Israel is an incredible place to visit, while it is small in size, it is rich in history. Our goal is to make your visit to Israel a once in a lifetime experience. For you to see the things you wish to see, and to combine between the major landmarks Israel is known for and some of its hidden gems tourists don’t always get to see.
What can you say about Jerusalem, It is Israel’s capital, largest city, religious center and most important city.
We’ll start this history packed day with the beautiful old city view as seen from the Mount of Olives. We’ll visit the Basilica of the Agony (Church of All Nations or Gethsemane Church), where Jesus went to pray before his arrest. From there we’ll go to Church of the Tomb of the Virgin Mary, Mary’s burial place. We’ll drive to the old city where we’ll walk the alleys of the different quarters. We’ll visit Mount Zion, near King David’s Tomb and the room of the Last Supper,from we’ll walk to the Jewish quarter where we’ll see the cardo, the Wall of Hezekiah and the Wailing Wall (The Western Wall or Kotel). We’ll visit the Archaeological Park Davidson Center where we’ll see the shops that were located near The Temple and we’ll climb the road/stairs that led to The Temple that was destroyed by the Romans. We’ll look at the Dome of the Rock and the Al-Aqsa Mosque and walk through the Muslim quarter toward the Via Dolorosa. We’ll walk along the 14 stations that follow Jesus’ journey to Golgotha and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, where Jesus was crucified, buried and resurrected.
We’ll finish the day with a visit to the beautiful and colorful market before we had back to the hotel.
We can add to this day tour any of the many attractions the area has to offer: A tour of the City of David | a tour of the Western Wall Tunnels | A visit to the The Israel Museum | A visit to Ein Karem and the Church of the Visitation | A tour of the Jerusalem Walls National Park | A visit to Bethlehem can be arranged through a local guide.
Israel’s international city and cultural center.
We’ll start the tour in Jaffa, one of the world’s first harbor cities. We’ll walk the vibrant alleys and visit some of the art galleries. We’ll go to a beautiful observation point to look at Tel-Aviv that developed from Jaffa. We’ll visit St. Peter’s Church and the colorful flea market and from there, a short drive to Neve Tzedek, the first Jewish neighborhood outside the walls of Jaffa. We’ll enjoy the beautiful alleys and reach Rothschild Boulevard, the beginning of Tel Aviv, the White City. We’ll learn about the Bauhaus houses and stop for a coffee to experience the vibrant city.
We’ll continue towards the Carmel Market where we can enjoy the delicious foods the market has to offer.
We can add to this day tour any of the many attractions the area has to offer: A delicious tour of Sarona Market unique food market | A visit to the Ayalon Institute, a secret ammunition factory | A visit to the Weizmann Institute and the home of Israel’s first president
Haifa is not only considered one of Israel’s most beautiful cities, but it is also a multicultural heaven.
We’ll start the day with a tour of the Bahai Garden, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, located on Mount Carmel. We’ll continue our tour with a visit to the Stella Maris Monastery and the amazing view of the Haifa Bay from the observation point, the Cave of Elijah, and the Kababir mosque. We’ll continue to the top of Mount Carmel for the unique experience of Druze hospitality and enjoy a home-cooked lunch at the home of a local family.
We’ll continue the day at the Atlit Pioneers Detention Camp.
From there, we’ll head to Zichron Ya’akov, the first pioneer settlement, and a visit to Ramat Handiv, the grave estate of Baron Benjamin Edmond de Rothschild and his wife Adelaide.
We’ll end the day at ancient Caesarea, the Roman port city that was built by King Herod the Great. We’ll visit the theatre, the bathhouse, the ancient port, and more.
We can add to this day tour any of the many attractions the area has to offer: Hecht Museum | A visit to a Kibbutz, a unique collective community | Wine tasting | Caves of early man | Kfar Kana
We’ll start the tour with a visit to Masada, an ancient fortification built by King Herod the Great. It is known as the last stand of the Jewish rebellion against the Romans where, as they realized the Romans were about to win, they committed mass suicide. We will take the cable car to the site to see the palace, the water system, and the public bath.
From there, we’ll go to Ein Gedi where we’ll visit the ancient synagogue and the beautiful nature reserve oasis. We’ll also visit Qumran National Park where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found.
We’ll end the day with some fun at the lowest place on earth – the Dead Sea. We’ll float in the water (be careful with skin cuts as they will hurt!) and cover in the mineral-rich mud before we had back to the hotel.
We will start our tour in Nazareth with a visit to the Basilica of the Annunciation (The Church of the Annunciation), where the angel Gabrielle appeared before Mary with the news of her pregnancy. We’ll also visit St. Joseph’s Church.
From Nazareth, we’ll continue the tour to Kfar Kanna where Jesus performed his first miraclxe of turning water into wine.
We’ll then head to The Sea of Galilee towards Kfar Nahum (Capharnaum), the town of Jesus, where Jesus healed Peter’s mother-in-law, revived the daughter of Yair and performed many other miracles.
We’ll visit Tabhha – the multiplication miracle, The Church of the Primacy of St. Peter, and The Church of the Beatitudes.
From there we’ll head towards the other side of The Sea of Galilee. On our way to the Golan Heights, we’ll pass by Kursi, where Jesus performed the Exorcism of the Gerasene demoniac (Miracle of the Swine). We’ll also enjoy the spectacular view from Kfar Haruv.
We’ll end the day with a dip at the Yardenit Baptismal Site.
We can add to this day tour any of the many attractions the area has to offer: A short boat trip on The Sea of Galilee | The Galilee Boat Museum | Magdala | Bethsaida, the birthplace of Saint Peter (Peter the Apostle) | A visit to a Kibbutz, a unique collective community | Chorazin (Korazim) | Park Katzrin, the Talmudic village | An authentic Druze meal | Wine/Olive oil tasting.
We’ll start the day at Megiddo National Park, most notably known as the place of the final battle of Armageddon from the Book of Revelation. Megiddo, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, was one of the oldest, most important cities in the kingdom of ancient Israel. From the Israeli gate, we’ll head up the archaeology tell and through the Cnaani gate.
we’ll see the temples, stables, wheat silos, and the ancient water system.
We’ll continue to Tel Jezreel known from the biblical story of Naboth’s vineyard. From there, we’ll visit the Ma’ayan Harod National Park, where Gideon, the judge, chose his warriors to fight against the Midianites.
We’ll leave for Beit She’an, where we’ll visit the Roman city with its theatre, baths, and the city remains. The city was destroyed and abandoned after an earthquake.
We’ll head back and drive along the Gilboa mountain range for a spectacular view of the Jezreel Valley and northern Samaria.
We can add to this day tour any of the many attractions the area has to offer: The ancient Beit Alfa synagogue | Mount Tabor, the Church of the Transfiguration, where Jesus appeared to his disciples in his divine form | Enjoy a refreshing dip in Emek HaMaayanot (the Valley of the Springs)
We’ll be leaving towards Atlit where we’ll visit the Atlit detainee camp, a British camp that held more than 40,000 ma’apilim.
From there we will drive up the Carmel mountain range to Zichron Yaakov where we’ll visit Ramat Hanadiv (also known as the Baron gardens and the Rothschild gardens) and the old area of this blossoming town.
We’ll continue the tour with a drive to Caesarea National Park where we’ll visit the well preserved ruins from the Roman period and the crusades. The day will end with a drive back to the hotel.
We can combine this day tour with other attractions, contact us for more details.
We’ll start the day with a trip to Tel Dan, the biblical city of Leish, which was conquered by the tribe of Dan. After the kingdom of Israel separated into Israel and Judah, it became a worship center for the kingdom of Israel by Jeroboam ben Nebat.
We’ll then drive to the Banias Caesarea Philippi, where St. Peter first recognized Jesus to be the son of God. We’ll see the remains of the Roman temples and the flowing stream.
We’ll continue to the Mount Bental lookout, at the heights of a dormant volcano, towards the abandoned Syrian city of Al Qunaitra.
We will continue to Park Katzrin, the Talmudic village, and see how people used to live in the past. We’ll try some olive oil at the Golan oil press and local wine.
We can add to this day tour any of the many attractions the area has to offer: Nimrod Citadel | A visit to a Kibbutz, a unique collective community | A tour of boutique wineries | An authentic Druze meal | The old Synagogue at Umm el-Qanatir (Rehavam’s Arches Synagogue) | The vies from the Gamla observation | Tel Hazor | A visit to the old and holy city of Safed where we’ll walk the narrow alleys, visit the ancient synagogues and the art market
Jerusalem: We’ll visit Mount Zion, near King David’s Tomb and the room of the Last Supper, from there we’ll walk to the Jewish quarter where we’ll see the cardo, the Wall of Hezekiah and the Wailing Wall (The Western Wall or Kotel).
Dead Sea: We’ll end the day with some fun at the lowest place on earth – the Dead Sea. We’ll float in the water (be careful with skin cuts as they will hurt!) and cover in the mineral rich mud before we had back to the hotel.
We spent 3 wonderful days together with Yaron. He took us through old Jerusalem, the Dead Sea and the Sea of Galilee. He was knowledgeable, flexible and fun to be with. He customized the tour for us. We recommend him highly when you go to Israel.
We hired Yaron for our three days of touring while we were in Israel. He was very informative and helpful. He was very attentive to our interests and what we wanted to do during our trip. He also went out of his way to make our trip successful and safe. We highly recommend him if you need a tour guide for Israel and Jerusalem.