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Jerusalem and Dead Sea Tour from Tel Aviv

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  • Stay cool and comfortable in a climate-controlled coach
  • Combination tour makes the most of your travel time

  • Included entrance fees mean no extra costs upon arrival
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Jerusalem and Dead Sea Tour from Tel Aviv
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Overview
Combine ancient history with a desert landscape on a tour from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem and the Dead Sea. Visiting Mount Zion, the Old City, Western Wall, and Via Dolorosa, you’ll cover key Jerusalem highlights with a climate-controlled coach to whisk you between sites. Since a morning of sightseeing means plenty of time on your feet, finishing the day at the Dead Sea is a spectacular way to recharge.
What to Expect
Your tour begins with a drive to the Mount of Olives, which offers stunning views of the Holy City. Onward you will continue on to Mount Zion, the site of King David’s Tomb, the Hall of the Last Supper, and the Church of Dormition. Upon arrival in the city itself, you will explore some of Jerusalem’s most famous sites. You will walk along the Cardo, a restored road that dates back to Roman times. You will then visit the world-renowned Wailing Wall (Kotel), one of the city’s most sacred sites.

Afterwards, follow in Christ’s footsteps along the Via Dolorosa, the route he took on his way to being crucified, culminating at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Leaving Jerusalem behind, you will be driven through the Judean Desert en route to the Dead Sea. The lowest point on earth, the Dead Sea is known for its therapeutic powers. Finally, visit one of the health resorts located on its shore, bathing in mineral-rich mud, before floating upon the salt-laden waters of the sea itself.
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top topissimo, topzastico, super top, top esplendido. top show bala, top top top, topissississimo sutiã, topinho

Thank Yasmin C
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
A wonderful experience

This was a great tour led by Silvia our guide with a Scotish accent. What a lovely lady. We had a great time seeing the wonders Jerusalem and the Dead Sea. It didn't feel rushed. We got to see places at a quieter time when...More

Thank YoyoT13
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Day trip Jerusalem and Dead Sea

I went in a trip to Jerusalem and the Dead Sea with Bein Harim tour. My guide was Lorne. It was a fabulous day out filled with interesting information about the city. The tour was well organized, a good mix of listening and walking and...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Jerusalem and Dead Sea Tour

This was a fabulous tour. We purchased a 3-day tour package because we were on a Celebrity Cruise with 2 day stop in Ashdod and 1 dad in Haifa. We had no prior knowledge of this tour but only signed up because a group was...More

Thank Maryann C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Tour of Jerusalem and the Dead Sea

Tour Guide: Haya Koshlevisch Tour Driver: Leonid It is always a great experience when you have a tour guide who really knows the history of the place you are visiting. Haya Koshlevisch brought the Bible stories to life as we toured the Holy land of...More

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Frequent flyer points or additional costs...if you are lucky and the flight is full in economy you might be considered for an upgrade ( status and ticket class play a role)
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