Category Archives: Family Tours

Tour Packages and Pricing

This is the page, where you can find pricing information for tour packages. Price tables are divided into Pricing for guide only, pricing for guide and transport only, pricing for guide, transport and hotel only and pricing for guide, transport, hotel and food only. All prices for the named tour itineraries are based on these prices. As you can see, prices are extremely low. Click here for the Itineraries.

For example, a Catholic tour 7 days, 30 persons cost $537 (p.p.) all-in. The tour Israeli Gem tour has the same price for 7 days: $537 (p.p.), but the Israeli Gem tour 10 days has the price $767 per person.

But there are people, who want to have a full tour but only with guide and transport. They want to arrange the accommodations themselves. In those cases, the same example of tours have different prices: a Catholic tour 7 days, 30 persons cost $222 (p.p.). The tour Israeli Gem tour has the same price for 7 days: $222 (p.p.), but the Israeli Gem tour 10 days has the price $317 per person.

  1. Pricing Guide only
  2. Pricing Guide and Transport only
  3. Pricing Guide, Transport and Hotel
  4. Pricing Guide, Transport, Hotel and food (all-in)

Price lists Guide only
(independent of number of people in group)

If you want to hire only the guide, whatever the size is of your group, here follows the price list. For the itineraries, click here. For any question, contact us.

Days Guide
1 $150
2 $300
3 $450
4 $600
5 $750
6 $900
7 $1,050
8 $1,200
9 $1,350
10 $1,500
11 $1,650
12 $1,800
  • Included: Itinerary, guide
  • Excluded: Accommodations, transport, food, visa, insurance, entrance fees, personal expenses
  • Optional: For religious (Christians) people, we can add a priest, pastor or monk to your group.
  • Optional: For $200, we can supply a virtual guide (electronic book on tablet computer with tour information).

These tours are for (extended) families with loads of customizations and don’t like the tour-out-of-the-can. For them, each day in Israel is a new, unknown adventure.

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Price list Guide and Transport

This price list contains the prices for the guide and the transport (usually mini-van or bus) only. Your price is in the columns p.p., depending on the number of persons in your group and the number of days touring. For the itineraries, click here. For any question, contact us.

Days 6
people
p.p. 16
people
p.p. 30
people
p.p.
1 $450 $175 $850 $147 $1050 $132
2 $900 $250 $1,600 $194 $2,000 $163
3 $1,350 $325 $2,350 $241 $2,950 $195
4 $1,800 $400 $3,100 $288 $3,900 $227
5 $2,250 $475 $3,850 $334 $4,850 $259
6 $2,700 $550 $4,600 $381 $5,800 $290
7 $3,150 $625 $5,350 $428 $6,750 $322
8 $3,600 $700 $6,100 $475 $7,700 $353
9 $4,050 $775 $6,850 $522 $8,650 $385
10 $4,500 $750 $7,500 $469 $9,500 $317
11 $4,950 $825 $8,250 $516 $10,450 $348
12 $5,400 $900 $9,000 $563 $11,400 $380
  • Included: Itinerary, guide, transport
  • Excluded: Accommodations, food, visa, insurance, entrance fees, personal expenses
  • Optional: For religious (Christians) people, we can add a priest, pastor or monk to your group.
  • Optional: For $200, we can supply a virtual guide (electronic book on tablet computer with tour information).

Tours for those, who only want to have an itinerary, guide and transport are for those who want to wander through the Holy Land and see where their path leads them. The guide needs to be very knowledgeable in order to serve such groups. Many who want to hike the deserts of Israel choose for such tour and mostly small groups prefer this.

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Price list guide, transport and hotel (tourist class (usually compared with 3-stars))

This price list contains the prices for the guide, transport (usually mini-van or bus) and hotel only. Your price is in the columns p.p., depending on the number of persons in your group and the number of days touring. For the itineraries, click here. For any question, contact us.

For those, who wants to have a hostel, guest house, camping site, 4-5 star hotels, boutique hotels, let me know and I calculate for you the best price.

Days 6
people
p.p. 16
people
p.p. 30
people
p.p.
1 $705 $118 $1,430 $90 $2,225 $74
2 $1,410 $235 $2,860 $179 $4,450 $148
3 $2,115 $353 $4,290 $268 $6,675 $223
4 $2,820 $470 $5,720 $358 $8,900 $297
5 $3,525 $588 $7,150 $447 $11,125 $371
6 $4,230 $705 $8,580 $536 $13,350 $445
7 $4,935 $823 $10,010 $626 $15,575 $520
8 $5,640 $940 $11,440 $715 $17,800 $593
9 $6,345 $1,058 $12,870 $804 $20,025 $668
10 $7,050 $1,175 $14,300 $894 $22,250 $742
11 $7,755 $1,293 $15,730 $983 $24,475 $816
12 $8,460 $1,410 $17,160 $1,073 $26,700 $890
  • Included: Itinerary, guide, transport, accommodations
  • Excluded: Food, visa, insurance, entrance fees, personal expenses
  • Optional: For religious (Christians) people, we can add a priest, pastor or monk to your group.
  • Optional: For $200, we can supply a virtual guide (electronic book on tablet computer with tour information).

There are groups, who want to be in charge of the food (where and when they want to eat).

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Price list guide, transport and hotel (tourist class) and food

This price list contains the prices for the guide, transport (usually mini-van or bus), hotel and food (breakfast, lunch and dinner) only. Your price is in the columns p.p., depending on the number of persons in your group and the number of days touring. For the itineraries, click here. For any question, contact us.

For those, who wants to have a hostel, guest house, camping site, 4-5 star hotels, boutique hotels, let me know and I calculate for you the best price.

Days 6
people
p.p. 16
people
p.p. 30
people
p.p.
1 $780 $130 $1,505 $94 $2,300 $77
2 $1,560 $260 $3,010 $188 $4,600 $153
3 $2,340 $390 $4,515 $282 $6,900 $230
4 $3,120 $520 $6,020 $376 $9,200 $307
5 $3,900 $650 $7,525 $470 $11,500 $383
6 $4,680 $780 $9,030 $564 $13,800 $460
7 $5,460 $910 $10,535 $658 $16,100 $537
8 $6,240 $1040 $12,040 $753 $18,400 $613
9 $7,020 $1170 $13,545 $847 $20,700 $690
10 $7,800 $1300 $15,050 $941 $23,000 $767
11 $8,580 $1430 $16,555 $1,035 $25,300 $843
12 $9,360 $1560 $18,060 $1,129 $27,600 $920
  • Included: Itinerary, guide, transport, accommodations, food
  • Excluded: Visa, insurance, entrance fees, personal expenses
  • Optional: For religious (Christians) people, we can add a priest, pastor or monk to your group.
  • Optional: For $200, we can supply a virtual guide (electronic book on tablet computer with tour information).

By experience, this is the choice of many groups, because they say they want to have an all-in tour. Well, here it is.

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Tour Itineraries

The tour itineraries are models or templates and can be easily customized (in principle for free). If you choose for a tour down here, I advise you to contact me and we go over the itinerary and see what can be changed, which will meet your expectations, requirements and preferences.



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Masada Tour

This is a day tour for you, which is dedicated to Masada. But in Israel everything is different when you get there, I added information about accommodations (guest house and camping sites). Also it’s a great idea to add some information about restaurants and of course how you get there and back to where you came from.



Masada Mountain & Cable Car
Masada Mountain & Cable Car

Masada

We start with this tour at Masada. After the Romans conquered Jerusalem in 70 CE, almost a thousand Jews – men, women and children made a desperate last stand atop Masada, a desert mesa surrounded by sheer cliffs and, from 72 CE, the might of the Roman Empire’s Tenth Legion.

  • Telephone: 972-8-658-4208, 972-8-658-4207
  • Price: adult NIS 29 and child NIS 15

For an detailed description about the story of Masada, click here.

Over the last century, Masada has become Israeli shorthand for the attitude that ‘they’ll never take us alive’. During WWII, before the British stopped Rommel’s German divisions at El Alamein (Egypt) in 1942, some Palestinian Jews made plans for a last stand atop Mt Carmel, and a number of Israeli army units hold their swearing-in ceremonies here, vowing that ‘Masada shall not fall again’.
(Less apocalyptically, the Israeli air force has been known to send groups of officers up to do yoga at sunrise.)
Masada has been a Unesco World Heritage Site since 2001. The entire site, except the Northern Palace, is wheelchair accessible.

Masada Museum

  • Visitors Center; admission including audio guide atop Masada NIS 20
  • 8.30am-4pm or 5pm Sat-Thu, 8.30am-3pm or 4pm Fri, last entry 30 minutes before closing

A really excellent introduction to Masada’s archaeology and history, this museum combines 500 evocative artifacts unearthed by archaeologists (and five replicas) with introductions to Masada personalities – e.g. Herod the Great, who built a palace here in the 1st century BCE, and Josephus Flavius – to make the dramatic events of 73 CE seem close enough to touch. Visitors receive an audio headset, available in seven languages.
Objects on display include Roman arrowheads; a leather sandal once worn by a Roman legionnaire; the remains of Roman-era dates, wheat, barley and olives; and 11 pot shards that – as Josephus writes – may have been used to select those who killed everyone else as the Romans breached the ramparts.

Map of Masada
Map of Masada

Atop Masada

The plateau atop Masada, which measures about 550m by 270m, is some 60m above sea level – that is, about 488m above the surface of the Dead Sea. Visitors are given an excellent map-brochure of the ruins; similar information can be had from an audio guide (20NIS, including admission to the Masada Museum). Both are available – in Hebrew, English, French, German, Spanish and Russian – at the ticket windows, atop Masada and at the museum.
On the ruins, black painted lines divide reconstructed parts from original remains.
Drinking water is available so bring a bottle to refill. Eating atop Masada is forbidden.
Look down in any direction and chances are you’ll be able to spot at least one of the Romans’ eight military camps and their siege wall. The effort put into the siege by the Roman Legions is mind boggling – no surprise, then, that they commemorated their victories over the rebels of Judea by erecting a monumental victory arch in the center of imperial Rome, the Arch of Titus, whose design,
many centuries later, inspired Paris’s Arc de Triumph.

Sound and light show

(%08-995 9333; adult/child 45/35NIS; h9pm Tue & Thu Mar-Oct)
This dramatic, open-air recounting of the history of Masada is meant to be watched from the base of the Roman siege ramp on Masada’s western side. The narration is in Hebrew but you can rent earphones (15NIS) for simultaneous translation into five languages. Access is via Arad and then Rte 3199; from the Visitors Center, it’s a 68km drive. Get there by 8.30pm.

Trails Around Masada

  1. Paths link the remains of the eight Roman military encampments that still encircle Masada, making it possible to circumnavigate the mesa in part or in full. To get a sense of the area’s geography, check out the 3D relief map facing the Visitors Center ticket windows. From the Visitors Center, a trail heads west up Mt Eleazar to Camp H (30 minutes). From here, Roman legionnaires could peer down at Masada, gathering aerial intelligence on the Zealots’ activities. The path continues to the bottom of the siege ramp on Masada’s western side.
  2. Alternatively, you can walk north from the Visitors Center, following the siege wall on a trail known as Shvil HaRatz (the Runner’s Trail). It, too, eventually goes to the siege ramp on the western side.
  3. Another trail links Camp D (north of Masada) with the eminently hikeable Wadi Tze’elim, 4km to the north.

Snake Path

This famously serpentine footpath winds its way up Masada’s eastern flank, starting from near the Visitors Center. Walking up takes about 60 minutes; count on spending 30 minutes to come back down. If you’d like to watch sunrise from the summit, get to the base an hour before the sun comes up, sometime between 4.30am (in June) and 5.30am (in December). Before 8am, access is from the
security barrier near the youth hostel.
On particularly hot summer days, park authorities sometimes close the trail at 10am or 11am (9am when conditions are extreme) for the rest of the day.

Ramp Trail

The Romans wimped out and so can you – the path up the spine of their siege ramp takes only about 15 minutes to climb. The catch is that the ramp (ie western) side of the mountain is accessible only from the town of Arad, a 68km drive from the Visitors Centre via Rte 31 and then Rte 3199. If you’d like to watch sunrise from the summit, get to the base of the ramp half an hour before the sun comes up.

Cable Car

Masada Mountain & Cable Car
Masada Mountain & Cable Car

(return/one-way 76/57NIS, child 43/29NIS; hevery 15 min 8am-4pm or 5pm Sat-Thu, 8am-3pm or 4pm Fri, last trip up 45mn before closing)
Whisks you from the Visitors Centre to the top, in Swiss comfort, in just three minutes. Each car holds 65 people. Wheelchair accessible.

Sleeping

Chenyon Layla Metzada Ma’arav
(08-628 0404 ext 1; http://www.parks.org.il; western entrance, Masada; camping adult/child 53/42NIS, tent rental incl mattress 75/65NIS, 5-person hut with bathroom 450NIS)
A modern, well-equipped camping area on Masada’s western side, near the base of the Roman ramp. Prices include the use of kitchen facilities and admission to Masada. Mattresses and sleeping bags can be rented for 10NIS. Road access is via Arad.

Camping Zone
Camping is permitted in a parking area, signposted ‘Nature’s Cultural Hall’ (because operas are staged here), on Masada’s eastern access road at a point 1km west of the junction with Rte 90 and a bit under 2km east of the Visitors Center. There are no amenities, not even water; bring a flashlight/torch.

Masada Guest House
(%02-594 5623/4; http://www.iyha.org.il; dorm/single/double 145/305/424NIS; reservations 8am-6pm Sun-Fri)
This 350-bed hostel is ideal if you’d like to see sunrise from atop Masada. The six-bed, single-sex dorm rooms border on luxurious. Staff do their best to separate travelers from the packs of noisy schoolkids. The swimming pool is open from Passover to October. Dinner (US$16.80, on Friday US$19.60) is served most nights until 8pm. Frequently booked out, especially on Friday, so reserving is a must. Situated a few hundred meters below the Visitors Center. Wheelchair accessible.

Eating & Drinking

Free drinking water is available atop Masada.

Visitors Centre Food Court
(mains from 24NIS; huntil 4pm or 5pm)
Stalls serve felafel (24NIS), shwarma (35NIS), sandwiches and cold beer (26NIS); also has a cafe, McDonald’s and a cafeteria charging 46NIS to 78NIS for a meal. Situated downstairs from the ticket windows.

Getting There & Away

Masada’s Visitors Center, on the eastern side of the mountain, is 21km south of the Ein Gedi Nature Reserve; the access road from Rte 90 is 3km long. All intercity buses serving the Dead Sea stop a few hundred meters from the Visitors Center; bus times are posted at Visitors Center ticket windows.
The Roman siege ramp, on Masada’s western side, is accessible from Arad (via Rte 3199). As the crow flies, the Visitors Center is a bit over 1km from the siege ramp; by car the distance is 68km! To get there from Arad, you can take a taxi (08-997 4444; day/night 120/150NIS).

Bus

Egged buses (www.bus.co.il) link sites along Rte 90 (including, from north to south, Qumran, Ein Feshkha, Metzukei Dragot Junction, Mineral Beach, Ein Gedi Nature Reserve, Ein Gedi Beach, Kibbutz Ein Gedi, Ein Gedi Spa, Masada, Ein Bokek, Neve Zohar, Neot HaKikar Junction and Arava Junction) with the following destinations:

  • Jerusalem – buses 421, 444 and 486; 25NIS to 49.50NIS, one to two hours, about hourly 7am to 5pm Sunday to Thursday, hourly until about 2pm Friday, at least one Saturday night.
  • Eilat – bus 444; 49.50NIS to 82NIS, 2½ to four hours, four per day Sunday to Thursday, three on Friday, one to three Saturday afternoon and night.
  • Tel Aviv – bus 421; 46NIS to 49.50NIS, 1¾ to 3¼ hours, departs Tel Aviv at 8.45am and Neve Zohar at 2pm Sunday to Friday. In Tel Aviv departs from the Central (Arlozoroff/Savidor) train station; goes via Jerusalem.
  • Be’er Sheva – buses 384 and 385; 31.50NIS to 44NIS, 1¼ to 2¼ hours, four per day Sunday to Thursday, two on Friday.

All of these lines can be used for travel north and south along the Dead Sea’s Rte 90, which runs along the Dead Sea’s western shore (eg from Masada to Ein Gedi Beach).
If you’re short on time, it’s possible to do a one-day circuit from Jerusalem on weekdays (Sunday to Thursday). Take bus 444 from Jerusalem to Masada (first departure at 7am); after visiting Masada, hop on any northbound bus to Ein Gedi Nature Reserve; walk over to Ein Gedi Beach for a dip; and finally take bus 486 back up to Jerusalem (last bus at about 7.30pm).

Car

The Dead Sea’s western coast is served by Rte 90 – Israel’s longest highway, it continues north to the Lebanese border and south to the Red Sea. There’s an army roadblock about 14km north of Ein Gedi at the junction below Metzukei Dragot.
The Dead Sea is served by three east–west highways:

  1. Rte 1 – thanks to this modern, divided highway (and a stretch of Rte 90), Ein Gedi is only 75km from Jerusalem. Rte 1 passes through the West Bank but rarely has security issues. For Jerusalem-bound traffic, there’s an army roadblock between the large settlement of Ma’aleh Adumim and Jerusalem.
  2. Rte 31 – connects Arad with Rte 90 at a point a few kilometres south of Ein Bokek. To get to the back (western) side of Masada, take Rte 3199 from Arad.
  3. Rte 25 – passes through Be’er Sheva and Dimona on its way to the Dead Sea’s southern tip, near Neot HaKikar.

Locals recommend that you arrive in the Dead Sea area with a full tank as the only petrol stations are (from north to south) at Lido junction (40km north of Ein Gedi near Jericho), Ein Gedi Beach, Neve Zohar junction and Arava junction (11km west of Neot HaKikar).

Most hikes are circuits so you end up where you began. For one-way hikes, you can arrange (for a fee) to be dropped off and picked up, eg by the kind folks in Neot HaKikar. Only one car rental company (Hertz) has an office at the Dead Sea (at Ein Bokek).

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For custom tours, you need to have the following:

  1. An itinerary (those mentioned here one for example). Click here to customize these tours for you)
  2. A guide. You can use the information here instead of renting a guide, but in the end it’s more expensive and a huge hassle.
  3. Transport. Transports can be that you hire a mini-bus with driver, or you rent a car or let your guide do it for you (click here for more info).
  4. Hotels. You can use the info here, or on bookings.com or generally the Internet or let your guide negotiate the best deals for hotels for you.
  5. Food. You can use the restaurants here in this itinerary or ask the guide.
  6. What you need to supply is
    1. Airplane tickets
    2. Visa and insurance

For costs, questions, queries and other related information, click here.

The listed tours in this page is only a set of samples or templates for you to choose and/or mix with. Using those templates, you can easily create a itinerary, which will suit you, you family and/or group. Ask Wim to help you out.

Tour itineraries already published

  1. Family and Children tour, 12 days
  2. Classical Israeli-Gems Tour, 10 Days
  3. Family and Children tour, 10 days
  4. Orthodox Christian Tour, 10 days
  5. Orthodox Christian Tour, 8 days
  6. Orthodox Christian Tour, 6 days
  7. Orthodox Christian Tour, 4 days
  8. Day tour Jerusalem
  9. Day tour Sea of Galilee
  10. Walking day tour Tel Aviv
  11. Catholic Tour Israel, 7 days
  12. Catholic Tour Israel, 5 days
  13. Catholic Tour Israel, 3 days
  14. Catholic Pilgrimage Tour, 8 days
  15. Day tour Old Tiberias Walking Tour
  16. Day tours Nine Farm Tours for Families
  17. Day tour Old-City Ramparts Walk tour, Jerusalem
  18. Day tour Luzit Caves – Do-it-your-self in caving
  19. Boat tours – Touring in the Red Sea, Sea of Galilee and cruises
  20. Wine Tasting & Israel Adventure Experience
  21. A Holy Land Pilgrimage in the Footsteps of the Virgin Mary
  22. Bus tours
  23. Camel tours
  24. Cave tours
  25. Children tours – Specific tours for your children and teenagers
  26. City tours – More city tours then we already have
  27. Day tours – More day tours in a specific theme
  28. Family tours – More family tours, but in a specific theme
  29. Jeep tours
  30. Catholic tours
  31. Christian tours
  32. Evangelic tours
  33. Orthodox tours
  34. Pilgrimage tours
  35. Wine tours

Tours in the make

  1. Follow the Footsteps of Jesus in Jerusalem
  2. Adventure tours
  3. Music tours
  4. Culture tours
  5. Food and Wine tours
  6. History tours
  7. Church tours

Family and Children Tour 10 Days

For this (multiple day) tour, you need to have the following:

  1. Wim Vincken
    Wim Vincken, Guide

    An itinerary (this one for example. Click here to customize this tour for you). This is very important, especially for this tour, because it’s possible that the kids have already visited or seen the sights and excitement in this tour. And in Israel there is so much choice, it’s not normal. Customizing this tour for you is easy, quick and very rewarding.

  2. A guide. You can use the information here instead of renting a guide, but in the end it’s more expensive and a huge hassle. I can imagine that having a guide with this tour is not so much needed as with other tours, but still he can be of high value for you and your family.
  3. Transport. Transports can be that you hire a mini-bus with driver, or you rent a car or let your guide do it for you (click here for more info).
  4. Hotels. You can use the info here, or on bookings.com or generally the Internet or let your guide negotiate the best deals for hotels for you.
  5. Food. You can use the restaurants here in this itinerary or ask the guide.
  6. What you need to supply is
    1. Airplane tickets
    2. Visa and insurance

For costs, questions, queries and other related information, click here.

This tour is for families and their children. It will bring you to Tel Aviv, Caesarea, Acre, Sea of Galilee, Golan, Safed, Jerusalem and Eilat. The tour is designed for the individual, as for groups, with or without a professional guide. The guide can speak English, German and Dutch.

You will visit the following cities or places in this tour:

  1. Tel Aviv
  2. Caesarea
  3. Acre
  4. Sea of Galilee
  5. Golan
  6. Safed
  7. Jerusalem
  8. Negev
  9. Eilat

Click on More Info or Things to do behind the sigh. Restaurants in the neighborhood of the sights are available in this itinerary each day. Click on Restaurants.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Tour will run with a minimum of 8 participants.

And what are we going to do in this tour?

  1. Amusement parks
  2. Boat tours
  3. Botanic gardens
  4. Cable cars
  5. Caves
  6. Cinema
  7. City-bus tour
  8. Dancing
  9. Dolphin beach
  10. Fortresses
  11. Hiking
  12. Kayaking
  13. Luna park
  14. Museums
  15. Music
  16. National Parks
  17. Oasis
  18. Rafting
  19. Scavenger hunts
  20. Shopping
  21. Spa
  22. Swimming
  23. Theater
  24. Water parks
  25. Water tunnels
  26. Zoo

And for sure we forgot to mention something here. And that is not all. Each evening, when you are tired of the day activities, we organize something different.

  1. A boat cruise
  2. A movies evening
  3. A small city tour
  4. Bowling
  5. Cooking
  6. Dancing
  7. Light shows
  8. Promenade wandering
  9. Singing

So far the activities (we let you in rest at night, because we assume you want to sleep). The tour includes:

  • Breakfast (buffet). The breakfast is with your hotel.
  • Lunch. The lunch varies on the day of the tour; mostly a local restaurant, but there are days we bring lunch packages and even picnics with us.
  • Dinner. We eat in restaurants and barbecues.

When there are requirements of a special diet, please indicate this when you register the tour. There will be no additional costs required for such diets.

Tour itinerary

There are twelve days you spend touring Israel with the family theme for this tour. This tour starts with Tel Aviv and it ends with Eilat. The designers of this tour wanted different aspects integrated here and they succeeded with that. Because we are talking about a family tour, that means actually for this tour one thing: Having fun with your family. And having fun means that everyone will enjoy the tour. So, no boring things, no overly conventional museums, digging sites, another church or desert. No, this tour is a careful combination of fun in several levels from amusement parks to doing something fun yourself. And we are not talking about what this tour will do for the family bonding.

Another thing about this tour. We don’t think that children younger then 8 years old can join this tour. Many of the activities are specially designed for kids eight years and older and teenagers and with kids younger then eight means that one of the family members will be hold back, and that is not fair, not? That said, we have special programs for those younger kids (you need to pay a surcharge for that per family). For details, please contact us and we email you such programs.

Day 1 Arrival – Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv Promenade
Tel Aviv Promenade
  1. Tel Aviv promenade
  2. Beaches
  3. Evening: Tel Aviv night life
  • Hotel in: Tel Aviv

Day 2 Have Fun in the White City – Tel Aviv

Ramat Gan Safari
Ramat Gan Safari
  1. Ramat Gan Safari
  2. Luna Park
  3. Evening: Tel Aviv Port
  • Hotel in: Tel Aviv

Day 3 From Caesarea via Acre to the Sea of Galilee – Tiberias

Nahal Kziv
Nahal Kziv
  1. Caesarea
  2. Acre
  3. Knights Halls
  4. Al-Jazaar Mosque and The bathhouse (Hamam al-Basha)
  5. Montfort
  6. Rosh Hanikra Grottoes & Cable Car
  7. Nahal Kziv (water nature reserve) (optional)
  8. Evening: Boat trip on Sea of Galilee
  • Hotel in: Tiberias

Day 4 From Sea of Galilee to the Golan and back – Tiberias

Hof Tzemach
Hof Tzemach
  1. Hof Tzemach, water park near Sea of Galilee
  2. Manara Cliff, Cable-car ride, Mountain-slide coaster cars, Rappelling, Zip-line
  3. Mey Kedem Water Tunnel
  4. Katsrin (optional)
  5. Evening: Old-Tiberias city tour
  • Hotel in: Tiberias

Day 5 From the Sea of Galilee via Safed to Jerusalem – Jerusalem

Bloomfield Science Museum
Bloomfield Science Museum
  1. Safed (artist-colony)
  2. Otzar Hastam (amusement park in Safed)
  3. Sorek (Avshalom) Cave or Bell Cave or Hariton Cave
  4. Bloomfield Science Museum (optional)
  5. Evening: Theater
  • Hotel in: Jerusalem

Day 6 The Exciting Holy City – Jerusalem

Jerusalem Time Elevator Show
Jerusalem Time Elevator Show
  1. Biblical Zoo
  2. Time Elevator
  3. Jerusalem Botanical Gardens
  4. Wohl Rose Garden, Jerusalem (optional)
  5. Evening: City of David (light show)
  • Hotel in: Jerusalem

Day 7 The New Jerusalem – Jerusalem

Jerusalem Scavenger Hunt
Jerusalem Scavenger Hunt
  1. Old City Scavenger Hunt
  2. First Railway Station
  3. Haas Promenade
  4. Herzl Museum (optional)
  5. Evening: Cinema City Jerusalem
  • Hotel in: Jerusalem

Day 8 From Masada via Timna to Eilat – Eilat

Timna National Park
Timna National Park
  1. Masada
  2. Timna Park
  3. Evening: Bowling at Eilat
  • Hotel in: Eilat

Day 9 Paradise near the Red Sea – Eilat

Nightmare Eilat
Nightmare Eilat
  1. Eilat’s Camel Ranch
  2. Dolphin beach
  3. Nightmare Eilat (optional)
  4. Evening: Eilat’s Isrotel Theater
  • Hotel in: Eilat

Day 10 Departure

Ice Space
Ice Space
  1. Ice Space (optional)

SERVICES INCLUDED
Ensuring that your visit is easy, comfortable, and fun!

  1. Welcome & Assist at Ben Gurion Airport
  2. Arrival & Departure Airport Transfers
  3. 12 Days Touring in an Air-Conditioned Coach
  4. All Touring with a Professional Licensed Guide
  5. Tour Hats/Israel Maps/ Bottle Carriers
  6. All Group Touring & Sites

IMPORTANT NOTE: Tour will run with a minimum of 8 participants. In the event that there are no confirmed participants 8 weeks prior to the departure date the tour will be cancelled without notice.