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day 1-Sunday:Galilee & Golan Heights
Drive up north along the coastal road parallel to the Mediterranean Sea and overlook of the site of Armageddon (where the end of the world is going to take place).
Continue to city of Nazareth the capital of the lower Galilee and where Jesus grew up.
Have a road side view of Mt.Tabor where the transfiguration of Jesus took place.
Visit the house of St. Mary located at the Church of Annunciation where Angel Gabriel appeared the Virgin Mary and announced her about the birth of Jesus.
Via Tiberius on to the Sea of Galilee where Jesus walked on the water, and visit Yardenit- the baptismal site on the Jordan River, where Jesus was baptized by St. John.
It is possible being baptized on spot.
Cross the Jordan Valley and ascend to the Sothern part of the Golan Heights and have a breathtaking view of the triangular border between Syria, Jordan and Israel.
After hotel pick up drive to Jerusalem for about an hour and start a nice walking tour at the fascinating old city, through the highlights of the Armenian quarter, the Muslim quarter, the Jewish quarter and the Christian quarter .
We will learn about Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
We will visit the "Shuk "known as the "Suk" -the local Bazar and visit the Cardo –the ancient roman and Byzantine road.
Visit the holiest place for the Jewish people, the "Kotel"-the Western Wall known as the Wailing Wall , where we can write a wish on a piece of paper and stick it in the cracks of the wall.
Overlook of the area where the Temple Mount is.
Continue to the Christian quarter to visit the holiest place in the world –the Church of the Holy Sepulcher –where we'll visit the last station of the cross of the Via Dolorosa.
We'll see Golgotha where Jesus was crucified and we'll see the Edikula structure –the location of the Tomb where Jesus was buried and resurrected.
On to the Moslem quarter to see one of the holiest places to the Moslem people –the Dome of the Rock and the Al Aqsa Mosque and learn about the Islamic history of those sites.
Day 3-Tuesday:Tel Aviv & Jaffa old and new
About 3 hours walking tour
We welcome you to the 24/7 city of Tel Aviv known as the White City that was declared by UNESCO as a world heritage site for its Bauhaus buildings .
Tel Aviv is known as Paris of the Middle East as a cultural/business center and as a vibrant city with lots of restaurants, coffee shops, bars and clubs.
The city of Jaffa on the other hand is known as a biblical port city 4000 years old and has a unique personality which attract lots of visitors from all over the world.
Tour will start with a meeting point at the lobby of the Dan Panorama hotel.
Walking tour at the first neighborhood of Tel Aviv –Neve Zedek .continue to the "Tachana", the old railway station from the 19th century .proceed to Jaffa where we will visit the clock tower, the ottoman "Seraya" building, and the old city.
Day 4-Wednesday:Masada,Dead sea and Bedouin hospitality
Pick up from hotel and drive to the Judean Desert .Pass through the Good Samaritan site, the sea level landmark and view Jericho ,the oldest city in the world .Visit an Oriental Bedouin tent ,learn about the Bedouin culture and life ,enjoying their hospitality and if you wish, take the opportunity of having a short camel ride . On to Masada and have a roadside view of view of the Qumran caves where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found. Stop for a refreshment and visit the Dead Sea cosmetic products factory's shop .View the Ein Gedi's oasis on route where King David was hiding in one of the local caves. Arrive to Masada-a world Heritage Site declared by UNESCO and an ancient Jewish 2000 year old fortress. Ascend to the top of the mountain by cable car and have a guided tour exploring the archeological ruins of king Herod's palace, the water cistern, the warehouses, the synagogue, the Roman bath- house and the breaching point .Enjoy the breathtaking view over the dead sea and Jordan .Learn about the site's history and the heroic story of the Jewish fighters .Descend by cable car. Continue to the Dead Sea -the lowest place on earth, which sits around 1300 feet (425m) below sea level. Enjoy the unique experience of floating in the water and enjoy covering yourself with a mineral rich therapeutic mud.
Day 5-Thursday :Caesarea,Haifa & Acre
Drive up north along the coastal road parallel to the Mediterranean Sea to visit the port city of Caesarea, the ancient Roman city and port that was built by Herod the great 2000 years ago.
Have a lovely walking tour of the theatre, King Herod's Palace, the Hippodrome and other archeological ruins and excavations.
Continue to the picturesque city of Haifa - the headquarter of the bahai faith and Mount Carmel for a scenic view of the magnificent terraced Bahai Gardens and shrine and learn about the Bahaism .
Continue to the northern port city of Acre – known as Acco ,a world Heritage site declared by UNESCO and visit the Crusader underground city and crypt ,the knight's halls ,learn about their history and culture .
Walk through a part of the local market - the Bazar and the Al Jazar Mosque.
Return to hotel.
*Tour not operated on Jewish holidays : 26/4 30/9 1,8,9,14,21/10 2019
Please wait at the earlier specified time.
Semi private $1149 per person in double room
אנו רואים חשיבות עליונה בהנגשת אתר האינטרנט שלנו לאנשים עם מוגבלויות, וכך לאפשר לכלל האוכלוסיה להשתמש באתרנו בקלות ובנוחות. באתר זה בוצעו מגוון פעולות להנגשת האתר, הכוללות בין השאר התקנת רכיב נגישות ייעודי.
למרות מאמצנו להנגיש את כלל הדפים באתר באופן מלא, יתכן ויתגלו חלקים באתר שאינם נגישים. במידה ואינם מסוגלים לגלוש באתר באופן אופטימלי, אנה צרו איתנו קשר