This summer…in Jerusalem!
Trip dates: June 29-July 10, 2016
Experience Israel among friends. Be back in time for Visiting Day!
The 2014 inaugural adult trip SOLD OUT and was phenomenal. Each year, The Cohen Camps partner with Keshet, the Center for Educational Tourism in Israel, to introduce our Dor L’Dor (Generation to Generation) Leadership Program teens to Israel. But why should the kids get all the fun?
So in July 2014, it became the ADULTS’ turn. We packaged all that expertise into an inspiring 10-day trip. We explored, we learned, we connected with Israel…and we were even home in time for Visiting Day at camp. Keshet’s expertise ensured our full safety and security–even noted in The New York Times and The Jewish Journal–and enabled us to build meaningful relationships with Israel, and each other.
Coming in Summer 2016, The Cohen Camps Adult Israel Trip will once again welcome our entire, extended Cohen Camps community: alumni, parents, grandparents, and friends. Everyone can experience Israel with depth, passion, and all the continued warmth of our Cohen Camps spirit.
What’s included? The tour covers some of the most compelling sites in Israel, bridging the biblical and the modern, on a trip suitable for both first-time and returning visitors. Tour guests will encounter adventures every day. Instead of all the hiking and roughing-it of the Dor L’Dor program, we’ve added in speakers. experiences and top-notch accommodations. For those with teens going on Dor L’Dor, we’ll meet up for a meal along the way. Keshet will gladly work with you to create personalized pre- or post-tour extensions for additional touring and learning. Top-notch hotels and most meals are included.
Interested? Questions? Please email Patty at the Cohen Camps offices at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at (781) 489-2070.
P.S. Patty herself went on the 2014 trip. She says, “We all went into the trip looking forward to discovering Israel — knowing that the Cohen Camps and (tour provider) Keshet already delivered a solid package to our kids and hoping for the same. I think we were all surprised at how much the friendships we made impacted our journey. Beyond wonderful memories of interesting places, stunning views and good food, we came back with a love for Israel, an increased appreciation for its place in the world, joy in discovering its history — and 30 new camp friends of our very own! And that all happened during a time of upheaval. I think the trip far surpassed any of our expectations.”