Israel Tour Packages

Various Israel tour packages offer traveling through this wonderful land of history and culture merged with religious fervor. Among the many options you will have Classic Israel tours, Israel holy land tours, Jewish Heritage Israel tours, Bar Mitzva tours, Dead Sea tours, Jordan/Petra tours and Israel adventure tours to name a few. Depending on what tour you choose Israel tour packages will include all the pertinent details of travel like accommodation, transport, schedule, food, stopovers, routes and also tour guides – all within the budget you specify. 

If you want to walk in the footsteps of Jesus and see for yourself the depths of the Promised Land then you have the holy land tours at your disposal. Your Israel pilgrimage can start from Nazareth. This is the town of Mother Mary and Joseph where Jesus spent his early years. Visit the Basilica of the Annunciation where the Archangel Gabriel appeared and announced that Mother Mary would give birth to a son. Other significant stops are the workshop of Joseph and Cana, where people witnessed Jesus changing water into wine – his first miracle. You can stay overnight in Nazareth. 

From Nazareth tours, the holy land tours continue their journeys towards Mount Tabor. You will visit places like Capernaum, the Church of Multiplication of five loaves and two fishes in Tabgha, and Mt. Beatitude. You will enjoy the picturesque landscape of the Galilee and sail in a fishing boat on the Sea of Galilee, where Jesus miraculously calmed the fuming sea in storm and walked on water. You will also visit St Peter’s house, Mensa Christy where Jesus is believed to have dined with his pupils, the Yardenit baptismal site, and Jericho to view Qarantal. An Israel pilgrimage tour will take you through the pages of history and story books that you have spent your whole life reading. 

Next day you will be taken to Bethlehem and the old city of Jerusalem. You can visit the places that are an integral part of Christian upbringing and myths. Pay a visit to the Via Dolorosa, Golgotha, Judgment Hall, Chapel of Flagellation and Cenacle- the Room of the Last Supper. From here, you can descend to the Dead Sea, the lowest point on earth and the world’s most therapeutic beach. 

The last leg of the holy land tours include the Mount of Olives, chapel of Dominus Flevit and Garden of Gesthsemane. To conclude your Israel pilgrimage, visit the Tomb of St Mary and Basilica of Agony. Israel tour packages offer a once in a lifetime experience for those seeking an unforgettable tour through the holy land.


Vacation in Israel

Israel is a destination that is all encompassing with striking contrasts. There are lush green hills as well as arid deserts and a beautiful coastline. It is the holiest place for the followers of Christianity, as well as Judaism. It has archaeological wonders as well as marvelous modern structures. With such a variety to experience, a holiday in Israel can only be unforgettable.

Among the widely visited places in Israel and variety of hotels in Israel, there are some places in Israel that are a most visit: Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, the Jordon Valley and Masada. Here’s sneak peek at two of the most visited sites – Jerusalem and the Dead Sea

A Dead Sea Holiday 

At more than 400 meters below the sea level, the Dead Sea is the lowest point on the earth and is so called because it can sustain no living organism due to its very high levels of salt. But this very salt has immense healing powers. This is what makes the Dead Sea popular for spa and wellness tourism. Every year this site welcomes thousands of tourists who come here to heal skin ailments and rehabilitation. Float on the salt-rich waters, enjoy a mineral rich mud bath or enjoy the all year round thermo-mineral hot springs on your Dead Sea holiday and discover a rejuvenated self.

Once you have experienced the healing effect of the Dead Sea, you can move on to tour the surrounding area. This would include the rest of Judea Desert which has plenty of oases with wild animal and plant life and is home to sites such as Mt. Sdom, Nachal Darga, the nature reserve at Ein Gedi and the Einot Tsukim reserve.

Jerusalem Day Tour 

You can begin your tour of Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives from where you can see a beautiful panoramic view of the Old city as well as New Jerusalem. You can also see the Temple Mount esplanade where it is believed that the heaven meets the earth.

Driving through the Kidron Valley will take you through the biblical holy sites of the Garden of Gethsemane, where Jesus prayed before he was crucified, King David’s tomb on Mount Zion, the hall of ‘The Last Supper’ nearby, Church of the Holy Sepulcher – the site of the crucifixion and the Western (wailing) Wall. The archaeological excavations in the underground city of David will let you marvel at the ancient city and its geographical importance.

Continue your Jerusalem Day Tour by visiting the Jewish holy sites, beginning with four 16th century Sephardic synagogues. These have been fabulously restored to their original magnificence. Visit the excavated Herodian Mansions and see the lavish homes of Jewish priests 2000 years ago. Each home was built to have an open view of the temple.

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Baptism & the Dead Sea

To travel to Israel and visit the most wanted attractions, these are only some of the facts that are worth mentioning. there are 1578 public gardens and parks in Jerusalem, There are 7 big and open gates leading to the Old City of Jerusalem.
walk through history and have a beautiful once in a lifetime Jerusalem day tour

From ojalá to insha'Allah

Our third day in Jordan started off more smoothly than the previous day. Our first stop was Bethany Beyond the Jordan. This is thought to be the sight of Jesus’ baptism. The location has been “proven” by numerous historians and religious scholars, but it is not without controversy. That however, isn’t really the point to me. Jordan and the region all around it is steeped in social and religious history, just being within the vicinity of that kind of history is amazing. (Side note–I see that WP has changed the photo display style, if you’d like to read the photo caption just hover over it).


After seeing the Jordanian site we walked a bit farther to where you can actually touch the Jordan River. On the opposite side of the river bank is Israel and this location is (according to our guide) where Israel believes Jesus was baptized. So…

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I Won’t Write About the Conflict; Or, What I Think Of When I Think Of Israel

Israel is such a lovely country, no need to talk about such things, look at Haifa! we arrange great Haifa tours why not see how Israel is really all about 🙂

Brute Reason

I won’t write about the conflict.

Yes, I know I’m from there. I know I must have Such Interesting Perspectives on that whole…situation.

I know I have friends in the IDF. I know I once strongly considered moving back, and thus getting drafted myself. I know I’ve seen rubble and remains of Qassam rockets and tanks and bomb shelters and graves. What do I think of all this?

Not much, anymore. I’ve gone numb.

I used to write about it, publicly. I had a newspaper column and everything. You can probably guess which perspective I took. My family was so proud, sending the articles to their friends, saying, See, here’s a young person who gets it.

And then I stopped, cold turkey.

I’m not ignorant. I read the news. But the news is so damn different depending on who reports it, and each side can easily counter the other with…

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Traveling Israel: Old Jerusalem and the Holy Selpuchre

I feel that Jerusalem tours are agriculture tours. It is one of the most important and beautiful cities in the world, its so special touring there

Two Different Girls

Dateline: Jerusalem 1846

On this Good Friday the Latin priests arrived with their white linen altar-cloth to find that the Greeks had got there first with their silk embroidered cloth. The Catholics demanded to see the Greeks’ firman, their decree from the Sultan in Constantinople, empowering them to place their silk cloth on the altar first. The Greeks demanded to see the Latins’ firman allowing them to remove it. A fight broke out between the priests, who were quickly joined by monks and pilgrims on either side. Soon the whole church was a battlefield. The rival groups of worshippers fought not only with their fists, but with crucifixes, candlesticks, chalices, lamps and incense-burners, and even bits of wood which they tore from the sacred shrines. The fighting continued with knives and pistols smuggled into the Holy Sepulchre by worshippers of either side. By the time the church was cleared by…

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Omrit, cont’d.

The Archaeology in Israel can make you feel you are walking through HISTORY, it is an amazing feeling. we suggest a Jerusalem tours for experiencing it.

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Among the interesting ruins at Omrit are several composite capitals. These are a combination of Corinthians and Ionic orders.

Note the beautiful acanthus leaves.

Omrit was destroyed by earthquakes in the 4th and 8th centuries AD.

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What do You Need to See while traveling to Israel?

Dead Sea in the morning, seen from Masada Româ...

Dead Sea in the morning, seen from Masada Română: Răsărit de soare la “Marea Moartă” (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

There are so many Israel tourist attractions, it can be hard to narrow down what it is you want to accomplish while you are there. With hundreds of areas ripe with history and religious importance, some of the other Israel attractions go unnoticed. It is likely you know exactly what types of biblical places you want to see, so keep in mind a few of these others when you are setting out to plan your trip.

There is an international film festival in Israel. When thinking of what to do in Israel, this is something that should at least make the list. You will be exposed to filmmaking from all over the world and you will find a totally new take on the medium. In addition, you can meet the filmmakers and hear what it is they are doing and trying to accomplish with their works. It definitely is an unforgettable experience.

The Dead Sea area spas are a great hit. Many people plan one of the day excursions to the Dead Sea which gets you in and out of the area so fast you only have time to float for a minute before you will find yourself being pulled back to your hotel. Look into a longer trip here and plan a relaxing day taking part in spa treatments specialized to the area. It is a great way to rejuvenate before the rest of your vacation or your trip home.

Music and food are also very important in Israel. While it doesn’t seem to cross the ocean like Italian or French, the truth is there are some amazingly creative chefs in the area. You can experience food and spices here like never before. There is so much new food to try and even local area wines, you will be shocked. You can pair this with some local area music and have a true Israeli experience, as it is a lovely country full of lovely people. Your appreciation for the culture will expand exponentially as you see what life is really like.