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Bar Mitzvah in Israel

Treat your child to a unique gift for his anniversary. There is no other day that is more important and holier in the life of a Jew, and Genesis Boutique Travel will help you make it truly memorable. The Land of Israel is where our religion started, where our greatest prophets and sages lived, and this is why a Bar Mitzvah in Israel is the best way to celebrate your child becoming an adult. Our itineraries are both fun and informative, and with more than 25 years of experience in the tourism industry, we know how to deliver a product that both parents and kids will equally enjoy.

The trip of a lifetime

When we live in the Galut, it is easy to forget about our Jewish roots. This is why strengthening the child's ties to the Holy Land is so important, and the best way to do it is by celebrating his Bar Mitzvah in Israel. We will take care of all the arrangements and make sure that your child not only has a great time in the Holy Land but feels personally connected to the 3000 y.o. history of our people. Our responsibility is to carry on our culture and heritage, and when your child spends the most important day of his life in the Holy City of Jerusalem, you can be sure that he will not forget his roots.

Contact us now to arrange the perfect Bar Mitzvah in Israel tour for your child. Our itineraries are extremely variable and may include not only Jerusalem, but also Tel Aviv, Judea and Samaria, and if you want to child to have fun in Eilat, we can do it too! Genesis Boutique Travel is an expert in arranging the perfect Bar Mitzvah in Israel for you and your child.

A Bar Mitzvah in Israel is a unique experience, something that your child will remember for decades to come and will pass over to his children and grandchildren. By celebrating the Bar Mitzvah of our kids in the land of our ancestors, we keep our Jewish heritage alive and thriving for many generations to come. Regardless of where you live and where your son will live, his Jewish identity will remain strong.