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ABOUT

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Yeshivas Kayitz Mexico: A Taste of the Geulah!

Would you like to spend your mornings bringing Jews back to their roots, and afternoons on trips, tours, and 5 star accommodations?
Then Yeshivas Kayitz Mexico is for you!

Our goal is to teach Bachurim what it takes to live on Shlichus, while providing them with the summer of a lifetime!

Bachurim will learn "Toras Hashlichus” as put forth by the Meshaleach, our Rebbe.

They will visit various Shluchim and communities to learn and be inspired by those who devote themselves to this vital mission 365 days a year, 24/7.

A special curriculum has been prepared, focusing precisely on the practical aspect of Shlichus. 

Experienced Shluchim will address a wide range of topics. 
From, “What is demanded of a Shliach?”, to “How to make kosher bread when living 2,000 miles from the nearest kosher bakery”, will be explained and discussed.

All this will be done in a fun and exciting environment, with a schedule packed to the brim with activities.


Scuba diving in the beautiful coral reefs of Cozumel, ATV's through the jungle hillsides of Vallarta and across the longest suspension bridge in the world, and "Barranca" the “Grand Canyon of Mexico”, are just some of the planned attractions.

Then, relax with 5-star accomodations and fresh meals made every day by a team of chefs. 

YKM’s program will offer abundant ruchniyus, coupled with abundant gashmiyus- a foretaste of the Geulah!

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Where:

Welcome to the "Western Pearl" and "Silicon Valley" of Mexico and also the second-largest city in the country. Whether visiting for business or pleasure, the city has so many beautiful attractions to offer. In a beautiful resort Chabad of Guadalajara will be our home base, and then traveling for a couple days each week to different beautiful destinations across Mexico.

When:

Start Date: June 27,2022.

End Date: July 25, 2022.

Our Program

At Home:

Based out of breathtaking 5-star grounds our home base is fully loaded with many great amenities, some of these include a state of the art gym, full size swimming pool, soccer field, tennis courts, Sauna, Game room, and more! As our Base and starting point we will learn all about Shlichus, from their Spiritual significance to the very practical aspect of creating a wellspring of Yiddishkeit miles away from a Frum community of Yiddin.

 

Daily Schedule

A regular Daily Schedule consists of: Guided Hisbonenus circle, In-depth Maamarim, Morning exercises and drills, Davening, Shlichus found in Nigla, sports training, water sports, hiking, sightseeing, Toras Hashlichus.

On the road:

We will be traveling to different Shluchim across Mexico to Farbreng with them and hear first hand their experiences on Shlichus. We will be doing Mivtzoim with the local Jews along the way and of course adventurous trips in some of the most beautiful places on earth. 

We plan to reach a number of these destinations every summer!

Puerto Vallarta:

Puerto Vallarta is a resort town on Mexico’s Pacific coast, in Jalisco state. It is known for its beaches and water sports. Its cobblestone center is home to the boutique shops. El Malecón is a beachside promenade with contemporary art. Home to Shliach of Vallarta - Rabbi Shneur Hecht, "With their trademark warmth, humor and love, Rabbi Shneur, and Mushkie are excited to begin their journey touching the lives and igniting the souls of the Puerto Vallarta Jewish community, one Jew at a time."

Mexico City:

is the capital and largest city of Mexico and the most populous city in North America. Mexico City is one of the most important cultural and financial centers in the world. It is located in the Valley of Mexico (Valle de México), a large valley in the high plateaus in the center of Mexico, at an altitude of 2,240 meters (7,350 ft). The city has 16 subdivisions known as boroughs or demarcaciones territoriales. Directed by Head Shliach Rabbi Yosef Maizlish, in Mexico city for over 20 years he has paved the way with Mesiras Nefesh making Mexico city a wellspring for Yiddishkeit.

Chapala:

is a town and municipality in the central Mexican state of Jalisco, located on the north shore of Lake Chapala, Mexico's largest freshwater lake where you have breathtaking views. There is a growing local Jewish community and many Jewish tourists who come and visit every year, we will be doing some heavy Mivtzoim here - Merkos Shlichus Style.

Cozumel: 

A Mexican island in the Caribbean Sea, is a popular cruise ship port of call famed for its scuba diving. At Arrecifes de Cozumel National Park, there's diving spots around a section of the Mesoamerican Reef and the Museo Subacuático de Arte’s submerged sculptures. Chankanaab is an eco park surrounding a lagoon with underwater caverns, home to dolphins, manatees and sea turtles, and of course Chabad of Cozumel. Rabbi Shlomi Peleg together with Rabbi Dudi Kaplan head Chabad of Cozumel in Mexico, Rabbi Shlomi is the Island’s Chief Rabbi and the CEO of the international organization ‘Chabad Lametayel’. For the last 12 years, he has conducted a wide range of outreach, educational, social and humanitarian activities, affecting the lives of thousands of tourists and members of the local Jewish community. In addition he also heads the Island’s Yeshiva and ‘Smicha and Preparation for Shlichus’ institution and personally gives classes and lectures on a daily basis.

Playa del Carmen:

Playa del Carmen is a coastal resort town in Mexico, along the Yucatán Peninsula's Riviera Maya strip of Caribbean shoreline. In the state of Quintana Roo, it’s known for its palm-lined beaches and coral reefs. Its Quinta Avenida pedestrian thoroughfare runs parallel to the beach, with blocks of great cultural shops. Home to Beis Chabad for Israeli backpackers headed by Rabbi Chaim Brod.

Cancun:

Chabad Jewish Center, Led by Rabbi Mendy Druk is founded on the principle that, while people embrace many levels of observance in their personal lives, there should be a place for no labels, and all affiliations. A place where people can develop a sense of community and enhance their own spiritual experiences of Judaism.