Israel Heritage Tours

Friday

Ben Gurion Airport / Tel Aviv

Arrival at Ben Gurion Airport, where you will be met by our representative and transferred to your hotel.


Saturday

At Leisure

Overnight in Tel Aviv.


Sunday

Caesarea / Haifa / Acre / Rosh Hanikra

You’ll begin the day with a drive north to Caesarea, once the Roman capital of the region. You’ll see the excavations of the crusaders’ city, the aqueduct and amphitheatre which has been restored as a concert venue. From Caesarea, you’ll proceed to Haifa for a panoramic view from  Mount Carmel   and a visit to the “AF AL PI CHEN”, the naval museum of the illegal immigration to Israel at the time of the British mandate. Your day continues with a drive to Acre and a walk along the old harbour and local market. You’ll continue to the northernmost point of Israel at Rosh Hanikra and then descend by cable car into the limestone grottoes. You’ll spend the night at a Kibbutz guesthouse.


Monday

Safed / Tel Facher / Banias / Tel Hai 

Today you’ll drive to Safed, the center of the Kaballa movement where you will visit the Joseph Caro and the Ha’Ari synagogues which are the most important synagogues in the city. After that you’ll enjoy a stroll around the Artist’s quarter. Next is a Jeep tour at the foot of the Golan. You’ll ontinue to the Golan Heights, stopping at an observation point over the city of Kuneitra and the Syrian territory. Next stop ais Tel Facher, a former Syrian army camp where you will visit the Banias springs, followed by a visit to Tel Hai to see the “Roaring Lion” monument and learn about the heroic battle of Josef Trumpeldor and his comrades in 1920. You’ll also spend tonight at a Kibbutz guesthouse.


Tuesday

Beit Shean / Beit Alpha / Gan Hashlosha / Jerusalem 

First on your itinerary for today is Tiberias and a visit to Rambam’s grave, followed by Beit Shean, also called “Scythopolis”. This is the biggest archeological park in Israel with beautiful excavations from the Roman and Byzantine periods. Following this, you’ll stop at Beit Alpha to see the beautiful mosaic floor of a synagogue from the Byzantine period. Then it’s on to Gan Hashlosha, (Sachne), where you can enjoy the water springs located at the foot of the famous Gilboa mountain where King Saul was killed in the battle against the Philistines. Your journey continues via the Jordan valley to Jerusalem with a stop at Mount Scopus for a blessing as you enter the city. You’ll spend the night in Jerusalem.


Wednesday

Jerusalem: Old City

Tour the Old City of Jerusalem. Your tour starts with a visit to King David’s Tomb on Mount Zion and then a walk along the Cardo, the ancient Roman road and a visit to the four Sephardic synagogues restored after the 1967 war in the Jewish Quarter. You’ll tour the Western Wall Tunnels, visit Davidson Center and walk through the Roman Cardo to the local Arab bazaar. From here you’ll walk through Jaffa Gate to the Tower of David Museum and see the ancient remains of the city beginning with the First Temple period. You’ll spend the night in Jerusalem.


Thursday

Jerusalem: New City

Today you will enjoy seeing the Bar-Mitzvah Celebrations at the Kotel. From here you’ll continue to Mea Shearim and learn about the unique lifestyle of the ultra orthodox communities. Your drive takes you by the Knesset, Israel’s parliament, where you can see the Menorah with the biblical emblems. Next stop is the Israel Museum. Here the Shrine of the Book houses the Dead Sea Scrolls. You’ll also get to see the new Holyland model which is a miniature replica of Jerusalem as it was during the Second Temple period. From here you’ll drive to Mount Herzl, the military cemetery and Yad Vashem, the memorial to the Holocaust and visit Ammunition Hill, a former Jordanian army stronghold, conquered by the Israeli army in the Six Day War and converted into a national memorial site and museum. You’ll spend the night in Jerusalem.


Friday

Qumran / Masada / Dead Sea

First thing in the morning you’ll begin your drive through the Judean Desert to the Dead Sea, with a stop at Qumran, the site where the Dead Sea scrolls were found. You’ll then continue to Massada, where you’ll ascend the mountain by cable car and tour the ancient fortress, and the remains of the walls, palaces, synagogue, bathhouses etc. You’ll descent by cable car and stop for lunch and Spa facilities in one of the leading hotels in the area. Then it’s back to Jerusalem for the night.


Saturday

At Leisure

Overnight in Jerusalem.


Sunday

Jerusalem / Ben Gurion Airport

After breakfast, transfer to Ben Gurion Airport for departure.


* Visit subject to availability

Itinerary Subject to Change

Contact Us for Rates and Details
Phone – 973 535-2575
E-mail us at info@christianholylandtours.com

Wednesday

Ben Gurion Airport / Tel Aviv

Arrival at Ben Gurion Airport, where you will be met by your Christian Holyland Tours representative and transferred to your hotel in Tel Aviv.


Thursday

Independence Hall / Mini Israel / Latrun / Yad Mordechai 

You’ll start the day with a visit to the Independence Hall where the establishment of the State of Israel was declared. Next, you’ll drive to Latrun to visit the new “Mini Israel” park including miniature models of the most important sites and buildings in the country and then on to the Ayalon Institute. Prior to May 1948, the Institute was an ammunition factory for the underground movement, the Hagana. From here you’ll head to Yad Mordechai which was named after Mordechai Anilevitz, the leader of the Warsaw Ghetto, and visit the restored battle fields of the war of liberation and learn about their heroic story. 

You will spend the night in Tel Aviv.


Friday

Tel Aviv

Your day begins with a visit the Diaspora Museum and a drive around the main streets of Tel Aviv – the center of business and entertainment of Israel. You’ll stop at Rabin’s Square, the site of the assassination of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin and then continue to Old Jaffa, an 8000 year old port city. While in Old Jaffa, you’ll visit the ancient ruins, walk along the restored artists’ quarter, visit Neve Tzedek, the first neighborhood of Tel Aviv built in 1909, and Nahalat Benyamin, the pedestrian street of the city with its musicians, hand made jewelry and artifacts. Your last stop for today will be at Sheinkin, the lively and colorful street known for the unique shops, café life and youthful ambiance. 

The night will be spent in Tel Aviv.


Saturday

At leisure

Overnight in Tel Aviv.


Sunday

Caesarea / Haifa / Acre / Rosh Hanikra

Today your tour begins with a drive north to Caesarea, once the Roman capital of the region. Here you’ll see the excavations of the crusaders’ city, the aqueduct and amphitheatre which has been restored as a concert venue. Next is Haifa where you will be treated to a spectacular panoramic view from  Mount Carmel  and visit “AF AL PI CHEN”, the naval museum of the illegal immigration to Israel at the time of the British mandate. Your tour continues with a drive to Acre where you can walk along the old harbour and local market and then continues to the northernmost point of Israel at Rosh Hanikra where you will descend by cable car into the limestone grottoes. 

Tonight you will be spending the night at a Kibbutz guesthouse.


Monday

Safed / Tel Facher / Banias / Tel Hai 

Drive to Safed, center of Kaballa movement; visit the Joseph Caro and the Ha’ Ari synagogues, the most important synagogues in the city; stroll around the the Artists’ quarter. Enjoy a Jeep tour to the foots of the Golan. Continue to the Golan Heights; stop at an observation point over the city of Kuneitra and the Syrian territory. Stop at Tel Facher, a former Syrian army camp; visit the Banias Springs. Next, visit Tel Hai to see the “Roaring Lion” monument and learn about the heroic battle of Josef Trumpeldor and his comrades in 1920. Meet with a Kibbutz member and learn about their unique lifestyle.

Overnight at a Kibbutz guesthouse.


Tuesday

Beit Shean / Beit Alpha / Gan Hashlosha / Jerusalem 

Drive to Tiberias to visit the Rambam’s grave; proceed to Beit Shean, also called “Scythopolis”, the biggest archeological park in Israel with beautiful excavations from the Roman and Byzantine periods. Stop at Beit Alpha to see the beautiful mosaic floor of a synagogue from the Byzantine period. Onto Gan Hashlosha, (Sachne) where you will have an opportunity to enjoy in the water springs located at the foots of the Gilboa mountain, the famous mountain on which King Saul was killed in the battle against the Philistines. Continue via the Jordan Valley to Jerusalem; stop at Mount Scopus for a blessing as you enter the city.

Overnight in Jerusalem.


Wednesday

Jerusalem: Old City

Tour the Old City of Jerusalem. Start with a visit of King David’s Tomb on Mount Zion. Walk along the Cardo, the ancient Roman road; visit the four Sephardic synagogues restored after the 1967 war in the Jewish Quarter. Tour the Kotel Tunnels; visit Davidson Center and walk through the Roman Cardo to the local Arab bazaar. Walk through Jaffa Gate to Tower of David Museum and see the ancient remains of the city beginning with the First Temple period.

Overnight in Jerusalem.


Thursday

Jerusalem: New City

Today you begin by enjoying the Bar-Mitzvah Celebrations at the Kotel, followed by a visit to Mea Shearim to learn about the unique lifestyle of the ultra orthodox communities. Next you’ll drive by the Knesset, Israel’s parliament and see the Menorah with the biblical emblems and then it’s on to the Israel Museum, Shrine of the Book where the Dead Sea scrolls are housed. You’ll also get to see the new Holyland model – a miniature replica of Jerusalem as it was during the Second Temple period. From here you’ll drive to Mount Herzl, the military cemetery and Yad Vashem, the memorial to the Holocaust and visit Ammunition Hill, a former Jordanian army stronghold, conquered by the Israeli army in the Six Day War and converted into a national memorial site and museum.

You’ll return to Jerusalem for the night.


Friday

Qumran / Massada / Dead Sea

Today get ready for your drive through the Judean Desert to the Dead Sea with a stop at Qumran, the site where the Dead Sea scrolls were found. From Qumran, you’ll continue to Massada, ascend by cable car and tour the ancient mountaintop fortress and see the remains of the walls, palaces, synagogue, bathhouses etc. When finished, you’ll descend by cable car to enjoy lunch and the Spa facilities in one of the leading hotels in the area. 

You’ll return to Jerusalem for the night.


Saturday

At leisure

Overnight in Jerusalem.


Sunday

Jerusalem / Ben Gurion Airport

After breakfast, transfer to Ben Gurion Airport for departure.


* Visit subject to availability

Itinerary Subject to Change

Contact Us for Rates and Details
Phone – 973 535-2575
E-mail us at info@christianholylandtours.com

Friday

Ben Gurion Airport / Tel Aviv

Arrival at Ben Gurion Airport, where you will be met by an ITC Tours representative and transferred to your hotel.

Overnight in Tel Aviv.


Saturday

At leisure

Overnight in Tel Aviv.


Sunday

Caesarea / Haifa / Acre / Rosh Hanikra

You’ll start the day with a drive north to Caesarea, once the roman capital of the region. Here you’ll visit the Roman theatre, the Crusaders’ city, the Roman aqueduct and the new multi- media museum that opened recently. From Caesarea, you’ll proceed to Haifa to visit “AF AL PI CHEN”, the Naval museum of the illegal immigration to Israel at the time of the British mandate followed by a drive to Acre where you will walk along the old harbor and visit the underground Knight’s Halls. Your journey continues to the northernmost point of Israel at Rosh Hanikra where you will descend by cable car into the limestone Grottos.  

Your day ends for the night at a Kibbutz guesthouse.


Monday

Safed / Tel Facher / Banias / Tel Hai 

Today you’ll journey to Safed, the center of Kaballa movement, visit the JOSEPH CARO and the HA’ ARI synagogues (the most important synagogues in the city) and stroll around the Artist’s quarter. Next you’ll be treated to a picturesque Jeep tour to the foot of the Golan Heights. Once here, you’ll visit an observation point over the city of Kuneitra, and the Syrian territory. Next stop is Tel Facher, a former Syrian army camp and then a visit to the Banias springs. The final stop of the day is a visit to Tel-Hai where you’ll see the “Roaring Lion” monument and learn about the heroic battle of Josef Trumpeldor and his comrades in 1920.  

You’ll spend tonight in a Kibbutz guesthouse.


Tuesday

Beit Shean / Beit Alpha / Gan Hashlosha / Jerusalem 

First on your itinerary today is a drive to Tiberias to visit Rambam’s grave and then on to Beit Shean, also called “Scythopolis”, the biggest archeological park in Israel with beautiful excavations from Roman and Byzantine periods. You’ll also get to enjoy the beautiful mosaic floor of a Byzantine synagogue at Beit. Then it’s on to Gan Hashlosha, (Sachne) where you will have an opportunity to enjoy the water springs located at the foot of the famous Gilboa mountain where King Saul was killed in the battle against the Philistines. You’ll then continue on via the Jordan valley to Jerusalem with a top at Mount Scopus for a blessing as you enter the city.  

You’ll spend the night in Jerusalem.


Wednesday

Jerusalem: Old City

Starting with a visit to the tomb of King David on Mount Zion, you’ll then walk along the Cardo, the ancient Roman road and visit the four Sepharadic synagogues in the Jewish quarter, all of which have been beautifully restored after the war in1967. Next you’ll tour the Kotel Tunnels, visit the Davidson Center and walk through the Cardo to the local Arab bazaar. Here you’ll walk through Jaffa gate to the David’s Tower museum to see the ancient remains of the city beginning with the first Temple period.  

The night is spent in Jerusalem.


Thursday

Jerusalem: New City

Today you’ll celebrate the Bar-Mitzvah ceremonies at the Kotel (Wailing Wall), followed by a stop at Mea Shearim to learn about the unique lifestyle of the Ultra orthodox communities. You’ll then drive by the Knesset, Israel’s parliament and see the Menorah with the biblical emblems. Next stop is the Israel Museum, the Shrine of the Book where the Dead sea scrolls are housed and the new Holyland Model. This is a miniature replica of Jerusalem as it was during the Second Temple period. Continuing on, you’ll drive to mount Herzl, the military cemetery and Yad Vashem, the memorial to the Holocaust and visit Ammunition Hill, a former Jordanian army stronghold that was conquered by the Israeli army in the Six Day War and converted into a national memorial site and museum.  

You’ll spend the night in Jerusalem.


Friday

Qumran / Masada / Dead Sea

You’ll begin today with a drive through the Judean desert to the Dead Sea, stopping at Qumeran, the site where the Dead Sea scrolls were found. From Qumeran, you’ll continue to Massada, and ascend the mountain by cable car to tour the ancient fortress, the remains of the walls, palaces, synagogue, the bathhouses, and more. When finished, you’ll descend by cable car and then it’s on to your next stop for lunch and Spa facilities at one of the leading hotels in the area.  

You’ll travel back to Jerusalem for the night.


Saturday

At leisure 

Overnight in Jerusalem


Sunday

The Negev Desert / Timna / Eilat

Today you’ll travel south to the Negev desert to visit Israel’s Air Force Museum near Beer Sheva to see the planes and equipment and to hear the story of this brave fighting force.j You’ll continue going south to visit kibbutz Sde Boker, to see Ben Gurion’s hut and grave, overlooking the magnificent Zin valley. Next stop is Mitzpeh Ramon to gaze into the Ramon Crater, a geological wonder. Your journey continues with a drive to Timna to see the copper mines and King Solomon’s pillars and marvel at the huge multi-colored rock formations and then it’s off to Eilat for the night.


Monday

At leisure

or choose the
Optional Tour to Petra

note that there is an additional charge for this tour

Optional Tour to Petra

After assistance with your visa at the Jordanian Border, you’ll drive through desert highways to your ultimate destination, the astonishing rose-red city of Petra, built by an early Arab tribe called the Nabateans. Petra was renowned for its massive architecture, pools, dams and water channels. It’s the legacy of the Nabateans who settled in the South of Jordan more than two-thousand years ago. Your visit begins with the possibility of a short horseback-riding (about 700 m) to the entrance of the Siq, which is in walking distance at about 1.2 km long. There is a possibility that you will be able to rent a chariot (extra charge) to get inside Petra and back to the gate outside. Petra is famous for its huge monuments, The Treasury, Royal Tombs, The Court, Roman Theatre, Roman Street, Qassier El- Bint (Palace of Pharaoh’s daughter) and also many other smaller monuments that continue to fascinate visitors. The city itself is almost 45 square km and is considered to be the second wonder of the world. After the visit, you’ll have time for lunch in a nice restaurant, followed by the drive back to Border. On the way, there will be a short visit to Aqaba with the possibility to stop and take a walk around. You’ll transfer to the border around 18:00 pm (6:00 pm), and then cross into Eilat where you’ll stay for the night.


Tuesday

Eilat / Timna / Tel Aviv

Today you’ll visit the Underwater Observatory, one of the largest seaquariums in the world, built into coral reef. Next you’ll drive to Mamshit for a Camel riding experience and visit to an authentic Bedouin tent where you’ll learn about the Bedouin hospitality and enjoy a light lunch.

You’ll wrap up the day with a drive back to Tel-Aviv for the night.


Wednesday

Tel Aviv / Ben Gurion Airport

After breakfast, transfer to Ben Gurion Airport for departure.


* Visit subject to availability

Itinerary Subject to Change

Contact Us for Rates and Details
Phone – 973 535-2575
E-mail us at info@christianholylandtours.com

Wednesday

Ben Gurion Airport / Tel Aviv

Arrival at Ben Gurion Airport, where you will be met by our representative representative and transferred to your hotel in Tel Aviv.


Thursday

Independence Hall / Mini Israel / Latrun / Yad Mordechai 

Start the day with a visit to the Independence Hall where the establishment of the State of Israel was declared, followed by a drive to Latrun to visit the new “Mini Israel” park including miniature models of the most important sites and buildings in the country. Next on your itinerary is a visit to the Ayalon Institute, once an ammunition factory for the Hagana, which was the underground movement before May 1948. From there you’ll proceed to Yad Mordechai, named after the leader of the Warsaw Ghetto, Mordechai Anilevitz, followed by a visit to the restored battle fields of the war of liberation and learn about their heroic story. 

You’ll spend the night in Tel Aviv.


Friday

Tel Aviv

Today you begin with a visit to the Diaspora museum, followed by a drive around the main streets of Tel Aviv, the center of business and entertainment of Israel. You’ll stop at Rabin’s Square, the place of assassination of Prime Minister Itzhak Rabin, and then it’s on to Old Jaffa, an 8000 year old port city where you will visit the ancient ruins and walk around the restored artist’s quarter. Next, visit Neve Tzedek, the first neighborhood of Tel Aviv, built in 1909 and Nahalat Benyamin, the pedestrian street of the city with its musicians, hand made jewelry and artifacts. The next stop is Sheinkin, the lively and colorful street especially known for its unique shops, café life and youthful ambiance. 

You’ll spend the night in Tel Aviv.


Saturday

At leisure

Overnight in Tel Aviv.


Sunday

Caesarea / Haifa / Acre / Rosh Hanikra

First thing this morning, you’ll drive north to Caesarea, once the roman capital of the region. Here you’ll visit the Roman theatre, the Crusaders’ city, the Roman aqueduct and the new multi media museum that was recently opened. From here you’ll go to Haifa to visit “AF AL PI CHEN”, the Naval museum of the illegal immigration to Israel at the time of the British mandate. Your drive continues to Acre where you will walk along the old harbour and visit the underground Knight’s Halls. Continuing to the northernmost point of Israel at Rosh Hanikra, you’ll descend by cable car into the limestone Grottos. 

You’ll be spending the night at a Kibbutz guesthouse.


Monday

Safed / Tel Facher / Banias / Tel Hai 

After breakfast, you’ll drive to Safed, the center of the Kaballa movement. Here you’ll visit the most important synagogues in the city, the Joseph Caro and the Ha’ Ari, followed by a stroll around the Artists’ quarter. Next, is a Jeep tour to the foot of the Golan. You’ll continue on to the Golan Heights, stopping at an observation point to view the city of Kuneitra and the Syrian territory. Next stop is Tel Facher, a former Syrian army camp, to see the Banias Springs and then it’s off to Tel Hai to see the “Roaring Lion” monument and learn about the heroic battle of Josef Trumpeldor and his comrades in 1920. Here you’ll meet with a Kibbutz member and learn about their unique lifestyle.

You’ll spend the night at a Kibbutz guesthouse.


Tuesday

Beit Shean / Beit Alpha / Gan Hashlosha / Jerusalem 

First on your itinerary for today is a drive to Tiberias to visit the Rambam’s grave. After that, you’ll proceed to Beit Shean, also called “Scythopolis”. This is the biggest archeological park in Israel and has amazing excavations from both the Roman and Byzantine periods. Next stop is at Beit Alpha to see the beautiful mosaic floor of a synagogue dating from the Byzantine period. After that it’s on to Gan Hashlosha, (Sachne), where you will have an opportunity to enjoy the water springs located at the foot of the Gilboa mountain. Gilboa is the famous mountain on which King Saul was killed in the battle against the Philistines. You’ll continue to Jerusalem via the Jordan Valley with a stop at Mount Scopus for a blessing as you enter the city.

You’ll spend the night in Jerusalem.


Wednesday

Jerusalem: Old City

Today starts with a visit to the tomb of King David on Mount Zion. Next you’ll walk along the Cardo, the ancient Roman road and visit the four Sepharadic synagogues in the Jewish quarter, all of which have been beautifully restored after the 1967 war. Next you’ll tour the Kotel Tunnels, visit the Davidson Center and walk through the Cardo, to the local Arab bazaar. You’ll then walk through Jaffa gate to the David’s Tower museum to see the ancient remains of the city beginning with the first Temple period. 

You’ll spend the night in Jerusalem.


Thursday

Jerusalem: New City

Today you’ll celebrate the Bar-Mitzvah ceremonies at the Kotel (Wailing Wall), followed by a stop at Mea Shearim to learn about the unique lifestyle of the Ultra orthodox communities. Then you’ll drive by the Knesset, Israel’s parliament and see the Menorah with the biblical emblems, and then on to the Israel Museum, the Shrine of the Book where the Dead sea scrolls are housed. You’ll alsoo get to see the new Holyland Model – a miniature replica of Jerusalem as it was during the Second Temple period. Your drive then continues to mount Herzl, the military cemetery and Yad Vashem, the memorial to the Holocaust. You’ll visit Ammunition Hill, a former Jordanian army stronghold that was conquered by the Israeli army in the Six Day War and converted into a national memorial site and museum. 

You’ll spend the night Jerusalem.


Friday

Qumran / Masada / Dead Sea

Enjoy the drive through the Judean desert to the Dead Sea, stopping at Qumeran, the site where the Dead Sea scrolls were found and then continueing to Masada. You’ll ascend the famous mountain by cable car and tour the ancient fortress, visiting the remains of the walls, palaces, synagogue, bathhouses, etc. Then it’s a descent by cable car and on to your next stop for lunch and Spa facilities at one of the leading hotels in the area. 

Then it’s back to Jerusalem for the night.


Saturday

At leisure

Overnight in Jerusalem


Sunday

Beer-Sheva / Sde Boker / Mitzpe Ramon/ Eilat

Travel south to the Negev desert, visit Israel’s air force museum at Hatzerim to view the planes and equipment and hear the story of this brave fighting force. Stop for a Camel riding experience and visit to an authentic Bedouin tent. Learn about the Bedouin hospitality and enjoy a light lunch. Visit Sde Boker and see Ben Gurion’s hut and grave overlooking the magnificent Zin valley. Stop at Mitzpe Ramon to gaze into the Ramon crater, a geological wonder. Transfer to border at approximately 18:00 for crossing to Eilat.

Overnight in Eilat.


Monday

At Leisure or Optional tour to Petra (additional charge)

After visa assistance at the Jordanian Border, you’ll drive through the desert highway to Petra, the astonishing rose-red city best know for its massive architecture, pools, dams and water channels. Petra was built by the early Arab tribe, the Nabateans, who settled in the South of Jordan more than two-thousand years ago. Your visit begins with the possibility of short horseback-ride (about 700 km) to the entrance of the Siq. The walking distance is about 1.2 km. There is a chance that you’ll have the opportunity to rent a chariot (extra charge applies) 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, Qassier El-Bint (Palace of Pharaoh’s daughter) and many other smaller monuments that fascinate visitors. The city itself is almost 45 square km and is considered to be the second wonder of the world. After your visit, you’ll enjoy lunch at a nice restaurant, followed by the drive back to the border. En-route, you’ll stop for a short visit at Aqaba with the possibility to take a short walk.

You will transfer to the border at approximately 18:00 (6:00) to crossing into Eilat where you will spend the night.


Tuesday

Eilat / Timna / Tel Aviv

Today you will visit the underwater observatory of one of the largest sea aquariums in the world that was built into a coral reef. Then you’ll drive to Timna to see the copper mines and King Solomon’s pillars and marvel at the huge multi-colored rock formations.

You’ll spend the night in Tel Aviv.


Wednesday

Tel Aviv / Ben Gurion Airport

After breakfast, transfer to Ben Gurion Airport for departure.


* Visit subject to availability

Itinerary Subject to Change

Contact Us for Rates and Details
Phone – 973 535-2575
E-mail us at info@christianholylandtours.com