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Judges and the Police : a Bilbical Perspective

Posted on September 9, 2016

                Recently I visited the new  Israel Police Heritage Center, located just south of Bet Shemesh. Through tremendous exhibits the Heritage Center shows the history of the Israel Police;from the initial stages of creation and … Continue reading

T’is the time to Plant..and also Sing!

Posted on January 21, 2016

                  TU B’SHVAT and Parshat B’SHALACH This coming week we will be celebrating two important days. 1: Shabbat SHIRAH– the Sabbath of song 2: Tu B’SHVAT– the New Year for the Trees … Continue reading

Is there a French Wine Future?

Posted on November 19, 2015

France has been in the news quite a bit lately. The unfortunate reality that the French and many in Europe find themselves  today is that Muslims, especially  Radical Muslims  are slowly but surely moving in and taking over. This has … Continue reading

Your own Personal Story…on tour!

Posted on July 22, 2015

It’s really a great experience when tourists have a personal connection to the places that we are visiting. Take the story of Reeva. Reeva comes from CapeTown,SA. She lives today in Maaleh Adumim, Israel. I recently had the good fortune … Continue reading

Searching for roots, A most unique way to tour

Posted on June 28, 2015

People always ask me.. what is your most unique tour ? Exploring Roots while guiding a family tour of Israel.  It doesn’t get any better! I arrived at the Tel Aviv Hilton hotel to pick up my tourists. They were a … Continue reading

The Fascinating World of Israeli wines

Posted on June 14, 2015

The world of wine is complicated , yet fascinating. After completing the Israel Ministry of Tourism Wine Course for  Licensed Tour guides, I now have a better understanding of the Wine Culture in Israel. Historically the earliest wild vines known … Continue reading

Ancient Graffiti,Nails in the Western Wall; Legends and customs for Jerusalem Day

Posted on May 17, 2015

Ever wonder about the Western Wall? I mean, really wonder? You stand at the Wall, praying, thinking, meditating or just admiring. You see people putting small pieces of papers in the cracks. As you look up higher, you see that … Continue reading

A Moat and a Kishle

Posted on March 8, 2015

Ever wonder what the inside of a Turkish Kishle looks like? How about a Moat? For nearly, 20 years, I have been leading families, business people, adults , kids  young and old on tours through Israel.  A major focus on any … Continue reading

A passion with Biblical animals

Posted on February 6, 2015

  Israel never ceases to amaze me., Every so often someone has a passion . They want to share this passion with as many people as possible. Out of this passion .. A new tour site is born . Rabbi … Continue reading

My Favorite Museums

Posted on November 2, 2014

Tourists travel all over the world. In almost every city or visit, they ask to see a “local” museum. Many museums are included in the guided tours. While some are world famous, others are less well known. In Israel we … Continue reading

About David

David Schoenfeld
I see myself as your “madrich” – your guide, counselor and much more. For over 20  years I have been  leading people from all walks of life on Israel Tours. I have explored Israel with business persons, seniors, singles, newly marrieds, teenagers, grandparents, and families with kids.

My tours are geared to both young and old alike. Each Tour day will be designed just for you! Hands on Experiences, creative site visits, mind -boggling tales, challenging discussions, all told while traveling through Israel with lots of patience and a dynamic sense of humor.
Flexibility, Attention to Detail, and Focus on you, the client, is what I do best!
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