There are few places in the world where the Jewish people are not part of history in some way.  Visiting Jewish sites when traveling is a great way of seeing how our people and faith are part of a global phenomenon.

Israel: Return Again, March 30-April 10/14

Our 2019 NVHC trip to Israel, designed for those who have traveled to Israel before, but open to all, is focused on people, rather than historic sites. We will use our time to explore relationships between all peoples of Israel.


Click here to view the full itinerary and to register. Registrations must be received by November 1.

Find selected highlights below and scroll down to view a flip book of the entire trip! If you have any questions, please contact Mike Baskin.


Tel Aviv/Haifa
In Haifa, we plan to visit the Beit Ha’Gefen Arab-Jewish Community Center to meet with coexistence advocates.


Mitzpe Ramon
We’ll explore the beauty of the Negev Desert, while staying at the premier resort at the Beresheet Hotel.


We have an appointment with IRAC Executive Director, Anat Hoffman, who also heads up Women of the Wall.
We will tour the Palestinian cities of Ramallah and Rawabi with Rami Hazzan, as well learning about the Roots coexistence project.
To help us understand the maze of Israeli Politics, we will also have a visit with Professor Reuven Hazan, Professor of Political Science at Hebrew University.
The price of the trip includes all tours and gratuities for the bus driver and tour guides; it also includes transportation from Jerusalem to the airport.  The only extra cost is your cab ride from Ben Gurion Airport to the Royal Beach Hotel in Tel Aviv.


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