Best of Israel

This 9 Day Best of Israel tour visits Holy Jerusalem and the Wailing Wall, the Dead Sea, Nazareth and Tel Aviv. Visit the tomb of King David and the Mount of Beatitudes, where Jesus delivered the Sermon on the Mount. Float in the Dead Sea, pray at the Wailing Wall and explore Tel Aviv.

Planning your holiday is easy, or speak to our friendly Consultants.

Day 1: Arrive Tel Aviv – Jerusalem

Your pilgrimage through a land regarded by many as the holiest of the holy begins in the sacred city of Jerusalem, which you will have an opportunity to explore before joining your Travel Director and fellow travellers for a Welcome Drink to herald an epic journey into antiquity. L’chaim!

Hotel: Dan Panorama, 4 nights
Day 2: Mount Zion – The Old City Of Jerusalem

Tread in the footsteps of prophets, crusaders and kings, admiring the Old City of Jerusalem from the sacred vantage point of the Mount of Olives. Ascend to Mount Zion to visit the tomb of King David and see the room where Jesus and his disciples shared in the Last Supper near Zion Gate. We stroll through the Jewish Quarter to the Wailing Wall. Here we’ll ‘Dive Into Culture’ and watch faithful Jews cede their prayers to the crevices of its ancient rocks. See the Dome of the Rock on Temple Mount and follow the path taken by Christ past the Stations of the Cross along the Via Dolorosa to Golgotha, arriving at the 4th-century Church of the Holy Sepulchre, where Christians gather to commemorate at the traditional site of His Resurrection.

Day 3: Jerusalem – Dead Sea – Masada – Jerusalem

Journeying across the rocky Judean Desert, we pass by the sight where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found accidentally by a Bedouin boy in 1947. A short drive and journey up the cableway brings us to the striking cliff-top fortress of Masada where a Roman siege ended in the tragic mass suicide of over 900 Zealots. Their sacrifice remains as a symbol of Israel’s pledge to remain free. Stroll through the excavations of Herod’s palatial retreat, before returning to the lowest point on earth to float in the salty waters of the Dead Sea (time permitting). This evening, we share a traditional meal at our hotel in Jerusalem.

Day 4: Jerusalem Free Day

Enjoy a full day at leisure to delve into the centuries-old history of Jerusalem. Discover the meeting place of three great religions and the ancient sites that remain as a testament to their vast heritage. From the Christian Quarter Road and market stalls of the Muslim Quarter, to Hurva Square, the social centre of the Jewish Quarter – the city’s treasures and diverse community are yours to explore during your free time. Wander through the Old City and into the New City to celebrate its talented artists in Ein Kerem or enjoy a coffee stop at a friendly café in the German Colony.

Day 5: New City Of Jerusalem – Lower Galilee 

We continue our compelling discovery of Jerusalem and visit Yad Vashem to commemorate the millions of lives lost in the Holocaust during World War II. We’ll see the Dead Sea Scrolls at Israel Museum’s Shrine of the Book, the Knesset and the Givat Ram Campus of the Hebrew University, before travelling through the farmlands of the Jordon Valley. Celebrate a strong sense of community at your overnight stop at a Kibbutz hotel, where you’ll dine this evening.

Hotel: Lavi Kibbutz, 2 nights
Day 6: Excursion Megiddo – Nazareth – Capernaum – Mount Of Beatitudes

Ascend to the hilltop ‘chariot city’ and battlegrounds of Megiddo to see the excavations of Solomon’s Stables. Our next stop is the sacred Catholic shrine of the Church of the Annunciation at Nazareth and the ruins of the old synagogue at Capernaum, said to have been built on the home of St. Peter. Later, we continue to the Mount of Beatitudes, where Jesus delivered the Sermon on the Mount. This evening, we dine at our hotel in Galilee.

Day 7: Lower Galilee – Tzfat – Acre – Haifa – Caesarea – Tel Aviv

Venture to one of Judaism’s Four Holy Cities and the birthplace of the Kabbalah movement, exploring the ancient synagogue and artists’ colony of Tzfat. We continue to the almost-intact 12th-century underground City of Acre to admire its medieval Crusader buildings, before enjoying views of the Baha’i Shrine and the beautiful Persian Hanging Gardens of Haifa, created as a memorial to the founders of the Baha’i faith. Imagine seafaring traders plying their wares in the ancient port city of Caesarea, then travel to the vibrant city of Tel Aviv, our home for the next two nights.

Hotel: Dan Panorama, 2 nights
Day 8: Tel Aviv Sightseeing and Free Time

Join a Local Specialist this morning to stroll through the ancient ruins of Old Jaffa to explore biblical stories and ancient mythology. Continue to Newe Zedek, the first neighbourhood of Tel Aviv. Soak up the cosmopolitan atmosphere of Rothchild Boulevard, then drive to Rabin Square, where you’ll learn about the assassination of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin who has become a symbol of the Israeli-Palestinian peace process. Indulge all your senses on your final stop in Tel Aviv – the smells of roasted coffee and freshly baked bread provide a welcome backdrop for your leisurely journey past bustling market stalls before you return to your hotel for an evening at leisure.

Day 9: Depart Tel Aviv

Our epic journey through the sacred lands of Israel has come to an end. All that’s left to say is a fond farewell to fellow pilgrims as you prepare for your journey home. Transfers are available. Conditions apply.

2019 Dates & PricesTwin ShareSolo Traveller
April: 04, 11$3,875.00$5,545.00
April: 18$4,225.00$6,225.00
April: 25$3,975.00$5,645.00
May: 02, 09, 16, 23, 30$3,875.00$5,545.00
June: 06, 13, 20, 27$3,875.00$5,545.00
July: 04, 11, 18, 25$3,875.00$5,545.00
August: 01, 08$4,095.00$5,765.00
August: 15, 22$3,950.00$5,620.00
August: 29$3,875.00$5,545.00
September: 05, 12, 19$3,875.00$5,545.00
September: 26$3,995.00$5,665.00
October: 10, 17$3,995.00$5,665.00
October: 24$3,875.00$5,545.00
Inclusions: 
Meals: 8 breakfasts, 3 dinners
Transport: Luxury air-conditioned coach
Accommodation: 8 nights accommodation
Guide: An expert Travel Director & separate Driver
Entrance Fees & Touring:Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary

* Tour departure dates are subject to availability at time of booking.
* Prices and itinerary are correct at time of publication and are subject to change without notice.

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Classic Israel

Brimming with world famous historic and biblical sites, Israel is a timeless yet refreshingly authentic destination. From fashionable Tel Aviv and its ancient port city Jaffa to Bethlehem and Jerusalem, you’ll explore the Holy Land’s most famous sights and take in its diverse cultural appeal on this 11 Day Classic Israel Tour. Explore Caesarea, capital of the Roman province, the beautiful Golan Heights, the Western Wall and the bewitching Negev Desert, and a visit to the war cemetery at Beersheba is sure to be a poignant encounter.

Planning your holiday is easy, or speak to our friendly Consultants.

Day 1: Arrive Tel Aviv

Shalom and welcome to Tel Aviv, a modern and laid-back city on the Mediterranean Sea. Receive a warm welcome by A&K and transfer to your boutique accommodation. After time to settle in, step outside and discover why Tel Aviv is such a fashionable city. Overflowing with restaurants, bars, galleries and a glittering seaside, there’s plenty to see and do.

Hotel: The Norman, 2 nights

Day 2: Tel Aviv

Get a taste of everyday Tel Aviv when you visit the vibrant Carmel Market this morning. Stroll the narrow alleyway lined with colourful stalls selling everything from clothing and spices to fruit and electronics. The market is a fascinating microcosm of Israel’s ethnic diversity.

Continue to Neve Tzedek, the first Jewish neighbourhood to be built outside the walls of the ancient port of Jaffa, which was home to artists and intellectuals 20 years before Tel Aviv was founded in 1909. The area has been reinvented and today is one of the city’s most colourful artistic neighbourhoods teeming with boutiques, restaurants and specialty shops. Drive along Tel Aviv’s stunning beach promenade which is popular with locals and visitors alike and explore the ‘White City’. This part of the city is famous for its Art Deco and Bauhaus architecture and is a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site. Journey down Rothschild Boulevard, one of the most iconic streets in the area which was named after Baron Edmond James de Rothschild. Admire the architecture which showcases the Bauhaus and International Styles. Israel’s independence was declared in this neighbourhood and today it is the most glamorous part of the city.

Finish the day at Jaffa, one of the oldest port cities in the world – it is thought to be the port from which Jonah left in the story of the whale! Today its cobbled alleyways are home to an artists’ colony with galleries exhibiting paintings and sculptures from both local and foreign artists. While Tel Aviv is young, barely 100 years old, Jaffa has been active for more than 2,000 years. Spend time wandering through the winding streets of the Old City, admiring the galleries, visiting designer boutiques and shopping for local crafts and Arabic treats.

Day 3: Tel Aviv – Tiberias

Head out of town travelling north along the coastal highway to the ancient Roman capital, Caesarea, where Herod laid out a classical city and constructed a revolutionary, artificial harbour. Close to the amphitheatre, view a partial inscription mentioning Pontius Pilate — the only secular reference to his existence. Then, visit the seaport cities of Haifa and Acre, the latter a UNESCO World Heritage Site that dates back to Phoenician and Crusader times. Whilst at Acre, tour the Knights’ Halls, view the El Jazaar Mosque and explore the elaborate covered markets. Drive to your hotel in Tiberias overlooking the Sea of Galilee. 

Hotel: Scots Hotel, 2 nights

Day 4: Tiberias

Discover several Biblical sites today starting with a boat ride on the Sea of Galilee. Stop at Capernaum, where you will see the ancient synagogue where Jesus taught and St. Peter’s house, which was later converted into a church. You will also view Tabgha with the Church of Peter’s Primacy and the Mount of Beatitudes, the site where Christ gave his famous Sermon on the Mount.

In the afternoon drive up to the Golan Heights, a rocky plateau overlooking the Sea of Galilee and bordering Syria and Lebanon. Visit the excavations at Tel Dan dating back 4000 years. The site is one of the sources of the Jordan River; now a nature reserve, it was once the home of the Tribe of Dan and an important centre during the Roman, Hellenistic and Persian periods.

Day 5: Tiberias – Jerusalem

After breakfast journey to Kibbutz Degania, the first kibbutz established by Zionist pioneers 37 years before the creation of
the State of Israel. Learn more of the early principles of the Kibbutz; of all work being equally worthy, of equality between all people, of providing for all and for the liberation from material cares. Degania spawned not only the wider kibbutz movement but was also part of the ‘can-do’ spirit that eventually lead to the creation of the state. Both Israel and the kibbutz movement have evolved greatly in the 70 years since the state was created, but the start-up spirit of the movement exists to this day. On next to
Nazareth to visit the Church of Annunciation before continuing through the Jordan Valley to Jerusalem with a stop at Beit Shean, the biblical Scythopolis, to visit Israel’s best preserved Roman amphitheatre.

Hotel: The King David, 3 nights

Day 6: Jerusalem

A day in the remarkable Old City begins with a dramatic view of this city sacred to so many. Enter the walled old city to experience the Four Quarters of the city – Christian, Muslim, Armenian and Jewish. Start at the Cardo located in the centre of the Jewish Quarter where you see the ancient Roman road and view the unearthed main thoroughfare and ancient marketplace lined with columns. Proceed past the Burnt House, destroyed by the Romans during the sack of Jerusalem in 70AD, to the Western Wall with the Dome of the Rock in the background. After visiting the wall walk towards the Southern Wall excavations to see the Davidson Centre for an overview of the Temple Mount complex.

This afternoon, admire the beautifully simple St Anne’s Church with the Pool of Bethesda nearby. Walk along the Stations of the Way of the Cross, a route walked by pilgrims for hundreds of years, to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre where you can see the devotion and prayer, by many different denominations, at the site of the crucifixion and the Tomb of Christ.

Day 7: Jerusalem

Start the day with a visit to Yad Vashem – the Jewish people’s memorial to the six million lives lost in the Holocaust. Spend time in the museum and walk along the Avenue of the Righteous, dedicated to the people who risked their lives rescuing the Jews during the Holocaust.

From here, it’s on to Bethlehem, located in the Palestinian territory, where lunch showcases local delicacies. Visit the Church of the Nativity, which sits over the cave where Jesus was born, and is one of the holiest sites in Christianity. It was originally built by the Emperor Constantine in the 4th century and spared destruction by the Persians out of respect for a mosaic of the Magi shown wearing Persian attire.

Day 8: Jerusalem – Negev Desert

Journey overland through the moonscape of the Judean Desert down to the Dead Sea (the lowest point on Earth) to Masada, where you continue by cable-car up to the last stronghold of the Zealots. Some 2,000 years ago, Roman legions stormed one of the two paths to the top of this sandstone mountain to reach the Jewish Zealots headquartered there. The brave Israelite soldiers held out for three years against the invading Roman army before taking their own lives to avoid capture and enslavement. Many of their fortifications, originally built by King Herod, still stand.

There is time for a swim in the Dead Sea before continuing through the Negev Desert to the Ramon Crater where you check into your getaway overlooking the crater. One of the world’s most fascinating natural phenomena, the astonishing crater is the largest of the seven erosion cirques in the world and is 40-kilometres long, 9-kilometres wide and 400-metres deep. It forms Israel’s largest national park, the Ramon Nature Reserve. 

Hotel: Beresheet Hotel, 2 nights

Day 9: Negev Desert

Covering over half of Israel’s total land area, the Negev Desert is a fascinating and enchanting place. The day is yours to enjoy at leisure. Soak up the limitless views of the crater from the pool, escape the arid surroundings altogether with a day at the spa (additional charge) or choose from a menu of activities including hiking, jeep excursions, desert yoga or star gazing (additional charges).

Day 10: Negev Desert – Tel Aviv

Depart the desert today and drive north past the main settlements that controlled the spice routes. In antiquity these trading routes stretched from the Mediterranean and Egypt down to Eastern Africa and east to Arabia, India and beyond. Avdat was one of the most developed settlements in ancient times and today there are extensive remains from the Nabatean and Roman eras including the Nabatean Acropolis and Roman Baths, burial caves and storage cisterns.

Your visit will provide insight to the way of life, water harvesting methods, architecture and sophisticated agricultural techniques developed to produce crops in desert conditions. As you continue north you may wish to stop at the Commonwealth cemetery where the fallen soldiers from the famous mounted charge of the 4th Australian Light Horse Brigade were buried in 1917 after the capture of Beersheba.

Hotel: The Norman

Day 11: Depart Tel Aviv

Transfer to the airport for your departure flight.

2019 Dates & PricesTwin ShareSolo Traveller
Departs Tel Aviv daily : $13,995.00$25,915.00
Inclusions: 
Meals: 10 breakfasts, 4 lunches, 2 dinners
Transport:Airport Transfers & Private air-conditioned vehicle
Accommodation:11 nights accommodation
Guide:English Speaking Guide
Entrance Fees & Touring:Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary

* Tour departure dates are subject to availability at time of booking.
* Prices and itinerary are correct at time of publication and are subject to change without notice.

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Israel Discovery

Walk in the footsteps of Jesus, as you journey from birthplace to his Crucifixion site of Jerusalem. The Israel Discovery tour is a journey that brings Biblical stories to life, taking you to some of the world’s most sacred Jewish and Islamic sites, accompanied by your knowledgeable Local Expert.

Planning your holiday is easy, or speak to our friendly Consultants.

Day 1: Welcome to Tel Aviv

You will be met at Ben Gurion Airport and driven to your hotel in Tel Aviv. At 19:30 meet your travel companions for a Welcome Reception and a short introduction to your trip.

Day 2: Exploring Vibrant Tel Aviv

Morning sightseeing showcases the highlights of this vibrant city including the Habimah National Theatre, Rabin Square and Carmel Market. Venture along the seashore to the ancient city of Jaffa to see the famous clock tower and the old harbour. Visit the artists’ quarter with its galleries, boutiques and picturesque narrow lanes. At night, enjoy a traditional Shabbat dinner.

Day 3: Caesarea – Acre – Nazareth and Galilee

Travel from Tel Aviv, along the coastal road to Caesarea. Explore the ancient Roman and Crusader ruins, including the huge amphitheatre. Travel via Haifa to Acre, fought over for centuries and captured in turn by Saracens and Crusaders, including Richard the Lionheart. See the fortress, the old harbour area and Crusader crypt, before continuing to Nazareth. Visit one of Christianity’s most sacred places, the Church of Annunciation, built on the site where the angel Gabriel is said to have appeared to Mary. Head on to your hotel in Tiberias, which is located on the Sea of Galilee. The day concludes with a brief introduction to life on a Kibbutz.

Day 4: To the Dead Sea

Visit the ancient wooden boat that dates back to when Jesus was alive, and enjoy a cruise on the Sea of Galilee. Visit Capernaum, where Jesus is said to have entered the Synagogue to teach, before heading to the Mount of Beatitudes, where he preached the Sermon on the Mount. Journey through ever-changing landscapes along the Jordan Valley, past ancient Jericho, to take a dip in the buoyant salt waters of the Dead Sea.

Day 5: Masada and the Holy City of Jerusalem

Take a cable car ride up to the fortress of Masada, where Jewish Zealots held out for three years against Herod’s armies. Pass the caves where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found at Qumran. Travel through the Judean Hills to Mount Scopus for breathtaking views of Jerusalem. Visit King David’s Tomb on Mount Zion, and the Room of the Last Supper. Enter the Old City and follow the winding cobbled alleyways to the magnificent Wailing Wall, the most sacred monument in Judaism.

Day 6: Exploring Jerusalem

Visit Yad Vashem, a memorial for those who perished in the Holocaust. Continue to the Israel Museum and the Shrine of the Book wing which houses the Dead Sea Scrolls.

Day 7: Optional Bethlehem Experience

Enjoy a relaxed morning or alternatively choose to meet your Local Expert at the West Bank border and continue to the Holy city of Bethlehem. The Optional Experience includes visiting the Church of the Nativity, one of the oldest continuously operating churches in the world. The structure is built over the cave that tradition marks as the birthplace of Christ, and is considered sacred by followers of both Christianity and Islam. In the afternoon, all travellers will visit the Garden of Gethsemene and walk through the Old City to see the Temple Mount, one of Islam’s holiest sites. Continue along the Via Dolorosa past the Stations of the Cross, Ecce Homo Arch, and the Pool of Bethesda, to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. At night, toast your adventures over a hearty Celebration Dinner with wine.

Day 8: Depart Jerusalem

Your journey comes to an end with transfers to Ben Gurion Airport.

2019 Dates & PricesTwin ShareSolo Traveller
April: 11$4,375.00$6,175.00
April: 25$4,450.00$6,250.00
May: 09, 23$4,375.00$6,175.00
June: 06, 20$4,375.00$6,175.00
June: 20$4,525.00$6,325.00
July: 11, 25$4,375.00$6,175.00
August: 08, 22$4,675.00$6,475.00
September: 05, 09$4,375.00$6,175.00
October: 03$4,375.00$6,175.00

Inclusions: 
Meals: 7 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 2 dinners
Transport:Luxury air-conditioned coach
Accommodation:7 nights accommodation
Guide:Services of a Travel Director
Entrance Fees & Touring:Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary

* Tour departure dates are subject to availability at time of booking.
* Prices and itinerary are correct at time of publication and are subject to change without notice.

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Fascinating Israel

Israel has been a pilgrimage center for people throughout the ages and is a treasure trove of historical and biblical sights. On this Fascinating Israel tour, start in Tel Aviv and end in Jerusalem with overnights also in Haifa and Kibbutz Lavi. Along the way, you’ll visit the most famous and interesting sights, including many UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Baha’i Shrine, the world center of Baha’i faith; Acre, a historic walled port-city where you’ll see some of the immense underground Crusader city, dating from 1104-1291; and Masada, a rugged cliff-top fortress where Jewish zealots chose death rather than slavery to the Romans.

Planning your holiday is easy, or speak to our friendly Consultants.

Day 1: Arrive In Tel Aviv, Israel

Welcome to Tel Aviv! Enjoy this evening’s welcome dinner with your traveling companions and Tour Director.

Hotel: Herods Hotel Tel Aviv, 2 nights

Day 2: Tel Aviv – Excursion to Valley of Elah – Latrun – Jaffa

Drive into the ancient land of the Philistines and in the Valley of Elah. Stop at the site of David’s victory over the Philistine champion, Goliath, and hear about this biblical event. Later, refresh your memory with the tale of Samson and Delilah as you proceed through the land of the Dan tribe to the wide Valley of Ayalon. At strategic Latrun, visit the Monastery Of The Trappist Monks. Continue along the Mediterranean shore and stop in Jaffa for a walk through the beautifully restored ancient port, where medieval pilgrims started their strenuous 2-day trek to Jerusalem. Return to Tel Aviv.

Day 3: Tel Aviv – Caesarea – Acre – Haifa

Start your tour of the Holy Land with Caesarea, the perfect place to learn about the Roman and Crusader presence in the country. Visit the Roman Amphitheater and the impressive Crusader Fortress, and admire Herod’s stadium and harbor. Visit Acre, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, at the northern end of the lovely Bay of Haifa. Acre became the capital of the Crusader kingdom after its conquest by Richard the Lionheart. Marvel at the forbidding Ottoman fortress and tour the excavated part of the immense underground Crusader City with its secret passageways and the vaulted crypt of the Knights of St. John. Continue to Haifa, a city with a long history dating back to biblical times, and enjoy a visit to the golden-domed Baha’i Shrine, the world center of Baha’i faith.

Hotel: Dan Panorama

Day 4: Haifa – Nazareth – Cana – Sea Of Galilee – Kibbutz

Drive to Nazareth in Galilee to visit the contemporary Church Of The Annunciation. Next, travel on to Cana, where Jesus changed water into wine at a wedding. To this day, many couples renew their wedding vows at this sacred place. After a panoramic view over Lake Tiberias, enjoy a relaxing Cruise on the Sea of Galilee, and see an ancient fisherman’s boat said to be from the time of Christ. Time to relax before dinner, and this evening, you are invited for a Lecture on Kibbutz Life.

Hotel: Kibbutz Lavi

Day 5: Kibbutz – Mount of Beatitudes – Capernaum – Bet She’an – Jerusalem

Heading towards the Sea of Galilee, visit the Mount Of Beatitudes, where Jesus delivered his Sermon on the Mount. On to Capernaum, where Jesus recruited his first followers among the fishermen. Via the ruins of Kursi, which memorialize two of Jesus’ miracles, arrive at the Jordan River and visit a Baptismal Site. Then, visit the ancient city of Bet She’an with its fine Roman and Byzantine Relics. The city is located at the foot of Mount Gilboa, where King Saul and his son died by their own hands in battle with the Philistines. On the way to Jerusalem, stop for a breathtaking panoramic view of the Holy City, considered one of the oldest places in the world, with a history dating back as far as 4000 BC.

Hotel: Dan Panorama Jerusalem, 4 nights

Day 6:  Jerusalem – Excursion to Masada & The Dead Sea

Drive through the Judean wilderness to the Dead Sea, the lowest point on the surface of the Earth. Enjoy the scenery as you follow the road between the salty water and majestic desert mountains. Catch glimpses of the caves of Qumran, where the precious Dead Sea Scrolls were found. Ascend by cable car to the spectacular cliff-top Fortress of Masada, and hear how 960 Jewish rebels made their last stand against Roman forces. Around lunchtime, reach one of the comfortable Dead Sea resorts for free time to experience the incredible buoyancy in the heavy saltwater and receive a Salt Scrub Gift. Then, back to Jerusalem.

Day 7: Jerusalem – Excursion to Yad Vashem – The Israel Museum – Bethlehem

Visit Yad Vashem, the “World Holocaust Remembrance Center,” then continue to the Israel Museum to see the Shrine of the Book and the Dead Sea Scrolls as well as a scale model of Jerusalem at the time of Christ. Proceed to Bethlehem and see Shepherd’s Field, where the angels announced the birth of Jesus. Also visit the Church Of The Nativity, which stands on the site where Jesus was born.

Day 8 Jerusalem. Excursion To The Old City

Visit the Garden Tomb, and after a stunning view of the city from the revered Mount Of Olives, start your guided walking tour. See the Chapel of Dominus Flevit, designed in the shape of a teardrop to symbolize the tears of Christ, and arrive at the Garden Of Gethsemane, where Jesus prayed the night before his arrest. Nearby are the Cave of the Assumption of Mary, believed to be the Virgin Mary’s tomb; and the Cave of Betrayal, where Judas betrayed Jesus. Follow the Via Dolorosa with its Stations of the Cross, marking the path Jesus walked on the way to his crucifixion. In Golgotha, visit the Church Of The Holy Sepulchre, erected on the site of the crucifixion and which houses the remaining five Stations of the Cross. On to the Western Wall, the only remnant of the Second Temple. See the Temple Mount and the Dome of the Rock, which are sacred to both the Jewish and Muslim people. Then, stroll through the restored Jewish Quarter to Mount Zion and visit the Upper Room, where Jesus and his disciples had the last supper; the Tomb Of King David; and the House Of Caiaphas, where Jesus was kept the night after his arrest and where Peter denied knowing him three times. This evening, enjoy a farewell dinner with your traveling companions of an unforgettable journey through the Holy Land.

Day 9: Depart Jerusalem

Your vacation ends with breakfast this morning (the nearest airport is Tel Aviv).

2019 Dates & PricesTwin ShareSolo Traveller
March: 04, 18$3,389.00$4,716.00
April: 01$3,389.00$4,716.00
April: 15$3,699.00$5,026.00
April: 29$3,389.00$5,695.00
May: 06, 13, 20, 27$3,429.00$4,756.00
June: 10, 24$3,429.00$4,756.00
July: 08$3,389.00$4,716.00
July: 22$3,429.00$4,756.00
August: 12$3,569.00$4,896.00
August: 26$3,429.00$4,756.00
September: 02, 09, 16, 23$3,389.00$4,716.00
September: 30$3,429.00$4,756.00
October: 21$3,429.00$4,756.00
November: 04$3,429.00$4,756.00
Inclusions: 
Meals: 8 breakfasts, 6 dinners
Transport:Travel by luxury coach
Accommodation:8 nights accommodation
Guide:Services of a Travel Director
Entrance Fees & Touring:Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary

* Tour departure dates are subject to availability at time of booking.
* Prices and itinerary are correct at time of publication and are subject to change without notice.

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