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Ilan Bloch heads Accord Tours. He is an Israeli Ministry of Tourism qualified tour guide (and a graduate of the Ministry of Tourism Islam and Islamic tourism, and Christianity and Christian tourism, specialization courses), with many years of experience. He has an MA in Education and a Teaching Diploma. He was raised in Melbourne, Australia, and today lives in Jerusalem with his wife and twins. On behalf of Accord Tours, he will be very pleased to assist you with all of your travel and tourism needs during your stay. In the meantime, please feel free to sign up to our free newsletter.
“Danny the Digger” is a small and vibrant boutique tour agency. It was founded by 2007 by Danny “the Digger” Herman, who earned his nickname from years of being an archaeologist. Danny’s in-depth knowledge of Israel’s history and archaeology, paired with his passion to guide, led him to create a tour service. Bearing a unique brand name, “Danny the Digger” quickly developed into one of the most reputed tour agencies in Israel. With his team, Danny’s company offers a wide range of services for private, Luxury and VIP tours in Israel. The essence of the company is a creative and personal approach , meticulous planning, and the highest level of service through all stages of the tour. The tours are led by a selected team of expert tour guides, all highly experienced, knowledgeable, and very social. The result is an exceptional tour experience, combining in-depth explanations, intellectual discussions, great food, and the best accommodations. The many thank you letters and raving feedbacks on social media, are perhaps the best testimony to the company’s reputed service, attesting to the repeated satisfaction of their clients. In addition to the many private tours, Danny and his teams also cater various institutions and companies. They are, for example, the conductors of tours in Israel for guests of HPE, Motorola, Samsung NEXT, Amazon, Microsoft, SAP, HSBC, and more. Danny’s team alse served several VIP projects such as guiding Dr. Oz, CEO of GoDaddy, Google’s VP, Apple’s VP, Samsung’s President, 王石 Wang Shi. They also guided a few Nobel Prize Winners, and even a Nigerian King. The professional service of Danny’s company led him to become one of the most reputed tour services in Israel
Born and raised in Chicago: "I grew up in a great city. My life revolved around USY, Camp Ramah, and Solomon Schechter." Moved to Israel in 1983: "Studying at the Hebrew University, I caught the Israel bug and fell in love with Jerusalem." Worked in the Israeli school system: "My first passion was teaching special education, helping special needs children integrate in to youth groups and summer camps." Traveling this amazing country: "My hobby is traversing every corner of this country, with my wife Sara, my children, and now with anyone who wants to join me." Join me!
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