Sample a taste of Israel below with one of our specially designed itineraries for our clients traveling to Israel in the next few weeks:
Day 1: Discovering Roots!: venture into the Old-City of Jerusalem, home to three faiths, bringing to life 4,000 years of Jewish, Christian and Muslim history.
Reflect and pray at the newly opened “Azarat Israel” along the Western Wall.
Underground tour of the Western Wall Tunnels.
Enjoy the smells and tastes of the Arab Suk (market) including authentic middle eastern foods for lunch.
Visit the City of David, uncovering Jerusalem’s roots while walking through King Hizikaya’s water tunnel from 2,700 years ago! Walk through the Cardo, a shopping strip from the Byzantine period.
Visit Temple Mount for a “close up” of the Dome of the Rock, holiest site of Islam in Israel (Pending security).
Visit Mt. Zion and King David’s tomb. Head upstairs to The Room of the Last supper. Share an “eye opening view” from Mt. Zion.
Day 2: Mountains of Jerusalem
Take a short nature walk through the Jerusalem hills, discovering the Avshalom Cave, an impressive stalactite and stalagmite cave, beautifully lite up with colors.
Archaeological Dig and cave spelunking at Tel Maresha, Maccabean era site and Sorek Stalagmite-Stalagmite cave
Scavenger Hunt/tasting tour in Mahane Yehuda Market. Also enjoy a guided tour of Yad Vashem, located on Mt. Remembrance, Israel’s national Holocaust memorial, including tours of: New museum, children’s memorial and Avenue of the Righteous amongst the Nations.
Day 3: Golan Heights
Drive north via the Jordan Rift Valley, experience the backroads on Israel’s longest highway, alongside the boarder with Jordan.
Raft down the Jordan River.
Hike through the dormant volcanic mountains of the Golan and swim in the waterfall pools.
Enjoy a sunset Jeep ride through the orchards and along the Syrian border for an eye-opening view.
Overnight: Kibbutz hotel
Day 4: Galilee
Tour the Mystical city of Tzfat.
Wonder through the artist market and into the ancient synagogues.
Drive to Rosh Hanikra, Border of Lebanon.
Ride a cable car down the side of the cliff, over the Mediterranean sea.
Walk through grottos carved by the force of the sea.
Tour Caesarea or Akko, ancient port cities.
Day 5: Tel-Aviv
Visit the Palmach Museum, interactive museum that shares the story of the pre-state underground fighters.
Visit the Carmel Market and taste the wonders of the local cuisine.
Shop in the bi-weekly artist market on Nachalat Binyamin st.
Tour the old-City of Jaffa, where the east and west, old and new come together.