Holyland 10 Night Sunday Arrival Israel Tours

Holyland Tour – 10 Nights – Sunday Arrival – Guaranteed Departure - Itinerary

Sunday - Ben Gurion Airport - Tel-AvivArrival at Ben Gurion Airportwhere you will be met by our representative and transferred to your hotel. Overnight in Tel Aviv. 

Monday - Caesarea / Megiddo / Haifa / AcreDepart Tel Aviv and drive along the coastal plain to Caesarea, capital of Judea under the Romans. Visit the excavations of the ancient city, the Roman theater and aqueduct. Continue to Megiddo, identified as the site of Armageddon. Visit the archaeological excavations at Megiddo, including the well-preserved water supply system. Drive to Haifa; view the Persian Gardens at the Bahai Temple. From Haifa, drive to Acre to visit the ancient city and harbor. Continue to Kibbutz Lavi for dinner and overnight.

Tuesday - Tiberias / Capernaum / Banias After a short tour of Tiberias, we take a boat ride to Capernaum. Visit the remains of the 2nd century synagogue. Proceed to Tabgha, the site of the 

miracle of fish and loaves, and visit the Church of Multiplication with its 4th century 

mosaic floor. Continue to Mount of the Beatitudes, the place where Jesus delivered the Sermon on the Mount. Drive to the Banias Springs and Waterfall and tour the Golan Heights. Return to Kibbutz Lavi for dinner and overnight. 

Wednesday - Nazareth / Beit Shean

Drive to Nazareth via Cana of Galilee. In Nazareth, visit the Church of the Annunciation, St. Joseph’s Workshop and Mary’s Well. Drive to Yardenit, the baptismal site on the Jordan River.

Continue to Beit Shean, a newly excavated city, and visit the Roman theater. Drive along the Jordan River to Jerusalem for overnight. 

Thursday - Jerusalem - Old City 

Drive to Mount of Olives for a panoramic view of the city. Visit the Church of All Nations, King 

David’s Tomb and the Room of the Last Supper on Mount Zion. Enter within the walls of the city and visit the Cardo, Temple Mount (entrance to the mosques not included), Western Wall, Via Dolorosa, the Church of the Holy Sepulcher and the Oriental Bazaar. Visit the Garden Tomb. Overnight in Jerusalem.

Friday - Jerusalem – New City and Bethlehem

Drive to Ein Kerem to visit the Church of Visitation; proceed to Yad Vashem Memorial to the Holocaust. Visit the Israel Museum, the Shrine of the Book which houses the Dead Sea Scrolls and the miniature model of Jerusalem as it was during the Second Temple period. Proceed to Bethlehem to visit the Church of the Nativity. Overnight in Jerusalem. 

Saturday - Dead Sea / Masada

Drive to Qumran, where the Dead Sea Scrolls where found. Visit the ancient city of Qumran and drive along the shore of the Dead Sea, the lowest place on earth, to Masada, the last stronghold of the Jews after the destruction of the Second Temple in 73 A.D. Ascend Masada by cable car and visit the food storeroom, water irrigation system and Herod’s Palace. Descend by cable car.

Time and weather permitting, an opportunity will be provided to float on the Dead Sea. Return to Jerusalem for overnight.

Sunday - Timna/Underwater Observatory/Eilat

Travel south through the Negev desert, Visit Timna to see the copper mines and King Solomon’s pillars and marvel at the huge multi-colored rock formations. Continue to Eilat and stop to visit the Underwater Observatory , one of the largest seaquariums in the world, built into a coral reef. Overnight in Eilat.

Monday - At leisure or optional tour to Petra (additional charge)

After visa assistance at the Jordanian Border, drive straight to Petra through desert highways. Your ultimate destination is the astonishing rose-red city of Petra which was built by the Nabateans (an early Arab tribe). Petra was renowned for its massive architecture, pools, dams and water channels. Petra is the legacy of the Nabateans who settled in the South of Jordan more than two-thousand years ago. The visit begins with the possibility of short horseback-riding for about 700 m. until the entrance of the Siq, which is about 1.2 km long (walking distance). There is a possibility to rent a chariot (extra) to get inside Petra and back to the gate outside. Petra is famous for its huge monuments such as The Treasury, Royal Tombs, The Court, Roman Theatre, Roman Street, Qasser El-Bint (Palace of Pharaoh’s daughter) and many other smaller monuments which fascinate visitors. The city itself is almost 45 square km and is considered to

be the second wonder of the world. After the visit, enjoy lunch at a nice restaurant followed by a drive back to the border. En-route, stop for a short visit at Aqaba with possibility for a short walk. Transfer to border at approximately 18:00 for crossing to Eilat. Overnight in Eilat.

Tuesday - Eilat / Mitzpe Ramon / Sde Boker / Tel Aviv

Depart Eilat via Mitzpe Ramon to gaze into the Ramon crater, a geological wonder. Proceed to Sde Boker and see Ben Gurion’s hut and grave overlooking the magnificent Zin valley. Stop for a Camel riding experience and visit to an authentic Bedouin tent. Learn about the Bedouin hospitality and enjoy a light lunch. Continue to Hatzerim and visit Israel’s air force museum to view the planes and equipment and hear the story of this brave fighting force. Overnight in Tel Aviv.

Wednesday—Transfer to Ben Gurion Airport for departure.

Khan Al-Umdan Acre


The Synagogue At Capernaum


Jerusalem From Mount of Olives

The Shrine of the Book Jerusalem

Masada From the North

Eilat Coastline


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