See a different side of Israel, from crusader fortresses to Baha’i shrines, from Roman architecture to marine caverns, on this door-to-door guided tour of the nation's northern coast. Start at the Roman ruins of Caesarea, built by Herod the Great; progress to Haifa, where the sacred gardens of the Baha’i faith tumble down terraces; enter the watery wonderland of the Rosh Hanikra grottos; and discover the rich history of Acre.
We know already how much is long this kind of tour, So we just picked the best staff for this, and the best Jordanian Partner, who will actually provide the Best of the best of the Jordanians Guides, 'cause additionally to the Wonderful Sites in Jordan the Guide is one of the important elements for a Great Unforgetable Experience.
This tour allows you to witness the exotic Middle Eastern landscapes an in-depth visit of the two most iconic wonders in Jordan. After the pick up from at the meeting point, you will cross the border into Jordan, and make your way to Petra along the desert highway. Petra is also known as the rose-red city, a name it gets from the wonderful color of the rock from which many of the city’s structures were carved. The Nabataeans buried their dead in intricate tombs that were cut out of the mountainsides and the city also had temples, a theater, and following the Roman annexation and later the Byzantine influence, a colonnaded street, and churches. In addition to the magnificent remains of the Nabataean city, human settlement and land use for over 10,000 years can be traced in Petra, where great natural, cultural, archaeological and geological features merge. You will spend the first day of your tour with a guide, discovering the secrets of one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
Organizing a trip to Masada and the Dead Sea on your own can get complicated; this day trip from Jerusalem takes care of the details. Travel by coach through the Judean Desert and ascend Mt. Masada by cable car to see the UNESCO site with your guide. After a mud bath and a dip in the Dead Sea, view the Ein Gedi oasis, the caves at Qumran, and Jericho.
Shun the expense of self-drive and experience the Dead Sea and Judean Desert highlights on this door-to-door guided day tour. Ride the cable car to the clifftop fortress of Masada, then descend to the Dead Sea for a mud bath and a float. On your way back, visit the Ein Gedi oasis, the Qumran Caves where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found, and the ancient city of Jericho.
Discover the north coast of Israel on a full-day tour of Caesarea, the Bahá’i Gardens and Golden Dome, and Rosh Hanikra. Exploring sites that span Israel’s fascinating history, from the ancient Romans to the Crusades, takes you along a scenic route with beautiful views; choosing a coach tour ensures a comfortable seat on a journey that goes almost to the Lebanese border.
Experience the Holy Land’s two most sacred locations, Bethlehem and Jerusalem, in just one day on this convenient guided door-to-door tour. Start in Jerusalem, taking in views from the Mount of Olives, following the way of Christ down the Via Dolorosa, and paying our respects at the Wailing Wall and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Continue to Bethlehem, with visits to the Church of the Nativity and Shepherd’s Field.
In this spiritual tour, you will visit Nazareth the biggest arab city in Israel, and the home to the church of Annunciation. Enjoy a stroll in the local market, taste some arab coffee and sweets.Then, Visit the majestic Sea of Galilee. Tour the religious and archeological sites of Capernaum and Mt Beatitudes.
Visit Bethlehem highlights on a tour that combines transport and a guided walking tour to maximize your sightseeing time. From Manger Square to the Church of the Nativity, Milk Grotto, and the Shepherds’ Field, you’ll cover important Biblical sites with a guide who can help unlock the history behind each destination; pickup at a central location in Jerusalem or Tel Aviv gets you on the road with no fuss.
Cover two of Israel’s most iconic, history-packed attractions on this double-duty day trip to Masada and the Dead Sea. Full-day tours include pre-booked admission tickets to the famous hilltop fortress, invaded by Romans in 73 CE, and entrance to the nutrient-rich resort, home to salty waters. Travel comfortably between sights by air-conditioned coach, with complimentary hotel pickup and drop-off.
This Tour of Israel is designed to show you all about Israel in the shortest time. At the end of this trip you will discover what discover what makes Israel Israel. We will visit all of the country's most important relegious and historical sites at the most fair prices. *Make Sure to bring your passport as it is required sometimes.
Petra was only recently rediscovered by the western world. Recently it has been named one of the seven wonders of the world. Entering Petra through the Siq you will soon see why. The first look at the Treasury is astounding. The workmanship and the sheer size of the Treasury will amaze you. There is much to see in Petra, many more facades, tombs, a Roman theater, caves where they once buried the dead, and prayed over them, and much more. At one time the Nabateans controlled all of the water in the area, see the great water cisterns that they built.
Tour to Bethlehem the city where Jesus Christ was born including the Church of NativityDrive 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 JerusalemDrop off in Jerusalem David Citadel HotelDrop off in Tel Aviv for Tel Aviv Pick up option only*Please bring your passport because it's required sometimes when passing the checkpoint
Taking you to the most famous historical sites of Jerusalem and Bethlehem including a visit to the Garden of Gethsemane at the foot of Mount Olives, The Wailing Wall, La Via Dolorosa the last walk of Jesus Christ with the Cross and the Nativity Church. Entrance fees are included within the tour price.
Visit Israel’s history-rich northern coast on this full-day excursion, which includes round-trip transfers from Jerusalem. Visit the UNESCO-listed attractions of Baha’i Gardens and Acre’s Old City, wander among well-preserved Roman ruins in ancient Caesarea, and hop a scenic cable car for a ride among limestone grottoes along the Mediterranean shore.
Look beyond the Holy Land clichés and escape the tourist trail for Israel’s northern coast on this door-to-door guided day tour that checks off not one but two UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Explore the ancient Roman ruins of Caesarea; tour the tumbling Baha’i Gardens and Shrine in Haifa; ride the cable car down to the limestone Grottos at Rosh HaNiqra; and discover the Crusader city of Acre.
Check off two of Israel’s signature sights, the clifftop fortress of Masada and the hyper-buoyant waters of the Dead Sea, in just one day on this time-saving guided tour. Learn about Masada’s tragic history as you ride the cable car, then wade in the Dead Sea’s soft clay and float in its mineral-rich waters. Along the way, catch sight of Jericho, Qumran, Ein Gedi, and the Inn of the Good Samaritan.
Bethlehem is one of the important christian sites in the holy lands as it contains one of the oldest churches in the world The church of Nativity. A guided tour of the church is provided as well as Saint Catherine's church and The Church of Milk Grotto. Then we continue our trip to Beit Sahour the city of The Shepherd's. Beit sahour is one of the highest cities in christian population. We will visit The Chapel of The Shepherd's where the angles first announced the birth of Jesus. Mar Saba Monastery dates back to the fifth century. Founded by Saint Sabas, it's been extensively expanded and fortified over the years. Lastly we will go to The Mount of Temptation & Saint George Monastery. As mentioned in the gospels the Holy Spirit led Jesus into the desert.s. The summit of the mount, about 360 meters above sea level, offers a spectacular panoramic view of the Jordan Valley, the Dead Sea and the mountains of Moab and Gilead.*Make sure to bring your passport
Tour to Bethlehem the city where Jesus Christ was born including the Church of NativityDrive through north of the Judean Desert to the Dead Sea region.Overview to Jericho, the world's oldest city and continue to the lowest place on earth.Bathing at the Dead Sea. Immerse in the muds and float in the salty waters.Start heading back towards JerusalemDrop off in Jerusalem and 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
Church of Shepherd’s Field, Where shepherds watched their flocks on the first Christmas Eve. We start our guided tour in the city of Bethlehem with a local Christian guide, Enjoy a refreshing stop at Olive Wood factory, a way of the living of the local families, Enjoy their hospitality, continue with our guide to Manger Square, Nativity Church, 4th Centaury Church in the place where Jesus have born.On our return way back we stop at the wall to see a part of the Banksy Art on the wall. Continue our way through the Judean Desert to the oldest City all over the World. 10500 Years Old. Visit Ancient Jericho and enjoy the sight of Mountain of Temptaion, Spring of prophet Elijah, Sycamora tree*Please bring your passport because it's required sometimes when passing the checkpoint* Max Travelers 40 people - Jericho Driver only
Visit Biblical sites in Nazareth and Galilee on a full-day tour from Tel Aviv to the places where Jesus and other Biblical figures are believed to have lived and preached. With the option to get baptized in the Jordan River, this tour is designed around the region’s New Testament sites; it’s a curated Christian experience that ensures you won’t miss out on the places that are most important to you.
Taste your way through Jerusalem’s biggest outdoor market on a 3-hour, gourmet tour of Mahane Yehuda with a local guide. Have your lunch on the go as you visit a series of five market stalls for samples, and get an inside perspective on a foodie hotspot in the heart of Jerusalem.