What’s a ScaVenture?

On an Israel ScaVenture, with maps and mission packs in hand, you will navigate your way through streets, alleys and markets, engaging with the story of Israel and its people. Our Israel ScaVentures take the form of Scavenger Hunts or Dashes – they are great for groups of all sizes, with varying background and knowledge. We like to think of our games as a cross between a scavenger hunt and adventure of discovery – that’s why we call them ScaVentures!

Exciting Routes

Years of ScaVenturing

ScaVenture Participants So Far

Tali Tarlow

Tali Tarlow

Founder and Director

An experienced teacher and informal educator, Tali has developed curriculum,teacher guides, educational websites and experiential programs. Today she develops Israel ScaVenture routes, trains and manages a team of more than 20 guides and oversees scavenger hunt programs for groups of all sizes and types. Tali made her way from Cape Town, South Africa to Israel. She is wife to Daniel and mother to Ayelet, Eliana, Na’ama and Shai.  E-mail: tali@israelscaventures.com

Lisa Revivi

Lisa Revivi

Tour Operator Liaison

A vibrant and passionate individual, Lisa is in charge of managing and growing relationships with our tour operator partners. Lisa has a diverse number of interests and hobbies which she effectively balances and enjoys. Lisa’s dynamic personality and creative problem-solving abilities make her an invaluable asset to the Israel ScaVenture team! E-mail: lisa@israelscaventures.com

Dovi Chrysler

Dovi Chrysler

Project Manager

Dovi is our energetic and friendly project manager who educates and inspires not only our participants but also the Israel ScaVenture team. Dovi managers various tour routes and acts as a leader and mentor to other guides. Dovi’s enthusiasm is evident not only in his dedication to the business but also to his volunteer work and Yeshiva learning which make him a unique advocate for the pursuit of Jewish values. E-mail: dovi@israelscaventures.com

Jonathan Guez

Jonathan Guez

French Dept

After completing business school in Paris, Jonathan created a communication and press relations company specializing in the world of cinema. In parallel, he accompanied and organized ‘Birthright’ groups to Israel for French-speaking youths aged 18 to 26. After his Aliya to Israel in 2014, Jonathan enrolled in the Hebrew University of Jerusalem where he is currently studying to become a tour guide.  With Jonathan’s passion and experience in Israel experiential education, his eye for professional detail, and his friendly manner, Jonathan is a great addition to the Israel ScaVentures team in the French Department. E-mail: jonathan@israelscaventures.com

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In the Media

The Jerusalem Post

Searching for a Summer Activity?Proposal Scaventure
“…Tali Tarlow of Israel ScaVentures used her educational experience to create a scavenger hunt business in Jerusalem. Her hunts are not only for kids and teens; Tarlow’s customized hunts have included a wedding proposal pursuit and a country-wide quest for a large family visiting Israel from the US.”

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National Geographic

Family Time in the Holy Land

“Don’t Miss: Sign up for the Old City Scavenger Hunt with Israel ScaVentures, an adventure where you’ll encounter the places, people and events that helped weave the tale of Jerusalem. Stops include the ancient sites such as the Cardo, or the Street of the Pillars, and the Broad Wall….”

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JNS

Putting the Mitzvah in Bar Mitzvah

Bar Mitzvah

“Many bnei mitzvah want to take an active role in their celebration, and Jerusalem Scavenger Hunts provides creative opportunities for learning and fun in and around Jerusalem. Founder and director Tali Tarlow explains that Israeli kids can train to guide their friends and family on a fun-filled, educational, thematic navigation through the city as they engage with its history and figure out their place in its future. The program is tailored to the interests of each child, who works with one of the Scavenger Hunt professional guides and educators to develop a presentation at one of the stations used in the Hunt…”

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