Embark on a comprehensive and enriching 2.5 days tour of Israel and Jerusalem, exploring the country’s most iconic and spiritually significant sites. Led by experienced guides, this tour offers both Christian and general perspectives, making it perfect for guests of all backgrounds. You will visit the most important destinations, including the Old City of Jerusalem, the Mount of Olives, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Massada, the Dead Sea and many more. Along the way, you will learn about the rich history and culture of Israel, gaining a deeper understanding of the country’s complex and fascinating past.
We also offer the convenience of using a four-wheeled mobility scooter during the tour, allowing our elderly guests to comfortably and easily navigate through the sites. With this mobility aid, everybody can fully enjoy the tour and visit all the sites alongside their family without any difficulties. Our priority is to provide a comfortable and inclusive experience for all our guests.
This tour promises to be a once-in-a-lifetime experience, providing memories that will last a lifetime.
3 Even Yisra’el, Jerusalem
The morning of May 14th
Lunch time, May 16th in Jerusalem
On the first day of the tour, we will visit three iconic sites of Israel. First, we will explore the ancient fortress of Masada, which offers breathtaking views of the Judean Desert. Then we head to the ancient ruins of Qumran, where the famous Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered. From there we will go to the Dead Sea, where we can float effortlessly in the salt-rich waters and apply the legendary mineral-rich mud on our skin. Finally, we will visit the Mount of Olives, one of Jerusalem’s most significant landmarks, and marvel at the panoramic views of the city.
This day will be full of historical and natural wonders, making it an unforgettable experience.
On the second day of the tour, we will explore the significant religious sites in Jerusalem. We will begin with the Pater Noster, the traditional location where Jesus taught his disciples the Lord’s Prayer. Next, we will visit the Church of the Ascension, where Jesus ascended to heaven, and the Dominus Flevit, where he wept over Jerusalem. Then, we will go to the Garden of Gethsemane, where Jesus prayed before his crucifixion, and the nearby Church of All Nations.
We will also visit the Tomb and Church of the Virgin Mary, where Mary, the mother of Jesus, is believed to have been buried. Afterward, we will head to the Temple Mount, where the First and Second Temples once stood, and the Dome of the Rock, an iconic Islamic shrine. We will also visit the Western Wall, which hold significant religious and historical significance for Judaism.
Finally, we will explore the Jewish Quarter and the Southern Steps, where the Second Temple’s main entrance once stood. We will delve into the history of the temples and their significance to Judaism, as well as the political and sensitivity issues surrounding the temple and its relation to other religions. This day will be packed with religious, historical, and political insights, making it a unique and unforgettable experience.
On the third day of the tour, we will continue our exploration of Jerusalem, visiting some of the sites we didn’t have time for on the previous day.
As lunchtime approaches, we’ll say goodbye and you will continue on to your next destination. Although our time in Jerusalem was short, we’ll have gained a deeper understanding of the city’s unique history, culture, and significance to the world’s major religions.
Additional sites will be offered according to the time we’ll have.
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