Shabbat Shalom from Dubravnik, Croatia

We are so excited for Pesach 2019 at the Hotel Bellevue in Losinj, Croatia.

Chol Hamoed Pesach is a great time to explore the beautiful Old City of Dubrovnik.






Here are our Top 5 Places to Visit in Dubrovnik:

Walls of Dubrovnik - walk the famous city walls. At the top, stop an appreciate the view of the old town and the shimmering Adriatic. 


Dubrovnik Synagogue - daven Mincha at the oldest Sephardic synagogue still in use today.

Island of Lokrum - take the ferry from the city. Spend a few hours at the holiday home of Austrian Archduke Maximillian, on the island. Explore the monastery and botanical gardens from his era.

Stradun - stroll down the limestone paved main street of the Old Town, the historic part of Dubrovnik. Don’t miss the clock tower and star wars.







Srđ - enjoy riding the cable car up the low mountains behind the walled city of Dubrovnik. At the top of the mountain, explore Fort Imperijal, built during the Napoleonic Wars, from 1806 to 1816.





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Shabbat Shalom from Shanghai

Friday, 7 September 2018

Candle lighting: 5:53 pm

Kosher Travelers are leaving soon for a fascinating tour of China, an extraordinary excursion to a captivating culture.

Shabbat Shalom from China







Experience China For Yourself

Big bustling cities on breathtaking landscapes; tasty exotic teas and fertile rice paddies; soft silk and exquisitely pleasing pearls, and the marvels of Chinese medicine – see them all up close and personal as the greatest transformation of the modern age takes place before our very eyes.

An exciting exploration of both ancient and modern Chinese culture and of the Jewish communities that called China their home.


Shabbat Shalom from Shanghai

Sunday Spotlight - Barcelona


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Kosher Travelers Balkan States Tour

Last week, David Walles and Ari Bick toured the Balkan States: Albania, Kosovo, and Macedonia.

Getting ready for Summer 2019!


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Kosher Travelers Pampering Day @Inbal Jerusalem Hotel

Kosher Travelers and The Inbal Jerusalem Hotel Contest Winner

Congratulations to the Kosher Travelers and The Inbal Jerusalem contest winner Liz Slotin Brauser.

We hope you and a guest will enjoy a day at the hotel.

Our pampering day includes breakfast and the use of our newly renovated pool, gym and spa facilities.

Looking forward to greeting you!

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Did You Know?

The Inbal Hotel is idyllically set overlooking Jerusalem’s Liberty Bell Park and the Old City.

Considered one of the finest and most luxurious Jerusalem hotels, The Inbal combines a sophisticated elegance with warmth and comfort.

Choose from a range of suites match every kind of visit – from family vacations to large conferences and weddings.

With its 283 exquisite guest rooms, the Inbal provides a feeling of home that is only enhanced by the hotel’s friendly ambiance and highly personalized service.







Of all Jerusalem hotels, the Inbal has a special feeling of belonging and familiarity.

We provide an enjoyable visit with cozy beds, guest bathrooms stocked with thoughtful amenities, free WiFi, deliciously abundant gourmet food and 24-hour room service.

With its newly-renovated health spa, fully-equipped sports facilities and heated pool, guests to the Inbal feel refreshed and pampered during their visit.

The hotel’s rich menus made with local herbs and signature dishes from around the world have that special flavor when served against the backdrop of Jerusalem.


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Kosher Travelers - Magic of Morocco Day 8

Kosher Travelers Magic of Morocco

Day 8: Marrakesh City

“The Red City” or the “Pearl of the South” are but two of the names given to Marrakesh, the most beautiful city in Morocco.

Today we explored the city center and had free time to visit the lively markets. We passed through the Melah, and stopped by the Koutoubia Mosque, visited a Berber pharmacy, Spice Shop, and the Bahia Palace & Gardens.

We toured the “medina” the market quarter of the city. The market is a mass of colors, voices and smells, a polyglot of all the treasures that exist in this country. The “medina” is divided according to the type of product: an area for silver houses silversmiths and silver dealers, while gold is dealt with in a different area, and rows upon rows of stalls sell leather, copper, and jewelry.

Afterward, we had the option to visit the brand new YSL Fashion Museum dedicated to the life and work of French icon Yves Saint Laurent. While, others continued shopping in the markets and made their way back to the Hotel, and relaxed by the gorgeous pool & gardens.

We ate a delicious dinner at the Kosher Restaurant at our hotel Grand Mogador Menara Marrakech - Luxury Hotel

Have you visited the new YSL Museum?

Kosher Travelers Magic of Morocco Day 8


Kosher Summer Luxury in the Italian Alps

Summer Vacation is Quickly Approaching!

Yes, there is snow is on the ground and we are only in March, but, David and Chana Wallas are already preparing for the Kosher Travelers Summer Luxury Experience in the Italian Alps.

Join us at The Grand Hotel Courmayeur in Montblanc from July 24 - August 7, 2001.

Happy you had some free time to hit the slopes, David!

Where is your favorite place to ski?

Tuesday Travel Tips

Dear Kosher Travelers,

We are coming for Pesach to the Ramada Suites Hotel. Can you suggest an afternoon activity that our whole family will enjoy?


Organized Traveler

Dear Organized Traveler,

We are so happy that you will be joining us for Pesach this year.

It is impressive that you are planning your trip in advance. many things in Israel need to be booked early.

Everyone is raving about the Planetanya - 168 Ben Gurion Boulevard.

Chol Hamoed Trip to Planetanya

Open from 10:00-19:00, visitors can learn about space, gravity, and forces in the interactive “child-friendly” atmosphere. The presentation features kid volunteers in the various experiments and demonstrations.

Your kids will love building airplanes and gliders in the aerodynamics workshop.

Afterwards, your kids can run around in the science garden.

Also included in the price of admission is a movie in the planetarium about the universe, stars, galaxies, the planets in our solar system.

Currently, the program is in Hebrew but many of the employees speak English.

We highly advise you book early.

Looking forward to greeting you at the Ramada Suites Hotel in Netanya.


10 Essentials on a Kosher African Safari

By: Eddie’s Kosher Travel Staff

An African Safari vacation is on the top of millions of bucket lists.

Traveling with your family on an African Safari and showing your children the wonders of wildlife is a rewarding experience.

Traveling with your family means that you must be even more organized and prepared.

Next week, David and Chana Walles are traveling with their children to Africa joining Sivan Ya’ari and Innovation: Africa. Innovation: Africa proudly applies Israeli solar technologies to bring clean water and electricity to rural African villages.

Following the mission, the Walles family, will be experiencing first hand a Kosher African Safari.

What’s In Your Bag?

Chana, a seasoned traveler, swears by packing lists.

“Over the years, I have forgotten essentials at home.


I created a set of packing lists that I now use whenever I pack.

Frustration eliminated.

Now, my luggage and handbags are organized and I am ready to relax on vacation.”

Here is Chana’s list of the ten most important things you need to pack in your handbag on an African Safari.

Chana’s Packing List


10. #wetravelkosher

Even if you are traveling with a kosher tour like the Walles family, always remember, to pack kosher snacks in your bag.

It can be a challenge to find kosher food along the way. You will be so happy to pass your kids a granola bar or snack or some almonds.

Carry your Tefillat Haderech card along with a pocket siddur and proud Israeli citizens always travel with our Israeli flag.

Here you can find the Prayer for Travelers Tefillat Haderech.


9. Glasses

You will be outdoors for much of the time, so make sure you have a strong pair sunglasses.

If you wear prescription glasses, be sure to pack more than one set (in case you lose one or they get broken).

Safarieyewear has a great selection of sunglasses.


8. Hand Sanitizers and Wipes

Trust us - you will be covered in dirt.

The Safari vehicles are usually open (windows and roof). Be prepared to be exposed to a cloud of dust during your trip.

You will get dirty - enjoy it!

Be prepared with wipes or hand sanitizers to easily freshen up before a meal.

Your kids may like the Bath and Body Works Pocketbac Antibacterial Sanitizers Safari Animals.

Elephant spraying zebras with water to keep them away from waterhole

Elephant spraying zebras with water to keep them away from waterhole

#7 Emergency Kit

Bandaids and gauze
Sunscreen (to reapply)
Eye drops
Lip balm
Insect repellent/mosquito net/sting reliever
Hydrocortisone cream/antibacterial ointment
Muscle rub or anti-inflammatory cream
Brush, comb, clips and tie-bands for long hair and an extra one for your friend that forgot theirs.

Store your emergency items in this leopard print fashionable kit.


6. Medications

Before traveling read the CCD - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s
Health Information for Travelers to South Africa Traveler.


5. Light Raincoat or Poncho

Are you planning on gorilla and chimp trekking?
You will most probably encounter rain.

Chana recommends the Mac in a Sac.


4. Electronics

What's In Your Bag?/ African Safari

What's In Your Bag?/ African Safari

Camera and Video Equipment

Africa is a dream destination for photographers both pros and rookies. Beautiful landscapes, outstanding light, sensational wildlife make Africa so photographic.

Don’t miss out. Buy a camera, if you don’t already have one.

Which camera should you take on a safari? Check out the options at B&H Photo


#3 Binoculars

Most people will remember to take their camera and/or video but many people forget to pack binoculars.

Binoculars are ESSENTIAL for optimum wildlife viewing on safari. A good pair of binoculars will make a big difference to your safari.

Try to find binoculars with at least 8x or 10x magnification.

Your kids will love the Carson MicroMini 20x Pocket Microscope (Safari Green).

#2 Flashlights

It is a good idea to bring your own flashlight or two.

Flashlights can lead you back to your tent in the middle of the pitch black night.

A rechargeable flashlight is ideal but a small battery-powered torch is sufficient. The new LED miners lights fits right on your head and frees up your hands.

A smaller flashlight for emergencies or looking at star maps is also worth considering.

A great option to consider is Kohree LED Miner Head Light Headlight

#1 Important Documents

Always carry a copy of your e-tickets, passport, itinerary, travel insurance and other travel related documents.

A great inexpensive passport holder that will keep your cash and documents safe is the Venture 4th Travel Neck Pouch Neck Wallet with RFID Blocking.

picture of lions in grass

African lions resting in the grass

Are You Ready?

Double check your flights. Confirm your hotel reservations. Pack your luggage.

Don’t forget to carefully consider the essential items that you need to carry in your hand bag.

Have an amazing experience with your family on your Kosher African Safari.

Bonus Tip: Pack Non- Electrical Entertainment Items

Most of the day is spent on long rides. Don't rely on electricity.

Make sure you are prepared.

Take along playing cards, good books and your travel diary.

We recommend that you and your children chronicle your adventures in a travel journal.

Game drive. Safari car on game drive with animals around, Ngorongoro crater in Tanzania.

Game drive. Safari car on game drive with animals around, Ngorongoro crater in Tanzania.

Tell other Kosher Travelers about your African Safari experience tag your pictures #wetravelkosher.

So, what’s in your bag? Comment below.


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