The sacredness of Jerusalem, its personal meaning to each of us and its thousands of year-old remains, make this city's tour a powerful and unforgettable experience. The Mount of Olives, a sacred place for the three religions, provides a wonderful view over the Holy Basin of the Old City. It is the perfect spot from which to start the tour that covers the Old City, the Jewish Quarter and the Western Wall, the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, the heart of the Christian Quarter, the Muslim Quarter's markets, the Armenian Quarter and, finally, the vibrant and diverse Mahane Yehuda market, which has become an icon of Jerusalem's daily life.
Tel Aviv Jaffa Tour
Tel Aviv, the city that never sleeps, and the ancient port city of Jaffa, take us on a journey that links past and present. Jaffa, coveted and conquered by so many throughout history, has always been a place of significant importance to Christianity and pilgrims. Neve Tzedek, the first Jewish neighborhood built outside the walls of Jaffa, is now a trendy neighborhood with boutique stores, galleries and cafes. The Boulevard of Tel Aviv, the first modern Hebrew city, has been the city's business, cultural and recreation center from its early days till today.
Christian Sites around the Sea of Galilee
A tour of Christian sites around the Sea of Galilee. This includes the ancient city of Magdala dating back from the first century, recently discovered while building a new Christian spirituality center; the churches of the Multiplication and the Primacy of St. Peter at Tabgha; and the fishing village Capernaum from the times of Jesus. An optional site is the Agamon Hula Tourism Park where you can see huge and breathtaking migrations of birds.
Judean Desert and the Dead Sea
A unique experience of desert and sea. This includes a museum of mosaics which has been built at the site where the parable of the Good Samaritan took place; Qasr al-Yahud, near Jericho, recognized as the baptismal site of Jesus; Massada, ancient fortification of Herod the Great where later during the Great Revolt the mass suicide of Jews fighting the Romans took place. After this is the time to relax and float on the salty waters of the Dead Sea.
One of the four holy Jewish cities, the mystical center of the kabbalah in the 16th century, where you can still feel the special atmosphere of those times. Stroll through the ancient alleys, visit the old synagogues and browse through the artists’ workshops and galleries.
Acre (Akko), declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, it is two cities in one: the large well-preserved Crusader city under the ground and the Ottoman city above. Included in the visit is the colorful, oriental market and the fisherman’s port.
Caesarea & Zichron Ya’akov
Caesarea, the port city built by Herod 22-10 BC which was a wonder of its times, and Zichron Ya’akov, one of the first settlements built in 1882 by pioneers of the First Aliyah which still retains some of its original simplicity and picturesque characteristics.