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Israel’s largest zip line, great ATV trails and archaeological sites combine with important religious and historical places to make a unique Israeli experience.
The traditional site of the Matriarch’s burial, the site of prayers inspired by her and Jewish tradition.
There will be a new audio visual shortly, as the new building and site are being built and developed, but the old film is as powerful as ever.
See the ancient road where our Patriarchs and Matriarchs journeyed, where Romans erected milestones, and where mikva’ot (ritual baths) from the Second Temple period were discovered by youths riding their bikes.
It is hard to tell what people enjoy more, the chef’s gourmet cooking in the dairy/fish restaurant, or the award winning wines of this boutique winery
Otherwise known as Herodium, this site offers insights into the master builder and murderer King Herod, spectacular views of the Judean Desert, and caves from the Great and Bar Kochva revolts.
With the largest zip line in Israel, wall climbing, ATV riding, and other attractions, it is located adjacent to the Lone Tree Brewery, a delectable micro-brewery.
The best anti-terror training and firing range experience Israel has to offer.
The tomb of the Patriarchs and matriarchs in Hebron, where roughly ½ a million Jewish pilgrims come every year to visit their ancestors and to pray.
See the rebuilt ancient synagogue and hear the unusual stories of events that happened here.
The museum of the 1929 massacre is currently undergoing renovations, but there is still plenty to tell and see.
The ancient walls and steps where Abraham entered the city of Hebron as well as other finds from various periods underneath modern Jewish homes.
See and learn how our forefathers lived, worked and prayed in Talmudic times. The highlight of the site is the ancient Synagogue mosaic floor.