By Erin Levi

An unforgettable Passover experience awaits you—for under $2k. Where in the world could it be?
Tbilisi, Georgia’s burgeoning capital of cool, which happens to be steeped in history and hospitality.
From April 21 to May 1, 2024, immerse yourself in the luxury of the Gallery Palace, a brand-new kosher hotel in the heart of Tbilisi. Conveniently located within walking distance from the Grand Mall, Rustavili Boulevard, and the Old City, the hotel also boasts an onsite synagogue and Sefer Torah. The all-inclusive package, priced at $2000 for adults for 10 days (excluding flights, with discounts for children and free admission for those under 2), includes three Glatt kosher meals daily, comprehensive day tours, Hebrew- and English-speaking guides, ground transportation, and not-to-be-missed performances by the incomparable comedic duo Hai and Ronen Davidov.
Tbilisi, home to several kosher hotels, proves to be a haven for observant Jews. This is surprising considering Georgia, once home to over 100,000 Jews in the 1970s, now has only around 1,500 Jewish residents.

This extraordinary journey is organized by Alla Yakubov. Real estate agent by day, she dedicates her free time to curating trips worldwide that benefit the Bukharian community.
Last summer, Yakubov orchestrated a memorable group trip with the Davidov brothers to Uzbekistan. Exploring Tashkent, Bukhara, and Samarkand, the group visited iconic sites, including Jewish cemeteries and synagogues, and even shared a meal with Rabbi Babayev’s parents.
«My group loved it,» said Yakubov. «And BH they love it just as much this year, too.»

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