Global Kosher Travel, the glatt kosher travel and leisure giant, is famous for its extraordinary attention to detail, exceptional fresh glatt kosher cuisine and world-class entertainment. This upcoming year, Global Kosher Travel will provide guests with the most sought-after luxury resorts and cruise lines in the world. This family-owned business offers everything from meaningful Shabbat services, inspiring lectures with scholars in residence, Daf Yomi classes and Minyanim, to top-notch live concerts with Jewish headliners.
Global Kosher Travel’s 2017 Luxurious Passover program gets under way this spring with our star, the PGA Resort and Spa in Palm Beach, which has sold out early for four years in a row. More than a resort, PGA National offers a world-class destination spa, a private Sports & Racquet Club and five championship golf courses. Rabbi Steven Weil (head of the Orthodox Unioun), Rabbi Eric Grossman (Head of Ramaz) and Mordechai Gary Neuman (Oprah, Today Show, Good Morning America) will be the scholars in residence.
Global Kosher Travel is also thrilled to announce that the JW Marriott Palm Springs Resort & Spa, a star resort in the JW collection, will be part of our 2018 Passover line-up. This jaw-dropping resort located in Palm Springs, California showcases five sparkling outdoor pools, two championship golf courses, a state-of-the-art spa facility and exquisite grounds and waterways. Discounts are given if booked before March 2017.
Since we are encountering the better part of winter, it’s time to warm up on a luxury kosher vacation. Our winter line-up includes the January 22, 2017 All Star Jewish Music Festival Cruise aboard one of the largest ships in the world, the stunning Royal Caribbean Oasis. The sailing will feature Avraham Fried, 8th Day, Lipa Schmeltzer, Yaakov Motzen and Cantor Chaim Berson, among others. In addition, we have a thrilling 10-night cruise to South America aboard the Norwegian Sun. All the December cruises are currently on waitlist.
If you are looking for summer excitement, below is just a sampling of what Global Kosher Travel has in store for this summer: July 2 and August 20, 2017, the Norwegian Epic will travel seven nights through the Mediterranean, leaving from Barcelona and stopping in Naples, Rome, Florence, Cannes and Palma Majorca, and heading back to Barcelona.
Or, you could catch the seven-night Greek Isles Cruise aboard the Star August 13, 2017. This cruise departs from Venice, making ports of call in Corfu, Mykonos, Santorini, Ravenna and back to Venice.
For those in search of historic locations filled with incredible Jewish excursions, look no further than the August 11, 2017 Baltic Capitals cruise. You will spend two days each in St. Petersburg, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Tallinn, Helsinki and Berlin (Berlin will visit only Jewish locations). All the tours on the cruise are deeply thought out and incredibly profound.
Despite the endless number of destinations, it seems that the cruise of all cruises is the June 25 and August 13, 2017 Alaskan cruise. For those of you who can’t face a day without the morning coffee, well, the Alaskan Cruise departs from Seattle, otherwise known as the Emerald City, the coffee capital of the world. With ports of call in Juneau, Skagway, Glacier Bay, Ketchikan and Victoria, you will have the opportunity to see whales and bald eagles, visit mines and igloos and partake of many other exciting excursions along the way.
Global Kosher Travel schedules at least six different cruises per season. From hello to goodbye, it’s all about the customer. Your first Global Kosher Travel cruise will be the first of many. It’s amazing how one second you never entertained the thought of going on a cruise and the next second you’ll never entertain the thought of traveling any other way—that is the magic of Global Kosher Cruises.