Dear Friend of Touring Israel,
As you know, we love keeping you up-to-date on the latest happenings in our part of the world, but this time we wanted to share something a bit more global.
Many of our most wonderful clients found us because of Wendy Perrin. Earlier this year Wendy left Condé Nast Traveler, where she was Director of Consumer News and Digital Community and wrote its popular practical advice column The Perrin Report. One of the greatest honors I have received is when Wendy named me to her “Perrin’s People” List of Top Travel Specialists, which used to be published annually in Condé Nast Traveler.
Wendy has now launched WendyPerrin.com, where she and her savvy team share insider travel information from across the globe. Wendy has introduced The WOW List, an up-to-date list of her trusted travel specialists, and I am honored to be on that list, along with other top destination specialists who can assist you with your travel plans wherever in the world you’re going. I know you appreciate being in the know, so I wanted to keep you apprised of this exciting news and encourage you to bookmark Wendy’s site and also to sign up for her Perrin Passport newsletter, where she will soon start sharing special travel offers for destinations worldwide.
You know how passionate we are about maximizing each traveler’s experience, and Wendy shares the same vision. She wants to make your next trip extraordinary. When you connect with Wendy’s destination specialists through WendyPerrin.com, you’re marked as a V.I.P. traveler and you get special benefits and even Wendy’s trip-monitoring service.
We are honored to be included in WendyPerrin.com, and we know you’ll enjoy reaching out to Wendy and her other Trusted Travel Experts.
Founder & CEO
Subscribe to our newsletter
you may also like
And the Walls Came Crumbling Down
By Joe Yudin, CEO of Touring Israel It was hot yesterday. Africa hot if you know what I mean (Thanks Neil…August 22, 2016
A meteor-gazing Negev adventure
By Deena Levenstein This week I went down to the Negev, Israel’s largest desert in the south which is sort of in…August 14, 2015
A Late Summer Night at the Israel Museum
The Israel Museum opens its doors until the wee hours of the morning one night a year for an interactive art party called Contact Point.August 7, 2015
Summer and Spring – What You Need to Bring
By Deena Levenstein In one of our last posts I explained some things you should know about Israel in the summer and spring that…March 26, 2015
Jesus’ Last Passover Seder
This large, mostly empty room with decorated pillars and and arched ceilings, sits on Mount Zion, just outside Zion Gate. We sat in the cool space and discussed Passover, archaeology and the story of the Last Supper.July 31, 2015
Sunrise At Masada
By Joe Yudin, CEO of Touring Israel In case anyone misunderstood my last blog post about my reservations for having a…March 29, 2016
Cooling Off In The Hot Israeli Summer
Summer is here, with its warm temperatures and intense rays. In Israel, you learn to embrace the heat, and find your…July 24, 2017
Christ Church – Saving the Jews in Unintended Ways
Christ Church in Jerusalem might remind you of a synagogue with its Hebrew writing, a Jewish menorah (the candelabra in the background), a star of David and… a strange lack of crosses (until you look up). Here is its story…July 22, 2015
A Walk Through An Old-New Land Pt. III
By Joe Yudin I used to wander around Neve Tzedek in the early 1990’s. The buildings were falling apart, the roads…December 2, 2014