Discover the rich history of Israel, visit the prominent public gardens, observe wildflowers in habitat, and explore Jerusalem, the Dead Sea, Masada and more!

 With Mark Mosinski – Head Gardener of Dunn Gardens

February 13-26, 2019

Join Mark Mosinski - Head Gardener of Dunn Gardens - for an unforgettable journey to Israel in 2019. Although the focus of this trip will be on the stunning gardens and flora of Israel, we’ll also take time to visit many of the country's top historical sites. Don’t miss out. Travel with like-minded garden enthusiasts to Israel in 2019! Space is limited so secure your place early.

Expedition Highlights

With Mark Mosinski, Head Gardener, Dunn Gardens
Guided by a local expert Israeli program director
Transport by private, air conditioned mini bus
All breakfasts, plus 16 additional multi-course meals
Four star hotel accommodations and a Bedouin Village stay
All entrances as listed in your Dunn Gardens custom itinerary
Gratuities for your driver and guide
Educational talks and discussions on the history of Israel and Palestine
Jerusalem Botanical Gardens
Kibbutz Ein Gedi Botanical Garden
A like-minded small group of garden enthusiasts
Earthbound Expeditions makes a contribution to the respected Carbonfund annually

Trip Facts

12 Days / 11 Nights (add 2 additional nights when including air travel)
$4,149 land per person, double occupancy (not including air)
$ 795 Single Supplement
Group flight departs Seattle on February 13, 2019
Tour begins at 6:00pm in Tel Aviv, Israel on February 14, 2019
Tour concludes at 9:00pm at Tel Aviv airport February 25, 2019


3 Nights post-tour option to Eilat (Red Sea) and Petra, Jordan
$1,495 per person double occupancy (based on 12 guests)
$375 Single Supplement


$1575 on Delta Airlines via New York (JFK)
Departs Seattle on February 13
Returns to Seattle on February 26

Reserve by July 1 and save $50 * Pay final balance by check and save $100 * Dunn Garden members save $50

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