14 reviews of Highlights of Israel Day Trip from Tel Aviv: Jerusalem and the Dead Sea
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Reviewed by Patricia A, October 2012
We were picked up at 7am, and taken to the meeting site...We boarded the Jerusalem Dead Sea tour...we brought snacks and bottle water for the road trip,(its a long day, highly recomend it..) our tour guide was very informative and nice...the holy city is amazing a must see, before the dead sea we stopped at a rest stop to buy food and water and souvenirs, then to the dead sea...also amazing, wish we could have spent more time there enjoying the public beach....we had a great time..we love VIATOR..thank you for taking good care of us.....Jimmy, Becky, and Donna from Arizona, USA.....
Reviewed by melindamack, April 2012
The tour guides were excellent and though I thought the bus changing was a bit excessive, it was well organized! The bus even dropped me off at the airport after my trip which was just awesome and I'm so appreciative for this! I would recommend this trip to anyone travelling to Israel and hope that I'm able to go back to Israel and see more of this stunning country! :)
Reviewed by Nicholas R, March 2012
Seems almost impossible to get through so much history in one morning! A comprehensive introduction to old Jerusalem with all the must see sights, including the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and the Wailing/Western Wall (where there is time to pray and place a wish). In the afternoon you get a couple of hours at the Dead Sea, which is plenty of time. Lunch was a traditional stuffed pitta bread with a drink of your choice for a reasonable 40 Shekels. There was a short compulsory stop at a gift shop, but zero pressure and there were things worth buying. The guide was extremely knowledgeable and humourous. Recommended.
Reviewed by NATTANYA A, March 2011
Wonderful trip. Dynamic guide in Haya.
Tks a million.
Reviewed by Lauren A M, February 2013
Good tour. The tour guides were knowledgeable and friendly. My main (but small) criticism is that the tour felt so packed that it was sometimes difficult to fully experience parts of the tour (e.g., stations of the cross). Other than that, very good.
Reviewed by tony m, February 2013
Very good service, guide was very knowledgeable and looked after everyone well. We were very unlucky to have bad weather which stopped us visiting the Dead Sea. However the tour guide was very good at explaining and rearranging the day so we got to see Bethlehem instead which was very worthwhile.
Reviewed by Jason G, May 2012
First half of the day was excellent. Tour guide was very knowledgable, friendly and funny. Really enjoyed this part of the day. When we split up and went to the Dead Sea - this was a little disappointing. The guide was more of a driver and just said - "Ok see you back here in 2 hours". Was at the Dead Sea for too long.
Reviewed by Mark W, March 2012
The Dead Sea was amazing but I felt like we were rushed through Jerusalem. The guides was very rude to some of the other guests.
Reviewed by W C, October 2010
Reviewed by Francis A. P, November 2011
We didn;t like this tour. Too many tourists (41)for the guide. We could not hear and/or understand her. The resort where the bus took us was old and bad. Food was ok except for all the flys around. No mud baths available as advertised. We didn't eat lunch until 2:30 PM which was way too late to eat.
Reviewed by Pascual S, October 2010
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