My first steps in guidance were at 2009 when i joined the field center school of the protecting nature company in Eilat.
from that point i have been exposed to Israel flora and fauna, history and archaeology.
i always count it as a great privilege to explore the country to Christians and regular tourist, and it is defiantly rewarding to see the impression that Israel leave on them -
a country that in one step you can cross a thousands of years.
what is a good guide?
representative, of course!
but the extra value is a person who have the right mixture of psychologist and entertainer:
someone with the ability to read the mind and feel the emotions of the people around him,
and therefore can understand weather you want to learn a new interesting thing or a deep insight,or just to have a pleasant time, a smile, and a moment to inhale the beauty around us.
I have a good knowledge of zoology and botany - including edible plants -
history and archaeology,
pilgrims sites and regular tourist location.
i also know plenty of beautiful trails, including those who contain water (very requested in the hot summer days between June-August)
- Tel Aviv
- Acre (Akko)
- North Israel