Harvard College Israel Trek 2016


Participants: 132
Occurrence: May 2016
Duration: 9 Nights
Location: 3 nights in Jerusalem, 1  nights Dead Sea, 1 nights Golan Heights, 4 nights Tel-Aviv .

Harvard  Business school (MBA) students , chose Israel as their destination for students spring break.
Their request for proposal  was to introduce to students Israel’s global contributions, innovation and diverse culture, and complex reality.

It was a great combination fun, relaxation, and meetings with top leaders from various sectors of Israeli society.  

The group was in Israel for 9 nights and was full of activities:

  • Jeep tour in the Golan Heights including geopolitical survey

  • Visit of the Old City of Jerusalem & Bethlehem

  • Visiting Ramat David – one of the largest air force army base in the North, meeting with soldiers and seeing aircrafts

  • Special mud party & massage treatments at the Dead Sea – the lowest spot on earth.

  • Fine dining in leading chef restaurants in Jerusalem & Tel-Aviv

  • Exploring Bedouin traditions including Bedouin hospitality lunch

  • Rave party in the desert

  • Yacht sailing from the Hetzelia Marina

  • Bicycle tour in Tel-Aviv-Jaffa

  • Meeting with Yair Lapid member of the Knesset

  • Meeting with Khaled Abu Toameh an Israeli Arab journalist, and documentary filmmaker.