Panoramic Outlook of Jerusalem Tour around the Old City Jerusalem See the Wailing Wall - "Kotel" Walk along the Via Dolorosa. Visit the Dead Sea and float in its saline waters In this one day tour, we'll show you some of the most important sites in Old Jerusalem and let you absorb Jerusalem 's unique history, culture and atmosphere accompanied by our experienced government-licensed tour guides.
After that, you will enjoy some stunning views of the Judean Desert
and experience the Dead Sea
. You may have been to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, but we guarantee you have never experienced the sensation of floating in the Dead Sea, where the natural salinity of the water makes it impossible to sink. Sunbathe on the salt beaches and cover yourself with the world famous mineral mud found only in the Dead Sea.
After you take a bath inside the Dead Sea you will be transported back to your dropp-of destination, passing by the Qumran caves
, where the Dead Sea scrolls were found and Jericho
the oldest city on earth.
This day tour is meant to let you visit the major sites in the Old City of Jerusalem and also get a taste of the Dead Sea experience.
Departs daily, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
6:30am Netanya hotels
7:00am Herzliya hotels
7:20am Tel Aviv hotels
9:00am Jerusalem hotels
Choose your starting point city and your drop-off city - these can be different from one another. For instance you can start the tour in Tel Aviv and end it in Jerusalem, or the other way round. Some combinations might add an extra fee. Please check the booking process under "Options".
Return between 5:00 - 6:30pm at your hotel pick-up
Tour runs: Saturday - Thursday
Sunday - Bilingual English/Spanish
Monday - Bilingual English/French
Tuesday - Bilingual English/Spanish
Wednesday - Bilingual English/German
Thursday - Bilingual English/French or English/German
Saturday - Bilingual English/French
If you wish to request a specific second language please contact us on email@example.com
Note: Modest dress (no shorts or sleeveless shirts) and head covering are required for visiting holy sites.Bathing suit, hat and towel are recommended.
Transfer to Dead Sea may be accompanied with a driver only. Change of vehicle may be required.