1. A wheelie great day

    We started the morning off with a nice and early breakfast before heading off to our first activity of the day! Which was going to the Yitzhak Rabin center. We learned all about the military history of Israel and It was a meaningful experience for all.

  2. A restful day in Tel Aviv

    We started the morning off with a late optional breakfast! It was the perfect start to our relaxing Tel Aviv Shabbat day.

  3. Shabbat shalom from Tel Aviv

    We started the day off with a four and a half hour bus ride all the way to Tel Aviv!

  4. Our last day in the desert

    We enjoyed a nice breakfast at Kibbutz Keturah and got our bags ready and loaded on the bus. We went on a short drive to Kibbutz Lotan. The kids continued learning about different kibbutzim and how this specific one is very eco friendly and sustainable. They learned all about composting and mud work, they even got to build there own bricks out of bud. After a nice delicious lunch the kids even composted there left over scraps and got back on the bus to head back to Kibbutz Keturah

  5. We had Eilat of fun!

    Today’s long day started out with a short drive to an ice cream store (the best and biggest milk production in all of Israel) to rejuvenate everybody’s energy before a long day of activities. Once we were on the bus we traveled to Eilat. The ride was super scenic with mountains on either side, one side Israel, and the other Jordan.

  6. Sunrise views

    We woke up this morning to the lovely view right outside of our rooms. Many of us woke up at the crack of dawn for runs or sunrise walks!

  7. Welcome to the Negev

    After waking up from the early morning calls of the peacocks from within the Bedouin tents, we ate a classic Bedouin breakfast. Once breakfast was over the kids boarded the bus to go to Be’er Sheva, one of the first cities fought over during WW1. The British fought the Ottoman Empire and won thus creating the British Mandate.

  8. Cham li (I’m hot)

    We left early in the morning from Jerusalem going due south to the Negev desert. There we toured Masada, a mountain with a long history of Jewish bravery and perseverance. After descending Masada and leaving the beautiful views at 1500 ft we drove to lunch at a tourist town right next to the Dead Sea. Bathing suits on and sneakers off, the campers entered the Dead Sea.

  9. A chill Saturday in Jerusalem

    We ended our stay in Jerusalem with a nice relaxing day. We started off with a late breakfast before we went off to hang out at the park.

  10. A day of remembrance

    We started the day off with an early breakfast in preparation for our packed day! First, we took a trip to Mount Hertzl to see the grave of Theodore Hertzl and we also stopped by a number of memorials. We stopped to pay special respects to the Jewish soldiers who fought in World War 2 in Germany.