Your personal journey through Israel

Guiding you through Israel - heart to heart

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Detailed schedules

6 day tour

Day 1 and 2

                                                      Jerusalem

A magical walking tour of the old city of Jerusalem. The tour will lead you through the narrow streets of the old city. We will try to understand some of the mystery and holiness of the city, which is the most important to Christianity, Islam and Judaism. We will visit the sites that must not be missed in old Jerusalem - Jaffa Gate, Zion Gate, Jewish Square, the Western Wall, a lookout from the rooftops, Roman street, the Church of the Holy Sepulcher and more. We will have lunch at the Mahane Yehuda market. After the meal we will continue to a lookout point from which we can see the old and the modern Jerusalem. We follow in the footsteps of Jesus on the Mount of Olives visiting the Church of the Ascension where Christ ascended to heaven and the nearby Church of the Pater Noster, where Christ taught his disciples the Lord’s Prayer. See the Dominus Flevit, the place Jesus looked out over Jerusalem and wept as he foresaw its destruction. We visit the Church of all Nations and adjacent Garden of Gethsemane where Jesus was arrested on the eve of his crucifixion

 

Day 3 and 4

Tel Aviv and more

Drive along the Mediterranean seashore to Caesarea, once the Roman capital of the country. See King Herod's ancient port, the Roman amphitheater, the aqueduct and the fortifications of the Crusaders. Continue to Tel Aviv, Israel's center of culture and commerce, with outdoor cafes and beautiful Mediterranean beaches.  The “White City” was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Visit Jaffa- one of Israel’s oldest cities. The city has been through quite a lot throughout history - various rulers conquered it and every ruler destroyed and rebuilt it again and again. But only the Turkish ruler Muhammad Abu Nabut managed to revive it. The remains of his constructions have been preserved and will be visited during the tour. We will also take a wonderful walk through alleys and visit the market, see the sea and much more

 

Day 5

Lowest place on earth

Masada and the Dead Sea - trip to two Must-See sites in Israel - Masada and the Dead Sea. We will start with a tour of Masada - an isolated cliff in the heart of the desert, where once stood a huge palace. We will hear the unique story of the place that has been declared an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Afterwards we will finish with a bath at the Dead Sea.

 

Day 6

the Sea of Galilee and Nazareth

 On our trip we will go north to the Sea of Galilee and Nazareth and follow the path of the life of the apostle of Christianity - Jesus. We will see where he grew up, where he spread his teachings and made miracles happen. The tour combines historical, archeological, theological and geographic aspects. The trip includes drives and short walks between the sites. sites: Basilica of the Annunciation, Mount of Beatitudes,Capernaum,Sea of Galilee,  Yardenit for the Baptismal site , boat ride across the Sea of Galilee

4 day tour

Day 1 and 2

                                                Jerusalem

A magical walking tour of the old city of Jerusalem. The tour will lead you through the narrow streets of the old city. We will try to understand some of the mystery and holiness of the city, which is the most important to Christianity, Islam and Judaism. We will visit the sites that must not be missed in old Jerusalem - Jaffa Gate, Zion Gate, Jewish Square, the Western Wall, a lookout from the rooftops, Roman street, the Church of the Holy Sepulcher and more. We will have lunch at the Mahane Yehuda market. After the meal we will continue to a lookout point from which we can see the old and the modern Jerusalem. We follow in the footsteps of Jesus on the Mount of Olives visiting the Church of the Ascension where Christ ascended to heaven and the nearby Church of the Pater Noster, where Christ taught his disciples the Lord’s Prayer. See the Dominus Flevit, the place Jesus looked out over Jerusalem and wept as he foresaw its destruction. We visit the Church of all Nations and adjacent Garden of Gethsemane where Jesus was arrested on the eve of his crucifixion. We will visit city of David and the tunnel and Israel museum.

 

Day 3 

Lowest place on earth

Masada and the Dead Sea - trip to two Must-See sites in Israel - Masada and the Dead Sea. We will start with a tour of Masada - an isolated cliff in the heart of the desert, where once stood a huge palace. We will hear the unique story of the place that has been declared an UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Optional: Ein Gedi hike.

 Afterwards we will finish with a bath at the Dead Sea.

 

Day 4

the Sea of Galilee and Nazareth

 On our trip we will go north to the Sea of Galilee and Nazareth and follow the path of the life of the apostle of Christianity - Jesus. We will see where he grew up, where he spread his teachings and made miracles happen. The tour combines historical, archeological, theological and geographic aspects. The trip includes drives and short walks between the sites. sites: Basilica of the Annunciation, Mount of Beatitudes,Capernaum,Sea of Galilee,  Yardenit for the Baptismal site , boat ride across the Sea of Galilee

3 day tour

Day 1

                                                  Jerusalem

A magical walking tour of the old city of Jerusalem. The tour will lead you through the narrow streets of the old city. We will try to understand some of the mystery and holiness of the city, which is the most important to Christianity, Islam and Judaism. We will visit the sites that must not be missed in old Jerusalem - Jaffa Gate, Zion Gate, Jewish Square, the Western Wall, a lookout from the rooftops, Roman street, the Church of the Holy Sepulcher and more. We will have lunch at the Mahane Yehuda market. After the meal we will continue to a lookout point from which we can see the old and the modern Jerusalem.

 

Day 2

Lowest place on earth

Masada and the Dead Sea - trip to two Must-See sites in Israel - Masada and the Dead Sea. We will start with a tour of Masada - an isolated cliff in the heart of the desert, where once stood a huge palace. We will hear the unique story of the place that has been declared an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Afterwards we will have a chance to bathe in the muds and float in the waters of the Dead Sea which is the lowest point on Earth.

Optional: hiking in Ein Gedi nature reserve one of Israel’s premier hiking spots, featuring spectacular beauty, varied landscapes and amazing springs.

 

Day 3

Tel Aviv and Jaffa

Continue to Tel Aviv, Israel's center of culture and commerce, with outdoor cafes and beautiful Mediterranean beaches.  The “White City” was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Visit Jaffa- one of Israel’s oldest cities. The city has been through quite a lot throughout history - various rulers conquered it and every ruler destroyed and rebuilt it again and again. But only the Turkish ruler Muhammad Abu Nabut managed to revive it. The remains of his constructions have been preserved and will be visited during the tour. We will also take a wonderful walk through alleys and visit the market, see the sea and much more.

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