My Masada Bnai Mitzvah Tour will Enhance your Bar or Bat Mitzvah! I recommend you to use a private guide that would accommodate all your needs; plan your visit to Israel to the smallest detail. And will weave together the perfect event for your kids and loved ones. Our tour of Masada National Park should begin early before it’s getting crowded. It’s optional to have the Bnai Mitzvot ceremony there (reservation is required). We would tour Masada examining Jewish heroism from various perspectives. In addition, we will get to know ancient Jewish traditions. For example, the phylacteries and the formation of synagogues in Jewish history. Then a quick stop at Masada Museum to examine from up close the archaeological finds left by the Jewish Zealots.
Masada Bnai Mitzvah Tour: A Dip in the Dead Sea
I guess we wouldn’t be able the opportunity to swim in the buoyant waters of the Dead Sea. I’ll make sure to get newspapers to the entire bunch that you could take a nice family photo when you’re all floating while pretending to read the local news. We won’t skip the chance of smearing our bodies with some Dead Sea Mud. After washing off all the salt and mud for our nice lunch we will wait for us in one of the best Dead Sea hotel resorts.
Lastly on our Masada Bnai Mitzvah Tour, if time permits it, we would stop at Qumran National Park where the famous Dead Scrolls were found. I would elaborate on this outstanding archaeological find and its significance to us as Jews. We will learn about how diverse Second Temple Judaism was. Moreover, we will learn about the different Jewish sects that existed at the time. This is complementary to what we learned already at Masada National park, earlier in our Masada Bnai Mitzvah Tour.