Fifth Question: Why Not Israel?

A Passover exodus to land of milk and honey March 18, 2010 – Elyse Glickman, Jewish Exponent Feature When it comes to Passover travel in Israel, it is a reality that the itinerary for most people will include the Western Wall, the Dead Sea Scrolls and visits to Israeli relatives. However, in the era of Lonely […]

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7 TIPS FOR THE KOSHER TRAVELER

Travelers have all sorts of specialty needs that have been ignored in the past but are now served by the travel industry. Here, David Walles, CEO of Israel-based Eddie’s Travel, shares tips for the Kosher Traveler. In years past, the options for the kosher observant traveler were severely limited. While one could always pack up cans of tuna or jars of peanut […]

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2010 Summer Cruising Takes Kosher Travel to a Whole New Level

Wide Variety of Locations, Entertainment and Culinary Experiences Promises the Complete Vacation (JERUSALEM- May 8, 2010) Responding to the ever-increasing interest in top-quality kosher cruising, kosher travel operator Eddie’s Travel  (www.koshertravelers.com) has announced five kosher cruises scheduled for the summer of 2010. To be produced in cooperation with Kosherica, the leading organizer of kosher cruises since 1995, the […]

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passover tips

TIPS TO LOOK FOR IN A PASSOVER PROGRAM 1. HOTEL MANAGEMENT: Check in particular, if the Hotel you are looking at has worked with Passover operators in the past or it is their first experience running a Passover program. The set up and logistics required from a Hotel for Passover are vastly different than operating […]

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