HOLY LAND ESCAPE TOURS
The many options available to those trying to plan a trip to Israel may feel overwhelming. Relax! For your convenience, we have a variety of group tours with guaranteed weekly departures. If you prefer a private VIP tour, Holy Land Escape will customize your family's or group's entire trip based on your size, interests, and special requests. We can't wait to see you in Israel!

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Day 1. Arrival (Friday)
Arrive at Ben Gurion Airport, where a Holy Land Escape representative will meet you after passport control for assistance. Transfer to the hotel in Tel Aviv for check-in and overnight.

Day 2. Tel Aviv - Free Day (Saturday)
Tel Aviv arose as Israel's 1st "Hebrew city" on the Meditteranean sand dunes just to the north of the ancient port city of Jaffa. Today, Tel Aviv is Israel's business center and largest city. You'll find plenty of relaxing activities on your first full day in Israel, from a peaceful walk along the beachfront promenade to the tranquil atmosphere of Shabbat where all of the synagogues are open but many of the city's businesses are closed.

Day 3. Israel's Northern Coast (Sunday)
We'll travel north along Israel's Meditteranean coast, stopping to visit the spectacular ancient ruins of Casarea. We'll then pass through Israel's 3rd largest port city of Haifa, followed by a visit to Akko and Rosh Ha'nikra on the Lebanese border. We'll end the day in the lower Galilee.

Day 4. Galilee & Tzfat & Golan Heights (Monday)
We'll start the day with a visit to the picturesque city of Tzfat, where it became the center of the Jewish "kabbala" movement in the 16th century. We'll then travel to the Golan Heights, the plateau rising to the east of the Sea of Galilee and offering spectacular views.

Day 5. Tiberias & Jordan Valley (Tuesday)
Drive to the Golan Heights. Visit the former Syrian fortifications, Druze villages, and Via Banias, the source of the Jordan River. Proceed via the Hula Valley to Safed, city of the Kabbalah, to visit a synagogue and the artists’ colony. Return to Tiberias for overnight.

Day 6. Jerusalem's Old City (Wednesday)
Relax next to the Sea of Galilee, where you are free to explore this picturesque city that was built by Herod the Great's son and named after the Roman Emperor "Tiberias".

Day 7. Jerusalem's New City (Thursday)
Check out. After breakfast, we'll visit the famous biblical archeological site at Mount Megido (Armagedon). Continue to Haifa, for a panoramic sightseeing tour of the city, including Haifa Bay, the Baha'i Gardens and Mount Carmel. Proceed southwards to Caesarea, visit the Roman Theater and the Crusader fortress. Continue to Tel Aviv and Jaffa for a short city tour. Check-in to the hotel in Tel Aviv for overnight.

Day 8. Judean Desert & Dead Sea (Friday)
We have reached our final day of the tour. We will take you back to the airport for your flight back home, or you may extend the tour with optional 1-day excursions.

Day 9. Jerusalem - Free Day (Saturday)
Starting from sunset Friday evening until nightfall Saturday night, nothing compares to the tranquil atmosphere of Jerusalem. As all of the businesses in the Jewish areas close, Jerusalem's streets become filled with people of all ages walking to synagogues or taking a peaceful stroll in the city's fresh "mountain air". But Saturday night after nightfall, the atmosphere is lively as restaurants and stores reopen, and musicians and artists line the streets.

Day 10. Departure - Transfer to Ben Gurion Airport (Sunday)
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10-Day Jewish Roots Tour
Perfect for 1st time visitors to Israel with limited time, or returning visitors who missed the traditional sites.
Arrive: Friday
Depart: Sunday

10-Day Christian Pilgrimage Tour
Perfect for 1st time visitors to Israel with limited time, or returning visitors who missed the traditional sites.
Arrive: Friday
Depart: Sunday

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Day 1. (Wednesday)

Arrive at Ben Gurion Airport, where a Holy Land Escape representative will meet you after passport control for assistance. Transfer to the hotel in Tel Aviv for check-in and overnight.

Day 2. (Thursday)

We'll start by visiting Independence Hall where the 1st Jewish State in over 2,000 years was reborn.  We'll spend the rest of the day in the "shfela" region visiting the Beit Govrin caves, the Latrun Police Station & Tank Museum, and what was once a secret underground ammunition factory.

Day 3. Tel Aviv - Highlights (Friday)

Tel Aviv arose as Israel's 1st "Hebrew city" on the Meditteranean sand dunes just to the north of the ancient port city of Jaffa. Today, Tel Aviv is Israel's business center and largest city. We'll visit the most important sites that tell the story of Tel Aviv, such as the Diaspora Museum on the Tel Aviv University Campus, Yitzhak Rabin Square, the ancient Jaffa port, and more.

Day 4. Tel Aviv - Free Day (Saturday)

You'll find plenty of relaxing activities on your free day in Tel Aviv, from a peaceful walk along the beachfront promenade to the tranquil atmosphere of Shabbat where all of the synagogues are open but many of the city's businesses are closed.

Day 5. Israel's Northern Coast (Sunday)

We'll travel north along Israel's Meditteranean coast, stopping to visit the spectacular ancient ruins of Casarea.  We'll then pass through Israel's 3rd largest port city of Haifa, followed by a visit to Akko and Rosh Ha'nikra on the Lebanese border. We'll end the day in the lower Galilee.

Day 6. Galilee & Tzfat & Golan Heights (Monday)

We'll start the day with a visit to the picturesque city of Tzfat, where it became the center of the Jewish "kabbala" movement in the 16th century. We'll then travel to the Golan Heights, the plateau rising to the east of the Sea of Galilee and offering spectacular views.

Day 7. Tiberias & Jordan Valley (Tuesday)

Drive to the Golan Heights. Visit the former Syrian fortifications, Druze villages, and Via Banias, the source of the Jordan River. Proceed via the Hula Valley to Safed, city of the Kabbalah, to visit a synagogue and the artists’ colony. Return to Tiberias for overnight.

Day 8. Jerusalem's Old City (Wednesday)

Relax next to the Sea of Galilee, where you are free to explore this picturesque city that was built by Herod the Great's son and named after the Roman Emperor "Tiberias".

Day 9. Jerusalem's New City (Thursday)

Check out.  After breakfast, we'll visit the famous biblical archeological site at Mount Megido (Armagedon). Continue to Haifa, for a panoramic sightseeing tour of the city, including Haifa Bay, the Baha'i Gardens and Mount Carmel. Proceed southwards to Caesarea, visit the Roman Theater and the Crusader fortress. Continue to Tel Aviv and Jaffa for a short city tour. Check-in to the hotel in Tel Aviv for overnight.

Day 10. Judean Desert & Dead Sea (Friday)

We have reached our final day of the tour.  We will take you back to the airport for your flight back home, or you may extend the tour with optional 1-day excursions.

Day 11. Jerusalem - Free Day (Saturday)

Starting from sunset Friday evening until nightfall Saturday night, nothing compares to the tranquil atmosphere of Jerusalem.  As all of the businesses in the Jewish areas close, Jerusalem's streets become filled with people of all ages walking to synagogues or taking a peaceful stroll in the city's fresh "mountain air".  But Saturday night after nightfall, the atmosphere is lively as restaurants  and stores reopen, and musicians and artists line the streets.

Day 12. Departure - Transfer to Ben Gurion Airport (Sunday)

We'll miss you, and hope to see you and your friends and family back in Israel sometime soon!

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12-Day Jewish Roots Tour
This life-changing Israel experience covers all of the major Jewish religious and historical sites besides Eilat and the Negev.
Arrive: Wednesday
Depart: Sunday

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Day 1. (Wednesday)

Arrive at Ben Gurion Airport, where a Holy Land Escape representative will meet you after passport control for assistance. Transfer to the hotel in Tel Aviv for check-in and overnight.

Day 2. (Thursday)

We'll start by visiting Independence Hall where the 1st Jewish State in over 2,000 years was reborn. We'll spend the rest of the day in the "shfela" region visiting the Beit Govrin caves, the Latrun Police Station & Tank Museum, and what was once a secret underground ammunition factory.

Day 3. Tel Aviv - Highlights (Friday)

Tel Aviv arose as Israel's 1st "Hebrew city" on the Meditteranean sand dunes just to the north of the ancient port city of Jaffa. Today, Tel Aviv is Israel's business center and largest city. We'll visit the most important sites that tell the story of Tel Aviv, such as the Diaspora Museum on the Tel Aviv University Campus, Yitzhak Rabin Square, the ancient Jaffa port, and more.

Day 4. Tel Aviv - Free Day (Saturday)

You'll find plenty of relaxing activities on your free day in Tel Aviv, from a peaceful walk along the beachfront promenade to the tranquil atmosphere of Shabbat where all of the synagogues are open but many of the city's businesses are closed.

Day 5. Israel's Northern Coast (Sunday)

We'll travel north along Israel's Meditteranean coast, stopping to visit the spectacular ancient ruins of Casarea. We'll then pass through Israel's 3rd largest port city of Haifa, followed by a visit to Akko and Rosh Ha'nikra on the Lebanese border. We'll end the day in the lower Galilee.

Day 6. Galilee & Tzfat & Golan Heights (Monday)

We'll start the day with a visit to the picturesque city of Tzfat, where it became the center of the Jewish "kabbala" movement in the 16th century. We'll then travel to the Golan Heights, the plateau rising to the east of the Sea of Galilee and offering spectacular views.

Day 7. Tiberias & Jordan Valley (Tuesday)

Drive to the Golan Heights. Visit the former Syrian fortifications, Druze villages, and Via Banias, the source of the Jordan River. Proceed via the Hula Valley to Safed, city of the Kabbalah, to visit a synagogue and the artists’ colony. Return to Tiberias for overnight.

Day 8. Jerusalem's Old City (Wednesday)

Relax next to the Sea of Galilee, where you are free to explore this picturesque city that was built by Herod the Great's son and named after the Roman Emperor "Tiberias".

Day 9. Jerusalem's New City (Thursday)

Check out. After breakfast, we'll visit the famous biblical archeological site at Mount Megido (Armagedon). Continue to Haifa, for a panoramic sightseeing tour of the city, including Haifa Bay, the Baha'i Gardens and Mount Carmel. Proceed southwards to Caesarea, visit the Roman Theater and the Crusader fortress. Continue to Tel Aviv and Jaffa for a short city tour. Check-in to the hotel in Tel Aviv for overnight.

Day 10. Judean Desert & Dead Sea (Friday)

We have reached our final day of the tour. We will take you back to the airport for your flight back home, or you may extend the tour with optional 1-day excursions.

Day 11. Jerusalem - Free Day (Saturday)

Starting from sunset Friday evening until nightfall Saturday night, nothing compares to the tranquil atmosphere of Jerusalem. As all of the businesses in the Jewish areas close, Jerusalem's streets become filled with people of all ages walking to synagogues or taking a peaceful stroll in the city's fresh "mountain air". But Saturday night after nightfall, the atmosphere is lively as restaurants and stores reopen, and musicians and artists line the streets.

Day 12 - Timna National Park & Eilat (Sunday)

On the way to Israel's southern-most city of Eilat, we'll stop at the Timna national park which is famous for the ancient copper mines and multi-colored rock formations. We'll end the day with a visit to Eilat's spectacular Underwater Observation Marine park.

Day 13. Eilat - Free day (Monday)

Today is a free day to spend snorkeling, scuba diving, hanging out at the beach, or searching for a bargain in Eilat's many duty-free shops. You also have the option of taking a day-trip to Petra.

Day 14 Negev - the desert has once again bloomed! (Tuesday)

An important part of the Zionist ethos was to "make the desert bloom". Today, we'll visit several sites throughout the Negev such as the Mitzpeh Ramon Center, Ben Gurion's (Israel's 1st Prime Minister & found father) kibbutz, the Air Force Museum, and even camel rides & authentic Bedoin hospitality.

Day 15 - Departure - Transfer to Ben Gurion airport

We hope to see you back in Israel with your friends and family sometime soon!
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12-Day Christian Pilgrimage Tour
This life-changing Israel experience covers all of the major Jewish religious and historical sites besides Eilat and the Negev.
Arrive: Wednesday
Depart: Sunday

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Day 1. (Wednesday)

Arrive at Ben Gurion Airport, where a Holy Land Escape representative will meet you after passport control for assistance. Transfer to the hotel in Tel Aviv for check-in and overnight.

Day 2. (Thursday)

We'll start by visiting Independence Hall where the 1st Jewish State in over 2,000 years was reborn. We'll spend the rest of the day in the "shfela" region visiting the Beit Govrin caves, the Latrun Police Station & Tank Museum, and what was once a secret underground ammunition factory.

Day 3. Tel Aviv - Highlights (Friday)

Tel Aviv arose as Israel's 1st "Hebrew city" on the Meditteranean sand dunes just to the north of the ancient port city of Jaffa. Today, Tel Aviv is Israel's business center and largest city. We'll visit the most important sites that tell the story of Tel Aviv, such as the Diaspora Museum on the Tel Aviv University Campus, Yitzhak Rabin Square, the ancient Jaffa port, and more.

Day 4. Tel Aviv - Free Day (Saturday)

You'll find plenty of relaxing activities on your free day in Tel Aviv, from a peaceful walk along the beachfront promenade to the tranquil atmosphere of Shabbat where all of the synagogues are open but many of the city's businesses are closed.

Day 5. Israel's Northern Coast (Sunday)

We'll travel north along Israel's Meditteranean coast, stopping to visit the spectacular ancient ruins of Casarea. We'll then pass through Israel's 3rd largest port city of Haifa, followed by a visit to Akko and Rosh Ha'nikra on the Lebanese border. We'll end the day in the lower Galilee.

Day 6. Galilee & Tzfat & Golan Heights (Monday)

We'll start the day with a visit to the picturesque city of Tzfat, where it became the center of the Jewish "kabbala" movement in the 16th century. We'll then travel to the Golan Heights, the plateau rising to the east of the Sea of Galilee and offering spectacular views.

Day 7. Tiberias & Jordan Valley (Tuesday)

Drive to the Golan Heights. Visit the former Syrian fortifications, Druze villages, and Via Banias, the source of the Jordan River. Proceed via the Hula Valley to Safed, city of the Kabbalah, to visit a synagogue and the artists’ colony. Return to Tiberias for overnight.

Day 8. Jerusalem's Old City (Wednesday)

Relax next to the Sea of Galilee, where you are free to explore this picturesque city that was built by Herod the Great's son and named after the Roman Emperor "Tiberias".

Day 9. Jerusalem's New City (Thursday)

Check out. After breakfast, we'll visit the famous biblical archeological site at Mount Megido (Armagedon). Continue to Haifa, for a panoramic sightseeing tour of the city, including Haifa Bay, the Baha'i Gardens and Mount Carmel. Proceed southwards to Caesarea, visit the Roman Theater and the Crusader fortress. Continue to Tel Aviv and Jaffa for a short city tour. Check-in to the hotel in Tel Aviv for overnight.

Day 10. Judean Desert & Dead Sea (Friday)

We have reached our final day of the tour. We will take you back to the airport for your flight back home, or you may extend the tour with optional 1-day excursions.

Day 11. Jerusalem - Free Day (Saturday)

Starting from sunset Friday evening until nightfall Saturday night, nothing compares to the tranquil atmosphere of Jerusalem. As all of the businesses in the Jewish areas close, Jerusalem's streets become filled with people of all ages walking to synagogues or taking a peaceful stroll in the city's fresh "mountain air". But Saturday night after nightfall, the atmosphere is lively as restaurants and stores reopen, and musicians and artists line the streets.

Day 12 - Timna National Park & Eilat (Sunday)

On the way to Israel's southern-most city of Eilat, we'll stop at the Timna national park which is famous for the ancient copper mines and multi-colored rock formations. We'll end the day with a visit to Eilat's spectacular Underwater Observation Marine park.

Day 13. Eilat - Free day (Monday)

Today is a free day to spend snorkeling, scuba diving, hanging out at the beach, or searching for a bargain in Eilat's many duty-free shops. You also have the option of taking a day-trip to Petra.

Day 14 Negev - the desert has once again bloomed! (Tuesday)

An important part of the Zionist ethos was to "make the desert bloom". Today, we'll visit several sites throughout the Negev such as the Mitzpeh Ramon Center, Ben Gurion's (Israel's 1st Prime Minister & found father) kibbutz, the Air Force Museum, and even camel rides & authentic Bedoin hospitality.

Day 15 - Departure - Transfer to Ben Gurion airport

We hope to see you back in Israel with your friends and family sometime soon!
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15-Day Jewish Roots Tour
The best way to see all of Israel from top to bottom, including Eilat and the Negev. This trip even offers an optional 1-day excursion to Petra!
Arrive: Wednesday
Depart: Wednesday

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Day 1. (Wednesday)

Arrive at Ben Gurion Airport, where a Holy Land Escape representative will meet you after passport control for assistance. Transfer to the hotel in Tel Aviv for check-in and overnight.

Day 2. (Thursday)

We'll start by visiting Independence Hall where the 1st Jewish State in over 2,000 years was reborn. We'll spend the rest of the day in the "shfela" region visiting the Beit Govrin caves, the Latrun Police Station & Tank Museum, and what was once a secret underground ammunition factory.

Day 3. Tel Aviv - Highlights (Friday)

Tel Aviv arose as Israel's 1st "Hebrew city" on the Meditteranean sand dunes just to the north of the ancient port city of Jaffa. Today, Tel Aviv is Israel's business center and largest city. We'll visit the most important sites that tell the story of Tel Aviv, such as the Diaspora Museum on the Tel Aviv University Campus, Yitzhak Rabin Square, the ancient Jaffa port, and more.

Day 4. Tel Aviv - Free Day (Saturday)

You'll find plenty of relaxing activities on your free day in Tel Aviv, from a peaceful walk along the beachfront promenade to the tranquil atmosphere of Shabbat where all of the synagogues are open but many of the city's businesses are closed.

Day 5. Israel's Northern Coast (Sunday)

We'll travel north along Israel's Meditteranean coast, stopping to visit the spectacular ancient ruins of Casarea. We'll then pass through Israel's 3rd largest port city of Haifa, followed by a visit to Akko and Rosh Ha'nikra on the Lebanese border. We'll end the day in the lower Galilee.

Day 6. Galilee & Tzfat & Golan Heights (Monday)

We'll start the day with a visit to the picturesque city of Tzfat, where it became the center of the Jewish "kabbala" movement in the 16th century. We'll then travel to the Golan Heights, the plateau rising to the east of the Sea of Galilee and offering spectacular views.

Day 7. Tiberias & Jordan Valley (Tuesday)

Drive to the Golan Heights. Visit the former Syrian fortifications, Druze villages, and Via Banias, the source of the Jordan River. Proceed via the Hula Valley to Safed, city of the Kabbalah, to visit a synagogue and the artists’ colony. Return to Tiberias for overnight.

Day 8. Jerusalem's Old City (Wednesday)

Relax next to the Sea of Galilee, where you are free to explore this picturesque city that was built by Herod the Great's son and named after the Roman Emperor "Tiberias".

Day 9. Jerusalem's New City (Thursday)

Check out. After breakfast, we'll visit the famous biblical archeological site at Mount Megido (Armagedon). Continue to Haifa, for a panoramic sightseeing tour of the city, including Haifa Bay, the Baha'i Gardens and Mount Carmel. Proceed southwards to Caesarea, visit the Roman Theater and the Crusader fortress. Continue to Tel Aviv and Jaffa for a short city tour. Check-in to the hotel in Tel Aviv for overnight.

Day 10. Judean Desert & Dead Sea (Friday)

We have reached our final day of the tour. We will take you back to the airport for your flight back home, or you may extend the tour with optional 1-day excursions.

Day 11. Jerusalem - Free Day (Saturday)

Starting from sunset Friday evening until nightfall Saturday night, nothing compares to the tranquil atmosphere of Jerusalem. As all of the businesses in the Jewish areas close, Jerusalem's streets become filled with people of all ages walking to synagogues or taking a peaceful stroll in the city's fresh "mountain air". But Saturday night after nightfall, the atmosphere is lively as restaurants and stores reopen, and musicians and artists line the streets.

Day 12 - Timna National Park & Eilat (Sunday)

On the way to Israel's southern-most city of Eilat, we'll stop at the Timna national park which is famous for the ancient copper mines and multi-colored rock formations. We'll end the day with a visit to Eilat's spectacular Underwater Observation Marine park.

Day 13. Eilat - Free day (Monday)

Today is a free day to spend snorkeling, scuba diving, hanging out at the beach, or searching for a bargain in Eilat's many duty-free shops. You also have the option of taking a day-trip to Petra.

Day 14 Negev - the desert has once again bloomed! (Tuesday)

An important part of the Zionist ethos was to "make the desert bloom". Today, we'll visit several sites throughout the Negev such as the Mitzpeh Ramon Center, Ben Gurion's (Israel's 1st Prime Minister & found father) kibbutz, the Air Force Museum, and even camel rides & authentic Bedoin hospitality.

Day 15 - Departure - Transfer to Ben Gurion airport

We hope to see you back in Israel with your friends and family sometime soon!
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15-Day Christian Pilgrimage Tour
The best way to see all of Israel from top to bottom, including Eilat and the Negev. This trip even offers an optional 1-day excursion to Petra!
Arrive: Wednesday
Depart: Wednesday

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Day 1. (Wednesday)

Arrive at Ben Gurion Airport, where a Holy Land Escape representative will meet you after passport control for assistance. Transfer to the hotel in Tel Aviv for check-in and overnight.

Day 2. (Thursday)

We'll start by visiting Independence Hall where the 1st Jewish State in over 2,000 years was reborn. We'll spend the rest of the day in the "shfela" region visiting the Beit Govrin caves, the Latrun Police Station & Tank Museum, and what was once a secret underground ammunition factory.

Day 3. Tel Aviv - Highlights (Friday)

Tel Aviv arose as Israel's 1st "Hebrew city" on the Meditteranean sand dunes just to the north of the ancient port city of Jaffa. Today, Tel Aviv is Israel's business center and largest city. We'll visit the most important sites that tell the story of Tel Aviv, such as the Diaspora Museum on the Tel Aviv University Campus, Yitzhak Rabin Square, the ancient Jaffa port, and more.

Day 4. Tel Aviv - Free Day (Saturday)

You'll find plenty of relaxing activities on your free day in Tel Aviv, from a peaceful walk along the beachfront promenade to the tranquil atmosphere of Shabbat where all of the synagogues are open but many of the city's businesses are closed.

Day 5. Israel's Northern Coast (Sunday)

We'll travel north along Israel's Meditteranean coast, stopping to visit the spectacular ancient ruins of Casarea. We'll then pass through Israel's 3rd largest port city of Haifa, followed by a visit to Akko and Rosh Ha'nikra on the Lebanese border. We'll end the day in the lower Galilee.

Day 6. Galilee & Tzfat & Golan Heights (Monday)

We'll start the day with a visit to the picturesque city of Tzfat, where it became the center of the Jewish "kabbala" movement in the 16th century. We'll then travel to the Golan Heights, the plateau rising to the east of the Sea of Galilee and offering spectacular views.

Day 7. Tiberias & Jordan Valley (Tuesday)

Drive to the Golan Heights. Visit the former Syrian fortifications, Druze villages, and Via Banias, the source of the Jordan River. Proceed via the Hula Valley to Safed, city of the Kabbalah, to visit a synagogue and the artists’ colony. Return to Tiberias for overnight.

Day 8. Jerusalem's Old City (Wednesday)

Relax next to the Sea of Galilee, where you are free to explore this picturesque city that was built by Herod the Great's son and named after the Roman Emperor "Tiberias".

Day 9. Jerusalem's New City (Thursday)

Check out. After breakfast, we'll visit the famous biblical archeological site at Mount Megido (Armagedon). Continue to Haifa, for a panoramic sightseeing tour of the city, including Haifa Bay, the Baha'i Gardens and Mount Carmel. Proceed southwards to Caesarea, visit the Roman Theater and the Crusader fortress. Continue to Tel Aviv and Jaffa for a short city tour. Check-in to the hotel in Tel Aviv for overnight.

Day 10. Judean Desert & Dead Sea (Friday)

We have reached our final day of the tour. We will take you back to the airport for your flight back home, or you may extend the tour with optional 1-day excursions.

Day 11. Jerusalem - Free Day (Saturday)

Starting from sunset Friday evening until nightfall Saturday night, nothing compares to the tranquil atmosphere of Jerusalem. As all of the businesses in the Jewish areas close, Jerusalem's streets become filled with people of all ages walking to synagogues or taking a peaceful stroll in the city's fresh "mountain air". But Saturday night after nightfall, the atmosphere is lively as restaurants and stores reopen, and musicians and artists line the streets.

Day 12 - Timna National Park & Eilat (Sunday)

On the way to Israel's southern-most city of Eilat, we'll stop at the Timna national park which is famous for the ancient copper mines and multi-colored rock formations. We'll end the day with a visit to Eilat's spectacular Underwater Observation Marine park.

Day 13. Eilat - Free day (Monday)

Today is a free day to spend snorkeling, scuba diving, hanging out at the beach, or searching for a bargain in Eilat's many duty-free shops. You also have the option of taking a day-trip to Petra.

Day 14 Negev - the desert has once again bloomed! (Tuesday)

An important part of the Zionist ethos was to "make the desert bloom". Today, we'll visit several sites throughout the Negev such as the Mitzpeh Ramon Center, Ben Gurion's (Israel's 1st Prime Minister & found father) kibbutz, the Air Force Museum, and even camel rides & authentic Bedoin hospitality.

Day 15 - Departure - Transfer to Ben Gurion airport

We hope to see you back in Israel with your friends and family sometime soon!

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The sites listed below are likely to be part of your Holy Land Escape itinerary, regardless of religious or ideological affiliation!

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The Western Wall, also known as the "Wailing Wall" or the "Kotel" in Hebrew, is the holiest accessible place in the world for the Jewish people.  It is also the most visited site in Israel by tourists from all over the world. {Read more}

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"Yad Vashem" is Israel's largest museum dedicated to the memory of the Holocaust.  As one of Israel's most visited sites, it is a great option to beat Jerusalem's summer heat or winter chill.  {Read more}



Masada

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Masada is a classic site that nearly everyone visits, regardless of religious affiliation.  Be sure to bring a hat and plenty of water, as Masada is almost always hot & sunny.  For the adventurous, hiking up Masada at the crack of dawn provides and unforgettable experience, but for those who want to "cheat", the cable car will also get you to the top.  {Read more} 

Dead Sea

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Floating on the  Dead Sea, called the "Salt Sea" in Hebrew is a must for every tourist. Welcome to the lowest point on earth, lying at some 1200 feet below sea level!  

Jerusalem

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Not only will every tourist visit Jerusalem, but they will likely spend up to half of their time in Israel in Israel's majestic capital city.  With sites holy to the 3 monotheistic religions, in addition to archeology, history and dozens of museums, it's impossible to see everything that the Holy City has to offer.    

Tel-Aviv

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What started out over 100 years ago as an isolated sand dune to the north of Jaffa, Tel-Aviv is today Israel's largest and most modern city.  Whether you're looking for a relaxing day at the beach, a multi-cultural tour of Tel-Aviv's museums or a one-of-a-kind dining experience in the city's ethnically diverse restaurants, this city that never sleeps has something to offer everyone.    

Haifa

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Haifa, Israel's 3rd largest city, lies on the northern Meditteranean coast where the Carmel mountain meets the crystal blue sea.  As Israel's most diverse city, here, Jews, Muslims, and Christians live in harmony.  Visiting the picturesque Baha'i gardens is an absolute must.      

Sea of Galilee

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The Sea of Galilee in the north of Israel has something for everyone!  From swimming to boat rides, you'll be mesmerized by the breathtaking view of the Golan Heights that Israel's largest fresh-water lake offers.  

Golan Heights

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The Golan Heights is a basaltic (volcanic) plateau in the north-east of Israel rising to the east of the Sea of Galilee.  Although the population is sparse, the attractions are many! 

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