My name is Rami Reuveni. I was born in Jerusalem in 1983. When I was 13 years old, my family moved to the United States for a year – Utah to be precise – so my father (a professor of Biology) could continue his research .
After finishing high school back in Israel, I moved to a nice village in the Golan Heights, far from the hustle and bustle of the city. I studied Jewish Heritage there for 2 years; those days were some of the most meaningful of my life.
In 2003 I joined the IDF, where I served as a combat soldier and an officer in the Paratroopers Brigade for 3 years. Upon my discharge, I flew to San Diego for half a year and volunteered there with the Bnei Akiva Jewish youth movement.
Upon my return, I began studying Bible and Political Science at Bar-Ilan University. It was then, as a student, that I started to work in a tourism company. I knew right then that as I loved the Bible and the Biblical land, then becoming a tour guide was my calling.
Over the following 3 years, I got my BA, got married, and received my Tour Guide license from the Israeli Ministry of Tourism.
I’ve been a tour guide since 2010 and have planned and guided tours throughout Israel for a wide variety of groups, government agencies, international student groups such as Taglit (Birthright), businessmen, and private families.
In planning and guiding my tours, I take care of all the logistics: VIP ground handling, transportation, hotels, restaurants, phone rentals, and any other special needs the group might have.
All tour schedules and activities are arranged well in advance after direct contact and discussion with my customers. All tour plans take into account a group’s ethnic and demographic diversity, age range, interests, and any special needs some group members may have, with the goal of making each tour as unique, meaningful, and tailor-made as possible.