What’s a ScaVenture?
On an offline ScaVenture, you will navigate your way through streets, alleys and markets, engaging with sites and stories. On an online ScaVenture (sometimes known as Quarantine Quests) you will play a themed group game, engaging with friends, families and groups from wherever you are in the world! Let’s escape the ordinary, enjoy this awesome world and stay safe together! 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!
Years of ScaVenturing
ScaVenture Participants So Far
Founder and Director
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!
Yom Tov Frumin
Having served as a commander in an elite IDF unit, Yom Tov has the experience to manage teams, devise strategies and see projects through to successful completion. Completing a degree in psychology and economics, Yom Tov brings his diverse interests and knowledge to the ScaVentures team. Yom Tov love working at Israel ScaVentures because he considers life to be an awesome scavenger hunt! E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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In the Media
London’s JC has put this on the best of the world’s travel news. Read here.
Jerusalem is surely a must-see by anyone visiting Israel, and author Tali K. Tarlow gives us an unusual twist to an epic visit – a scavenger hunt to find holy places, common places, and places out of the way; all within the City of Jerusalem. Read here.
Sandy Eller has a great idea for what to pack for your daughter’s year off in Israel. Read here!
Tali and Eve speak about Tali’s personal journey to Jerusalem from her native South Africa and their general thoughts on education and the challenges we face as parents and educators in making it engaging and exciting, meaningful and relevant. Hear here!
Coming to Jerusalem with your family? Instead of finding yourself reminding them to listen, nudging them to look and feeling more frustrated by the minute, use this experiential guide book and enjoy the trip. See here.
On Thursday morning, April 5, First Station hosted the launch of “ScaVentures Jerusalem, the Experiential Guidebook.” Tali Kaplinski Tarlow, author and founder of Scaventures, along with family and friends, were on hand to not only sell the new volume, which features Jerusalem’s most famous neighborhoods, but introduce the newest Train Game. See here for more.
Jerusalem Post: “There’s something about Israel that encourages you to reinvent yourself. There don’t seem to be rules of how to live, and I love that I can be creative with my life.” Click here to read more about our Founder and Director Tali Kaplinski Tarlow.