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Destination Kosher

First Time in History: A Kosher Hotel in Iceland

(Courtesy of Lebor Tours) Hailed by many as the most amazing place on earth to visit, Iceland has always presented a challenge to religious Jews who were interested in kosher food, minyanim, and a Shabbat atmosphere. Iceland’s Jewish community is very small and the local Chabad opened only shortly

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Travel to the Heart of Israel This Summer

Israel is a country of immense natural beauty, world-class culture, rich history and amazing people. With dramatic landscapes, countless cultural flavors and sites, Israel is a premier tourist destination. As Israel gets ready to welcome back visitors after two years of COVID restrictions, American Friends of

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TotallyJewishTravel.com Guide To Kosher Travel for Summer and Sukkot

(Courtesy of Totally Jewish Travel) As the industry leaders for more than 20 years, TotallyJewishTravel.com (TJT), is the first stop for kosher travelers. After two years of limited travel and limited programming due to the COVID pandemic, TJT is adding all-inclusive programs and kosher hotels to the website on a daily basis.

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Popular Pesach Vacation Destinations: A Look at Passover Programs in Florida and Morocco

Pesach ended about one month ago but TotallyJewishTravel.com (TJT) is already counting down to Passover 2023, which begins on Wednesday night, April 5th and ends on Thursday night, April 13th (Wednesday, April 12th in Israel). TotallyJewishTravel.com prides itself on offering the best resource for all of your vacation planning. TJT is busy with Shavuot

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Kosher Vacation Travel Is Back on the Map

(Courtesy of Totally Jewish Travel) For more than 20 years, TotallyJewishTravel.com (TJT) has been the go-to guide for Jewish travelers planning a kosher vacation. The website is easy to navigate and is divided into categories, such as Passover Programs, Sukkot, Summer Vacations and Winter Vacations. TotallyJewishTravel.com has a directory

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TotallyJewishTravel.com Guide to Kosher Travel for Summer & Sukkot

As the industry leaders for more than 20 years, TotallyJewishTravel.com (TJT), is the first stop for kosher travelers. After two years of limited travel and limited programming due to the COVID pandemic, TJT is adding all-inclusive programs and

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Kosher Vacation Travel is Back on the Map

For more than 20 years, TotallyJewishTravel.com (TJT) has been the go-to guide for Jewish travelers planning a kosher vacation. The website is easy to navigate and is divided into categories, such as Passover Programs, Sukkot, Summer Vacations, Winter Vacations etc. TotallyJewishTravel.com has

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Mexico Resorts Offer Dream Vacations for Kosher Travelers

(Courtesy of Passover Listings) Kosher travelers looking to get away this spring or summer to Mexico need look no further than a handful of resorts in Cancun, Puerto Vallarta and Cabo San Lucas operated by the AmResorts Collection.

The Dreams Natura Resort and Spa, a family-friendly hotel in Cancun;

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Passover Programs Offer Luxury, Ease and Memorable Experiences

(Courtesy of Passover Listings) Every year in the spring, more than 100,000 members of the Jewish community descend upon Mexico, Miami, New York, New Jersey, the Bahamas, Greece and even Dubai to celebrate a luxurious Pesach holiday.

These ‘kosher travelers,’ as they are called, occupy five-star

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Go on an Adventure With Adventure Israel

If you’re the type of person that loves adventure, this is a must-read! It’s not often you get to experience an authentic adventure with an experienced and knowledgeable guide, but when I first met Ariel from Adventure Israel I knew this was the best Israel experience out

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No-Hassle Kosher Vacation For Outdoor Lovers

(Courtesy of KAV) Love nature and the great outdoors? Tired of planning your next vacation and schlepping kosher food? Looking for a getaway with a minyan and Shabbos accommodations? Concerned about COVID safety and prefer a small group and outdoor environment? Then look no further!

Starting Tuesday July

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Travel Tips and Lessons From Jewish Bergen County Moms

Have you ever put a tablecloth on a picnic table hoping to create a “restaurant” vibe? Have you used duct tape to lock the hotel door to keep it open on Shabbos? Carried large amounts of food into an amusement park since they don’t sell kosher options?

Traveling as

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