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Tekhelet Tekhelet Tours - Sukkot 5775

Marine Tour

Wave Ptil Tekhelet is happy to announce that it will be conducting 1/2 day tours at Chof Dor (Kibbutz Nachsholim near Zichron Yaacov) Chol Hamoed Sukkot (Sunday-Tuesday, Oct. 12-14). The tour combines an exciting experience of fun and learning for the whole family. Swim, snorkel , dye tekhelet, and learn about the world’s most valuable color, Biblical Blue. Learn Jewish History, Torah, Archeology, Biology and Chemistry. Find out the secrets of the lost tekhelet dye of the ancients and come face to face with the mysterious sea-snail that started it all..
For details click here
SPACE IS LIMITED - ADVANCE RESERVATIONS REQUIRED    To reserve, please contact Rabbi Mois Navon: +972-50-854-4612, mois@tekhelet.com

Factory Tour

Tour the Ptil Tekhelet factory and see how tekhelet is made - from the sheep to the strings. Our factory is located just outside of Maaleh Adumim on the way to the Dead Sea. Special Chol Hamoed Sukkot discount prices. For more information click here.

SPACE IS LIMITED - ADVANCE RESERVATIONS REQUIRED    To reserve, please contact Joel Guberman: +972-2-5900577, joel@tekhelet.com 

Wadi Murba'at Textile
One of the highlights of Ptil Tekhelet's 100 Years to Tekhelet Research Conference was a presentation by Dr. Naama Sukenik from the Israel Antiquities Authority who, together with Prof. Zohar Amar and Dr. David Iluz from Bar Ilan University, examined a unique and important find from the Murba'at caves in the Judean desert. A fabric dated to the second century, dyed with material obtained from the Murex trunculus sea-snail and colored blue, was shown to be of local Israelite origin. More information on this incredible treasure can be found here.

Tekhelet at a Glance