For a great experience for everyone! We LOVE your trips for so cleverly combining education, inspiration, and fun to each site that we have had the pleasure to visit with you or your guides. Looking forward to what you have in store next succot IYH!!
I’ve recommended your scavenger hunt to almost all I know – can’t wait to do another one!
Many thanks for a splendidly organized, informative and enjoyable Scavenger Hunt that all of our families enjoyed today … Both adults and children alike gained much from the experience. Your dedication, patience and enthusiasm shone through, from the beginning of the activity to the end.
We did the Old City Scavenger Hunt in July after we celebrated our son’s Bar Mitzvah at the Kotel. Three generations participated and everyone had a fantastic time. It’s amazing that they organized a program that is very engaging and informative for all ages. Our kids were so involved that they did not want their ice cream break until after the activity was finished. A great way to give kids a taste of what the Jewish Quarter is all about.
Amazing. Eye-Opening. Competitive. Fun. This is one of the most amazing challenges I have had in a long time.
I wanted to thank you for the fun, enjoyable and enriching activity in which we saw Jerusalem from a completely different angle…
Thank you so much!! We had a great time yesterday – great activity for all ages , was awesome.
We have been to Jerusalem many times and wanted something a bit different.We booked a scavenger hunt not knowing what to expect. It was AMAZING!!!!
I had a great time, and learnt so many new things, even after having lived in Jerusalem for 37 years.
Israel Scaventures helped me propose to my girlfriend, and gave us the memory of a lifetime!
So far, I have attended three scavenger hunts with Israel ScaVentures in Jerusalem… I still discovered facts that were new to me. I would recommend this activity to anyone – visitors and residents, families, couples and friends.
We did a hunt in the Nachlaot neighborhood. There is no way that my four kids would have stayed involved if we had just taken a typical “stand-up” tour.