Our Masada, Ein Gedi, Dead Sea and More tour operates from Tel Aviv and Jerusalem with guaranteed departures every day, taking you to several of the most iconic sites in the region. Begin the day
Our Masada, Ein Gedi, Dead Sea and More tour operates from Tel Aviv and Jerusalem with guaranteed departures every day, taking you to several of the most iconic sites in the region. Begin the day at Masada, ascending via the cable car and touring the fortress which dates to King Herod’s time, taking in the incredible views across the Dead Sea region and Judean Desert. Next, we’ll head to Ein Gedi, where you will be able to hike through the oasis that sits here in the middle of the desert. Continue to the Dead Sea, where there will be a chance to bathe in the muds and float in the waters of this salty lake which is the lowest point on Earth. Leaving the Dead Sea, we’ll pass Qumran, where the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered before we continue to the lowest city, and oldest city onEarth, Jericho, for a view of the city from the road. Our self-guided Masada, Ein Gedi, Dead Sea and More Tour is offered with guaranteed departures.
“I loved this tour. Being outside in nature was amazing.” – Amaris, New York USA
“Real value sold, feeling of being a guest rather than a tourist was provided” – Pawel, Poland
“Masada, Ein Gedi, Dead Sea and more tour. Great!!” – Adam, Prague, Czech Republic
Masada, Ein Gedi, Dead Sea and More Tour Highlights
Pickup from Tel Aviv or Jerusalem.
Descend through the Judean Desert below sea level to the lowest region on Earth (photo stop at Sea Level, if time permits).
On the road, you will also pass the Inn of the Good Samaritan and the city of Jericho.
Ascend Masada via the cable car and explore the ruins of King Herod’s palace and the fortified site which is a symbol of heroism in Jewish history and Israeli society.
Float in the waters of the Dead Sea, and bathe in the muds.
Walk in the oasis of Ein Gedi, a beautiful green spot in the center of the desert.
Return to Jerusalem and Tel Aviv
Masada, Ein Gedi, Dead Sea and More Tour itinerary
06:30 – Pickup from Tel Aviv
07:45 – Pickup from Jerusalem
09:30 – Arrival to Masada. Ascend via the cable car and explore the site which dates to the Herodian era.
11:45 – Ein Gedi. Hike in this beautiful nature reserve, a desert oasis.
14:00 – Dead Sea. Enjoy floating in the waters and immersing in muds of this uniques place, the lowest on Earth. Free time for lunch
16:30 – Depart from the Dead Sea
17:30 – Arrival back in Jerusalem
18:30 – Arrival back in Tel Aviv
NB – all timings are approximate
This is a guaranteed departure tour departing every day
This is a self guided tour, giving participants the opportunity to explore alone and take advantage of the audio guides at the relevant sites. The group will be accompanied by an experienced driver who is on hand to answer questions. Please note that your driver is not a guide.
Things to bring: Passport, Hat and sunscreen, Walking shoes, Bathing suit and towel, Water and snacks
Includes: Transportation to all sites from Tel Aviv or Jerusalem, entrance to private beach at the Dead Sea
Excludes: Masada entrance and cable car (76 NIS approx.), Ein Gedi entrance fee (29 NIS)
Masada, Ein Gedi, Dead Sea and More Tour from Jerusalem
Available every day
Masada, Ein Gedi, Dead Sea and More Tour from Tel Aviv
This is a group tour but can be customized and taken privately for families or groups.
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"The tour I ordered was “Maasada, Ein Gedi, Dead Sea and more”. I was satisfied even before I arrived to Israel - the way how they shared the information and how they advised me what to choose impressed me from the first contact. I was really happy to join the trip, especially that according to their website and the information shared in private e-mails it was possible to combine five top of top sites. I wondered how it was possible and I was a bit afraid that we would be in a rush all the time visiting everything in a "Japanese style" (taking pics 15 min. and going back to the bus). No, that was not the case with Tourist Israel. It came out that they were experienced enough to put this all to packages and they knew what they were offering. I feel like we (me and other people met on that tour) had right enough time to see this all." Pawel, Poland
terms and conditions
Booking is subject to terms and conditions of the tour operator. All passengers are advised to arrange travel insurance.