Arrival, WELCOME TO ISRAEL! We first head north for 2 nights, with a stop at Roman Metropolis Caesarea on the way.
Oct 21 (THUR)
A day tour of the Golan Heights will include highlights like Mount Bental, an off-road tour by the Syrian border, lunch in a Druze village, visit an ancient synagogue, and an optional visit to a local winery.
Oct 22 (FRI)
A tour around the Sea of Galilee will include a visit to Capernaum and Magdala, two significan sites in both Jewish and Christian history. After a lunch break in a local fish restaurant we will head to Jerusalem with an optional stop in Nazareth or Megiddo on the way. SHABBATH SHALOM.
O/N: Mamilla Hotel, Jerusalem
Oct 23 (SAT)
Free day in Jerusalem, or an optional tour of Bethlehem, Herodium and other sites in the vicinity, with a Palestinian guide.
Day tour of the Dead Sea will start with the fascinating and dramatic site of Masada, as well as the oasis of Ein-Gedi, and where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found. The tour can include an optional swim at the Dead Sea as well.
OCT 26 (TUE)
Completing our tour of Jerusalem we will review the highlights of the Israel Museum, tour Yad Vashem, and then head to Tel-Aviv. We will visit David vs. Goliath Battle site on the way, and possibly try one of the local wines of the region.
OCT 27 (WED)
A day tour of Tel-Aviv strart with a stroll in the alleys of Jaffa, and continue to its old port and flea market. Next you will meet your chef taking you through the Carmel Market and then to a Cooking workshop nearby. Time permitting we can also include a ride / tour along Rothschild Boulevard, and visit Rabin Assassination site.
Oct 28 (THUR)
Your last day in Tel-Aviv can be a free day, or an optional day tour around the Gaza Strip, learning about the Geo-Politics in southern Israel, and what its like to live under constant threat of Hammas terror rockets.