Discover the amazing history and culture of Jerusalem, Israel on this fantastic car tour. This six-day tour will introduce you to some of the most famous attractions in “the Old City”.
Day one will start with your arrival to Jerusalem and a transfer to your hotel. This day will consist of meeting your guide Oded and relaxing at your hotel. Day two will be the first day of exploring the city of Jerusalem. Along the way, you will visit the Tomb of King David, the room of the Last Supper, the Jewish Quarter, the Herodian Quarter and the Holy Sepulcher.
Day three will introduce you to the New City of Jerusalem. This day will include visits to Yad Vashem the Holocaust museum, the Military Cemetery, the Shrine of the Book and Israel’s Parliament House.
The fourth day of the tour will bring you away from the city to some of Israel’s more scenic locations. During this drive, you will pass through the Judean Desert to the Dead Sea, which is the lowest point on earth. After visiting the Dead Sea, you’ll head to Masada where you will enjoy in a cable car ride to the fortress where the Zealots made their last stand against the Romans.
Day five will start out with a exploration of Safed. You’ll enjoy learning about the Jewish Kabala and visiting ancient synagogues, Syrian bunkers and the Gamla National Park. The sixth and final day of this tour will bring you to Tel Dan. During this day, you will walk along the Dan River, visit a Druze village and explore the Sea of Galillee. After you are done exploring, you’ll head back to Jerusalem where you’ll be free to continue on your journey.
Your adventure awaits!
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After graduating high school, and following my compulsory military service, I completed my training to be a licensed tour guide and began leading groups in French and English throw Israel. I’m full time tour guide & take joy in sharing & exploring my homeland with visitors. In the early 80's my family moved to live in a kibbutz Ein Zivan, on the Golan Heights. Our four kids were raised in a great atmosphere. Among many other interesting things I did, for 6 years I was a park ranger of the Gamla National Park. Ein Zivan is the first in the kibbutz who made the change his way of life known as privatization or new kibbutz. This gave me the possibility to go back to guiding tours. My areas of interest and expertise include history, Middle East history, Christian-Jewish dialogue, nature and humour.