for Shabbat dinner this evening at the hotel. Overnight: Jerusalem

Day 7 ~ Saturday, March 9, 2019, Masada / Dead Sea / Jerusalem Early departure for a  full day of sightseeing in the Israeli desert. Drive to Masada, ascending on the east side, by cable car, to marvel at King Herod’s desert fortress – Palace and last stronghold of the Jewish zealots against the Roman domination in 73 CE. Partake in a ceremonial Shabbat service atop Masada. Continue to the shores of the Dead Sea, the lowest place on earth almost 1300 feet below sea level, for a lunch & swim. Return to Jerusalem in time to conclude Shabbat with Havdalah together. This evening, attend the Sound & Light Show at the Tower of David.  Overnight: Jerusalem
As of 8/22/2018
Itinerary subject to change

Day 8 ~ Sunday, March 10, 2019, Jerusalem Begin the day in Bethlehem for avisit the Church of the Nativity, Manger Square, and Shepherd’s Field. Afterward, a visit to the unforgettable Holocaust Memorial Museum at Yad Vashem. Next, the Herzl Museum, followed by a visit to Maale Adumim with Daniel Marks. Continue to the ancient port of Jaffa with its cobbled streets and beautiful art galleries. This evening, walk through the Western Wall Tunnels, experiencing more than 2,000 years of history. Overnight: Jerusalem

Day 9 ~ Monday, March 11, 2019, Jerusalem This morning, hear from Khaled Abu Toameh, an award-winning, independent Israeli-Arab journalist, who has been covering Palestinian issues in the West Bank and Gaza for over three decades, and David Horowitz, founding editor of The Times of Israel. Afterward, a tour of the Knesset, Israeli Parliament, with a Member of the Knesset meeting pending. Continue to the Israel museum complex, and see the Shrine of the Book, where the Dead Sea Scrolls are housed; and the Scale Model of Jerusalem from the Second Temple Period. Next, Supreme Court Visit. This evening, gather together for a farewell dinner. Overnight: Jerusalem

Day 10 ~ Tuesday, March 12, 2019, Enroute / Oranjestad Independent transfer to Ben Gurion Airport for departure flight to the home city.

As of 8/22/2018
Itinerary subject to change

LAND TOUR PRICE PER PERSON: $4,025.00 (double occupancy) Prices quoted are based on a specific number of participants traveling together in the land rates in effect at the time of printing. They are subject to change. Single Supplement: $985.00
Pricing is based on the following hotels:
Orchid Hotel, Tel Aviv Kfar Blum, Galilee Mount Zion Hotel, Jerusalem
Please note: These prices do not include flights. You must book your own air to and from Israel.

DEPOSITS & PAYMENTS DEPOSIT $500.00 per person ($100.00 of which is non-refundable; additional cancellation fees will apply, see details under “cancellation penalties”) submit with registration form to reserve space. Single rooms are limited. FINAL PAYMENT due Friday, January 4, 2019
WHAT IS INCLUDED  8+ nights’ accommodation with private facilities in Tel Aviv, Galilee, and Jerusalem  Meal plan as outlined on itinerary; breakfast and dinner daily, 2 lunches   All transfers and full sightseeing program as outlined on the itinerary by private motorcoach with driver, and government licensed guide  All entrance fees to sites visited  Porterage at hotels  Gratuities to drivers, local guides, hotel dining staff, hotel bellmen  Special guest speakers: Elliot Chodoff, Danny Tirza, Khaled Abu Toameh, and David Horowitz

 HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS are provided on the basis of two persons sharing a room with private bath, in the hotels selected for the tour. A limited number of single rooms are available. FROSCH, Congregation Beth Israel Aruba, and its subagents reserve the right to substitute hotels of the same category when necessary for the proper handling of the tour.

 MEALS as outlined on the itinerary: breakfast and dinner daily, 2 lunches

 PERSONAL TIPS to your guides and drivers.

 TOURING IN ISRAEL is provided by modern air-conditioned/heated motorcoaches and includes the full sightseeing program outlined in the itinerary. All entrance fees to the places listed in the itinerary are included.

Frosch International Travel reserves the right, and if warranted, will pass on to the participant, any price increase due to government airline tax increase and/or increase in fuel charges should they come into effect at any time prior to departure.

As of 8/22/2018
Itinerary subject to change


 PERSONAL ITEMS such as laundry, telephone calls, and beverages other than coffee or tea served with the meals.

 PASSPORTS must be carried by each tour member and must be valid 6 months beyond tour date. Copies of the information pages of the passports must be submitted to FROSCH with final payment.


 Airport transfers 

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