SUMMER EXPERIENCES

Stand UP Dominican Republic + Ambassadors to Argentina

Expand your horizons across the Americas combining a rewarding volunteering experience in the Dominican Republic followed by a true cross-cultural journey with local Jewish teens on Ambassadors to Argentina.

On Stand UP Dominican Republic you’ll connect with different aspects of Dominican society through a series of educational service projects in support of local children, migrants from Haiti, and others in need. There’s also plenty of time to discover the island’s natural richness and learn about the unique history of Jewish Dominican life.

Then continue on to the heart of South America on Ambassadors to Argentina, a two-week experience that pairs Jewish teens from North America with their peers from Buenos Aires. Together you’ll take part in joint service projects, go on bonding adventures at Iguazu Falls, immerse yourself in local Jewish communal life firsthand, spend a memorable Shabbat with a host family, and explore beautiful Buenos Aires—known as the Paris of South America!

Program Highlights

For a more detailed view of the program, check out the Program Itinerary

Learn about Dominican culture and society.
Volunteer with local youth, Haitian migrants and for the Jewish community.
Get to know the local Jewish community is Sosusa and Santo Domingo.
Learn about effort to introduce sustainable farming and improved public health.
Explore caves, beaches, rivers, and jungles!
Zip-lining in the mountains and playing the monkeys in the Monkey Jungle.
Learn local dancing and cooking techniques.
Soak up the sun on a Dominican Beach!
Explore Argentina alongside local Jewish teens
Visit the stunning Iguazu waterfalls
Experience the lush rain forest by zip line, boat and on foot
Take part in volunteer projects with the local Jewish community in Buenos Aires
Spend a meaningful Shabbat in Buenos Aires with host familes
Tour the world class and stylish city of Buenos Aires
Learn about local Jewish history and contemporary life
Navigate the canals of the Tigre Delta at the mouth of the Parana River

How the Connection Works

As a connected experience, this program combines Stand Up Dominican Republic + Ambassadors to Argentina. At the end of Stand Up Dominican Republic, those making the connection will continue on to Argentina, generally arriving around the same time as the remainder of the Ambassadors to Argentina group. Trip connections are always supervised and all-inclusive. The cost of the connecting flight from the Dominican Republic to Argentina is included as part of our optional supervised flight.

We have provided the following sample itinerary to give you a better feel for this experience, including the types of accommodations we use. The actual program may vary slightly. An updated itinerary is distributed 3-4 weeks prior to the start of the program.

DAY #1 | Sunday | Departing for the Dominican Republic

  • Flight to the Dominican Republic
  • Check-in to hotel accommodations & welcome activities

DAY #2 | Monday | DREAM Introduction

  • DREAM Center tour/introductions
  • Ice-breakers and scavenger hunt with local youth
  • Mini camp orientation and prep at Local DREAM Community School

DAY #3 | Tuesday | Community Engagement

  • Facilitate BBYO mini camp
  • Enjoy standup paddle-boarding
  • Learn about Dominican/Haitian relations
  • Tour of Batey Caraballo community
  • Activities with Haitian migrants and youth

DAY #4 | Wednesday | Learning

  • Facilitate BBYO mini camp
  • Sosua Jewish Museum tour
  • Q&A session with Edith, “The Sosua Jews”
  • River boat cruise
  • Bonfire and Bachata show

DAY #6 | Friday | Art

  • Facilitate BBYO mini camp
  • Travel to Luis Hess School for art classes with students
  • Enjoy Shabbat with the Jewish community of Sosua

DAY #7 | Saturday | Shabbat

  • Shabbat morning services
  • Enjoy a restful Shabbat

DAY #8 | Sunday | Beach Day

  • Tour Laguna Gri Gri
  • Fun in the sun at Playa Grande

DAY #9 | Monday | Service

  • Facilitate BBYO mini camp
  • Tour and service project at Sosua Jewish Cemetery
  • Hike in El Choco National Park
  • Discuss Baseball in the Dominican Republic with Pedro, a local Baseball coach

DAY #10 | Tuesday | Adventure

  • Facilitate BBYO mini camp
  • Sustainable farm tour in Los Brazos
  • Tube down the river of Rio de Yasica

DAY #11 | Wednesday | End of BBYO Mini Camp

  • Facilitate BBYO mini camp
  • Farewell party for BBYO mini camp

DAY #12 | Thursday | Travel to Santo Domingo

  • Drive to Santo Domingo
  • Check-in to accommodations
  • Explore Zona Colonial

DAY #13 | Friday | Shabbat Shalom

  • Experience Shabbat service with the local community in Santo Domingo

DAY #14 | Saturday | Rest

  • Shabbat morning services
  • Enjoy a restful Shabbat

DAY #15 | Sunday | Day of touring

  • Tour and explore Alcázar de Colón and Fortaleza Ozama
  • Parque Colon and shopping in El Conde
  • Tour Los Tres Ojos
  • Travel to and tour El Sendero del Cacao (Chocolate)
  • Shopping in Cabarete
  • Explore Mirador Park

DAY #16 | Monday | Monkeys & Goodbyes

  • Experience Teleferico Cable Car
  • Tour Teleferico
  • Mountain top lunch!
  • Zip-line and Monkey Jungle tour
  • Depart from the Dominican Republic

DAY #17 | Tuesday | Travel to Argentina

  • Depart from the Dominican Republic on a supervised flight.

DAY #18 | Wednesday | Orientation to Argentina!

  • Arrive in the morning to Ezeiza International Airport outside of Buenos Aires
  • Begin your day with breakfast at a local restaurant and meet the Argentinian teens
  • Tour Buenos Aires – Palermo Gardens and Recoleta
  • Check into our accommodations, get settled and relax
  • Overnight: Cyan Hotel, Recoleta

DAY #19 | Thursday | Jewish Buenos Aires

  • Visit the Pink house, San Telmo and Puerto Madero
  • Tour Jewish Buenos Aires – The AMIA Memorial
  • Afternoon service project at the L’Dar v’Dor center for aged
  • Overnight: Cyan Hotel, Recoleta

DAY #20 | Friday | Service Day

  • Travel outside Buenos Aires for a day-long service project
  • Classify tons of food to serve a community in need and visit a local soup kitchen to play with their kids
  • Return to Buenos Aires and prepare for Shabbat
  • Travel to Pilar and the Hebraica campus
  • Experience Jewish traditions in Argentina at the Hebraica campus in Pilar
  • Overnight: Hebraica Dormitories

DAY #21 | Saturday | Shabbat in Buenos Airea

  • Shabbat experience and lunch as a group
  • Explore the Hebraica campus – Sports, activities and free time
  • Close Shabbat with tango lessons and begin the new week with Havdallah
  • Overnight: Host Families

DAY #22 | Sunday | Parana River

  • Breakfast and morning activities with our host families
  •  Lunch in Hebraica
  • Head to the local airport and enjoy a snack together before departure
  • Board a domestic flight to Puerto Iguazu in the far north of Argentina
  • Overnight: Misiones El Pueblito Hotel, Iguazu

DAY #23 | Monday | Iguazu Waterfalls

  • Enjoy a full day in Iguazu National Park
  • Navigate a network of catwalk close to the massive falls
  • View a wide range of animals in one of Argentina’s most eco-diverse regions
  • Overnight: Misiones El Pueblito Hotel, Iguazu

DAY #24 | Tuesday | Iguazu Waterfalls

  • Zip line into the jungle and fly through the trees like one of Iguazu’s Toucans!
  • Dinner and evening programming with the group
  • Overnight: Misiones El Pueblito Hotel, Iguazu

DAY #25 | Wednesday | Buenos Aires

  • Fly back from Iguazu to Buenos Aires
  • Free time visiting Palermo
  • Evening: Experience the Fuerza Bruta show in Recoleta
  • Overnight: Cyan Hotel, Recoleta

DAY #26 | Thursday | Ranch Day

  • Drive out of the city and visit a traditional Argentinian ranch estate
  • Discover the gaucho (Latin American cowboy) culture and enjoy a kosher BBQ party
  • Overnight: Cyan Hotel, Recoleta

DAY #27 | Friday | Tigre

  • Travel to Tigre, just north of Buenos Aires for the day
  • River tour through Tigre Delta and surrounding area
  • Adventure activities and beach time at Delta Terra
  • Return to the hotel to prepare for Shabbat
  • Shabbat services at Libertad Synagogue and dinner with the local community.
  • Overnight: Cyan Hotel, Recoleta

DAY #28 | Saturday | Shabbat

  • Shabbat experience
  • Walk to Recoleta
  • Evening: Farewell dinner party
  • Overnight: Cyan Hotel, Recoleta

DAY #29 | Sunday | San Telmo and Boca

  • Explore the colorful open-air markets of San Telmo and Boca neighborhoods
  • Watch tango dancing in the streets and shop for local crafts
  • Evening: Final farewells and board overnight flight back to the United States

DAY #30 | Monday | Farewell

  • Arrive back to the United States in the morning

You have questions? We’ve got answers! Our most frequently asked questions for this program are answered below. Additional program-wide FAQs are also available. Contact us to learn more.

How will my teen travel to the program?
Families are responsible for making their own flight arrangements to our arrival and departure cities based on guidance that we provide in the spring. A designated supervised flight may be offered, which means you will be able to purchase your own individual ticket on a flight that is supervised by our staff. Learn more about our supervised flights.

Where will my teen be sleeping?
In the Dominican Republic, the group stays in 3-star hotels. In Argentina, the group stays in several different kinds of accommodations, including 3-star hotels, camp dormitories, and host families (spend a night at a home of one of our community members). When booking our accommodations, we request for each teen to have their own sleeping accommodations in a shared living space.

How is the program staffed?
The group is accompanied by a team of madrichim (counselors), a local tour leader, and a bus driver. Staff names are sent out approximately 3-4 weeks prior to your departure as part of the pre-trip preparation email series. Staff are asked to make welcome calls to families before departure. Learn more about our staff team.

What’s the summer weather like?
The Dominican Republic is a tropical country but the weather varies greatly from region to region. In the highland areas you can expect cooler weather in the 60s to 70s. Along the lowland coast, the weather is typically in the 80s or even 90s during the day. June and July fall within the Dominican Republic’s rainy season. This means that rain is common, often ocurring in the late afternoon or evening.

August falls at the end of Argentina’s winter. Expect it to be in the 50s-60s in Buenos Aires and 70s-80s in Iguazu. We suggest bringing layers and a winter jacket.

How do you approach security?
The safety of the teens under our care is our guiding consideration, and out of an abundance of caution, we do travel with a guard in Argentina. Learn more about our organization’s approach to safety & security.

What’s the typical group size?
Although it varies from year to year, our average group size in the Dominican Republic is 15 teens and 25 teens (including local Argentinian teens) in Argentina.

What’s the food like?

As a travel-based program, our meals take a variety of forms and may include hotel buffets, restaurants, specially catered meals and allowance funds for participants to purchase a meal on their own. All food provided by BBYO Passport experiences in Israel are kosher. Some meals that we provide outside of Israel may be certified kosher, but most meals are not. When a meal is served in a public buffet format (e.g. hotel breakfast), we will always ensure that there are vegetarian or pescatarian options available, but we will also not restrict teens from eating the food of their choice. Some meals may be provided via an allowance system whereby teens will be given cash to purchase the food of their choice. Such meals are typically arranged in an area where there are multiple restaurant options, and teens can choose the food of their liking. In situations where time is of the essence, staff may choose to facilitate meal orders on behalf of teens using their allowance funds, including non-kosher orders. When the group eats at non-kosher restaurants with a pre-ordered menu, the options will only consist of vegetarian or pescatarian dishes. Participants with special dietary situations (i.e. lactose intolerance, gluten-free, kosher, etc.) should contact us in advance to be sure we can accommodate your needs during the program. In both the Dominican Republic and Argentina, expect to eat seasoned rice, beans, tropical fruit and veggies, plantains, and much more. Vegetarians will have no problems eating well on this trip.

Will I need a visa?
If you travel with an American, Canadian, or EU passport – good news! – you don’t need a visa to enter the Dominican Republic or Argentina. If you travel with a passport from another country, you may need a visa. Contact your nearest Bulgarian/Israeli embassy or consulate for additional details.

For more information, check out our general FAQs.

How the Connection Works

As a connected experience, this program combines Stand Up Dominican Republic + Ambassadors to Argentina. At the end of Stand Up Dominican Republic, those making the connection will continue on to Argentina, generally arriving around the same time as the remainder of the Ambassadors to Argentina group. Trip connections are always supervised and all-inclusive. The cost of the connecting flight from the Dominican Republic to Argentina is included as part of our optional supervised flight.

On Stand UP Dominican Republic you’ll connect with different aspects of Dominican society through a series of educational service projects in support of local children, migrants from Haiti, and others in need. There’s also plenty of time to discover the island’s natural richness and learn about the unique history of Jewish Dominican life.

Then continue on to the heart of South America on Ambassadors to Argentina, a two-week experience that pairs Jewish teens from North America with their peers from Buenos Aires. Together you’ll take part in joint service projects, go on bonding adventures at Iguazu Falls, immerse yourself in local Jewish communal life firsthand, spend a memorable Shabbat with a host family, and explore beautiful Buenos Aires—known as the Paris of South America!

Program Highlights

For a more detailed view of the program, check out the Program Itinerary

Learn about Dominican culture and society.
Volunteer with local youth, Haitian migrants and for the Jewish community.
Get to know the local Jewish community is Sosusa and Santo Domingo.
Learn about effort to introduce sustainable farming and improved public health.
Explore caves, beaches, rivers, and jungles!
Zip-lining in the mountains and playing the monkeys in the Monkey Jungle.
Learn local dancing and cooking techniques.
Soak up the sun on a Dominican Beach!
Explore Argentina alongside local Jewish teens
Visit the stunning Iguazu waterfalls
Experience the lush rain forest by zip line, boat and on foot
Take part in volunteer projects with the local Jewish community in Buenos Aires
Spend a meaningful Shabbat in Buenos Aires with host familes
Tour the world class and stylish city of Buenos Aires
Learn about local Jewish history and contemporary life
Navigate the canals of the Tigre Delta at the mouth of the Parana River

How the Connection Works

As a connected experience, this program combines Stand Up Dominican Republic + Ambassadors to Argentina. At the end of Stand Up Dominican Republic, those making the connection will continue on to Argentina, generally arriving around the same time as the remainder of the Ambassadors to Argentina group. Trip connections are always supervised and all-inclusive. The cost of the connecting flight from the Dominican Republic to Argentina is included as part of our optional supervised flight.

We have provided the following sample itinerary to give you a better feel for this experience, including the types of accommodations we use. The actual program may vary slightly. An updated itinerary is distributed 3-4 weeks prior to the start of the program.

DAY #1 | Sunday | Departing for the Dominican Republic

  • Flight to the Dominican Republic
  • Check-in to hotel accommodations & welcome activities

DAY #2 | Monday | DREAM Introduction

  • DREAM Center tour/introductions
  • Ice-breakers and scavenger hunt with local youth
  • Mini camp orientation and prep at Local DREAM Community School

DAY #3 | Tuesday | Community Engagement

  • Facilitate BBYO mini camp
  • Enjoy standup paddle-boarding
  • Learn about Dominican/Haitian relations
  • Tour of Batey Caraballo community
  • Activities with Haitian migrants and youth

DAY #4 | Wednesday | Learning

  • Facilitate BBYO mini camp
  • Sosua Jewish Museum tour
  • Q&A session with Edith, “The Sosua Jews”
  • River boat cruise
  • Bonfire and Bachata show

DAY #6 | Friday | Art

  • Facilitate BBYO mini camp
  • Travel to Luis Hess School for art classes with students
  • Enjoy Shabbat with the Jewish community of Sosua

DAY #7 | Saturday | Shabbat

  • Shabbat morning services
  • Enjoy a restful Shabbat

DAY #8 | Sunday | Beach Day

  • Tour Laguna Gri Gri
  • Fun in the sun at Playa Grande

DAY #9 | Monday | Service

  • Facilitate BBYO mini camp
  • Tour and service project at Sosua Jewish Cemetery
  • Hike in El Choco National Park
  • Discuss Baseball in the Dominican Republic with Pedro, a local Baseball coach

DAY #10 | Tuesday | Adventure

  • Facilitate BBYO mini camp
  • Sustainable farm tour in Los Brazos
  • Tube down the river of Rio de Yasica

DAY #11 | Wednesday | End of BBYO Mini Camp

  • Facilitate BBYO mini camp
  • Farewell party for BBYO mini camp

DAY #12 | Thursday | Travel to Santo Domingo

  • Drive to Santo Domingo
  • Check-in to accommodations
  • Explore Zona Colonial

DAY #13 | Friday | Shabbat Shalom

  • Experience Shabbat service with the local community in Santo Domingo

DAY #14 | Saturday | Rest

  • Shabbat morning services
  • Enjoy a restful Shabbat

DAY #15 | Sunday | Day of touring

  • Tour and explore Alcázar de Colón and Fortaleza Ozama
  • Parque Colon and shopping in El Conde
  • Tour Los Tres Ojos
  • Travel to and tour El Sendero del Cacao (Chocolate)
  • Shopping in Cabarete
  • Explore Mirador Park

DAY #16 | Monday | Monkeys & Goodbyes

  • Experience Teleferico Cable Car
  • Tour Teleferico
  • Mountain top lunch!
  • Zip-line and Monkey Jungle tour
  • Depart from the Dominican Republic

DAY #17 | Tuesday | Travel to Argentina

  • Depart from the Dominican Republic on a supervised flight.

DAY #18 | Wednesday | Orientation to Argentina!

  • Arrive in the morning to Ezeiza International Airport outside of Buenos Aires
  • Begin your day with breakfast at a local restaurant and meet the Argentinian teens
  • Tour Buenos Aires – Palermo Gardens and Recoleta
  • Check into our accommodations, get settled and relax
  • Overnight: Cyan Hotel, Recoleta

DAY #19 | Thursday | Jewish Buenos Aires

  • Visit the Pink house, San Telmo and Puerto Madero
  • Tour Jewish Buenos Aires – The AMIA Memorial
  • Afternoon service project at the L’Dar v’Dor center for aged
  • Overnight: Cyan Hotel, Recoleta

DAY #20 | Friday | Service Day

  • Travel outside Buenos Aires for a day-long service project
  • Classify tons of food to serve a community in need and visit a local soup kitchen to play with their kids
  • Return to Buenos Aires and prepare for Shabbat
  • Travel to Pilar and the Hebraica campus
  • Experience Jewish traditions in Argentina at the Hebraica campus in Pilar
  • Overnight: Hebraica Dormitories

DAY #21 | Saturday | Shabbat in Buenos Airea

  • Shabbat experience and lunch as a group
  • Explore the Hebraica campus – Sports, activities and free time
  • Close Shabbat with tango lessons and begin the new week with Havdallah
  • Overnight: Host Families

DAY #22 | Sunday | Parana River

  • Breakfast and morning activities with our host families
  •  Lunch in Hebraica
  • Head to the local airport and enjoy a snack together before departure
  • Board a domestic flight to Puerto Iguazu in the far north of Argentina
  • Overnight: Misiones El Pueblito Hotel, Iguazu

DAY #23 | Monday | Iguazu Waterfalls

  • Enjoy a full day in Iguazu National Park
  • Navigate a network of catwalk close to the massive falls
  • View a wide range of animals in one of Argentina’s most eco-diverse regions
  • Overnight: Misiones El Pueblito Hotel, Iguazu

DAY #24 | Tuesday | Iguazu Waterfalls

  • Zip line into the jungle and fly through the trees like one of Iguazu’s Toucans!
  • Dinner and evening programming with the group
  • Overnight: Misiones El Pueblito Hotel, Iguazu

DAY #25 | Wednesday | Buenos Aires

  • Fly back from Iguazu to Buenos Aires
  • Free time visiting Palermo
  • Evening: Experience the Fuerza Bruta show in Recoleta
  • Overnight: Cyan Hotel, Recoleta

DAY #26 | Thursday | Ranch Day

  • Drive out of the city and visit a traditional Argentinian ranch estate
  • Discover the gaucho (Latin American cowboy) culture and enjoy a kosher BBQ party
  • Overnight: Cyan Hotel, Recoleta

DAY #27 | Friday | Tigre

  • Travel to Tigre, just north of Buenos Aires for the day
  • River tour through Tigre Delta and surrounding area
  • Adventure activities and beach time at Delta Terra
  • Return to the hotel to prepare for Shabbat
  • Shabbat services at Libertad Synagogue and dinner with the local community.
  • Overnight: Cyan Hotel, Recoleta

DAY #28 | Saturday | Shabbat

  • Shabbat experience
  • Walk to Recoleta
  • Evening: Farewell dinner party
  • Overnight: Cyan Hotel, Recoleta

DAY #29 | Sunday | San Telmo and Boca

  • Explore the colorful open-air markets of San Telmo and Boca neighborhoods
  • Watch tango dancing in the streets and shop for local crafts
  • Evening: Final farewells and board overnight flight back to the United States

DAY #30 | Monday | Farewell

  • Arrive back to the United States in the morning

You have questions? We’ve got answers! Our most frequently asked questions for this program are answered below. Additional program-wide FAQs are also available. Contact us to learn more.

How will my teen travel to the program?
Families are responsible for making their own flight arrangements to our arrival and departure cities based on guidance that we provide in the spring. A designated supervised flight may be offered, which means you will be able to purchase your own individual ticket on a flight that is supervised by our staff. Learn more about our supervised flights.

Where will my teen be sleeping?
In the Dominican Republic, the group stays in 3-star hotels. In Argentina, the group stays in several different kinds of accommodations, including 3-star hotels, camp dormitories, and host families (spend a night at a home of one of our community members). When booking our accommodations, we request for each teen to have their own sleeping accommodations in a shared living space.

How is the program staffed?
The group is accompanied by a team of madrichim (counselors), a local tour leader, and a bus driver. Staff names are sent out approximately 3-4 weeks prior to your departure as part of the pre-trip preparation email series. Staff are asked to make welcome calls to families before departure. Learn more about our staff team.

What’s the summer weather like?
The Dominican Republic is a tropical country but the weather varies greatly from region to region. In the highland areas you can expect cooler weather in the 60s to 70s. Along the lowland coast, the weather is typically in the 80s or even 90s during the day. June and July fall within the Dominican Republic’s rainy season. This means that rain is common, often ocurring in the late afternoon or evening.

August falls at the end of Argentina’s winter. Expect it to be in the 50s-60s in Buenos Aires and 70s-80s in Iguazu. We suggest bringing layers and a winter jacket.

How do you approach security?
The safety of the teens under our care is our guiding consideration, and out of an abundance of caution, we do travel with a guard in Argentina. Learn more about our organization’s approach to safety & security.

What’s the typical group size?
Although it varies from year to year, our average group size in the Dominican Republic is 15 teens and 25 teens (including local Argentinian teens) in Argentina.

What’s the food like?

As a travel-based program, our meals take a variety of forms and may include hotel buffets, restaurants, specially catered meals and allowance funds for participants to purchase a meal on their own. All food provided by BBYO Passport experiences in Israel are kosher. Some meals that we provide outside of Israel may be certified kosher, but most meals are not. When a meal is served in a public buffet format (e.g. hotel breakfast), we will always ensure that there are vegetarian or pescatarian options available, but we will also not restrict teens from eating the food of their choice. Some meals may be provided via an allowance system whereby teens will be given cash to purchase the food of their choice. Such meals are typically arranged in an area where there are multiple restaurant options, and teens can choose the food of their liking. In situations where time is of the essence, staff may choose to facilitate meal orders on behalf of teens using their allowance funds, including non-kosher orders. When the group eats at non-kosher restaurants with a pre-ordered menu, the options will only consist of vegetarian or pescatarian dishes. Participants with special dietary situations (i.e. lactose intolerance, gluten-free, kosher, etc.) should contact us in advance to be sure we can accommodate your needs during the program. In both the Dominican Republic and Argentina, expect to eat seasoned rice, beans, tropical fruit and veggies, plantains, and much more. Vegetarians will have no problems eating well on this trip.

Will I need a visa?
If you travel with an American, Canadian, or EU passport – good news! – you don’t need a visa to enter the Dominican Republic or Argentina. If you travel with a passport from another country, you may need a visa. Contact your nearest Bulgarian/Israeli embassy or consulate for additional details.

For more information, check out our general FAQs.

How the Connection Works

As a connected experience, this program combines Stand Up Dominican Republic + Ambassadors to Argentina. At the end of Stand Up Dominican Republic, those making the connection will continue on to Argentina, generally arriving around the same time as the remainder of the Ambassadors to Argentina group. Trip connections are always supervised and all-inclusive. The cost of the connecting flight from the Dominican Republic to Argentina is included as part of our optional supervised flight.

 

PROGRAM REVIEWS

Stand UP Dominican Republic + Ambassadors to Argentina

Expand your horizons across the Americas combining a rewarding volunteering experience in the Dominican Republic followed by a true cross-cultural journey with local Jewish teens on Ambassadors to Argentina.

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