Many trips to Israel, including Bar-Mitzvah trip, focus on historical sites related to the distant (Biblical and Second Temple) and close (from the beginning of Zionism to the current era) past of the Jewish people.
The Rosh Hanikra nature reserve is one of the most outstanding sites that should not to be missed on your Bar Mitzvah tour to Israel.
The Old City in Jerusalem is a place where scents, landscapes and senses of the past and present meet, where you can feel the way leading from ancient history to the present.
It's customary among Israeli citizens to say that the national mood parallels the water level of the Kinneret – Israel's largest lake of potable water, and one of the country's most beautiful spots.
Extreme sports are an excellent way to break with the routine. With jeep trips, skydiving or sea diving – everyone can find the right challenge for in Israel.
In the Arava, you can try extreme and experiential activities, combined with a tefillin-laying ceremony and being called to the Torah.
The summer is the peak season for big musical performances. All you have to do is choose a concert location and a favorite performer – and enjoy.