Make it your own Tours

Make it your own Tours

Israel has a long history of wine production, dating back to the Bible’s time and continuing to the present. Our wine experts will guide you through the region of your preference. From the Ella Valley, located in the Judean hills, to the Golan Heights or the Zikhron Yaacov countryside, where you will visit several wineries. Start the visit with a tour of the winery and the distillery.

Visit the barrel hall, the wine-cellar, and taste some of their products while winemakers share with you their knowledge, passion, and secrets. After the first winery, head directly to another winery vineyard in an all-terrain vehicle to see the grape varieties, enjoy the scenic views and discover each region’s history. The tours include an explanation about the land’s and the climate’s influence on the variety of grapes and the wine’s quality. Right after visiting the vineyard, stop in the middle of the grapevines for a delicious lunch, including another wine-tasting session with food pairing. We guarantee a real experience for your palate, from local cheese to sunbathed freshly picked olives and other fine foods.


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American Jewish Committee

American Jewish Committee (AJC) is a global Jewish advocacy organization. Through global diplomacy, political advocacy and coalition building, AJC engages with leaders at the highest levels of government and civil society to counter antisemitism and advance democratic values in Israel. AJC Global Forum is the premier global Jewish advocacy conference, featuring an unparalleled lineup of world leaders.

  • 1,500 Attendees from 60 Countries
  • 4-day Conference + 2-day Pre-Conference Workshops
  • Speakers Lineup Included Presidents, Prime Ministers and Ambassadors
  • 30 Simultaneous Lunch Events + 17 Simultaneous Dinner Events Daily
  • 15 Tours / Tracks
  • 30+ Production Coordinators

Multi-Track Journey

Organizing a trip for a diverse group of individuals can be challenging, considering each participant’s different interests and background, especially when it comes to achieving organizational goals and still considering the individual. It requires careful planning, flexibility, and creativity in accommodating various interests and backgrounds while maintaining group unity.

In June 2023, Eshet Israel successfully hosted a group of 300 participants from Spark Boston, facing the unique challenge of catering to diverse interests and backgrounds while achieving the group’s organizational goals. With participants spanning different age groups, sub-divisions, affiliations within the organization, and varied interests for their visit to Israel, the task demanded expert organization and creativity.

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