Because of the time and effort required to ensure a kosher for Passover experience, Passover programs were developed. Where to go, what to do, what to eat, and what to watch on TV today is a virtual free-for-all. Here are the five main types of Passover Programs
Types Of Passovers
· Conventional Theory
In terms of being “most inclusive,” the Classical Model wins. All meals and housing are provided during these programs. They also offer a day camp-style program for kids with a wide range of speakers, performances, and other activities throughout the event. There is a broad range of “restaurants” and “mini-markets” selling food to go. Almost everywhere has a tea room open around the clock. (Of course, the name is a bit of a misnomer, as you won’t be able to find any tea; instead, you can expect to find a veritable feast, complete with shakes, sushi, pastries, beverages, ice cream, candies, fresh fruit, and so on.) That’s just the beginning of a long list.
· Complete System Design
The All-Inclusive Model incorporates every feature of the Classical Model and more. All excursions and activities for these Passover Programs are bundled into one low price. Everything from ski passes and equipment rentals to island cruises and Jewish history tours in the area is fair game. The rundown of possibilities is infinite. The upside is that you can organize and budget for everything in advance. You won’t have to worry about being alone in a strange land.
· Model For A Private Villa Program
Some Passover programs offer group rentals of a resort’s private villas for more significant celebrations. The family-friendly resort is where guests can stay in a residential space and still enjoy the resort’s amenities and services. Meals and housekeeping will be delivered to your villa as part of the Pesach program, which includes some or all of the amenities found in our Classic and All-Inclusive Packages.
· Accommodations Only Plan
Many hotels are kosher all year round. Some of these lodging options even have their minyanim or are situated in neighborhoods with synagogues. Following the gathering of their kitchen for the holiday of Pesach, they continue to serve in this capacity (s).
· Diy Template
You will be responsible for making your hotel reservations and restaurant reservations. In highly visited areas, the local Shul often serves as the focal point (think: Hawaii). Except for food, they offer no other services.