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15 Day Israel Private Tour

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7 Days / 6 Nights

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10 people

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Overview

During 15 Day Israel Private Tour we will discover you our amazing country. We will visit 9-11 cities located on Holy Land from Haifa at North to Eilat in the South of Israel.

You will see all main Israiel sigthseeing, including Holy Jerusalem, modern Tel Aviv, ancient Jaffa, Rome Caesaria, amazing Haifa, reatret on Dead Sea, Coral reefs in Eilat.

All daily excursions lead by English talking Licensed Guides and driver on private car. We will show you Israel as we know it in colorfull paints.

We offer the most intense tours for Christians, the full-day work of our Israel Licensed guides.

Our main goal is to provide a family home environment during your visiting this unique country – Israel.

panoramic-Jerusalem on sunshine

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Gastronomy

Meal arrangements: including full Israeli buffet breakfast and dinner in hotels restaurant

Panoramic view from Armageddon

Armageddon is the prophesied location of a gathering of armies for a battle during the end times

Jewish Pride

Visit to Masada, the last fortress of the Jews in their struggle against the Romans. the pride of the Jews

Itinerary

Northern Beach of Tel Aviv
• Arrival and Transfer from Airport Ben Gurion.
• Dinner and overnight in Tel Aviv.
•Breakfast in Hotel.
• Free time.
• Half day tour to Ancient Jaffa.
• The Clock Tower Constructed in the early 1900s, this late-Ottoman clock tower in Jaffa’s Central Square (also known as Clock Tower Square) on Yefet Street was built to honour the 25-year anniversary of the reign of Sultan Abdul Hamid II.
• Kedumin Square
• St Peter’s Church. Overlooking the Mediterranean, the 18th-century church is a prominent Jaffa landmark with an ornate interior and a cloister dedicated to Saint Louis, the French king who built the city’s fortifications. Note:
the rounded corner you can see from the square one of the few remnants of the 13th-century Crusader era.
• The Artists Quarter -The Artists Quarter, also known as the Artists Colony, is a great place to get lost and one of the top sights in Jaffa. Wander into the shops and galleries and visit the eclectic Ilana Goor Museum, an 18thcentury mansion where Goor, a celebrated Israeli artist, lives and exhibits her work as well as the work of other contemporary artists.
• Dinner and overnight in Tel Aviv.
• Breakfast in Hotel.
• Ancient City of Caesarea Ruins. The Caesarea National Park contains the remains of a prestigious port city established by Herod the Great, which flourished during the Byzantine period. Visit the Roman Amphitheatre, the Hippodrome horse racing arena, and the impressive Roman Aqueducts.
• Megiddo National Park. Get ready to learn about one of the most fascinating cities in the Middle East, where Egyptian, Assyrian and Israeli leaders have all fought for control. Dating back near 5,000 years you learn about this important site while enjoying views of the Lower Galilee.
• Druze Villages of Daliat el-Carmel. The Druze, an ethnic group that split off from Islam approximately 1,000 years ago, has played an active role in supporting Israel since its founding. Learn about the history of Druze culture and its cuisine on a visit to a village in the beautiful Carmel region.
• Mount Carmel Lookout Point. We’ll end our day by standing atop Mount Carmel for a lovely view of the Haifa Bay.
• Dinner and overnight in Tel Aviv.
• Breakfast in Hotel. Checkout.
• Half day tour in Tel Aviv
• American Colony. German Colony ,Neve Tzedek,Local Street Art
• Rothschild Boulevard. Independence Hall. Bauhaus Architecture.
• The Old Train Station. The Twin Houses. The Eden Cinema
• Diamond Exchange (by request).
• Transfer to Jerusalem.
• Dinner and overnight in Jerusalem.
• Breakfast in hotel.
• Entering the Old City through the Zion Gate we pass the Dormition Church where, some believe, Mary was assumed to heaven. We ascend to the traditional Room of the Last Supper, the Coenaculum which is also perhaps where the disciples met after the ascension of Jesus to heaven Possibly this is where “tongues as of fire” appeared before them.
• Also in Mount Zion is the Tomb of David. The large cenotaph is with a drape on which are embroidered various attributes of King David including the lyre he played, a crown and the words “David, King of Israel lives forever” in Hebrew. As this is a holy site for the Jewish people men and women are separated.
• As we enter the Old City through the Zion gate we are in the Armenian Quarter and in its center the Church of St. James. We continue to the excavated Byzantine Cardo. Although this fifteen hundred year old main street of Jerusalem was partially destroyed and unused during the Moslem conquest it had a brief new lease of life during the Crusader period and the excavated Crusader shops are now modern stores.
• Continuing through the Jewish Quarter we proceed to the Western Wall (Kotel). This two thousand year old wall is part of the encircling and supporting wall built by king Herod when the Temple Mount area was enlarged.
• As we walk along the Via Dolorosa we join the many pilgrims who are following the Stations of the Cross ending at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the church built over the place of the crucifixion of Jesus and the burial tomb. Originally built in the Byzantine period, it was partially destroyed during the Persians and Moslem conquests and. then rebuilt and slightly altered by the Crusaders. We end with a short stroll through the market place.
• Dinner and overnight in Jerusalem
• Breakfast in Hotel.
• Free time.
• Dinner and overnight in Jerusalem.
• Breakfast in hotel.
• As we descend 1,200 meters from Jerusalem through the wilderness of the Judean Desert to the Dead Sea, we pass the Inn of the Good Samaritan and stop briefly at the “sea level” marker. In the distance we see Jericho, the oldest city in the world, perhaps due to its luxuriant oasis and its proximity to the Dead Sea, an ancient source of salt and we recall the conquest of Jericho by the Israelite tribes, led by Joshua, who had just crossed the Jordan River into the Promised Land. (Josh 6).
• We continue along the shores of the Dead Sea to Masada. As we ascend in the cable car, we look down at the Snake path which was used two thousand years ago when King Herod built this fortress like palace. In fact, there were two palaces, as well as a swimming pool and a well-preserved beautiful bath-house.
• Maintained by a small Roman legion after the death of Herod, it was seized by Jewish zealots at the beginning of the Jewish revolt against the Romans which culminated in the destruction of the Second Temple in the year 70 CE.
We stand over the ramp, built for the Romans by their Jewish slaves, which facilitated the breaching of the wall after three years of siege.
• The synagogue, which was built by Herod, proved conclusively to those who doubted that there were synagogues even while the Second Temple stood. We see where the first piece of parchment to be discovered in an Israeli archaeological excavation was found. And on it, legible to the naked eye were the words of the prophet Ezekiel, the “dry bones” prophecy, ending with the promise “I will take the children of Israel from among the nations … and bring them in to their own land … and the nations shall know that I the Lord do sanctify Israel …” (Ezek 37)
• On our return journey we pass the oasis of Ein Gedi where David hid from the wrath of King Saul (I Sam 24:1ff) and Qumran where the two thousand year old Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered.
• Finally we enjoy a therapeutic swim in the Dead Sea, the lowest place on earth, where the water is almost 35% salt and even those who cannot swim can float.
• Dinner and overnight in Dead Sea.
• Breakfast in Hotel.
• Free time.
• Dinner and overnight in Dead Sea.
• Breakfast in Hotel.
• Transfer from Ein Bokek to Eilat.
• Dinner and overnight in Eilat.
• Breakfast in Hotel.
• Free time.
• Dinner and overnight in Hotel.
• Breakfast in Hotel.
• Transfer Eilat Airoport
• Flight to International Airport to board on return flight.

Price Rate

Published price rates are land packages based on double occupancy per person in US dollars.

 Tour Level  Overnights Stay Meals  P.P. in DBL P.P. SNGL
Superior Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Dead Sea and Eilat Breakfast and Dinner 4800$ 6600$

What's Included

Special Offer

  • 14 Night accommodation in Double or Single rooms.
  • 14 Breakfasts.
  • 14 Dinners.
  • Fully Escorted Private Deluxe Tour of Israel.
  • Full Touring Day.
  • English Speaking Tour Guides that know the Bible and Christian Sites and Teachings Professional Tour Guide Certified by the Israeli Ministry of Tourism.

Rates Include

  • Meet & assistance on arrival and departure at Ben Gurion International Airport.
  • Transfers as mentioned.
  • Professional English-speaking guide.
  • Meal arrangements: including full Israeli buffet breakfast and dinner at Hotel’s restaurant.
  • Accommodation as mentioned.
  • Water on bus.
  • Parking.

Rates Exclude

  • Personal extras or meals not mentioned above.
  • Tips to guide/driver and hotel/restaurant staff. It is recommended that tour guides are given at least $3.00 per touring day per person, and drivers are given at least $3.00 per touring day per person.
  • Entrance fees – 50$ per person.
  • Lunches.
  • Israel Visa.
  • Medical Insurance.
  • Air ticket Eilat -> Tel Aviv starting from 69$ per person.
  • International Air tickets.

Hotels

For this trip we offer 4 and 5 stars superior hotels. All hotels are located close to beach of Mediterrian, Red and Dead Sea or near the old city of Jerusalem.

Hotels available for this tour.

City Nights Hotel Name Hotel Level Rooming  Meals
Tel Aviv 3 Leonardo Art  4****  Superior Half Board
Jerusalem 4 Prima Park  4****  Superior Half Board
Dead Sea 3 Daniel  5*****  Classic with Balcony Half Board
Eilat 4 Vista Boutique  4****  Classic Half Board
Leonardo Art│Tel Aviv│  Website

A stay of unrivalled culture and luxury at a premier beach resort

Prima Park │ Jerusalem │  Website

Experience The Joy – Inspired by the Region’s boutique wineries, Prima Park Hotel invites you to experience a joyous stay in Jerusalem.

Daniel Resort │ Ein Bokek │  Website

Dead Sea Spa Resort Hotel – A Great Holiday In A Unique

Vista Boutique│ Eilat│  Website

A small boutique hotel with a warm, cozy feeling, the Vista offers you a high level of accommodation, with caring and dedicated services that focus on your specific needs.

Good to know

PAYMENT.

Full payment is required. For special cases can be payed a deposit of 50% from total tour price. The remaining balance will be charged 59 days before departure.

TRAVEL INSURANCE.

15 Day Private Israel Tour tour requires that you have adequate and valid travel insurance covering medical and personal accidents, including repatriation costs and emergency evacuation.

VISA.

For getting the required visa(s) is the responsibility for each individual traveler, as visa requirements vary depending on your nationality. We recommend to check with your local embassies representing the countries that you are travelling to, as part of this itinerary.

OTHER PRACTICAL INFORMATION.

1. Single travelers are obliged to pay Single Supplement and will have the hotel room to themselves.
2. This tour does not depart during Yom Kippur, 18 or 19 September

Cancellation

No additional cancellation fees apply for 15 Day Israel Private Tour. You can cancel the tour up to 30 days prior departure and avoid paying the full amount, but your deposit paid is non-refundable. No refund applies for cancellations within 29 days of departure.

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Itinerary

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DAY 1. ARRIVAL

• Arrival and Transfer from Airport Ben Gurion.
• Dinner and overnight in Tel Aviv.

DAY 2. JAFFA.

•Breakfast in Hotel.
• Free time.
• Half day tour to Ancient Jaffa.
• The Clock Tower Constructed in the early 1900s, this late-Ottoman clock tower in Jaffa’s Central Square (also known as Clock Tower Square) on Yefet Street was built to honour the 25-year anniversary of the reign of Sultan Abdul Hamid II.
• Kedumin Square
• St Peter’s Church. Overlooking the Mediterranean, the 18th-century church is a prominent Jaffa landmark with an ornate interior and a cloister dedicated to Saint Louis, the French king who built the city’s fortifications. Note:
the rounded corner you can see from the square one of the few remnants of the 13th-century Crusader era.
• The Artists Quarter -The Artists Quarter, also known as the Artists Colony, is a great place to get lost and one of the top sights in Jaffa. Wander into the shops and galleries and visit the eclectic Ilana Goor Museum, an 18thcentury mansion where Goor, a celebrated Israeli artist, lives and exhibits her work as well as the work of other contemporary artists.
• Dinner and overnight in Tel Aviv.

DAY 3. CAESAREA, MEGIDDO, DRUZE VILLAGE AND HAIFA

• Breakfast in Hotel.
• Ancient City of Caesarea Ruins. The Caesarea National Park contains the remains of a prestigious port city established by Herod the Great, which flourished during the Byzantine period. Visit the Roman Amphitheatre, the Hippodrome horse racing arena, and the impressive Roman Aqueducts.
• Megiddo National Park. Get ready to learn about one of the most fascinating cities in the Middle East, where Egyptian, Assyrian and Israeli leaders have all fought for control. Dating back near 5,000 years you learn about this important site while enjoying views of the Lower Galilee.
• Druze Villages of Daliat el-Carmel. The Druze, an ethnic group that split off from Islam approximately 1,000 years ago, has played an active role in supporting Israel since its founding. Learn about the history of Druze culture and its cuisine on a visit to a village in the beautiful Carmel region.
• Mount Carmel Lookout Point. We’ll end our day by standing atop Mount Carmel for a lovely view of the Haifa Bay.
• Dinner and overnight in Tel Aviv.

DAY 4. TEL AVIV, JERUSALEM

• Breakfast in Hotel. Checkout.
• Half day tour in Tel Aviv
• American Colony. German Colony ,Neve Tzedek,Local Street Art
• Rothschild Boulevard. Independence Hall. Bauhaus Architecture.
• The Old Train Station. The Twin Houses. The Eden Cinema
• Diamond Exchange (by request).
• Transfer to Jerusalem.
• Dinner and overnight in Jerusalem.

DAY 5. JERUSALEM IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF JESUS

• Breakfast in hotel.
• Entering the Old City through the Zion Gate we pass the Dormition Church where, some believe, Mary was assumed to heaven. We ascend to the traditional Room of the Last Supper, the Coenaculum which is also perhaps where the disciples met after the ascension of Jesus to heaven Possibly this is where “tongues as of fire” appeared before them.
• Also in Mount Zion is the Tomb of David. The large cenotaph is with a drape on which are embroidered various attributes of King David including the lyre he played, a crown and the words “David, King of Israel lives forever” in Hebrew. As this is a holy site for the Jewish people men and women are separated.
• As we enter the Old City through the Zion gate we are in the Armenian Quarter and in its center the Church of St. James. We continue to the excavated Byzantine Cardo. Although this fifteen hundred year old main street of Jerusalem was partially destroyed and unused during the Moslem conquest it had a brief new lease of life during the Crusader period and the excavated Crusader shops are now modern stores.
• Continuing through the Jewish Quarter we proceed to the Western Wall (Kotel). This two thousand year old wall is part of the encircling and supporting wall built by king Herod when the Temple Mount area was enlarged.
• As we walk along the Via Dolorosa we join the many pilgrims who are following the Stations of the Cross ending at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the church built over the place of the crucifixion of Jesus and the burial tomb. Originally built in the Byzantine period, it was partially destroyed during the Persians and Moslem conquests and. then rebuilt and slightly altered by the Crusaders. We end with a short stroll through the market place.
• Dinner and overnight in Jerusalem

DAY 6-7. JERUSALEM.

• Breakfast in Hotel.
• Free time.
• Dinner and overnight in Jerusalem.

DAY 8. MASSADA AND DEAD SEA.

• Breakfast in hotel.
• As we descend 1,200 meters from Jerusalem through the wilderness of the Judean Desert to the Dead Sea, we pass the Inn of the Good Samaritan and stop briefly at the “sea level” marker. In the distance we see Jericho, the oldest city in the world, perhaps due to its luxuriant oasis and its proximity to the Dead Sea, an ancient source of salt and we recall the conquest of Jericho by the Israelite tribes, led by Joshua, who had just crossed the Jordan River into the Promised Land. (Josh 6).
• We continue along the shores of the Dead Sea to Masada. As we ascend in the cable car, we look down at the Snake path which was used two thousand years ago when King Herod built this fortress like palace. In fact, there were two palaces, as well as a swimming pool and a well-preserved beautiful bath-house.
• Maintained by a small Roman legion after the death of Herod, it was seized by Jewish zealots at the beginning of the Jewish revolt against the Romans which culminated in the destruction of the Second Temple in the year 70 CE.
We stand over the ramp, built for the Romans by their Jewish slaves, which facilitated the breaching of the wall after three years of siege.
• The synagogue, which was built by Herod, proved conclusively to those who doubted that there were synagogues even while the Second Temple stood. We see where the first piece of parchment to be discovered in an Israeli archaeological excavation was found. And on it, legible to the naked eye were the words of the prophet Ezekiel, the “dry bones” prophecy, ending with the promise “I will take the children of Israel from among the nations … and bring them in to their own land … and the nations shall know that I the Lord do sanctify Israel …” (Ezek 37)
• On our return journey we pass the oasis of Ein Gedi where David hid from the wrath of King Saul (I Sam 24:1ff) and Qumran where the two thousand year old Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered.
• Finally we enjoy a therapeutic swim in the Dead Sea, the lowest place on earth, where the water is almost 35% salt and even those who cannot swim can float.
• Dinner and overnight in Dead Sea.

DAY 9-10. DEAD SEA.

• Breakfast in Hotel.
• Free time.
• Dinner and overnight in Dead Sea.

DAY 11. EILAT.

• Breakfast in Hotel.
• Transfer from Ein Bokek to Eilat.
• Dinner and overnight in Eilat.

DAY 12-14. EILAT.

• Breakfast in Hotel.
• Free time.
• Dinner and overnight in Hotel.

DAY 15. DEPARTURE

• Breakfast in Hotel.
• Transfer Eilat Airoport
• Flight to International Airport to board on return flight.

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