Israel is a memorable country to visit, a stalwart Middle Eastern country known for its great history. His towns are characterized by spiritual treasures, the past still part of the present consciousness. In Israel, the greatest Islamic and Christian temples can be identified. When you're in Israel, a tour of these ancient structures cannot be missed—one it's of the most important things to do in the region. But spiritual monuments are not the only treasures that are on offer in the region. In Israel, too, some of the most strong natural ecosystems are located. These landscapes are dispersed across the entire world, from Eilat to Haifa. The nation is blessed by beautiful natural parks and sweeping oceans, and the rare Dead Sea can also be enjoyed while you are in Israel. Another delightful element of visiting the country is Israel's cuisine, offering you the opportunity to sample Middle Eastern cuisine.
Church of the Holy Sepulchre- The Church of the Holy Sepulchre, one of the most popular places to visit in Israel, has been identified as the site of both the crucifixion and the tomb of Jesus of Nazareth and is a major center of pilgrimage.Western Wall-The Western Wall is a holy pilgrimage spot, an ancient limestone wall fragment that stands in the old city of Jerusalem. As a consequence of the limitations surrounding prayers, it is the holiest place where Jews are able to give prayers.
Rock's Dome-The Rock's Dome is an Islamic shrine that has graced Jerusalem since 691 CE. One of the most prominent sights to be seen in Jerusalem is its golden dome. This shrine's spiritual and artistic elements make it a must-visit in the city.
Temple Mount-Said to be the ancient site where his son Isaac was sacrificed by Abraham, as well as the site where there are two ancient Jewish temples. The present site of Al-Aqsa Mosque and Rock Dome, Mount Temple Mount.
Tower of David- Also known as the Citadel of Jerusalem, this tower is a historically important fortress. A big draw is the views from the top, although the monument's architectural and cultural importance is also immense. Yad Vashem- A memorial that pays homage to the victims of the Holocaust, Yad Vashem is a poignant historical site in the city.
Rockefeller Museum- Some of the many archaeological finds on display at the Rockefeller Museum are wooden tables, marble lintels, Dead Sea scrolls, statuary and stucco decorations, making it one of Israel's most important museums.
Tomb of Absalom- This monument, a monumental rock-cut tomb traditionally dedicated to Absalom, son of David, is a fine example of ancient Israeli architecture and is well worth a visit.Gethsemane Site- This is considered to be the holy site at the foot of the Mount of Olive, where Jesus prayed with his disciples around him before his crucifixion. The location where the pain took place is marked by 4 potential locations in the garden.
Al-Aqsa Museum-Al-Aqsa is the oldest museum in Jerusalem, also known as the Islamic Museum, and houses a large and valuable collection of Qur'ans, Islamic ceramics, coins, glassware, weapons, knives, and daggers.
Siloam Tunnel- This water tunnel, also known as the Hezekiah Tunnel, was carved under the City of David. About the 8th to 7th BCE, this architectural wonder was constructed and still stands strong as a sign of a glorious ancient past.
Hurva Synagogue- This synagogue is a must-visit in Jerusalem with stunning exteriors and jaw-dropping interiors. Here stands the world's tallest Holy Ark, holding the Torah Scrolls. In its aisles, historical and cultural elements make their presence deeply felt.
Tel Aviv Art Museum-This museum is Israel's largest art museum and hosts permanent and temporary exhibitions, among others, by artists such as Cezanne, Chagall, Dali, Monet, Henri Moore, Picasso, Klimt, and Kadinsky.
Israel Sightseeing places
Jaffa Clock Tower- One of the seven Palestinian Ottoman clock towers. A landmark destination in Tel Aviv is the stalwart, soaring building. The combination of modern and old-fashioned that one finds around the clock tower on the market.
Luna Park- Plenty of coasters to ride, carousels to go around, and bumping cars to welcome you as you head to the amusement park of Luna for a day full of fun-filled adventure. Unleash your inner child and get ready while you're here to make those special memories.
Ramat Gan Safari-Raman Gan, the largest wildlife preserve in the Middle East, has a drive through the African region and an outdoor zoo and is home to animals such as orangutans, white rhinos, hippos, lions, and gorillas.
Carmel Market- Carmel Market is the best food destination in Tel Aviv, a lively, happy hub from where one constantly catches a whiff of a medley of spices and flavors. You can find plenty of palate-delighting choices here from Shuk and Jachnun to locally roasted coffee.
St. Peter's Church-St. Peter's Church, standing tall since 1654, is an amazing building to behold. Marble coats the walls, the windows are adorned with stained glasses, and an awe-inspiring vaulted ceiling brings to the cathedral a touch of grandeur.
Habima Square- The famous Habima Square is made up of lovely eateries, old and modern, theatres and street performances, and leisure-inspiring gardens. It's a lovely, rejuvenating place to spend a few hours.
Eilat : Timna Valley- The yellow sandstone Timna Valley, a rich natural destination, is not only popular for its copper deposits, but also for its natural monumental structures such as Solomon's Pillars and Mushroom Rock. It is also possible to visit a 13th-century temple here.
A safari through this unique reserve, which breeds and fosters endangered and locally extinct animals in order to strengthen their population, is a perfect way to spend a fruitful day in the wild. Yotvata Hai-Bar Nature Reserve.
Eilat's Coral Beach- This coral beach nature reserve is a great diving destination situated in the Red Sea. If you do not wish to conduct a diving expedition, you may observe the coral formations close at hand in the shallow waters. Coral World Underwater Observatory- This observatory, the largest public aquarium in the Middle East, is part of the Coral Beach Natural Reserve at Eilat. Enjoying the Red Sea's exotic marine life with a visit to this observatory .
Red Canyon- A remarkable experience to learn from hiking through the grand natural scenery of the Red Canyon. You will live forever with the memory of the sunlight reflecting off the red rocks and the quiet overwhelming your ears.
Things to do in Israel
Dekel Beach- For a memorable experience, a beach where you have floating tanning rafts, Bedouin tents, cozy chairs and parasols, sunbeds, and a sumptuous boot buffet is bound to create a memorable experience. So be sure to have it checked out.
Tabernacle Museum- This museum, famous for its recreation of the Biblical tabernacle, is a pleasant place to enjoy a visual depiction of the Bible. Regardless of whether or not you have read the Bible, it is a wonderful thing to do in Israel to visit this museum with its guided tour.
Musical Fountain Eilat- One of the most magical things to do in Israel is to enjoy the illuminated musical fountain that features a nightly audio-visual entertainment display, so spend an evening enjoying it. Haifa : Shrine of the Bab- For the adherents of the Baha religion, this holy shrine is a very significant structure and houses the remains of Siyyid Al Muhammad, the Bab. Not only for its architecture but also for its philosophical import, it is a special place to visit.
Mount Carmel National Park- Walking, jogging, or cycling around Mount Carmel National Park, the largest natural park in Israel and a spot of stunning natural beauty. All flourish side by side with pines, eucalyptus, cypresses, hosting hundreds of birds and animals as well as several prehistoric sites.
Israel National Museum of Science, Technology, and Space- The Israel National Museum of Science, Technology, and Space is one of the most interesting places to visit in Haifa, with exhibits ranging from renewable energy to acoustics to DNA to aviation to the wonder of science.
Stella Maris Monastery- Due to its small windswept chapel and lighthouse, Stella Maris is famous as a Carmelite monastery. You not only enjoy a spiritual retreat here but also enjoy the sea-swept panorama around you.
Cave of Elijah-The Cave of Elijah, a holy cave that is also mentioned in the Bible, is the place where Elijah sheltered from the wilderness. Thousands of people regularly visit the cave on Mount Carmel.
Nazareth : Tavor Mountain Reserve- The Tabor Mountain Reserve, a mountain reserve of historical and ecological interest, is a perfect place to go hiking. Numerous walking trails covered in thick greenery in and around the mountains make it a memorable place to communicate with nature.
Village of Nazareth- Village of Nazareth is a living museum-village situated on the site of the hometown of Christ. This is a fascinating way to witness the life and times of Christ through recreations of village life as it was lived in the 1st AD. In Israel, this is a must-visit spot.
The Annunciation Basilica- Constructed on the site where the Virgin Mary embraced her destiny as Christ's mother and spoke the words, "Let it be done to me according to your word," the Annunciation BasilicaIt is, and should not be overlooked, a location rich in historical and spiritual significance.
Zippori National Park- The main reason for its success is the awe-inspiring array of stunning mosaics from the Roman and Byzantine periods. The mosaics are scattered around the park's different historical sites, which can be protected by a simple hiking path.
Tiberias : Arbel Nature Reserve- Among other interesting natural and historical sites, trekking around the Arbel Nature Reserve will allow you to enjoy the cave fortress, the Arbel Synagogue, Mount Nitai, Arbel Stream, and the volcanic Horns of Hittin. But Gabriel on Kinneret- Beit Gabriel is a stunning garden complex overlooking the Sea of Galilee and a nice place to spend an afternoon. The restaurant on the complex grounds contributes more to the complex's attractiveness.
Acre : Established by Jewish Holocaust survivors, this building, with its museum, galleries, and the library is an ever-present reminder of the community's horrors and is a testament to their courage in the face of the terror. Knights Halls Acre- Knights Hall in Old Akko is a Crusader building, whose archaeological remains tell the tale of the strong role it played in the history of the region.
The Citadel, built on the remains of the Knights Hall, is a building that recalls the Ottoman era when it was built as part of the city's defense. This location is a spot worth exploring, combining classical Ottoman architectural elements with the Crusader past.
Dead Sea- Visiting the Dead Sea, the lowest point on the surface of the planet, is one of the most fascinating things to do in Israel. It may not be habitable in its highly salty waters, but they contain innumerable soothing qualities. Cover yourself for a relaxing experience with the medicinal mud and float on the water.
Ra'anana Park- Featuring a zoo, a large lake, a playground for children, and numerous walking and cycling paths, Ra'anana Park is a nice place to rejuvenate.
Masada National Park- Situated on a plateau overlooking the Dead Sea, during the First Jewish-Roman War in 73-74 CE, this national park is renowned for being the site of the Great Uprising. A source of unabated interest for many is the archaeological remains uncovered here.
Rosh HaNikra Grottoes-The Rosh HaNikra Grottoes are spectacular cavernous tunnel structures on the Lebanon-Israel border that can be enjoyed, apart from walking through them by cable car and a small train.
On arrival airport and then pick up from airport.
When we leave Jerusalem in the morning, we travel north along the coast of Israel to Nazareth.
As we leave the cities behind, pass small towns and villages, and eventually enter the lush greenery of the north, you will be able to see the landscape changing rapidly.
In the early afternoon, you check into the lovely Fauzi Azar Inn, and have the afternoon free to explore Nazareth independently.
All is within easy walking distance, as you can choose to visit the Old City of Nazareth, walk to the Church of the Synagogue, or go to the Annunciation Basilica, the place where Gabriel appeared to Mary and declared that she would bear the Son of God.
Spend the evening exploring the area, enjoying the booming restaurant scene in Nazareth, or just tuck in and take a free fun Arabic class!
Overnight stay at Hotel.
Morning breakfast at Hotel.
This package tour takes you to Northern Israel 's stunning green scenery of Galilee and the Golan Gulf in Northern Israel. The biblical city of Capernaum, described in the Gospels as the place where Jesus healed the lepers, is seen today.
We will continue to see the Mount of the Beatitudes, the position of the Sermon on the Mount.
We go to lunch in a nearby Druze village after a brief hike in the Banias nature reserve and enjoy a typical lunch.
Enjoy a delicious tour of a local winery after lunch, and learn about Israel 's recent rising and award-winning wine industry. Finally, visit Mount Bental, a sleeping volcano that offers spectacular views of the Galilee, Golan, Syria, and Mount Hermon.
Be prepared to roll up your sleeves that evening and learn to cook, as we head back to Nazareth in time to participate in the Maqluba Cooking Workshop, where you learn to cook and then enjoy a delicious savoury chicken and rice dinner.
Overnight stay at Hotel.
Morning breakfast at Hotel.
We are exploring the northern coastal cities and tourist attractions of Israel — Haifa, Acre and Rosh Hanikra. Haifa is a popular port and the largest city in the north of Israel, and it is here that adherents of the Bahai religion choose to create the Baha'i Gardens and Temple.
These beautifully serene and symmetrical gardens are the Bahai people 's second most holy spot, and will give you spectacular views of the hilly city of Haifa and the Mediterranean Sea. First, take a tour of the ancient port city of Acre, separately exploring the old city.
Finally, fly to Rosh Hanikra, a place of rare geological formations, spectacular grottoes, and crisp blue waters.You'll be taken down to the river by cable car, where you'll discover these gorgeous great caves.
Overnight stay at Hotel.
Morning breakfast at Hotel.
Check out from Hotel.
A guided walking tour of Nazareth includes this day, as you hear about the interesting local history and people's lives in Nazareth. Roll around the marketplace and get the opportunity to talk to shopkeepers and locals as you discover in Jesus Nazareth what everyday life really is like.
Before moving back to Jerusalem in the early afternoon, you will have a few hours left to enjoy this cosy town and your hotel accommodation. In the late afternoon or early evening, you'll head to the major cities.
Finally drop at airport.
What 's Included
We can provide stay for ( 2*, 3*, 5*, 7* )
2.Double sharing Rooms
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