Eddie's Kosher Travel invites you to discover distant and exotic places around the world on our superb collection of 2014 Kosher Land Tours. On these Kosher Tours, you will journey to fascinating destinations, experience the untouched beauty of nature, witness wildlife roaming in its habitat, learn about cultures and peoples, walk in the footsteps of our ancestors, and absorb the sheer beauty of the amazing world around us. Adventure in the rainforests of Galapagos Islands and Peru, hike the ice-capped peaks of the Canadian Rockies, trek down under in New Zealand, be guided in the African bush by game rangers, explore Jewish history in the villages of Spain and India, experience the White nights in Russia and Baltic seas, understand the legends of Japan and the intriguing sites of magical Morocco and much more.
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Morocco is an initiation into the magic of the Islamic, Arabic, African world of medinas, minarets, desert and mountain, and yet retains a European patina. Imbibe the spirit of Morocco; wander the streets of the great cities.PDF brochure >>
This is an extraordinary excursion to a captivating culture. Big bustling cities on breathtaking landscapes; tasty exotic teas and fertile rice paddies; soft silk and exquisitely pleasing pearls, and the marvels of Chinese medicine – see them all up close and personal as the greatest transformation of the modern age takes place before our very eyes. Our tour menu includes the enchanting vistas of Guilin and the enchanting Li River; the cities of Beijing, Xi'an, Shanghai, and quaint countryside villages. An exciting exploration of both ancient and modern Chinese culture and of the Jewish communities that called China their home.PDF brochure >>
In a volcanic Island chain, surrounded by an ocean, the Japanese built their cultural and national identity. The transition from being open to the world to being closed to it has shaped Japan‘s unique character. And even today, modern and technological Japan remains rigid and reserved, and it zealously preserves its unique tradition. A visit to Japan is an encounter with many contrasts almost everywhere; ancient temples alongside modern skyscrapers, fancy gardens and hi-tech gadgets, old samurai castles located in vibrant, modern cities.PDF brochure >>
Spain is considered the world's leading country in foreign tourism (about 60 million foreign tourists annually) - blessed with people who come to visit its famous sites or relax on the golden beaches of the Costa Brava or the Costa del Sol. To us, Spain is important for other reasons: the rich Jewish history of Catalonia, Andalusia and the city of Toledo is firmly planted in our national psyche - mainly because of the Spanish Inquisition in the late 15th century. We will visit the main sites connected to the Jewish history of Spain, as well as some of the primary sites that attract tourists from all over the world.PDF brochure >>
India has been described as "an assault on the senses." It is spicy and scented, raucous and vivid, colorful and loud and everything in between. It's more a continent than a country and the north is so very different from the south. In the north we'll wander the streets of the pink city of Jaipur, marvel at the splendor of the Taj Mahal in Agra, observe the religious rites on the Ganges River in Varanasi, and feel the pulse of the big city in Delhi.PDF brochure >>
Known for our unique, activity-oriented kosher travel programs, Kosher Expeditions in association with Eddie’s Kosher Travel once again raises the bar on our 2014 European Riverboat Expedition. For more than 20 years, we have been running unique all-inclusive kosher travel programs and cruises. This year we celebrated Jewish history & heritage on the Danube!PDF brochure >>
The Kosher Travel Club, a joint production of Eddie's Travel and Shai Bar Ilan Geographical Tours, invites you to say "G'day!" and get to know the Lands Down Under. Founded by ancient Polynesian (Maori) navigators, developed by European settlers and attractive to Pacific Rim immigrants, the lands of "no worries" may be home to the happiest people on earth. They have it all: cosmopolitan cities like Sydney and Auckland, the Blue Mountains and many of the world‘s best beaches; the Great Barrier Reef, the most extensive collection of coral on earth, and a selection of native animals such as the cute koalas, bounding kangaroos, curious emus and diminutive kiwis.PDF brochure >>
GLACIERS TO JUNGLE: BEST OF ARGENTINA
Buenos Aires Patagonia Glaciers Tierra del Fuego Ushuaia Iguassu Falls
Ecuador ranks as one of the richest countries in the world when it comes to its variety of animals and flora. Ecuador's tropical climate allows for tourism any time of the year, and the fact that it lies on the equator keeps the weather stable all year long. Exotic Peru is rich in some of the most beautiful scenery in all of Latin America.PDF brochure >>
South Africa is becoming an increasingly desired destination by international travelers. It's a country of numerous diversities: scenic, cultural, and - of course - natural. "A World in One Country" is how the locals describe their home. Africans and Afrikaners, Christians, Muslims, Indians and Jews make up a mosaic that's crucial to understanding this newborn "Rainbow Nation." Jews migrated to South Africa with the earliest white settlers from the Netherlands and Great Britain. The great influx of Jews to South Africa - mainly from Lithuania - began after the discovery of gold and diamonds.PDF brochure >>
Eddie's Kosher Travel invites you an amazing 15 day trip where, you will discover the wonders of Ha Long Bay, Hue and the picturesque port town of Hoi An, a favorite with many travelers. Also on the tour is the lush Mekong Delta, the amazing Cu Chi tunnels and vibrant Ho Chi Minh City (aka Saigon). After leaving HCMC, you will fly to Siem Reap in Cambodia to discover the marvel of the Angkor Complex, including Angkor Thom, Angkor Wat, Bayon, Banteray Srei and countless other masterpieces of Khmer architecture.PDF brochure >>
Cruise from Buenos Aires to Puerto Montt, exploring the best sights at the tip of the Southern Hemisphere. Days of scenic cruising bring you up close to the four massive glaciers of Glacier Alley and Amalia Glacier, around Cape Horn (a mariner’s milestone), through Canal Sarmiento flanked by twisted Chilean peaks, and into the heart of the stunning Chilean Fjords.PDF brochure >>
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