Jerusalem Temple Mount & Dome of the Rock

The tour starts with a view across Jerusalem from Mount of Olives. We descend the mount passing Jerusalem’s oldest Jewish cemetery dating back 3,000 years. We walk through the Kidron Valley where there are Jewish tombs dating back to the 1st century AD and enter the Old City via the Dung Gate. We continue to Temple Mount, a sacred site once home to the ancient Jewish Temple and today home to the Dome of the Rock and Al-Aqsa Mosque. At times entrance to Temple Mount is limited by the authorities and under those circumstances we will visit the Tower of David instead. Next we visit the Davidson Center, an archaeological park adjacent to Temple Mount with excavated First and Second Temple Period structures. We tour the excavated site and see ancient remains from various historic periods. At the end of the tour you are returned to your hotel.

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City of David and Underground Jerusalem Day Tour

Discover the City of David in Jerusalem on an essential day trip. Formerly the settlement where King David established his Kingdom, the City of David is now a thriving archaeological park where ongoing excavations confirm many a Bible story.

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$89

Petra day tour from Jerusalem by bus

You’ll be picked-up from David Citadel Hotel in  Jerusalem and taken across the border into Jordan. We drive through the dramatic desert landscape to Petra. Tour the archaeological site of Petra, an ancient city carved out of pink-hued rock cliffs more than 2,000 years ago. Return to Israel and time permitting have a panoramic tour of Aqaba on the Red Sea.

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$340

Jerusalem Trip Mount of Olives & the Temple mount from Tel Aviv

Explore the Mount of Olives and Temple Mount with Professional Guide. The tour starts from Tel Aviv proceed to the Mount of Olives for a breathtaking panoramic view across Jerusalem. Descending the Mount of Olives to Kidron Valley we see ancient monumental Jewish tombs and reach the Old City where we enter via the Dung Gate. We visit Temple Mount where Solomon’s Temple and the Second Temple once stood. Today Temple Mount is home to the Dome of the Rock and Al-Aqsa Mosque. In the event that Temple Mount is closed to visitors, we will visit the Tower of David instead. We continue on to the Davidson Center, an archaeological park flanking Temple Mount where we can see excavated architectural elements from the First and Second Temple periods as well as exhibits in the Davidson Center Museum.

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$102

Jerusalem Trip Mount of Olives & the Temple mount from Jerusalem

Explore the Mount of Olives and Temple Mount with Professional Guide. The tour starts from Tel Aviv proceed to the Mount of Olives for a breathtaking panoramic view across Jerusalem. Descending the Mount of Olives to Kidron Valley we see ancient monumental Jewish tombs and reach the Old City where we enter via the Dung Gate. We visit Temple Mount where Solomon’s Temple and the Second Temple once stood. Today Temple Mount is home to the Dome of the Rock and Al-Aqsa Mosque. In the event that Temple Mount is closed to visitors, we will visit the Tower of David instead. We continue on to the Davidson Center, an archaeological park flanking Temple Mount where we can see excavated architectural elements from the First and Second Temple periods as well as exhibits in the Davidson Center Museum.

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$92

Dead Sea, Masada at Sunrise & Ein Gedi Nature Reserve Tour from Jerusalem

Witness an unforgettable sunrise from the top of ancient Masada and enjoy time at beautiful Ein Gedi and the Dead Sea on this morning trip from Jerusalem! Leave before dawn and travel to all three sites, enjoying time to explore each independently. Climb up the Masada mountainside to experience the sunrise over the mountains and Dead Sea, behold the waterfalls at the paradise-like oasis of Ein Geidi, and finish with a ‘floating’ swim and mud bath at the shimmering Dead Sea. Entrance fees and meals are at your own expense.

3.8

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$82

"Jerusalem Unedited"

Most guides will tell you the history of Jerusalem as fact. However, what facts are they giving you, and where are they getting them from? It is challenging to visit Jerusalem and be delivered an impassioned perspective or particular narrative. Rarely do you get to discover the differing approaches, grapple with the perplexing controversies, and decide for yourself in a city so loaded with contradicting stories and opinions. Come and see for yourself.

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$650

The Dead Sea & Masada Fortress

Explore Masada- start the tour with a lookout over the Judean Desert and the Dead Sea- the lowest place on earth. Tour the ancient archaeological site and learn how King Herod built this amazing fortress compound on top of the steep mountain, how Masada became a symbol of the ancient Kingdom of Israel and hear stories of its violent destruction and the last stand of Jewish patriots in the face of the Roman army in 73 A.D Relax at the shore of the Dead Sea, Float in the salt-thick, mineral-rich water and experience a rich mineral mud dip - amazing for the skin. 

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Galilee Day Tour

Travel full circle around the Sea of Galilee and stop at the most beautiful viewpoints and the most interesting sites handpicked by our expert guides. The Highlights around the Sea of Galilee tour starts with a visit to Yardenit Baptismal Site with the option for a quick dip (baptism can be pre-arranged for an additional cost). After this exciting start to the day continue to Mitzpe Shalom on the eastern side of the sea with the most impressive views in all of Galilee. Visit Kursi, an archeological site with the largest remains of a Byzantine monastery in Israel and tour ancient Capernaum with your experienced guide. Next, it is time to ascend the Mount of Beatitudes to enjoy the serene and tranquil site. To complete the circle around the Sea of Galilee the tour ends at Tabgha, for a visit to the Church of Multiplication. Here there is a chance to dip your feet in the water at the very same shore where it is said that Jesus walked on water before returning to Tel Aviv or Jerusalem.

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Guided Tour of Jerusalem: The Biblical City of David

Come join in on a three hour adventure as we rediscover Ancient Jerusalem, just a five minute walk from the Western Wall. Jerusalem was born over three thousand years ago on a small hilltop called the City of David. Today, countless archaeological excavations are continually revealing incredible discoveries that are changing our understanding of Jerusalem’s history throughout the ages. The stones are revealing their secrets, and the City of David's expert guides are excited to share them with you.

4.7

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$17.44