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NFTY in Israel
For High School Students. Hike, climb, discover, and explore with new friends from across the continent. Return home with endless personal accomplishments, meaningful memories and stories you'll never forget. NFTY in Israel offers 4-6 week trips during the summer across Europe and Israel. Tour Eastern Europe and Israel, discovering your personal connection to our people and our history. Our trips are unique and challenging journeys through Israel and our history. See ancient Jerusalem, celebrate in modern Tel Aviv, travel to the beautiful Galilee, see the stunning Negev Desert, and so much more!

URJ Kesher Taglit-Birthright Israel Trip
Travel to Israel for ten days on our absolutely free trip! Trips are open to Jewish young adults who are 18-26 and who have never been to Israel on a peer program. Kesher is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience the beauty of Israel and form friendships with North American and Israeli peers. Travel with Kesher and experience Israel's most famous sites -- the Dead Sea, Masada Jerusalem's Old City, and trendy Tel Aviv. Of course, Kesher is also about experiencing Israel's off the beaten path charm -- bonfires on the beach, a taste of Israeli nightlife, and an evening under the stars in the Negev Desert.

Make new friends from all across North America in a relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere. Because Kesher is part of the Reform Movement, you can be sure that the program atmosphere will be relaxed and inclusive. Each trip is also joined by a group of local Israeli peers. It is a perfect opportunity to make new cross-cultural connections & friendships.


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