Register Now for Summer 2023!
Once you are enrolled in a YALLAH! israel trip,
you will receive information on how to apply for the $3,000 rootone voucher!
2023 Trip Details
Tuition w/ RootOne Voucher – $5,825**
Full Tuition – $8,825**
Reg. Deadline: May 1
*Please note, dates are subject to change based on current airline reservations.
**Tuition includes roundtrip international airfare. Late registration fees may apply to registrations received after March 1 based on the cost of airline tickets available on our group flights at the time of registration.
EXPERIENCE ISRAEL WITH AN ECO AND SOCIAL JUSTICE LENS!
In partnership with Eden Village, the Eden Israel Experience explores Israel with kindness, love, spirituality and adventure! Dancing and drumming and eating and farming our way across the country, connecting with the land, its diverse peoples, ourselves and our ancient roots.
Our three-week itinerary takes us to every corner of Israel, where we meet and engage with the diverse communities that make up this ancient land. We hike the Galilee, raft the Jordan, climb Masada, drum on the beaches of Tel Aviv, and float in the Dead Sea. We spend three days immersed in non-Jewish communities: one day in the North with Druze and Israeli Arabs, one day in Bethlehem, and one day with the Bedouin community in the South. From Jerusalem to Tel Aviv, the Galilee to the Arava, we explore our connection to the land and assemble the pieces of each of our unique Jewish identities.
Unlike other trips, we will be bringing the Eden Village “Unplugged” culture with us on our trip. You will be able to call home at least once each week, but otherwise, we are going to keep our phones powered off and our hearts tapped into community and exploration. Bus time and free time are times to engage with each other, sing songs, and make connections – not dive into your phone.
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Incentive grants of up to $3250 are available!
Instructions on how to apply for scholarship and vouchers* will be provided after families register for a Yallah! Israel program.
*Dependent on RootOne's eligibilty requirements.
All teens who register for the Eden Israel Experience trip are eligible to apply for scholarship through Eden Village Camp. For questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yallah! Israel’s professional staff in Israel and North America have designed an exciting itinerary that ensures great fun and adventure, meaningful discovery and the highest standard of safety and security.
EXPLORING THE GALILEE
ANCIENT AND MODERN JERUSALEM
We finish the week with four days in Jerusalem, visiting ancient sites, exciting new projects, and creating spiritual space for our own unique Jewish identities. We start with a visit to the Jewish, Muslim, and Christian Quarters of the Old City, including a hummus lunch in the Christian Quarter. We explore the many food traditions in the Machaneh Yehuda market and volunteer with Jerusalem Food Savers. We craft our own unique mezuzot in a local art studio, visit Yad Vashem, and spend a connective Shabbat in Jerusalem.
DYNAMIC PEOPLE & PLACES
Our trip continues with several days in Tel Aviv, including scavenger hunt and Mizrachi cooking workshop in the Carmel Market, a walking tour of Jaffa, and a sunset drum circle at the beach. We meet local activists challenging the kosher orthodoxy; explore the diverse LGBTQ+ community in Tel Aviv, and meet with the Orchard of Abraham’s Children. We spend a day in Bethlehem with a local Palestinian tour guide, visiting the historic city, eating at the Jala Jungle, and meeting with “Friends of Roots’ at the Tent of Nations. We spend our final shabbat on Kibbutz, building our experiences so far to create a unique, introspective Shabbat experience.
Our last week takes us South to the top of Masada and the rapidly disappearing Dead Sea. We spend a day with a local Bedouin guide visiting the Bedouin community, including visits to Wadi Attir and cooking a traditional Bedouin dinner with a local family. We visit Kibbutz Lotan and the Arava Institute. After floating in the Dead Sea, we learn about the environmental crisis at the lowest place in the world.