Born in the Netherlands, David Sondervan is an architect by profession, even though his first love is travel and guiding. David has been a tour guide for over twenty years and there are few places on this planet to which he has not yet travelled. An expert professional guide in China, India, Spain, Morocco and South America, David also serves as a lecturer in Indian History and Culture as well as Eastern Religions at the International Guides Course at the Lifschitz College in Jerusalem.
A rabbi with an MBA and a designer of museum-based information systems, Menahem is an expert professional tour guide in Japan, South Africa, China and the Canadian Rockies. Having lived and worked in 14 countries around the world, he is a master of international cultures and a true citizen of the world. Menahem also serves as a lecturer at the International Guides Course at the Lifschitz College in Jerusalem, where he teaches Japanese History and Culture.
Rita Silber holds a masters' degree in History and speaks multiple languages fluently. An expert in Holocaust History which she teaches at the International Guides Course at the Lifschitz College in Jerusalem, Rita also serves as a volunteer guide of groups visiting Yad Vashem, Israel's National Holocaust Memorial. Her international tour guiding expertise ranges from Vietnam & Cambodia in the east to the Ecuador, the Galapagos Islands & Peru in the west, with many, many points in between as well.
Mordechai Sadeh brings a variety of professional talents to the tours he guides. A Gestalt Therapist by profession, he has also added to that a career as a teacher and guidance counselor, rabbinic ordination, and work as a Life Coach. A native of Richmond, VA, he grew up in Miami and has made Israel his home for the last 40 years. A graduate of the International Guides Course at the Lifschitz College in Jerusalem, Mordechai has chosen to specialize in Morocco, where he integrates his vast Torah and workshop skills into his tours.