About Passover Listings
We are the TripAdvisor and Yelp for Passover Programs. The reason why we created this website was to make it easier and more transparent for a Pesach vacationer to choose from one of many amazing Passover Programs. In turn, our Passover Program owners love our website since it’s very easy to track a customer lead through our website all the way to an actual purchase!
For Our Customers: We Make it Simple and User Friendly! We want to make it very simple for customers to search for a Passover program, review and rate a program, share their stories through our blog, subscribe to our newsletter for upcoming deals, and have ALL the information (including price!) that they need, in ONE place.
For Our Program Owners: #1 Passover Only Site with Highest Customer Exposure & Reach! For Pesach Program owners, we make it very easy for you to upload videos, pictures, prices, events and locate reviews all in ONE place. As a Passover Program Owner, you can run your own ads on our site where you want and for how long you want! The best part for owners is that you will now TRULY know who is coming to you listing and track a sale through our easy-to-use Private Dashboard! You will also be able to respond to reviews and messages instantaneously instead of guessing who that person is. Lastly, you can provide coupons and deals all through our site in ONE place. We make it easy for YOU!
In summary, our core differentiators are:
Transparency – (Back-end Dashboard, Deals, Price, Reviews & Program Reputations!)
Passover Program Details – (Destination, Amenity Breakouts & More!)
Kosher Travel for the Jewish Traveler
Kosher travel has never been so easy, thanks in part, to the network of Jewish travelers who are constantly updating apps, sites, and blogs with kosher food options. If you’ve got a ‘cruise to the Greek Islands’ or ‘camping out in an African safari’ on your bucket list, there’s likely more than one kosher option for you. While traveling kosher isn’t a novel idea, having gourmet kosher food prepared for you and your party is rather new and developing. The number of kosher travelers benefiting from this Jewish travel market, signing up to see the world, but with class and style-is blossoming. Don’t be surprised if the most sought after job within Jewish Travel is ‘Kosher Travel Wine Connoisseur’ whose sole purpose is to pair the perfect wine with your gourmet meal while you take in the elephants roaming as the sun sets.
Our children’s generation will never understand the time and effort involved in kosher travel as it once was. Living off of salami, tuna, granola bars-anything that packed well in a suitcase is a thing of the past. Spending $5000 on your trip to Hawaii but eating peanut butter and jelly for dinner loses its appeal to the Jewish traveler that sticks to higher standards than eating at a vegan restaurant while away. We’ve raised a generation of foodies whereby the delectable food is a major component, if not one that outweighs the other pleasantries of the entire trip. There are entire Facebook group communities dedicated to Jewish travel and several blogs available online that have lots of good ideas for traveling kosher. Did you know that a religious master chef from a world renowned kosher restaurant in the heart of NYC moved to Maui and runs a farm where he schects his own meat and nurtures his cows and chickens for milk and eggs? If you want to travel kosher, there’s no better way to do it than from Kosher Farm-to-Resort Balcony.
As the quality of our lives enhance, by way of our home, car, GDP etc. our expectations of a kosher vacation grow. Jewish travel companies are competing well to grab the kosher traveler early in the planning stages. They each try to one up each other with unique kosher amenities, as it has become the norm and basics to include a 24 hour kosher tea room, that doesn’t just serve tea. Prayer services, lectures, day camp, and a plethora of night activities are the now totally all-encompassing Jewish travel. Kosher Travel has morphed itself into the Club Med concept but with a kosher stamp.