4 Weeks Krav Maga and Tours Teens Program in Israel

4 Weeks Krav Maga and Tours Teens Program in Israel

  • Study in Israel 87 Weizman Street Kfar Saba, Israel

Krav Maga Summer Camp in Israel

The program is designed for high school students. Participants discover different aspects of Israel, including the Israeli Defense Force training techniques of self-defense (Kfar-Maga), seeing the country's highlights, learning Hebrew, and engaging in the communities. You will spend half of your time in your designated training and Hebrew lessons and the rest touring Israel, hanging out at the pool, and having a blast with other high school students from all over the world.


  • Training in self-defense and Krav Maga techniques
  • Breakfast, lunch, and dinner provided
  • Wilderness hiking Beach-side bicycling and tours of Israel
  • 30 night accommodation
  • Meet Israel Defense forces instructors
  • Learn some Hebrew and engage with the locals
  • Medical insurance covered, armed medic on all tours.
  • 30 days with instruction
  • Hebrew, English
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Based in the beautiful Yechiam kibbutz in the northern region of Israel. The Kibbutz itself is located just 12 kilometers from Nahariah, the city of the north, and was founded on November 26th, 1946. The Kibbutz was founded on the old crusader fort and many of the structures within the kibbutz are original crusader buildings. The dorm rooms are built in that same crusader style with the traditional high windows and arches and are have a lush green yard for afternoon relaxation.

What you will do

Get a taste of the IDF training methods

Learn the basics of Krav-Maga self-defense

Gain the confidence you need to defend yourself when in need

Meet Israeli Secret Service agents

Participate in a survival exercise

Daily Schedule

Week 1:

Sunday: Arrival

Arrival and welcome to the campus

Meeting the staff and opening ceremonies

Accommodations at Lirom Campus (for entire program unless otherwise specified)

Monday: Tour of Jerusalem

Experience the Holy City, home to the three largest religions in the world

Take in the scenic view from the Armon Hanatziv lookout over the Old City of Jerusalem

Visit the Western Wall and Old City

Explore Jerusalem’s main outdoor market, Shuk Machane Yehuda.

Hang out on Ben Yehuda St.

Learn how the political system works! Visit the Knesset, the Israel Museum and the Israeli government offices

Tuesday: First specialty program day: Magen Zion

Opening introductions and explanations of the program

Overview of the chain of command and distribution of personal and group equipment

Initial physical fitness exam

Krav Maga Training

Afternoon pool and relaxation time

Wednesday: Magen Zion and touring Tel Aviv

Krav Maga combat exercises

Learn about the IDF and Special Forces units through a special program

Combat Fitness Training

Tour of the city that never stops: Tel Aviv. Walk the streets, see the local attractions and hang out on the beaches

Free time to explore Tel Aviv

Thursday: Magen Zion and hanging out

Krav Maga - force on force combat training

Journey into the sand dunes

Afternoon pool and relaxation time

Friday: Tour of the Judean valley and the Beit Guvrin caves

Tour the underground tunnels and caves that Bar Kochva hid in during the Roman revolts

Tour the Bell Caves, the Colombrium and get dirty in an archeological dig

Welcome Kabbalat Shabbat at sunset

Shabbat: Shabbat

Day of relaxation and group activities

Enjoy the pool, a pick up game, book or hang out with friends around campus

Week 2

Sunday: Magen Zion

Krav Maga style fighting

Shooting range - learning to shoot multiple kinds of guns with “live fire” hostage rescue demonstrations and scenario based training, including paintball games and urban warfare

Afternoon pool time and relaxation

Monday/Tuesday: Touring the Galilee and Golan Heights

Travel to the eastern Galilee, the upper Galiliee and the Golan Heights

Visit Safed - the city of spirituality, mysticism and kabbalah

Kayaking along the Jordan River

Climb Mount Ben Tal and overlook the Golan Heights and Damascus.

Walk along the Banyas River

Overnight in the upper Galilee

Wednesday: Magen Zion

Self-confidence training and control of the environment through simulation activities, operative behaviors and suspicion indicators throughout the streets of Tel Aviv

Program on preventative behaviors and suspicious behaviors

Combat Fitness Training

Afternoon pool time and relaxation

Thursday: Magen Zion

Krav Maga training

Self-confidence training and activities

Afternoon pool time and relaxation

Friday: Caesarea, Zichron Ya'akov and Haifa

Explore the old city of Caesarea

Travel north to Zichron Ya'akov, the home of many Israeli wineries and the First Aliyah Museum

Tour Haifa, the northern capital of Israel. Visit different neighborhoods, including the beautiful Baha’i Gardens, the German colony and the upcoming Student’s Village

Friday night kabblat Shabbat services

Shabbat: Shabbat

Day of relaxation and group activities

Rest, relaxation, ball games, pool times and group activities and time to hang out with friends

Week 3

Sunday: Magen Zion

Krav Maga training

Interactive programming on survival and preparation of equipment for survival workshop

Combat Fitness training

Afternoon pool time and relaxation

Monday/Tuesday: Tour to the Judean desert, Dead Sea, Masada

Travel in the desert to see the Ein Gedi waterfalls

Watch the sunrise on the historic Masada plateau

Float in the Dead Sea

Go camelback riding in a Bedouin village followed by an authentic feast

Hike in Ein Bokek to a desert oasis

Overnight stay in the desert

Wednesday: Magen Zion and Shopping

Intensive 24 hour workshop. Learn how to purify water, create a structure to sleep in, builld a fire, etc.

Shopping in one of the largest shopping malls in Israel

Thursday: Back to Jerusalem

Visit the Holocaust museum, Yad Vashem

Pay respects at Israel’s national cemetery of Mount Herzl

More shopping on Ben Yehuda St.

Friday: Final day

Wrap up with final Magen Zion tests and closing award ceremony

Krav Maga

Krav Maga Overview

Krav Maga is a practical and tactical system which teaches how to prevent, deal, and overcome all kinds of violence and attacks. Krav Maga prepares the trainees in the subjects of self-defence, self protection, fighting and combat skills, as well as skills to defend others, all in unique and comprehensive teachings and way. Krav-Maga was developed in Israel, under realistic demands and conditions.

Krav Maga is a horizontal system with a unique and logical approach. It is easy to learn and retain, performed naturally and intuitively, and practically be used under stressful conditions. An essential part of Krav Maga is its teaching process, methodology and ways of training.

Krav-Maga includes the subjects of:

Prevention, avoidance, escape, and evasion.

Dealing with throws and falls to all directions and angles.

Attacks and counterattacks, performed to all targets, distances, ranges, heights, angles, directions and in all rhythms. Executed from all positions and postures. Use of all sorts of common objects for defensive purposes.

Defending all unarmed attacks: punches, strikes and kicks. Releases from all sorts of grabs and holds. Defending all armed attacks and threats of knife and sharp objects; of sticks bars and other blunt objects; of all kind of firearms.

Dealing with the above attacks when sent from all possible directions and places; When are performed by a single or multiple attackers; when attacks occur in all possible places, positions and postures. Including in confined or open areas; in an ally, staircase, car; On all types of grounds; In water; when free or in limited space of movement; While standing, on the move, sitting down, laying down on the back, side or facing down.

Physical and mental control and disarm.

Krav Maga prepares the trainees to function in all circumstances and scenarios, in all combat and fighting environments, according to their needs, risks they are facing and job descriptions. Krav Maga enables and brings technical, tactical, physical and mental growth and improvements.

Krav-Maga contains special approaches, tactics, techniques, subjects, drills, and training methods for the different sectors: civilians of all ages, men and women, young and old; law-enforcement officers; military personnel and units; correction service officers and wardens; security officers; close protection officers; undercover agents; anti-terrorists groups; air-marshals; special and commando units.

Krav Maga History

The art of Krav Maga was founded by Imi Lichtenfeld (Sde - Or). Imi was born in Bratislava to a renowned police officer and circus acrobat. As a child, Imi excelled in various sports such as wrestling and boxing and practiced several martial arts. When anti-semite riots began to spread through his home town, Imi and his family were forced to immigrate to Israel (Palestine at the time).

In 1948, once Israel had declared its independence, IDF's (Israeli Defense Force) officials approached Imi and requested him to develop a system of self defense and fighting based upon his experience and his work with special forces units as the 'Hagana', 'Palmach', and 'Palyam'.

During his 20 years of service as chief instructor of hand-to-hand combat, Imi carefully refined the methods of Krav Maga, making it the official combative training for all military personnel, Israeli police, and security forces. Imi developed a doctrine enabling both fit and out-of-shape soldiers to practice it successfully. Rather than rigid movements and techniques requiring years of training, Krav Maga integrated instinctive and simple moves accessible to all.

In 1964, Imi retired from the IDF and continued teaching Krav Maga to civilians, as well as law enforcement units and military applications. The Krav Maga association was founded by Imi and several of his students in 1978, aiming to promote Krav Maga's unique techniques locally and throughout the world.

Tour of Jerusalem

Tour of Tel Aviv

Tour of the Judean valley and the Beit Guvrin caves

Tour the underground tunnels and caves that Bar Kochva hid in during the Roman revolts

Tour the Bell Caves, the Colombrium and get dirty in an archeological dig

Tour of the Galilee and Golan Heights

Kayaking along the Jordan River

Mount Ben Tal and overlook the Golan Heights and Damascus

Banyas River

Tour of Caesarea, Zichron Ya'akov and Haifa

Tour to the Judean desert, Dead Sea, Masada

Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv is the second largest city in Israel (after Jerusalem), and the largest metropolitan area. It is on the Mediterranean coast. The official name is Tel Aviv-Yafo, and reflects the fact that the city has grown beside (and absorbed) the ancient port city of Yafo, to the south of the new city center, in addition to many other neighboring cities. Tel Aviv is home to most foreign embassies.

There are a lot to do in Tel Aviv, from the each to its various amusement and water parks, from the performing arts events to the sports venues, from its local markets to high-end shopping malls. Tel Aviv also hosts a number of festivals, as well as offers a range of restaurants for every budget and every taste.


Israel, a Middle Eastern country on the Mediterranean Sea, is regarded by Jews, Christians and Muslims as the biblical Holy Land. Its most sacred sites are in Jerusalem. Within its Old City, the Temple Mount complex includes the Dome of the Rock shrine, the historic Western Wall, Al-Aqsa Mosque and Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Its financial hub, Tel Aviv, is known for Bauhaus architecture, beaches and nightlife. Israel is also known for being the birthplace of Krav Maga.

Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are included in the price. You will have three meals a day at the campus cafeteria.

Enjoy the facilities on campus - swimming pool, sports courts, walking trails, etc.

Take part in social gatherings

Tour Israel

Tikkun Olam Community Volunteering

Learn Hebrew,

  • 30 nights accommodation
  • 30 hours of Krav Maga training
  • 30 hours of Hebrew language lessons
  • 15 days of touring (out of which 2 nights camping)
  • Breakfast, lunch, and dinner
  • Airfare
  • Cell phone rental
  • Laundry services
  • Miscellaneous expense

The group will meet at Ben Gurion Airport (TLV) in June 27th and travel together to the campus in Shomrat.

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 25% of the total price.
  • The deposit is fully refundable if the booking is cancelled up to 45 days before the arrival date.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid 60 days before arrival.

Kfar Saba, Israel

Enjoy 30 days in Israel with Israel4Teens Summer Sababa, a non-denominational teens program for ages 15-18 - with Tours, Self-Defense (Krav Maga), Hebrew &more

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31 days / 30 nights


Arrival: Wednesday June 27, 2018
Departure: Friday July 27, 2018

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