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Israel’s religious highlights are dazzling yet dispersed. Travel between attractions with ease from Tel Aviv on a 12.5-hour sightseeing tour that covers Jericho, Qasr al Yehud, the Dead Sea, and the Old City of Jerusalem. See highlights of ancient Jericho, bathe buoyantly in the Dead Sea, take a sightseeing tour of the Old City of Jerusalem, divided into distinctive Muslim, Christian, Jewish, and Armenian quarters, and visit the Church of the Nativity, heralded by Christians as the birthplace of Jesus Christ.
Rise early and greet your guide at the Grand Beach Hotel, conveniently located in central Tel Aviv, in advance of 6:30am. Following a 1.5-hour journey enhanced with guide commentary, you’ll arrive in Jericho and embark on an overview of the ancient city, which contains 9,000-year-old remnants from the Neolithic period.
After visiting Qasr al Yehud, an important baptism site at the Jordan River, you’ll proceed to a private Dead Sea beach to float in the salt-saturated waters of the planet’s lowest point.
Then, you’ll travel through the golden Judean Desert to Jerusalem, where you’ll take a guided tour of the Old City of Jerusalem. Divide into four distinct quarters characterized by Christian, Jewish, Muslim, and Armenian religions, the city dates back to 1004BC and is replete with pilgrimage sites.
Your tour culminates with a visit to the UNESCO-listed Church of the Nativity, believed by Christians to be the birthplace of Jesus Christ.
Conclude your day trip with drop-off at your original Tel Aviv departure point at around 7pm.
We enjoyed this trip very much.Our guids and drivers were very professional and fun people to spend the day with.Also, we were lucky to meet and to be with great persons(tourists) in this trip.The grup was perfect the guids the same,it was really a very good day. Thank you for the awesome day.
Amazing for those with limited time. Had a great time.
This tour was definitely highlight of my Israeli trip!
I overslept on my bus tour and I got completely panicked but they were so kind to book me on the tour next day!!!
Thank you so much for your flexibility!!
Alexis T. V Panama
It was a very nice experience although the driver was very quiet, he did not say a word. The experience in the Dead Sea was very interesting not to be able to sink. Jerusalem was fantastic.
This tour was amazing!
This tour was amazing!
Fabulous tour and knowledgeable guides in all places. Microphone in bus was not working well which could then not be heard at back but that was minor. There was no stop for lunch which was not ideal and then at app.17.00 in Bethlehem we were directed to a cafe. Did not want to eat at this time as wanted a proper meal back in Tel Aviv but there was no option but to wait for 30 minutes.
All in all a good trip covering many places but would recommend bringing some food along .
It was great tour to get to know a bit more of Jerusalem. I wished we had spend a bit more time in Bethlehem and definitely and I would like to had gone to different area of the Dead Sea because in the area we were it seem too overrun and not well taken care off. The driver as well as both tour guide were amazing!
What a great tour! I wasn't really prepared for the cold weather but what an informative tour. I was able to use the information I learned and returned the next day to do some more exploring on my own. Our driver was the best! Mohammed was just perfect!. I wished we had more time in these places, it felt a bit rushed towards the end especially Jerusalem...but I was able to use the information to guide my own way thru the city the following day. The next time I go back, I will for sure book a Fun-Time tour! Thanks
The tour was very interesting, it was however very long. When in the old city of Jerusalem our tour guide rushed us through the whole thing. He even yelled at us for being to slow, even though we were right behind the couple infront of us. He expected we just push trough people but it became hard in such a large group. He yelled at us infront of the whole group, told us we needed to be at the front at all times, even though at the beginningn of the tour he said that it's our responsibility to stay with the group, it seemed that it may have been because we were three younger females that he was causing all the commotion bexause he wasn't as concerned about the male groups or couples being at the back or veering off for a quick minute. I do have to say that after the whole tour I don't feel like I learned any THing because it was just so quick and I saw mostly my feet trying to make sure I don't trip on anything as I ran through the streets. You do not have time to shop or stop for pictures.
Just a heads up you're best off bringing a lunch, we only really stopped for lunch because a few people made a big deal about it however, we most likely wouldn't have otherwise. 3pm for lunch was a bit late for most people. My friends and I brought lunch which was highly worth it.
The Dead Sea was an unreal experinence. Make sure to bring a swim suite and towel. The water is nice and warm so don't worry about the temperature of the water!
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