For an adventure off the beaten track, Matzok will make your dreams come true
In Israel, there is always something new to experience. Matzok brings that fresh excitement to locals and tourists, providing tours all across Israel. From groups as small as two to as large as 400, they customize adventures to suit every personality.
Matzok was founded by Alon Kirschberg in Aminadav, a small agricultural community just south of Jerusalem. In the two decades of operation, he and his staff have organized guided off-road and trail biking, motorcycle, jeep and electric scooter tours for visitors who have enjoyed the unique programming and knowledgeable staff.
Specialized for a diverse audience
Metzok’s wide appeal comes from their individual attention and extensive experience. In can be difficult to plan a tour that offers something for everyone. Since people prefer different types of activites, Matzok goes the extra mile. While part of the group may be off on a bike tour for example, Matzok staff organizes other activities such as paintball and target shooting. They even coordinate a spin-off of “The Amazing Race” where participants race ATVs to find clues and win prizes for the whole group.
No one can fully enjoy an adventure on an empty stomach. From a light welcome spread with pastries to full meals, Matzok rewards a well-primed appetite with delicious food in a beautiful, outdoor atmosphere.
Just ten minutes from the busy urban streets of Jerusalem, the rustic and alpine base camp, located at 1000 meters, offers glimpses of the Israeli countryside that few experience. The tours traverse Jerusalem’s glorious mountainous terrain and its surrounding lowlands, but from moshav Aminadav, visitors appreciate a vantage point spanning the width of the land and can scope out the distant cities of Ashkelon and Ashdod on the Mediterranean coast.
One of the most unusual trips Matzok has planned to date includes a one-of-a-kind getaway to the Dead Sea. Guests were greeted at the airport by attentive staff who escorted them to an ATV excursion, followed by a deluxe spa and dinner at the Dead Sea. Later, they were flown back via helicopter to their hotel in Tel Aviv.
On another unforgettable tour, Matzok organized an "Aliyah to Jerusalem." The traveling party of forty was met at the airport by a convoy of jeeps that swiftly drove them to the outskirts of Jerusalem. After a hearty meal, they ascended to Jerusalem on various modes of transportation. They began the journey on tractors and then switched to horseback. At a tranquil location, they stopped again for a well-deserved recharge of food and drink, mounting bicycles to complete the last leg and arrive at the final destination, the Kotel (Western Wall.)
For an experience of a lifetime, contact Matzok.
Moshav Aminadav 1 DN Judean Hills 90885
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