The approach and attitude towards businesspeople is totally different from dealing with the average tourist. Not that I don’t respect tourists, but the pressures, limitations, meetings and telephone calls, Blackberry messages and other factors that impact activities – I am well acquainted with all of these, and “steer” tours according to them. These factors also … Continue reading “My Way with business People”Learn More
Sound and Light at the Citadel: Sound and Light at the Citadel The walls of the Citadel serve as a stage for a nightime show which is a celebration of sight and sound. Amidst the archaeological remains in the
Segway Tours: Many travelers face the same problem – there are so many tourist attractions that they would like to visit, yet they don’t have the time to do so. So what do they do? They either visit less sites and come home with a feeling of an incomplete journey, or they try to visit every possible site and come back home exhausted as if they were not on a vacation. We have a innovative solution for those who want to have a great time by visiting a lot of places while staying energized – the Segway! It is fun, mobile, and easy to drive! Our company suggests that you try our Segway Tours in Tel Aviv. We can take you on a ride along the Tayelet, the famous Central Beach of Tel Aviv. We can also guide you through HaYarkon Park, a beautiful area near the port. Additionally, we have exclusive rights to organize Segway Tours in the Safari of Ramat Gan, taking you into the hidden jungle within Tel Aviv. With a Segway you can go places that a tourist bus could never go. You can simply enjoy a breathtaking view of the beach or explore the natural wonders of the Safari. On our tours you can make as many stops as you want, take beautiful pictures, and enjoy the sights without even taking a single step!
TEL AVIV 110: Tel Aviv celebrates its 110 anniversary, and we celebrate with her. Come join a tour that begins in Neve Tzedek, and continues along Rothschild Boulevard, its cafés and restaurants, Tel Aviv’s ports (in Jaffa and the renovated northern port), the train from Jaffa to Jerusalem, Basel district, the new northern neighborhoods, and a birds-eye view of the city from the 49th floor of the Azrieli Mall.