Posts by: Aaron Fin

Every Thursday, Friday & Saturday, throughout the month of December, the city of Haifa hosts a variety of celebrations. 2016 is the 23rd time that this Holiday/Festival takes place. The city of Haifa welcomes the cultural religions, cuisines and scenery of its diversity. Come, join the fun! Link to Website   

Sea of Galilee, also known as “Lake Kinneret” in Hebrew, is a small lake of some 13 miles X 7 miles, in the north of Israel; one that had been one of the most well-known lakes in the entire world. The lake is Israel’s largest pool of fresh reservoir and offers the country’s largest source of drinking waters. It is...

Here is a suggested itinerary when following the Bible- History and Theology path in an Israel Tour: Jerusalem Mount of Olives Ascend Mount of Olives to Observation point for a panoramic view of Jerusalem Descend Mount of Olives, drive along East City wall to view Gethsemane and visit The Church of All Nations, also...

Neot-Kdumim is a historical & Natural reserve, portraying the agricultural & rural life in the time of the Bible in ancient times of the land of Israel. The reserve is located on route 443, via Jerusalem, near the city of Modiin. The reserve ought to be visited -at all time of the year, however, during July &...

The Jewish holiday of Sukkot will be celebrated this year between October 16-24, 2016. Sukkot is one of the three Biblical traditional holidays of pilgrimage; an agricultural festival that originates from the Bible days and is considered a thank you tribute for the fruit harvest. Sukkot is the “Feast of...

Sarona is a 140 year’s-old ex-Templer settlement in the heart of Tel-Aviv.  At the time, German Templer-settlers arrived in Tel-Aviv in aspiration of pious-missionary Christian activities. Sarona had been their third settlement in Palestine. The Templers had transformed the little hill that overlooked the Mediterranean...

The holiday of Shavuot, is one of the major festivals in Judaism. The Holiday usually takes place around seven weeks after Pessach (Passover). This year it will be celebrated on May 23-24, 2015. Shavuot’s tradition is celebrated with cheese, wine, fruit and… wearing of white clothes. Initially, Shavuot had started out...

Ptitim, (little bits or flakes in English), are exactly that. Ptitim are rice shaped or tiny round balls of oven-roasted pasta made of hard wheat, which gives them a characteristic nutty flavor and aroma. Often referred to as Israeli couscous, they are a unique culinary contribution. The product was invented during...

Ein Evrona is an ancient well that is located on the edge of the Evrona salt marsh. In times gone by the water would rise and overflow onto the surrounding countryside. Nowadays the well is dry due to the drop in the level of the ground water. Upon arrival to Ein Evrona one sees a series of round mounds with a kind...

​These days we are celebrating “Tu B’Shevat”; a Jewish Holiday referring to the “New Year of the Trees”. It is a Holiday at which it is customary to eat from the variety of the fruit of the land; as blessed by God. The holiday derives from Bible origins. As of the establishment of the state of Israel, it has been a...

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