Nothing brings more joy to a parents heart than seeing their little boy become a man!
A Bar Mitzvah is a very auspicious time for any young man and his family.
Traditionally, one would celebrate in the local synagogue with family and friends. However nowadays it’s becoming increasingly common to celebrate in the Hollies place on earth. Israel!
Our team at Gosimcha.com have found the top 5 destination Bar Mitzvah spots for you! Discover all the holiness that Israel has to offer and how it will enhance your Simcha!
Tzfat (Safed) sits on a mountain overlooking the Sea of Galilee, set like a jewel in a crown. Tzfat is considered one of the four “holy cites.” The others are Chevron (‘earth’), Yerushalayim (‘fire’), and Tiverya (‘water’). Tzfat is associated with the element of air, and “the air of the Holy Land makes one wise.” The Zohar, a primary source of Jewish mysticism, states that the air of tzfat is the purest in all of Israel. It is no coincidence that the holy Rabbi Yitzchak Luria, known as “the Ari”, revealed great depths of kabbalah while living in Tzfat. The Zohar also states that the Moshiach will come first to the Galilee, in the north of Israel; the Remaz, a main commentary on the Zohar, states unequivocally that this is referring to Tzfat!
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With all it’s holiness it is the ideal location for your family to come, soak up the beauty and bounty of the Galilee. Tzfat offers many different options to accommodate your entire family,. From hotels, to private villas. You’ll have no problem making a simcha to remember.
Caesarea is a magnificent site, a national park where amazing ancient harbor ruins, beautiful beaches, and impressive modern residences sit side by side. Caesarea is originally an ancient Herodian port city located on Israel’s Mediterranean Coast about halfway between Tel Aviv and Haifa.
The site has recently been restored to create one of Israel’s most attractive and fascinating archaeological sites. The restored Caesarea amphitheater hosts modern-day concerts during the summer months, whilst the Old City has a range of boutiques and restaurants.
The new town of Caesarea is a luxurious neighborhood of villas, whose beach, the Caesarea Aqueduct Beach is one of the best beaches in Israel. Caesarea can be difficult to visit without a car, and many visitors opt to join a tour to Caesarea, which is a convenient and good value way to enjoy the site – the most popular option is this Caesarea, Wine Country, and Kibbutz Experience Tour.
If you are looking for another wonderful experience on the coast. this is it.
With plenty of wonderful hotels and venues, you can create the perfect Simcha for your family overlooking the most beautiful beaches in the country.
Making a family Simcha on top of Masada is a wonderful way to combine adventure with Mitzvah!
Masada is extremely high, and can be ascended on foot by the winding “snake path” or by a cable car that runs from the tourist center at the feet of Masada to the top. The tourist center also features a movie about the story of Masada, a model of the site, and an exhibit of the archaeological findings.
Many like to climb Masada at sunrise, which has become something of a tradition, with the spectacular view of the Moab Mountains and the Dead Sea. For those seeking a unique and memorable experience atop Masada,
This is an experience that will leave the whole family talking until the next Simcha!
The Dead Sea known in Hebrew as Yam Ha-Melakh (the Sea of Salt) is the lowest point on earth, surrounded by the stunning landscape of the Negev Desert.
The shores of the Dead Sea are the lowest point on the surface of the earth, and the saline water of the lake give lead to the name ‘Dead Sea’ because no fish can survive in the salty waters. The other result of the salty water of the Dead Sea is their renowned health and healing properties and the unique feature that one can float naturally in them.
Dead Sea Hotels come in all shapes and sizes. In Ein Bokek is the main hotel area at the Dead Sea, and here there are around 15 large resort-style hotels catering to all types of budgets. For those in search of a unique experience, there are also some zimmers and more boutique hotels at the Dead Sea.
Their is no better experience than getting an aliyah from the Torah at the western wall. They make your Simcha one that you won’t forget!
Plus with so many hotels, restaurants and venues in walking distance. The kotel and Jerusalem are the best places to host a Bar Mitzvah.
Discover all the wonderful history in and around the Old City.
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