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9-Day Tour through Israel following the stories of the Bible



Hotels Included


Embark on a truly mesmerizing 9-day voyage that gracefully transports you back in time, granting you access to the captivating realms of ancient Judea and Israel. Prepare to be fully immersed in the intricacies of a rich tapestry interwoven with profound history, vibrant culture, and profound spirituality. As you delve deeper into this enchanting journey, be prepared to unravel the well-guarded secrets and discover hidden treasures that lay dormant, waiting to be unveiled. Allow the magic of this extraordinary region to weave its spell upon you, leaving an indelible mark on your heart and mind.

We invite you to join our Jewish History Israel Tour, an unforgettable expedition that will transport you through the awe-inspiring biblical wonders of Israel. Let us guide you through this remarkable adventure, where the past comes alive, and the present shines brightly, leaving an indelible mark on your soul.


International flights between US / Tel Aviv

Expert Licensed Tour Guides

Daily Breakfasts & Dinners Included

Top-Tier Hotels

Deluxe Air-conditioned Coach


DAY 1 - Arrival, Jaffa Welcome Dinner

Arrival: Your journey begins with a flight to Israel. As you land at Ben Gurion International Airport, our dedicated VIP representative will be there to warmly welcome you and ensure a smooth and comfortable transfer to Tel Aviv.

Jaffa Welcome Dinner and Free Time: We continue to the ancient city of Jaffa, a revered gateway to the Land of Israel cherished by generations of Jews. Stroll through its charming alleyways, bask in the breathtaking sunset over the Tel Aviv Seaside, and begin to immerse yourself in the essence of Israel. Then, you will experience a delightful local Israeli Welcome Dinner, providing a taste of the authentic flavors and warm hospitality of the region (Note: Timing may vary based on flight arrival time.).

DAY 2 - Tel Aviv Independence Hall, Rothschild Boulevard, Carmel Market, Haifa Bahai Gardens, Acre

Tel Aviv Independence Hall: Our day begins in Tel Aviv, known as the "First Hebrew City," where we step into history at the renowned Independence Hall. This significant site was once the home of Tel Aviv's first mayor, David Ben Gurion, and it was here that he declared the momentous independence of the State of Israel.

Rothschild Boulevard: Next, we stroll along the iconic Rothschild Boulevard, a cultural hub famous for its stunning BAUHAUS architecture, which has earned it the distinction of being a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Carmel Market: We immerse ourselves in the vibrant atmosphere of Carmel Market, where we can indulge our senses with the lively colors and flavors of Israel. A visit to the Nachalat Binyamin Pedestrian Zone and Sheinkin Street offers a glimpse into Tel Aviv's avant-garde culture.

Haifa Bahai Gardens: Heading north along the Mediterranean coastline, we arrive in the modern port-city of Haifa, nestled on the picturesque slopes of Mount Carmel. Here, we visit the breathtaking Bahai Gardens, a World Heritage Site, as we take in the awe-inspiring views of the city and the sea.

Acre: Continuing our journey, we reach the historic city of Acre (Acco). We explore the remarkably preserved "Knights Halls" dating back to the Crusader era and the haunting Acco-Prison, a poignant reminder of the courageous Jewish underground fighters who were imprisoned and executed by the British here. A visit to the Turkish Bath adds a touch of legend to our experience before we dive into the vibrant Bazaar, immersing ourselves in the captivating colors and scents of the Orient. Also included a visit to the Tunisian "Or Hatorah" Synagogue, a testament to the vision of a simple Jew who created an extraordinary place adorned with mosaics depicting Jewish history and religion. Finally, we arrive at a serene Galilean Kibbutz, where we'll settle in for two nights, ready to embrace the tranquil charm of this unique setting.

DAY 3 - Tzfar(Safed), Moutains of Galilee, Quneitra Observation Point, Qatzrin

Tzfat (Safed): We begin the day in the mystical city of Tzfat (Safed), known as the heart of Jewish mysticism, Kabbalah. We meet a Kabbalistic artist, engaging in insightful conversations about Kabbalah and their inspiring work.

Mountains of Galilee: Continuing our journey, we drive through the picturesque Mountains of Galilee, passing by the historic pioneer settlement of Rosh Pina, founded in 1882 along the shores of Hula Lake. Our next stop takes us to the serene Nature Reserve of Tel Dan, where a relaxing hike amidst the tranquil waters awaits. Tel Dan, the source of the Jordan River, offers fascinating archaeological discoveries, including the world's most ancient arch and an altar built by King Jeroboam on the border of the Kingdom of Israel.

Quneitra Observation Point: At the Quneitra Observation Point, we take a moment to look across the Syrian border and gain insights into the current situation in the Golan Heights.

Qatzrin: Our exploration continues in Qatzrin, where a Talmudic village has been meticulously reconstructed, offering a glimpse into ancient times. Qatzrin is also renowned for its historic synagogue, a testament to the rich cultural heritage of the region. If time permits, we can arrange a delightful wine-tasting session at the famous Golan Winery, indulging in the flavors of the local produce.

DAY 4 - Yad Vashem, Knesset, Machane Yahuda Market

Yad Vashem: Our day begins with a visit to Yad Vashem, a somber and poignant Holocaust Memorial and Museum. Here, we pay tribute to the memory of the 6 million Jews who tragically lost their lives at the hands of the Nazis.

Knesset: Next, we continue to the renowned "Menorah" situated outside the Knesset, Israel's parliament. This iconic symbol represents the profound history of the Jewish people, spanning from biblical times to the present day. In the afternoon, we venture to Israel's National Museum, offering a glimpse into the nation's rich heritage. We'll see the original "Dead Sea Scrolls" and marvel at the famous 1:50 scale model of Jerusalem, recreating the city in the time of the Second Temple.

Machane Yehuda Market: As the day unfolds, we'll experience the vibrant atmosphere of Machane Yehuda Market, a typical Israeli Shuk (market), immersing ourselves in the lively colors and flavors of the region. Later, we'll participate in the meaningful "Kabbalat Shabbat" (Welcoming of the Sabbath ceremony) at the Western Wall, a sacred tradition that brings together locals and visitors alike. To celebrate Shabbat, we will enjoy a festive Shabbat-Meal and spend the night in the heart of Jerusalem,

DAY 5 - Sabbath Observance, Western Wall, Mount Zion

Sabbath Observance: Today's program is thoughtfully designed to accommodate Sabbath-Observers. We have arranged for your stay in a hotel near the Old City, ensuring you can fully participate in the day's activities without desecrating the Shabbat.

Western Wall: Our first stop takes us to the Western Wall, a sacred site and the last remnants of the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem. Additionally, we'll tour the Temple Mount, which includes visiting the iconic Dome of the Rock and the Al Aqsa Mosque.

Mount Zion: Next, we journey to Mount Zion, where we visit King David's Tomb, a place of historical and spiritual significance. We then enter the Old City through the Zion Gate, a gateway to the heart of Jerusalem's rich heritage. The Jewish Quarter exudes a unique Shabbat atmosphere, adding a special touch to our experience.

DAY 6 - Ein Gedi, Masada, Dead Sea

Ein Gedi: We begin with a leisurely walk through the Oasis of Ein Gedi, a place renowned since the days of King David. Nestled in the desert, Ein Gedi is a captivating convergence of four freshwater springs basking in the desert sun. Here, you can revel in the richness of its unique flora and fauna, a testament to the thriving life that an oasis can offer amidst the arid landscape.

Masada: Next, we venture to the legendary cliff-fortress of Masada, an awe-inspiring sight built by Herod the Great in the heart of the desert. We ascend this mighty fortress by cable-car, exploring the remnants of a magnificent palace. Masada's history is deeply intertwined with the heroic struggle of the Jewish "Zealots," who valiantly fought against the powerful Roman Empire. Their courageous stand has become an enduring symbol for the modern State of Israel.

Dead Sea:  We make our way to the iconic Dead Sea, the deepest point on earth. Here, you will have the opportunity to experience the unique sensation of floating, not swimming, due to the high salinity of the water. The salt and natural minerals are most concentrated at the bottom of the lake, creating buoyancy that allows you to effortlessly float. It's an unforgettable experience in this extraordinary natural wonder.y of the saltwater in the Dead Sea, this increases your buoyancy and make you float. Overnight in a Kibbutz in the Negev.

DAY 7 - Sde Boker, Negev Desert Farm, Ramon Crater

Sde Boker: We begin at Sde Boker, a living testament to David Ben-Gurion's inspiring vision of "making the desert bloom." We delve into Ben-Gurion's ideologies of education, science, and Zionism, all beautifully embodied in the blooming park that overlooks the Zin Valley. It is here, amidst this picturesque landscape, that Ben-Gurion wished to be buried, a tribute to his profound dedication to the Negev's transformation.

Negev Desert Farm: Next, we visit one of the newly-established Desert Farms, where we get a taste of the locally produced wine or goat cheese. Meeting the owners, we gain insights into the lives of these modern pioneers, who have embraced the challenges and opportunities of farming in the arid desert.

Ramon Crater: Our journey continues to the awe-inspiring Ramon Crater, a geological marvel unique to the Negev.

DAY 8 - Beit Guvrin (Tel Maresha), Terebinth Valley, Farewell-Dinner

Beit Guvrin (Tel Maresha): At Beit Guvrin (Tel Maresha), we participate in archaeological excavations of man-made caves, allowing us to connect with our past as we dig with our own hands. It's an immersive experience that brings the ancient world to life.

Terebinth Valley: Next, we venture to Terebinth Valley, also known as "Emek David," where the symbolic battle between David and Goliath once took place. To reach the ancient battle-site, we embark on a thrilling change of transportation, swapping our bus for special 4x4 Ranger-Vehicles that take us off-the-beaten-track.

Farewell-Dinner: We end the day with Dinner at Kibbutz Netiv Halamed. Here, we step back in time, as the kibbutz reconstructs King David's Royal Tent, offering us a glimpse into the lavish hospitality and cuisine of that era. ​

DAY 9 - Departure

Departure: You have a leisurely free day to enjoy the vibrant city of Tel Aviv before your departure. As your flight schedule approaches, we'll arrange transfers to Ben Gurion Airport, ensuring a smooth and stress-free journey home. Our dedicated representative will be there to assist you with VAT refunds, security procedures, and passport control, making your departure as seamless as possible. Please keep in mind that hotel check-out time is at 12:00 PM.

Package including:

  • Flights: International and domestic flights between the US and Israel

  • Meals: 16 meals, 8 Israeli buffet breakfasts and 8 dinners throughout the tour. Lunches as specified in the itinerary

  • Entrance Fees: All entrance fees & attractions as per tour itinerary

  • Tour Guides: 8 full days of touring with top professional, government-licensed, biblically oriented, English speaking tour guides

  • Transportation: Private transportation in deluxe air-conditioned coach

  • Airport shuttle: Private arrival transfer from Ben Gurion International Airport to your hotel

  • Fees and Taxes: Porter fees at all hotels and all land service and local taxes



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