Jeff Abel has been guiding custom and group tours of Israel for many
years. He knows the geography and the ancient, modern and religious
history of this part of the world inside out - but more importantly, he
understands his customers' needs.
That understanding comes in part from his broad background. Jeff is well read, an experienced busines manager, a writer and an editor.
Having been trained at the University of Natal in the
fields of Economics and Phychology, at the Hebrew
University in History, where he pursued graduate studies, Jeff occasionally edits academic publications
and writes popular articles. He has written for the Ministry of Tourism, church journals, Hilton hotel magazines and the Hebrew University's Scopus.
But above all,
Jeff is an experienced, officially licensed Israeli tourist guide. He guides groups on a luxury bus; otherwise he
drives you around in the "Jeffmobile": a government-licensed people-carrier that takes you
and your family around Israel with ease and in comfort. For those who like to take charge, Jeff is as flexible as you could wish. For those who want to just relax, Jeff will
arrange all the details of your trip, all the entrance fees, and all other
formalities. He will pick you up when you arrive at the airport: you
simply have nothing to do but enjoy the trip.
the years, Jeff has guided many families, celebrities, tour groups and
individuals on customised tours. Whether you want to tour for two weeks
with your family, or just for a day or two in between business meetings
or conferences, Jeff will help make your visit to Israel memorable. He enjoys his job because he likes people ( he says that there are also benefits to being a guide) and people respond by liking Jeff.
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Especially if this is your first visit to Israel, Jeff understands that
you may have many questions: please do not hesitate to contact him today.
If he is unavailable, he will provide you with, or refer you to an alternative, suitable guide.
Israel is an easy country to visit. To get you started on preparing your
trip, here are some practical tips.