When it comes to planning Passover vacations, there are a few things you will want to keep in mind. First and foremost, you should decide which type of vacation you would like to have. Do you prefer a traditional family holiday with all the traditional activities, or do you want something more adventurous?
Once you’ve decided on the type of vacation, you’ll need to find a destination that appeals to everyone. Popular spots for Passover vacations include Israel, Morocco, and Spain. Of course, you can also stay in your own country or even closer home if you prefer.
When choosing an accommodation, look into hotels that cater specifically to Passover travelers. Many offer special packages for a holiday, and some even feature specifically-designed kosher meals prepared under rabbinical supervision.
It’s also important to plan when it comes to activities during your vacation. The traditional Seder meal is essential, but you may also want to explore other historical and religious sites. Look into guided tours or self-guided visits to local synagogues and museums for a more in-depth experience.