Many of us want to discover something new, explore the unknown, and experience true meaning.
We want to go outside and connect to the depth and mystery held in this most ancient of places, where hidden treasures await and forgotten wisdom longs to be revealed.
Wisdom kept secret in a specific time and place, as it relates to its month and tribe.
The tribe of Reuvan is calling you into the desert, on a journey that will guide you to a new understanding of Tammuz, while the land of Reuven tells you her story.
We get together once a month for a meeting on the ancient estates of the tribes of Israel. Our trips on to these tribal lands are based on the deep knowledge transmitted from our ancestors and the principles of Jewish morality, which is our heritage, as well as practical tools for our modern lives.
Tamuz is the month of perseverance, of determination, of vision and, of falling. Having a vision, foresight, is essential to success. Yet, built within this month of vision and perseverance is the recognition that one does not always succeed; that falling is always an integral part of the process. Tamuz is the month when the Israelites fell and made the Golden Calf. It is also when, in the pursuit of vision the ten spies were sent out and ‘fell’, ultimately obscuring their vision. Tammuz is the month of honing our ‘vision’, of looking ahead down our path and foreseeing the potential pitfalls on the way. Yet, with clear vision comes the realization that ‘falling’ will inevitably happen. As such, it is a time to build up our resolve and determination, softly ‘lean into’ our failing when they occur, and to and committing to getting back up on our feet when we do fall. The customs of mourning and acknowledgment of failing that begin during this month can help with those goals.
Meditation or Prayer Time
Each according to their own way and belief
Learn techniques of “conscious walking” while enjoying geographical, historical, cultural, and spiritual explanations during your hike.
We will practice bettering group dynamics, learning to get to know each other, trust each other, and to really see one another.
Vegetarian poica, pitas made in a taboon, and plenty more surprises!
After dinner, sitting around our campfire, we will tell you the captivating tale of the tribe and the month
Who is it for?
Singles, Couples, groups of friends, soldiers all up to the age of 80!
The variety is what cultivates renewal and wisdom of traveling.
Religious, Secular, or anywhere in between.
Difficulty level: easy
1 person 350 ILS
Up to 2 days before the trip: full refund
2 days before the trip: 50% refund
On the day of the trip, no refunds will be given.
Can’t wait to see you on our next adventure!