Old City special tour

Our Jerusalem Old City tour offers an in-depth voyage through one of the most fascinating places on Earth. Rich in history, religion, and culture, contested throughout the ages, Jerusalem’s Old City is holy to Jews, Muslims, and Christians, and home to many of the world’s most iconic places of religious importance. Led by an experienced […]

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Tel Dan Nature Reserve

Tel Dan Nature Reserve & Archaeological Park Dan is a city mentioned in the Hebrew Bible, described as the northernmost city of the Kingdom of Israel, and belonging to the tribe of Dan. The city is identified with a tell located in northern Israel known as Tel Dan in Hebrew, or Tell el-Qadi. Dan is […]

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Machane Yehuda Market

  Shuk Machane Yehuda The Machane Yehuda Market or shuk is the largest market in Jerusalem with over 250 vendors selling everything from fruit and vegetables to specialty foods, and clothing to Judaica.Mahane Yehuda Market, often referred to as “The Shuk”, is a marketplace in Jerusalem. Popular with locals and tourists alike, the market’s more […]

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The Rabbinical Tunnel

The Rabbinical Tunnel While the open-air portion of the Western Wall is approximately 60 metres (200 ft) long, the majority of its original length of 488 metres (1,601 ft) is hidden underground. The tunnel allows access to the remainder of the Wall in a northerly direction. History In 19 BCE, King Herod undertook a project […]

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Kayaking & Rafting at the Jordan River

Jordan River Stretching for over 150 miles, the Jordan river is the longest waterway in Israel and much of its eastern border with the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. Because of its role in a few biblical stories, it is also one of the most famous rivers in the world. From its sources by the Hermon, […]

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Golan Heights Jeep Tour

A Golan Jeep Tour takes you into the depths of the beautiful and fascinating landscape of the Golan Heights, Israel’s most remote northern-most region. A jeep tour in the Golan enables you to venture further off the road than the average tourist ever would, right into the heart of the hills and valleys that characterize […]

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Camel ride at Eretz Bereshit

Eretz Bereshit (Genesis Land) Enjoy an ancient experience at Eretz Bereshit when you are greeted by Eliezer and brought into the tent of Abraham. Be a part of the Biblical story when you ride a camel to the tent and partake in some light refreshments from the couple known for their hospitality. Visitors are given […]

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The City of David

  The City of David, a neighborhood of Silwan, is an Arab village intertwined with an Israeli settlement, and the archaeological site, which is speculated to constitute the original settlement core of Bronze and Iron Age Jerusalem. Ma’alot Ir David St, Jerusalem History The story of the City of David began over 3,000 years ago, […]

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Tree Planting

Tree planting in Israel at Neot Kedumim A unique experience that carries on flourishing long after your trip is over Neot kedumim is a restored ecological nature reserve. It spread across 625 acres of revived landscape. Here you can find the plants and trees of the land of milk and honey as well as excavated […]

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