Street food is an invaluable part of Tel Aviv's intriguing culinary scene, the city streets are filled with vendors offering dishes and snacks from every corner of the globe. First of these are the ones we all know: Falafel, Humus, Sabich and Burekas, none originated here, but all are very much Israeli. Any random person off the street will be happy to direct you to the place that makes the best pita dish - After all, they are all the best!- Visit the busiest, most famous street food stands in Tel Aviv.- Try the most iconic Israeli street food dishes.- Learn about street food from a local guide.Tour includes- 4 food tastings at authentic street food stands.- 1 drink- 1 dessert
• 2 hours
Nestled in the heart of the Swartberg Mountains and Nature Reserve is a little valley known as Gamkaskloof (from the Khoisan word for Lion – Gamka), or as the locals refer to it, the Hell (Die Hel). It is a place that has been forgotten by time, and in order to get there you need to drive along rocky mountain passes on dirt roads. Travel with us in a 4x4 bakkie (pick-up truck) with your local guide, and learn more about the interesting history of this place with its natural beauty of fynbos and succulent Karoo veld, rugged mountains and the diversity of animal and bird life.
• 9 hours
visiting the rock hewn churches of lalibelaThe churches are in 3-groups found in lalibela town, it takes 5 to 6 hr to visit all churchesThe churches are almost 900 years old still active so we will attend a Church service in one churches of lalibela.Tradition Ethiopian coffee ceremony
• 8 hours