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* Arrive to Petra, and enjoy a tour of the unique UNESCO World Heritage Site, the city of Petra led by an experienced local Jordanian English speaking guide.
* Enter the amazing historical site the lost city of Petra( fully led by our expert guide ) including the Siq,Obelisk Tomb, Calligraphy,Treasury and the Theater.o the city of Petra and embark upon a tour of the site as 1 of the 7 Wonders Of The World.
* Eat authentic lunch at a local restaurant after the visit at Petra Site
* Panoramic city tour of Aqaba (If time permits) .
Transfer back to the point of departure at Jerusalem.
This tour allows you to see Jerusalem from the perspective of multiple cultures and religions. We can traverse the city at your pace, seeing the sites that interest you most. I would be happy to personalize this tour for you based on your needs. The Old City of Jerusalem is filled with culture, sounds and tastes, people, and meaning. Wandering this city with an open mind can lead you to discover things you never knew, about the city and about yourself.
Enjoy a day-long walking tour in and around the Old City of Jerusalem, exploring the tapestry of traditions and beliefs that make this place so compelling. We will explore the Old City with an eye towards understanding the different (often conflicting) narratives that define Jerusalem. We will visit all four quarters of the city, including a walk along the top of the city walls. Join your licensed, professional guide for a day to be remembered.
Go deep into Jerusalem’s biblical history with this tour of the City of David, a 3,800-year old site that’s outside the old city walls. Trace the story of Jerusalem through the ages as you explore archeological excavations. See the First Temple homes at the Royal Acropolis, and visit the Citadel that protected Gihon Spring, Jerusalem’s main water source. Take an adventurous walk through Hezekiah’s Tunnel, then visit the Givati Excavation, where digging underneath a modern parking lot has revealed golden coins, a queen’s palace and Roman amphorae.
Explore Old Jerusalem’s Jewish and Armenian quarters on this half-day tour. Accompanied by a guide, learn the rich history behind the historic city and visit sites considered holy, including the Mount of Olives, Western Wall, Via Dolorosa, and Church of Holy Sepulchre. Your guide shares lots of information and keeps you from getting lost in the maze-like walls.
Leave Jerusalem for the Judean Desert on a full-day Jeep tour to Mar Saba Monastery and Wadi Quelt, and discover Israel’s rugged scenery and sacred landmarks. Take in views from the ancient sacrificial site at Mt. Azazel and head off-road into a rocky valley. Visit a Greek Orthodox monastery on the edge of a cliff, descend to Moses’ legendary tomb then spend the afternoon soaking up desert sunshine in Ein Prat, a nature reserve supported by sheltered springs; enjoy an Israeli coffee by the water before returning to Jerusalem.
Discover the City of David’s underground world on this guided, 90-minute walking tour in Jerusalem. See the southwestern cornerstone of the Temple Mount, one of the most important religious sites in the world. Learn about the history of and the artifacts discovered inside this tunnel, created by one of the finest builders in ancient times, Herod the Great.
Jerusalem and Bethlehem are both home to tons of religious and historical sites like Mount of Olives, Dome of the Rock, and the Church of Pater Noster. See these destinations and more on this one-day tour of both cities, which takes you through the maze-like quarters of Old Jerusalem, to the Cave of St. Jerome, and to other important biblical and historical sites. This tour is ideal if you want to see the highlights of each destination without investing more than a day.
Travel through the ancient City of David on a tour that explores some of the oldest and most historically significant parts of Jerusalem. Led by a guide who can interpret the complicated historical and religious details of archeological sites dating back more than 6,000 years, adventurous travelers can explore underground tunnels, historic waterways, and an ancient palace.
Discover the best of Jerusalem in one day, seeing all the highlights of the golden city. A fully guided tour that will take you through the winding alleys of the ancient Old City and the newer neighborhoods outside of the walls. Start your day in the Old City, the heart and soul of ancient Jerusalem. Visit the Armenian, Christian, Arab, and Jewish neighborhoods and take in the unique atmosphere of a city holy to three religions. Visit the Western Wall and see the Temple Mount, explore the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, and walk part of Via Dolorosa as your guide shares the stories and the history of Jerusalem of old. Explore famous landmarks of the new city such as the Montefiore Windmill, The YMCA building, the majestic King David Hotel, and the Russian Compound. Walk down the pedestrian boulevard Nachalat Shiva and rub shoulders with the locals at the bustling Machane Yehuda market, the one place where past and present, secular and religious, local and traveler all come together.
The Jewish Archeological Park and Davidson Center is a fascinating place to explore ongoing excavations, find traces of ancient Jerusalem, and see the remains of the Umayyad Palace; visiting with a guide helps uncover the stories amid the stones. Learn the history of the site as you walk a lesser-known part of the Western Wall, climb to Hulda’s Gates, and follow the virtual reconstruction in the Davidson Center.
Even if you only have a day, experience the most significant sights of Jerusalem, the ancient city that’s a spiritual focus for three great world religions, on this convenient guided door-to-door tour. Overlook the city from the Mount of Olives, then explore the Old City, including the Western Wall, the Via Dolorosa, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, and the Jewish Quarter. Finish at the Holocaust museum, Yad Vashem.
Tour to Bethlehem the city where Jesus Christ was born including the Church of Nativity
Drive through north of the Judean Desert to the Dead Sea region.
Bathing at the Dead Sea. Immerse in the muds and float in the salty waters.
Start heading back towards Jerusalem
Drop off in Jerusalem David Citadel Hotel
Drop off in Tel Aviv for Tel Aviv Pick up option only
*Please bring your passport because it's required sometimes when passing the checkpoint
Leaving from Jerusalem early in the morning, we’ll drive south, to the foot of Masada. the site of one of the greatest tales of Jewish heroism. The excavated ruins are fascinating to explore, and the remarkable location high above the surrounding desert and Dead Sea, makes this a might impressive experience.
After exploring the magnificent fortress, the next stop is Ein Gedi , beautiful nature reserve with waterfalls and the last stop is at a 'private beach' on the Dead Sea for a float & enjoy the unique opportunity to float in the waters and immerse yourself in the famous mud.
Tour Bethlehem,Dead Sea, Jericho, and Qumran is available twice every week starting from Jerusalem, visiting 4 of the region’s exclusive destinations.
In Bethlehem the city where Jesus was born, enjoy a guided tour of the main sites, including the Church of the Nativity. Leaving Bethlehem, we’ll descend to the lowest region on Earth, touring Jericho, the lowest city and oldest city on Earth with its famous Biblical history, you will enjoy sightings Jericho, offering one of the most memorable views.
Next, the site of Qumran, where there will be time to explore the caves where the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered, or enjoy free time for lunch.
Finally, visit the Dead Sea, where you’ll enjoy the facilities of the beach and have the opportunity to float in the waters, immerse in the muds, and enjoy the climate that makes this journey so special.
Every year, millions of people visit Israel to experience the world-famous Dead Sea, historical Masada fortress, and astonishing Ein Gedi Nature Reserve. Masada is an ancient fortress in southern Israel’s Judean Desert. It's on a massive plateau overlooking the Dead Sea.
The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Masada, an ancient fortress built by King Herod the Great, dates back to 37 BC. It’s location on a cliff overlooking the Judean Desert and the Dead Sea is a spectacular spot from which to watch the sunrise.Hike or take a leisurely walk, through the Ein Gedi nature reserve, cooling waters of deserted oasis, and bath in the beautiful waterfalls and enjoy permanent spring pools amazing desert plants and wildlife
Relax yourself in rejuvenating mineral rich mud which are sold worldwide and by floating in the healing waters of the Dead Sea, at the lowest place on Earth.
Visit four of Israel’s ancient sites on a full-day tour from Jerusalem to Bethlehem, Jericho, Qumran, and the Dead Sea. Explore Biblical history and the site where the Dead Sea scrolls were discovered (optional), then visit a private beach on the Dead Sea to enjoy hyper-saline water and mineral-rich mud. This tour includes transport from Jerusalem in an air-conditioned minivan.
See the ancient city of Petra on this 3-day, guided tour from Jerusalem to Jordan that includes meals, transportation, accommodation, and visits to iconic sights along the way. Spend your nights in a comfortable, yurt-style tent on an authentic Bedouin camp and enjoy locally prepared Bedouin-style meals and campfires. Take a driving tour of Amman, visit the ancient Roman city of Jerash, explore the dunes of Wadi Rum, and more.
Explore the Old City of Jerusalem and learn about the important historical and religious sites along the way on a guided day trip from Tel Aviv. Traveling on this small-group tour ensures an intimate experience not found on the common 40-person tours of Jerusalem. Plus, this tour allows you to bring your luggage along, so the tour can double as a transfer from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
Visit some of the world’s most fascinating and ancient cities in this guided tour, taking you to explore Biblical history of Bethlehem, Jericho and Jordan River(Qasr al Yahud) and the Dead Sea.
Kickoff with an early morning and discover Bethlehem to see the biblical birthplace of Jesus and key sites the Church of the Nativity.
Then, travel to the lowest and oldest city on Earth, Jericho the ancient excavated city, and the monastery on the Mount of Temptation with an incredible panoramic view of the Jordan Valley. From Jericho you'll continue to Next, head to Qasr al Yahud Baptismal Site, where according to tradition, Jesus was baptized, Next, Finally,. the final stop is at the visit famous Dead Sea beach where you will get to bath and float in the private beach of the Dead Sea and immerse yourself in healing mud masks.
After this we will return back to Jerusalem and Tel Aviv (drop off).
Visit Petra, one of the New 7 Wonders of the World, plus other places of interest in Jordan on this 2-day guided tour from Jerusalem. Marvel at the achievement of an impressive civilization, the Nabataean Arabs, and their city carved into mountains. Also, visit the Roman ruins of Jerash and take a driving tour of Jordan’s capital of Amman on this exciting adventure. This tour includes overnight accommodation at the Seven Wonders Bedouin Camp plus meals.
Enjoy a guided tour of the ‘lost city of Petra’ , including the important highlights that this wonder of the world holds including the Siq, Obelisk Tomb, Calligraphy, Treasury, Jabal Madbach (sacrificial palace), Tombs, Theater, Mountaintop Tombs.
Eat an authentic Jordanian lunch at Arabic restaurant serve delicious local cuisine.
Short panoramic tour of Aqaba.(if time is allow)
Overnight accommodation in a Bedouin campsite at Wadi Rum enjoying the Bedouin hospitality and authentic meals (If you wish to stay in a hotel in Aqaba there is an option to stay at a hotel during the winter season when temperatures are low instead of a tent.
Enjoying the Bedouin hospitality and authentic meals.
Explore Wadi Rum in a Two hours jeep safari through the breathtaking lunar-like desert landscape
Night in a Bedouin tent in Wadi Rum including dinner and breakfast (there is also hot shower).
If time allows, free time to enjoy the highlights of Eilat and the beautiful Red Sea beaches.
The best way to experience the holy city of Jerusalem is with a private tour, which will allow you to understand its complexity, learn about its rich history, experience the archeology and feel the culture. I love guiding, I love Jerusalem and the land of Israel and nothing makes me happier than to share this love with others. I present very rich and informative guidance while presenting the information in a very vivid manner.
Start a 3 day Journey through the Christian top sites in Israel. Begin in Holy Jerusalem make your way along Western Wall, Church of Holy Sepulchre, Continue to Bethlehem to visit the Church of the Nativity, In the Footsteps of Jesus - Walking tour – Pater Nostre, Garden of Gethsemane, Church of St. Anne and the Pool of Bethesda, Notre Dame De Sion and continue Massada, Dead Sea and then back Jerusalem.Sites across Holy Israel!
• 3 touring days with a government licensed English speaking guide in an air-conditioned vehicle.
• Visit Jerusalem, Church of Holy Sepulchre, In the Footsteps of Jesus
• Ascend to the top of Masada by cable car.
• Float in the famous salt-rich waters of the Dead Sea.
• Explore Bethlehem's Christian landmarks.
• Hotel pickup and drop-off