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7 Days/ 6 Nights
Israel
Israel
Min Age : 18+
Tour Details

Israel is a country with diverse population which have developed from the ancient Israels Jewish and Arab and other ethnic minority cultures. With over  more than 200 museums, Israel loves to flaunt its art and history. Israel is the birthplace of Jewish culture and has played an important and fundamental role in shaping Christianity and Islam.Even ancient Israel philosophies are still found on the pages of the Bible. Its a country rich in history and culture.

Departure & Return Location

 Ben Gurion Airport, Israel

Departure Time

3 Hours Before Flight Time

Price Includes

  • Accommodation with breakfast
  • All transportations in the destination location
  • Airport transfers
  • Meals as per the itinerary
  • Sightseeing and excursions as per the itinerary

Price Excludes

  • Airfares
  • Any expenses of personal nature/ room service fee/ tips
  • Visa
  • GST if applicable
  • Cost of excursions, entrance fees, and guides availed by passengers other than those mentioned under tour inclusions

Things To Carry

  • Comfortable clothing and shoes suitable for the destination
  • Sunscreen/ sunglasses/ umbrella
  • Hats/ caps/ comfortable shoes
  • Identity documents and other travel documents ( visa, if applicable)
  • Medication and first aid along with the prescription

For more details refer to Travel Planning Guide

What to Expect

Israel has millions of visitors annually. Tel Aviv and Jerusalem has been considered the main art and history hub of Israel. Tel Aviv has been described as ” capital of Mediterranean cool” by the New York Times. Israel is a place to indulge in ancient cultures and civilizations. 

It not only has vibrant architecture and historic sites, but also traditional folk dances and great classical music since the early 1930. It host large collection of Jewish religious art,sculptures and the infamous Dead sea scrolls.

  • Mount of Olives
  • Church of Nativity
  • Yad Vashem
  • Israel Museum
  • Safad
  • Nazareth
Itinerary

Day 1Arrive in Jerusalem

Arriving at Jerusalem proceed to check in at your accommodation.
Spend the day at your leisure or enjoying the local cuisine or going out for a wild shopping spree.

(Overnight at Jerusalem)

Day 2Tel Aviv

Post breakfast, take trip to Rothschild Boulevard or Sderot Rotshild – one of Tel Aviv’s main attractions and earliest streets. The streets are filled with the city’s shaded beauty spots, bike trails, outdoor installations and a plethora of arts and cultural venues along with a long and impressive list of restaurants and cafés dotted along the Boulevard, adorable neighborhood kiosks, playgrounds and fitness facilities, unique Bauhaus architecture and historical sites surrounding it ..
After lunch , visit the Rabin Square (Kikar Rabin) is probably the most famous historical square in Tel Aviv’s one of the main streets, Ibn Gabirol. It houses the magnificent Rabin Memorial Monument at the edge of the square which has an exact replication of how Yitzhak Rabin’s assassination was carried out in 1995. It also offers a great spot at nighttime for various holidays as they always bring a massive gathering and lighting up of the main building on the perimeter of the square.

(Overnight at Tel Aviv)

Day 3Tel Aviv and Jaffa

Post breakfast start for Neve Tzedek which was the first Jewish neighborhood outside of the old port city of Jaffa, built as a suburb. It has a oriental architectural style, combined with quaint, narrow streets with boutiques. Neve Tzedek means Oasis of Justice most expensive neighborhood of Tel Aviv. It’s home to some of the most posh stores and restaurants as well.
After lunch we visit the old port city of Jaffa. It showcases the Jewish and Arab cultures of the area. And visit the Jaffa Market for artistic shops and gourmet restaurants. The main highlight is the Artists Quarter of Old Jaffa that is filled with galleries, cobblestones and zodiac-themed street signs .

(Overnight at Tel Aviv)

Day 4Caesarea/Haifa/Nazareth/Galilee

Post breakfast, we will visit Nazareth, which is said to be the boyhood home of Jesus and also also known as the “Arab of Israel”. The great highlight of Nazareth is the Church of the Annunciation. The church was built over the site where it is believed that the Annunciation took place, a Christian tradition in which the angel Gabriel announced to the Virgin Mary that she would be the mother of Jesus, the son of God. Next we will visit Caesarea Maritian which was administrative centre of the Roman Capital. It is famous for its archaeological excavations that provide treasures from many historical civilizations.
After lunch we will visit Haifa- beautiful location on the Mediterranean shoreline, Israel’s third largest city anda treasure trove of history and magnificent sights. We will take a tour of Baha’i Gardens -a World Heritage Site consisting 19 gardens terraced style majestically located on the slopes of Carmel Mountain. The gardens are interwoven with gravel pathways and present sweeping panoramas of the attractive Haifa bay.
from there leave for Galilee.

(Overnight at Galilee)

Day 5Golan & Galilee Excursion

Post breakfast start the tour of Galilei by taking a wooden boat across the Sea of Galilee to experience its surreal waters. Next is a trip to Golan heights that offer mesmerizing views of the Sea of Galilee and the Hula Valley. The volcanic Golan plateau has fields of basalt boulders and deep canyons that are mixed with cattle ranches, orchards, vineyards and small, middle-class communities, both Israeli and Druze.
After lunch,We start our journey by taking a tour to the birthplace of Kabbalah and one of the four holy cities – Safad. It is famous for its synagogues and local artists holding their workshops. You can find the the streets are lined with collective and private art galleries and workshops featuring oil and watercolour paintings, silverwork, jewelry, glasswork, weaving and artistic Judaica.

(Overnight at Gaillee)

Day 6Capernaum/Tabgha/Beth Shean/Jerusalem

Post breakfast, we will visit Capernaum which was chosen by Jesus as a center of His ministry. The site is an archaeological complex, presenting the scene of those Biblical events, related to Jesus.There are two main buildings among the remains of Capernaum. The first one is the Synagogue. Actually, there has been a first Synagogue, where Jesus actively did his work, and a second Synagogue, dated from 4-5th century, built on the foundation of the first one. Next is Tiberias a Jewish city,preaenting the ancient Roman walls, the Tomb of Maimonides and the Hot springs.Continue to Tabgha, which is best known for Jesus’ third appearance to his disciples after his Resurrection, when he tested and commissioned St Peter as leader of his Church.There are two churches in the spot, and pilgrims find the place a serene location for meditation, prayer and study.

After lunch visit Israel’s oldest cities- Beit She’an which boasts a vast national park of archeology. Beit She’an national archeological park has restored ruins of the 7,000-seat Roman theater, Byzantine bathhouse, decorative fountain, colonnaded streets and gladiator amphitheater. Next is an excursion to the Jordan River Valley, that runs through the land and history of the Bible, giving its waters a spiritual significance .The Jordan river is significant for Jews because the tribes of Israel under Joshua crossed the river on dry ground to enter the Promised Land after years of wandering in the desert.It is significant for Christians because John the Baptist baptised Jesus in the waters of the Jordan.Next is a hike to The Mount Scopus . Its hebrew name means “mountain of spectators” as it is one of the few places from where you can see the Dead Sea and the Dome of the Rock.

(Inclusions-Breakfast and Dinner)
(Overnight at Jerusalem)

Day 7Jerusalem

Post breakfast, we will take a tour to the Mount of Olives to watch the magnificent view of Jerusalem. Mount of olives has been a site for Christian worship and pilgrimage since ancient times due to its association with Jesus. Next we take a visit to the Church of Nativity, which is said to be the birthplace of Jesus.

(Overnight at Jerasulem)

Day 8Masada and Dead Sea Excursion

Post breakfast , leave for the Judean Desert which is marked by barren wilderness, mountains, terraces and escarpments rather than rolling sand dunes. It is criss-crossed by a number of valleys (wadis) and has deep ravines cutting through the rock with lush oasis and streams. Masada stands on the eastern edge of the Judean Desert where it blends with the Negev Desert. It is a high rock outcrop has a flat plateau summit where King Herod built his fortress palace in 37 BC. The remains of the fortress complex have survived and the views from this point are breathtaking overlooking the Dead Sea. Then you’ll travel to the Dead Sea to relax and float in its legendary waters.

(Overnight at Jerusalem)

Day 9Jerusalem

Post breakfast, we will start our journey with a visit to Yad Vashem. It is the official memorial for the victims of the holocaust.The memorial seeks to educate, document, and commemorate the Holocaust – the genocide that claimed over six million Jewish lives during WWII, killing two thirds of the European Jewish population Next we will visit the Israel Museum which holds the famous dead sea scrolls. It is a famous for holding a number of artifacts from holy land and Jewish culture. The main highlight is the Shrine of the Book . It has a quirky contemporary architecture and houses ancient manuscripts — including the first Dead Sea Scrolls to be discovered. we will also visit the Billy Rose Art Garden -created by Isamu Noguchi, an American sculptor.The garden folllows the principles of Zen design, and is made up of variety of different materials such as concrete, gravel and water, and featuring mostly native plants. The garden is set on a steep hillside, offering panoramic views of the city.
After lunch, we take a visit to the Church of Nativity, which is said to be the birthplace of Jesus. It is the oldest complete church in the Christian world, built by the emperor Justinian in the 6th century. It replaced the original church of Constantine the Great, built over the cave venerated as Christ’s birthplace, and dedicated in AD 339.

(Overnight at Jerusalem)

Day 10Jerusalem

Post breakfast,our first stop will be the Armenian quarter. There is a 1000 years old Cathedral is the area which is the highlight of this section. Next up was the Jewish quarter.,The highlight of this section is the Wailing Wall or the Western Wall, the 2000 year old remains of then holiest Jewish temple of them all, Temple Mount, built by Herod in 20BC.The next section of the tour arrives at the Muslim quarter, the most densely populated section. Temple Mount or known as the Noble Sanctuary in Islamic terms is the home to the world’s oldest mosque (al-Aqsa) and marks the point when the prophet Muhammed ascended to heaven. Last is the Christian quarter, which hosts probabily the most famous church- the Holy Sepulchre, where Jesus was said to be crucified.
After lunch, visit the Tower of David, also known as the David Citadel is a museum that walks you through 4000 years of ancient Jerusalem Old City history and also serves a great view of the city from the tower. King David is that he was probably the first to fortify this site. The David Citadel has served many purposes besides its principal function as a military outpost. General Allenby stood on the steps that lead up to the museum when he formally declared Jerusalem to be under British rule.

(Overnight at Jerusalem)

Day 11Departure

Post breakfast, proceed to the airport or railway station for the departure home.

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