Witness the world of the West Bank and explore its history and culture on this full-day guided tour from Jerusalem. See where Jesus was born in Bethlehem and where he was baptized in the Jordan River. Visit the town of Ramallah and see the tomb of Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat. Stop at Jericho to see the oldest city in the world.
Visit Petra, one of the Seven 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 Jordan’s capital of Amman and the Roman ruins of Jerash on this exciting adventure. This tour includes overnight accommodation at the Seven Wonders Bedouin Camp plus meals.
See some of the top historic, biblical, and natural sites in Israel on a tour that visits the Judean Desert and the Dead Sea. Exploring the desert in a 4-wheel-drive Jeep lets you see parts of Israel that are inaccessible by car or bus and therefore missed by most visitors. Plus, the combination of an adrenaline-filled Jeep excursion and a relaxing float in the Dead Sea create a well-balanced day.
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.
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.
In this interesting tour, we would explore the old city of Jerusalem, and get to walk through its 4 quarters, and 3 dominant religions. Starting at the Jaffa Gate, and continuing through Mount Zion & Armenian Quarter, Jewish Quarter, Roman Cardo, Western Wall, Via Dolorosa & Holy Sepulcher. possible special Activities with the Local Community,
Set out on a desert safari and explore the Dead Sea on a full-day trip from Jerusalem that goes deep into Israel’s wild and rugged landscape. Traverse the Judean desert to Qumran, where the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered in dusty caves, then head cross-country in a 4x4 to the Murbaat Caves and Dragot Cliffs. Steer for the shores of the Dead Sea to take a mineral-rich mud bath, walk along the salty beach and float in the world’s deepest hypersaline lake.
Experience ancient Jerusalem like never before on this guided small-group Segway tour. Glide along the Peace Forest, located between the Old City and the Armon Hanatziv Promenade. Travel along paved paths, free from vehicular traffic — a nature experience in the heart of a sprawling city. See the Judean Desert and learn about Jerusalem’s history and landscape along the way. Guided Segway training plus the use of a helmet and safety equipment are included. Dress in weather-appropriate clothes with flat, closed-toed shoes.
Exploring the Negev Desert in a private all-terrain vehicle means going where most visitors can’t. Get the full desert experience as you head out to the biblical Nabatean town of Mamshit and then follow an ancient route through the desert to a panoramic viewpoint, through Makhtesh Ramon (Big Crater), and to Colored Sands Bedouin Camp. This tour includes breakfast and lunch and offers upgrades for a Bedouin-style meal and camel ride.
In my personal opinion the Judean desert is most facinating for all types of different reasons. The beginning of the 3 big religions, the deeper valley in the world, the dead sea, lots of history, oasis, bedouins, camels… and it all fits into 4-5 hours tour. lots of it in jumpy desert roads. I invite you to join me and see for your self.
Only in Israel does a day full of adventure pair perfectly with ancient history. On this tour, ride through desert dunes in a rugged off-road Jeep en route to natural attractions such as the Murbaat Caves and Cliffs of Dragot, in addition to the historical site of Jericho and the Qumran Caves (where the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered). Cool off with a dip in the Dead Sea before returning to Jerusalem.
This tour will give you an insight of the monastic life in the Judean Desert.During this fascinating day, you will enjoy three the most interesting and the oldest monasteries, all of them still active, like it was thousands years ago.We shall visit Dir Hajla Monastery, were the sculls of the monks killed during the Persian invasion at 614 are kept. We enjoy the breathtaking views of the St. George Monastery built on the verticall walls of the deep gorge. Mar Saba Monastery outside views are absolutely marvelous.Several days a week (excluding Wed and Fri) men can also visit the monastery inside (women are excluded from entering)
For such a small desert, the Judean desert sure is packed with history that concern Jewish, Christians and Muslims. those 3 main religions have a lot of history here and its amaze me again and again how small is the region that containes all of this stories.
Make a seat in our luxurious 4×4 SUV to silently move away from crowded city zone towards the open fields of the Golan highlandBe inspired by breathtaking landscapes while mingling privately with your family or new friends
Get a better understanding of the Gaza-Israel conflict, the challenges and possible solutions.Lookout points and historical sites along the northern Gaza-Israel borderMeet Israeli residents in communities on the border and speak by video or phone with a Gaza residentVisit both an active Israeli Kibbutz, as well as a Palestinian village destroyed by the 1948 warView up close a Gaza border crossing pointTake part in a special art project happening on the Gaza border wall - ‘Paths to Peace’ project
Wine is an integral part of Jewish and Israeli culture.Half of Jacob's blessing to Judah was connected to wine:כִּבֵּס בַּיַּיִן לְבֻשׁוֹ וּבְדַם־עֲנָבִים סוּתֹהןIn the days of King Solomon’s rule, there was peace:"every man under his vine, and under his fig tree,."Micha's vision for world peace reflects almost the same saying. Ancient Egyptian historians describe Canaan as the best place for wine. Roman historians describe the amazing quality of wine in the Land of Israel. The references go on and on.A kosher wine tour can be a wonderful experience filled with history, laughter, and tasty delights.I would like you to experience it in the best possible way.Today there are hundreds of boutique wineries all over the country. Most of them have been awarded international prizes, and all of them have a unique story.
Enjoy a unique 4x4 day trip and enjoy an off road adventure to encounter the Negev wild nature to discover Masada's unique story. Try a Bedouin Feast experience to taste authentic desert food surrounded with a 360 degree panoramic view of the Dead Sea.
Mind blowing high phase Outdoor experience to spice up your senses in one of Israel most beautiful landmarks. Only 1H drive from Jerusalem. most suitable to Juice action lovers for individuals, families and small groups.Minimum age for driver is 18 years with drivers licenseAll passengers must have valid travel insurance
This region is loaded with history that has been left behind by the modern highway that connects tel aviv and jerusalem. even domestic travelers are surprised to see what they've been missing, even though they live close by or use the close by highway in a daily basis.On top of this there is a big neighbourhoods development that threatening to cover some of this beauty with cement. there for I invite you join me and get to explore this forgotten area.