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Puzzle Israel

Phone: (847) 436-6849
Fax: (888) 840-2155
Email: deb@puzzleisrael.com
Web: http://www.puzzleisrael.com
Contact: Deb Lust Zaluda

Israeli tourism company that invites tourists and visitors from around the world to get to know Israel. Puzzle's main goal is to give its travelers an Israeli experience "with a twist," a memorable adventure built around the needs and desires of the traveler. The company focuses on unique and personalized journeys in Israel that do not resemble your standard tour, whether it's the client's first or tenth time visiting Israel. It is Puzzle's belief and experience that exposure to different layers of Israeli society and culture, visits to regions less traveled, and interactive activities will make the journey that much better and more special.

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