I will be happy to guide the visiting HP management team at the end of their business visit to Israel, on Juanuary 17th 2015.
Here is the proposed itinerary:
Driving through Jerusalem we will make one stop at Mount of Olives Viewpoint to view and review this magnificant and complex city, and then descend to the lowest dry place in the world – the shores of the Dead Sea .
Built by King Herod, Masada is mostly known for the last stand of the Jews at the end of the Great Jewish Revolt (66-70 CE). The dramatic story is enhanced by rich archaeological remains and a well planned visitors center.
Next we will drive to Crowne Plaza Hotel ( ), where we will have a nice lunch, a relaxing swim (really a float) at the Dead Sea, and an option of a massage.
Relaxed and with soft skin, at the end of the day we will head back to Tel-Aviv through the northern Negev.