• Jewish Jewels of the Baltics

    Lithuania, Latvia & Estonia

    May 1 – 12, 2022

    Discover the rich Jewish heritage and culture of the Baltics accompanied throughout by our scholar’s enthralling lectures and insights. See Vilnius, Riga, Tallinn, and other fascinating sites and countryside along the way.



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  • Quality Leadership
  • Customized tours
  • In-depth educational content
  • Outstanding scholars and guides
  • Deluxe accommodations and amenities
  • Gateway to memorable experiences

Meet Jewish Heritage Travel


Iddo Katz is an archeologist and tour guide licensed by Israel’s Ministry of Tourism. Iddo is a 7th-generation born Israeli who graduated from Bar-Ilan University with degrees in Land of Israel Studies, geography and biology. A former lecturer at the Schools of Tour Guides at Bar Ilan University, Iddo has also lectured widely throughout the United States and Israel and was the area manager on archaeological excavation sites, including a well-known site at Shiloh.


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