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  • Israel Welcomes Tourist Groups on September 19

    Posted on September 21, 2021 by in Holy Land

    We are thrilled to share that  The Israel Ministry of Tourism will re-start the Tourism Pilot Program on September 19, allowing small organized groups of 5-30 tourists from “yellow and orange” countries to visit Israel. After nearly two years without tourism, Israel is eager to bring our tourists and friends back to Israel. In order […]

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  • Palaces in Egypt

    Posted on February 20, 2021 by in Egypt, Historical Facts, Holy Land

    Palace of Amenhotep III Built in the 14th century BC, there are various structures in the desert in Luxor, consisting of several residential palaces, a temple of Amun, a festival hall, elite villas, houses for the relatives of the Royal Family, apartments for attendants, and a desert altar named Kom Al-Samak   Caesareum From the […]

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    Posted on August 27, 2019 by in Holy Land

    Along the switchbacks of the Alon Road, lonely among the crags and scrub brush of the Judean Mountains, hides the mysterious “Eretz Bereishit” – Genesis Land. Genesis Land takes its guests on a thrilling journey of discovery in the tent of Abraham. There, guests enjoy “hafla,” ancient hospitality, along the dusty traveler’s road, in the […]

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  • Cairo has got it all

    Posted on June 18, 2019 by in Holy Land

    CAIRO The capital of Egypt, with a population approaching 20 million people, The metropolitan city is the largest in the Middle East and the Arab world, and the 15th-largest in the world. Cairo is associated with ancient Egypt, where the Great pyramids of Giza and the ancient city of Memphis exist. On the Nile river, […]

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