Sea to Sea Virtual Experience

View over the galillee valley

Sunday, 18th April 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Booking ends on Saturday, 17th April at 7:00pm

(This virtual tour was originally scheduled for 21st February)

Members of Sinai Synagogue in Leeds have booked Josh Hartuv from Hartuv Tours in Israel for the wonderful opportunity of a virtual hike from the Mediterranean Sea to the Sea of Galilee. We would love you to join us!

What normally takes three days of difficult hiking across the country, we will do in an hour! Hiking in the small but diverse landscape of Israel is a true Israeli cultural experience.

It is no accident that every rock, tree, and puddle has a name and a story that may go back thousands of years.

Our trek will be our backdrop for exploring sites, both ancient and modern, which had a lasting impact on the local areas of the north and the rest of the country.

The tour will take place on Zoom. You can chat, meet new people, ask Josh questions and stay on to discuss and reminisce until 9pm. We welcome people of all faiths and backgrounds to join us on these relaxed, sociable "outings".

Places are limited and must be booked in advance.

What people said about Josh's January virtual tour for us:

"Thank you for a virtual holiday, wonderful tour"
"looking forward to the next one"
"truly a treat. Somewhere I have never been"
"amazing - lovely to be able to “go” back if only virtually"
"so interesting and informative"
"really good. What a knowledgeable guide!" 

We plan to include "Closed captioning" (automated subtitles) for this tour, to make it more accessible to people with hearing loss, or English as an additional language.

Sea to Sea

Virtual Experience

We suggest a donation of £10/person to join the tour. You are welcome to donate more, or less, according to what you can afford.

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Booking information

Tickets Available
100
Tickets Booked
6

We suggest a donation of £10/person to join the tour. You are welcome to donate more, or less, according to what you can afford.

Full joining instructions will be sent nearer the event.