I bring Israel’s history, archaeology, culture, and diversity to life with a fun, engaging, customized itinerary for each client that considers their interests -- from private individuals to family tours to groups celebrating bar/bat mitzvahs, corporate events, youth and synagogue groups, and more. Through meaningful experiences that connect people to Israel, I impart my passion for the land and the history of the Jewish people to my clients.
You will experience the “must-sees,” while getting a taste of Israel’s off the beaten path surprises and take part in activities with a distinctly Israeli flair. Your tailor-made program incorporates the specific needs of your group: including the participants’ ages, limitations, and your collective passions.
“We had such a GREAT day with you. Thank you for arranging the plan and being such a thoughtful and creative educator. I think we all learned a great deal and it will stick because of the interesting way you presented it to us.”
Rachel Bovitz, New York, New York
Michelle Levitz - Licensed Tour Guide
I’m Michelle Levitz – originally from New Jersey, and for the past 20 years, from the historic and picturesque Zichron Yaakov, where I live with my husband of 33 years (we married young) and raised our three daughters. I grew up in a modern Orthodox household that warmly welcomed everyone, and I spent my summers with my Yemenite grandparents in Israel.
I am a former lawyer who has spent the past twenty years exploring the country through my passions: hiking the Israel National Trail, off road biking, Israeli music, touring wineries and small farms, cooking and tasting the ethnic diversity represented in the modern Israeli food scene.
Many years ago, I finally decided to change my passion to my day job and started the process to become a licensed tour guide. It was more challenging than the NY and NJ bar exams!
With every tour I incorporate my passions and share aspects of everyday life in Israel. I can’t wait to introduce you to the Israel I love, and show you how her ancient and modern facets are deeply relevant to our lives today. I look forward to planning your next Israel trip.