Daniel lives in Israel where he blends his Jewish heritage and amiable Arab relationships with years of church teaching experience and broadcasting skills in presenting an exciting and unique touring opportunity in the Holy Land. Since Israeli law requires a licensed guide for every tour, there is an exceptional advantage with Daniel Rona as your tour guide. More than thirty-eight years of touring in the Holy Land has made him the authoritative and premier LDS Israel guide. He has guided more LDS tours than all other tour operators, universities and travel agencies combined.
Even more beneficial is listening to Daniel, focusing on the Lord . . . feeling the spirit of the Holy Land. He brings special insights to the Tribes of Judah and Joseph, and their relationship with the Savior. Far beyond site-seeing, his tours are full of scriptural, historical and cultural insight. They are as entertaining as they are educational and enlightening.
For your learning benefit, he pioneered the use of state-of-the-art headset receivers for every tour member . . . his English is crystal clear and you’ll hear every word! As an Israeli guide with a love of the Savior, he arranges the touring itinerary according to ‘events’ rather than site-seeing locations. Miles ahead of the site Daniel sets the cultural, ethnic and religious background. At each day’s end events of the day are summarized with specially prepared video programs he produced for worldwide television. You get the best of Israel . . . with an Israeli using the best American know-how . . . giving you a World-Class experience with family, friends and Israel’s only LDS guide, Daniel Rona!
Touring with Daniel Rona is providing you with a ‘Spiritual Oasis in the Holy Land’ because of Daniel’s unique background, an ISRAELI, an AMERICAN, a MORMON and a JEW.
Daniel & Steven: I can't believe how powerful the spirit has been with you. You can just feel it in the sacred places we went to.
Oh, another thought, you are thinking of bringing non-LDS friends...
You know, we talk "Mormon," because it fills such a need for you, however, many non-LDS friends who toured Israel with Steven and Daniel have said, "We were surprised, you didn’t attempt to Mormonize us!" How pleasing it is for your Catholic friends to return home as better Catholics, your Baptist friends to return as better Baptists. Even the late Maurice Abravanel, conductor of the Utah Symphony, and the late Eugene Jelesnik, favored Utah entertainer, Jewish, who toured with Daniel Rona, each said, "I’m going home as a better Jew."