“קום והתהלך בארץ לארכה ולרחבה כי לך אתננה”
“Rise and walk, its length and breadth, in the country that you will I give.”

(Bereisheet 13:17)

The land is our classroom. After we learn a subject we actually go to the place where the event took place. It’s a powerful experience to see the Tanakh come alive.

On a weekly basis, students tour both in the Old City, as well as all over Jerusalem. Students also take part in tours throughout the entire country, from Sefat, Tiberias and the Golan in the North, to the Dead Sea and the Negev in the South.

Students come to appreciate and love the land of Israel as they tour various parts of the country and understand the historical and modern significance of these holy sites.

They climb Massada, hike in the hills, tube down the Jordan, swim in separate beaches, and see the sites that are unique and special to Israel.

Students gain a deeper understanding of our ancient past as well as a greater appreciation of the contemporary reality of the Jewish people in the Land of Israel.