A Journey in Time
- +972 (0)4-6971057, +972 (0)54-6383309
Arie Buznah – is a tour guide in the ancient city of Tzfat, will talk about the history of the Tzfat and Golan area and also about the nature of the North.
Reuven Sade Gallery
- +972 (0)4-6972066, +972 (0)54-5826848
An art gallery in Safed
The Hidden Treasure
- +972 (0)4-6930020, +972 (0)52-6930349
A guided tour among the creators and their creations all over Rosh Pina: oil creations, aquarelle, pastels, Japanese brush, vitrage and more… guided by Sigal Eshet-Shafett, an art curator in Rosh Pina.
- +972 (0)4-69380349, +972 (0)50-5203146
An audio-visual experience with guided tours, story nights in a presentation: sketches/pictures, photographs, pottery/clay creations, sculptures, accessories and house tools and more…
- +972 (0)4-6920326
In this famous creamery of the Kadosh family are prepared five types of cheeses from goat’s milk and also labaneh from goat’s milk, which is highly recommended.
Lear in the Galilee
- +972 (0)50-8924365, +972 (0)50-95656385
Friday sippings – a jaunty and varied tour of the unique vineyards; a meeting of the cultures that includes a rich luncheon. The tour takes place every Friday and is intended for couples. Reservations need to be made in advance.
- +972 (0)4-6935377, +972 (0)50-5894647
Includes tours around Safed, Rosh Pina and the entire Galilee and Golan with Richard Wolf. There is also an option for tours in English.
- +972 (0)4-6921136, +972 (0)52-4589009
An archeologist and certified guide for trips to Zephath and the surrounding areas (also on weekends – without desecrating the Sabbath) with an emphasis on spiritual, historical and archeological aspects.
- +972 (0)4-6922803, +972 (0)50-7603606
A national tour guide who also serves the orthodox religious population, specializing in topics relating to the 1948 war in Tzfat. There is an option for guidance in the Galilee and the Golan in Hebrew or in English.
- +972 (0)4-6974597
The guiding staff of the Safed Academy is comprised of experienced guides who have already served their mandatory army duty, Hesder Yeshivah, graduates of academies and colleges and national service graduates.