Virtual Tour of Israel
$18 Chai Payment Required: https://kindest.com/082438-end-of-year-virtual-tour-to-israel-bzd-fundraiser-event
June 21, 2021-June 24, 2021= 11:00 AM-1:00 PM EDT
June 25, 2021= 6:00-7:00 PM EDT
Accompany BZD alongside our fantastic tour guide, Jacob Shoshan, for our “season finale” tour as we experience a side of Israel you have never seen before. Come on a 5-day journey and experience biblical and modern Israel, famous tourist sites, off-the-beaten-path sites, and hidden gems. See the Old City of Jerusalem, Ayalon Institute, Rosh Ha’Nikra, Akko, Sderot Indoor Recreation Center, Be’er Sheva, Timna Park, and more without even leaving your house! It’s the next, best thing.
“I have been to Israel many times and never experienced it so emotionally. Virtual tours are a game-changer.” —Tour Participant
Sign up for a Zoom spot, which includes four days of touring and a special Kabbalat Shabbat on Friday. Invite your household to come along on the journey. The program includes one hour of touring Monday-Thursday, a 10-minute break, and then a social hour – with a live Q&A and discussions. Friday will feature a one-hour pre-Shabbat experience with limited Shabbat boxes for LOCAL Baltimore residence.
You may register for any or all virtual tours, regardless of your location. You will receive the zoom link and information about the event via email within 24 hours of payment.
Day 1 – Jerusalem, Old, and New
City of David, Western Wall, The Knesset, Mount Herzl, Yad Vashem, Mahane Yehuda Market, Mea Shearim, The President’s Mansion, 9/11 Memorial, The Chagall Stained-Glass windows at the Hadassah Hospital Synagogue
Day 2 – Judean Desert
View Jericho, Dead Sea, Boat Ride, Masada, Eilat, Timna Park, Makhtesh Ramon, Gaza Envelope, Sderot, Ashkelon, Ayalon Institute – the Ammunition Factory
Day 3- Tel Aviv & the Shore
Independence Hall, Rabin Square, Tel Aviv Museum, Palmach Museum, Caesarea, Haifa, Rosh Hanikra
Day 4 – Northern Israel
Tzfat, Golan Heights, Mount Hermon, Sea of Galilee, Tiberias, Kinneret, Neot Kdumim
Recipient of a Jewish Education Enhancement Project grant; a program of the Macks Center for Jewish Education, with funding from the Associated and the Charles Crane Family Foundation.