Photo: Albert Benhamou, Tour Guide Israel
Albert Tours Israel -
A Private Licensed Tour Guide
Albert Tours - Israel
A Private Tour Guide licensed by the Ministry of Tourism in Israel.
I can conduct tours in English, French or Hebrew for individuals, families and groups, with or without door-to-door transportation.
I am particularly passionate about Biblical Archaeology, History, Religions and Art.
I also love Nature and like to add short trails in my tours, when possible.
Typical Tours in Israel
These tours are tailored to visit sites, for one day or more, on themes that are of interest to you. No two tours are the same, obviously, because each tour is tailored to your wish.
Click on the link below and look into my Google Map, then follow a specific theme.
To book a tour or inquire - WhatsApp me +972-52-6436124 and leave details
Israel is said to be a country overflowing with milk and honey, at the crossroads between Africa, Asia and Europe. Despite its tiny size it is truly an extraordinarily diverse country in terms of geology, wildlife, history, culture and religion. The climate is wide-ranging, from the wilderness of the Negev desert and Dead Sea region, to the Mediterranean woodland (maquis) in Galilee, and to the snows of the Hermon range. Every stone has a story in Israel, with historical or religious significance.
Why choose a private tour guide?
Here are some of the reasons why people prefer to book a private tour guide rather than board on a bus tour.
Total Flexibility: private tours leave you the freedom of time and places to visit, when and where to stop, how long for, and so on; we discuss the general itinerary, with your wish and my inputs, and then we may adjust as you feel fit in the course of the tour; when you travel in a bus, you are told when to eat, to board the bus, to stop for needs, to cut short a visit, etc.
Dedicated Tour: a private tour is designed for you, with you or by you; you and your party then get the best experience from the tour, focus on the visits that are important or preferred to them, can ask all the questions they have. How often do you come to Israel? Isn't it worth it making the most from your stay in the Holy Land?
Travel in a private car: it is like traveling with friends in their own car; if you have elderly people or children with you, you would rather travel this way so that you may stop when needed rather than board on a bus and be reliant on the bus driver to stop when it is possible; also traveling by private car makes transportation faster than on a bus, so you gain most from your day: more time spent on actual visits than on the bus !
Restaurants: most bus tours are arranged to stop in specific places for lunch or food; these places are packed with tourists and not really designed to give you a personal experience; in a private tour, we can stop in smaller places where you can taste authentic local cuisine; the whole experience is very different
Shopping: most bus tours will take you to pre-arranged "shopping" stops; at times, these stops may take quite long... as compared to staying maybe a bit longer in a beautiful site to enjoy; in a private tour, you can choose to shop for shopping, or not, and decide to move on if you find nothing of interest to buy; the choice remains yours; no wasted time in places you don't want to stop by or to stay longer than wished