A psychologist, freelance journalist-writer, an amateur cook and a human-lover. I live with my family in the very south of Tel Aviv, which I’m deeply in love with (I mean the South, but also the Fam). I’m absolutely certain that the best way to a person’s heart is that one perfect bite.
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Let’s go together on our unfiltered tours.
So...Who are the Tour Guides?
Thought you’d never ask. Bhuka’s guides are our number one asset: a group of professionals who know how to connect a random list of places to a story and an experience. They are crazy about food, drink wine like they’re from Bordeaux and absolutely love people. Come and meet them.
I’m deeply intrigued by people, always want to eat and I love the sea - a combination that brought me to live in the heart of the Yemenite Quarter. I practice yoga and some inner peace, but on our tours I'm all about the mess.
A DJ and a jewelry-maker with a Management degree.
I love making people happy with my music and food, cooking and hosting. Trivia is my jam and every new, surprising thing can make me happy. I live in South Tel-Aviv with a very big lady dog named Artemis.
I spend most of my time with kids (and love it so much), live in South Tel Aviv and taking courses to develop my subconscious. I love people, food and dogs, but I’m cool with cats as well. I’m recently discovering that good food goes well with practically everything. So does wine, by the way.
Shelly Ben Yosef
I’m an actress, so we’re going to have a problem if you’ll steal the focus from me. People are intriguing to me and I’d like to say that wine improves me - but it is arguable. Food-guilty-pleasure: eating surreal dishes from culture far away. Let’s just say that termites taste like nigella.
Tel Aviv born and raised, so I don’t rest: I’m an actress (mostly comedy), do not like routines, addicted to adventures, there’s never a dull moment in my head. I love getting excited and making other people happy. Every kind of good meal brings me joy, but I’m mostly into the dessert. Specifically, lemon tart.
I live in Tel Aviv and fully enjoy the legendary combination of food and theater, yet I’m a Jerusalem boy who always misses the human diversity, the sense of community and the traditions. When I’m guiding the tour, besides making sure you’ll eat and drink a lot, I always seek for ways to bring people and ideas together.