arrow_maroon Places We Take You


Jerusalem is a one-of-a-kind destination with an intriguing history that stretches back thousands of years, containing deep significance to the three monotheistic religions, as well as a vibrant modern life. From the magnificent panoramic view above the Mount of Olives, to the Old City; from The Room of the Last Supper on Mt. Zion, to the Garden Tomb and to the newly restored Jewish quarter. You can visit the Roman Cardo, the Herodian Quarter and continue to the Western Wall, and walk along the Via Dolorosa to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. Don’t miss the new city and its vibrant opportunities such as the Israel Museum, Yad Vashem and the magnificent Machane Yehuda Market, offering an authentic experience of everyday life.

Masada and Dead Sea Spa Experience

As you drive along the shores of the Dead Sea, you will recognize one of the most spectacular sites in Israel - the 1,500 foot mountaintop fortress of Masada. Built by King Herod, Masada is famous as the last stronghold of the Jewish rebellion against the Romans. Discover the first century synagogue, Herod’s bathhouse and many other sites. A short drive from Masada, the Dead Sea is the lowest place on earth. You can enjoy the beach and float in the salty water of the Dead Sea. Take this opportunity to enjoy the famous Dead Sea black mud renowned for its medicinal and healing properties. In addition, a relaxing spa experience can be arranged, allowing your mind, body and soul to experience true tranquility.

Nazareth and Sea of Galilee

Drive via the coastal road and the landscape of the lower Galilee to Nazareth, the town in which Jesus spent his childhood. You can visit the Church of Annunciation and the Church of St. Joseph. In Tiberias, you can enjoy the resort town on the Sea of Galilee. Take the opportunity to visit Capernaum and view the ruins of the ancient synagogue, where Jesus taught. We suggest also visiting Tabgha, the site of the miracle of fish and loaves located at the foot of the Golan Heights, and finish the day at Yardenit, the famous baptismal site where the Jordan River flows out of the Sea of Galilee towards the Dead Sea.

Caesarea, Haifa and Acre

Caesarea was the capital of Judea under the Romans. Explore the excavations of the Crusader city, Roman port, aqueduct and the amphitheater that has been restored to its former glory as a concert venue. Additional sites options are Megiddo, identified as the site of Armageddon; where you can visit the archaeological excavations including the well-preserved water supply system. In Haifa, you can visit Mount Carmel and see a panoramic view of the Haifa bay, and the golden-domed Bahai shrine and its remarkable gardens. End the day at Acre, visiting the Crusaders and Turkish underground city and the Knights Kingdom. Walk through the old city and the Oriental market, the Arab mosque and the old port.

Tel Aviv

The non stop city and its beautiful seafront promenade is perfect for a leisurely stroll, and a popular place to jog or run. Old Jaffa can be reached via the promenade with its charming historic alleyways, old port and the flea market. Add culture to your tour and visit the New Tel Aviv Museum of Art where you will find a host of fascinating temporary exhibitions, as well as a permanent collection of Israeli art. End the day strolling through the city BAUHAUS designated as a UNESCO world heritage site.