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No Other Land

Jeep tour to the Golan and the Syrian border

With Ilan Shulman


Captain (Res.) Ilan Shulman, a disabled IDF veteran, divides his time fulfilling his IDF reserve duties in the Northern Command’s intelligence department, guiding geopolitical tours on the Galilee and Golan Heights. Lecturing students for Middle East steadies. Give geopolitic breathings for delegations as part of the Israeli forenge ministry programs.

He live in Kibbutz Merom Golan near the border with Syria. At 18, he was drafted to the IDF and served in the paratroop unit, rising to the position of a company commander. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Israel and Middle East studies.

Ilan Shulman

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Ongoing Tours

Jeeps On The Way

Jeeps On The Way

"On the Drive To The Golan"

Golan Heights Road Trip

Golan Heights Road Trip

"A view From The Drivers Side"

Tanks Training

Tanks Training

"A Group Picture With A Tank"

Welcome to my tours

Jeep tour to the Golan and the Syrian border

(Example for a tour)


After meeting on kibbutz Merom Golan, the first Israeli community established in the Golan Heights – will use the off roads crossing Quneitra valley and see the backyard of the kibbutz and the way we live here.

Acres of orchards and unique ways of irrigation, water reserve, winter crops at the summer time, cattle raising and more…

Part of the kibbutz land consider as part of the Israeli defense line along the Syrian border.

Will see how it built and combine military needs with civilian use. The plan it's to stop in one of the Israeli bunkers, near the border for seeing inside Syria and understanding about the complicated relationship between the two countries and the Syrian civil war.

Next place its Quneitra, pre 67' the capital city of the Syrian Golan and today a ghost town.

We will get to the border crossing, the Israeli soldiers from one side and the Syrians rebels from the other. By crossing the crater of mount Avital, the trails will bring us back to the kibbutz.

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