Shabbat Shalom from Casablanca, Morocco

Enter a world of mystery.

Morocco is an initiation into the magic of the Islamic, Arabic, African world of medinas, minarets, desert and mountain, and yet retains a European patina.

Imbibe the spirit of Morocco; wander the streets of the great cities.

Fez is a stunning array of medieval buildings; the world-famous souk of Marrakech sells a bewildering array of goods; Casablanca, is a thriving commercial center, and Rabat reflects its modern French origins.

The snow-capped Atlas Mountains lie inland.

Beyond them are the fringes of the parched Sahara.

Whether scaling distant ridges, haggling for exotic artifacts, gazing at ancient wonders or marveling at the pink of a desert dawn, in Morocco, you will be mesmerized.

Click here to book on the next Magic of  Morocco

Sukkot 2018 In Review

#ThankfulThursday

A big thank you to all of you - that helped to make this past Sukkot so amazing!

We really appreciate your glowing review, Michal Rotstein!

So happy that your family had such a wonderful experience at the Ramada Netanya Hotel & Suites

Can’t wait to see you this Pesach! 🇮🇱

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

Shabbat Shalom from Sydney

Friday, 31 August 2018

Candle lighting: 5:18 pm

Planning a trip to Sydney?

 Arrange a tour.

 Reserve seats at the Sydney Opera House.
 Schedule time to see the massive Darling Harbour and the smaller Sydney Harbour Bridge -major hubs of waterside life. 

 Don't miss The Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney

Shabbat Shalom from Sydney

 

 

 

 

 

 

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