7 Kosher Travel Destinations To Visit Now

by Jeremy Banks Evolutesix
Whether you're in the mood for a romantic getaway or an adventurous kosher tour with your friends, there's no shortage of amazing places to travel. But while some destinations are known for their culture and history, others have become popular because of their natural beauty and unique wildlife. If you're looking for somewhere new to visit this year, check out these ultra-kosher travel destinations:

Tbilisi, Georgia

Tbilisi is a beautiful city with a rich history, but it's still relatively unknown by tourists. It's the kind of place where you can walk down the street in your t-shirt and be left alone. Located in the foothills of the Caucasus mountains, Tbilisi has a Mediterranean climate that makes it a perfect escape from the heat during summer months. The city is also known for being one of Europe’s oldest continuously inhabited cities, dating back to 500 BC!

To start your day in Tbilisi, head over to Old Town Square (Sakartvelo) and take a stroll through this historic part of town before shopping at some of their many markets and stores. Then grab some authentic Georgian food or try out local favorites like khachapuri (cheese bread), lobio (bean stew), khinkali (meat dumplings), and mtsvadi (chicken kebabs). At night head over to Jazz Club Marani for live music and dancing until late into the night!

The best places to stay are Hotel Ananuri Castle & Spa or Hotel Metechi Palace & Spa—both offer luxury accommodations with stunning views overlooking Tbilisi from their hilltop locations.

Kyiv, Ukraine

Kyiv has a long history of being a center for Jewish learning and culture. In fact, Kyiv was the first city in Eastern Europe to have a Jewish quarter. The city was also home to several prominent rabbis.

In addition to being home to many prominent rabbinic figures, Kyiv also boasts two active synagogues: Tarbut V'Torah Synagogue on Pushkin Street in Pechersk neighborhood and Beit Aharon on Shevchenko Boulevard near Teremok restaurant complex.

Cancun, Mexico

Cancun is a great destination for your next glatt kosher vacations, especially those who are looking to have fun in the sun. It has a large Jewish community and many kosher restaurants, hotels and shops.

Many of these restaurants offer live music and dancing on Friday nights. There are also Jewish day schools in Cancun where students study both Hebrew and Spanish.

Cape Town, South Africa

The city of Cape Town is home to many kosher restaurants and offers a variety of kosher food options. Visitors can also enjoy visiting the Cape Winelands, the Cape of Good Hope, Table Mountain, Robben Island, and the V&A Waterfront.

Calgary, Canada

Calgary is a popular destination for Jewish tourists. The city has a large Jewish community and many kosher restaurants, synagogues and hotels. You'll find plenty of kosher shops as well, which are stocked with all kinds of treats that you can't find back home. And there's no shortage of kosher attractions to explore while you're in town: from the Calgary Zoo to Heritage Park Historical Village (formerly known as Heritage Square), there's no end to the sightseeing fun!

Melbourne, Australia

Melbourne is a great place to visit food. Melbourne has some of the best coffee in Australia, and there are also many other delicious things to eat here.

It's a great place to visit for the weather. Melbourne has four seasons like most places in Australia do, but they each last longer than they do in most places so you get more time with each season. That means you get more time playing in snow or swimming at summer festivals!

Bali, Indonesia

Bali is a beautiful island located in SouthEast Asia, which makes it a popular tourist destination. It's also a popular destination for weddings and honeymooners. The climate is hot and humid all year round, but this can be mitigated by soaking up the sun at one of the many beaches. In fact, Bali has over 3,000 miles of coastline!

Traveling is fun. It's good for your health and it's good for your mind, body, soul and wallet too. Traveling makes you feel like a kid again and gives you a chance to meet new people and make new friends.

Whether you’re a religious Jew or just curious about the kosher way of life, these destinations will be sure to wow. With their unique offerings and beautiful landscapes, it’s easy to see why these places are becoming increasingly popular among kosher travelers.

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