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Israel Package Types
Classic Highlights of Israel Tour Packages
Classic Highlights of Israel Tour Packages provide the ultimate introduction to Israel, with the must-sees, and great cultural experiences.
Christian Holy Land Tour Packages
Our Christian Holy Land Tour packages include the spiritual, historic, and cultural highlights of Israel, Jordan, and the region beyond. Our packages are available with guaranteed weekly departures or as private tours customized to the needs and beliefs of families, congregations, or other groups. In operating our packages, we aim to offer the highest quality of tour at the most affordable price, and thanks to our large operational team in Israel and Jordan, we are able to do this. For tours of Israel only, we are able to offer extension tours to Jordan and/or Egypt, or extra daily tours for those who have a specific interest in a point of interest which might not be in the selected package. Our general Israel tour packages offer a wider selection of options, however, when it comes to selecting the perfect Holy Land tour, we do invite you to be in touch with our team who sit in Israel and are available seven days a week to assist you in creating the perfect experience.
Jewish Israel Tour Packages
Step into the rich history and vibrant storytelling of Jewish Heritage in Israel. Gain a deeper connection and awareness to both past and present aspects of Jewish life. Visiting Israel is the best way to delve into the compelling ancient history while focusing on the future of Israel. Our Private Jewish Heritage Tour Packages are the perfect way to get introduced to many meaningful sites to help foster the connection to the Holy Land. From ancient archeological wonders to the Dead Sea and the Old City of Jerusalem, our Private Jewish Heritage Tour Packages take the abundance of sites throughout the region into consideration in order to maximize time spent at each location. Tour packages are completely customizable and can be arranged based on your specific interests, timeframe and budget. Take a look at our choices of popular Jewish Heritage Tours in Israel which are designed from experience and create a well-balanced travel experience. These tours are adjustable and can accommodate various size groups, including large groups. During the planning process you will be able to work directly and closely with a planning representative who will not only offer knowledgeable and thoughtful options, but will also listen closely to what…
Budget Israel Travel Packages
Our Israel budget travel packages are designed with the budget traveler in mind. They’re the best deal for anyone who is looking to discover and explore the highlights of Israel in a budget-friendly way. We strive to give you a way to experience Israel without breaking the bank or sacrificing the quality of your trip. Our budget travel packages allow you to travel hassle-free with an operations team that is available to assist you 24/7. On our tours, you will visit the most important sites and attractions in Israel. You will stay in hostels in 10-bed mixed dorms or 6-bed female dorms, which will ultimately save you money so you’ll have more to spend on souvenirs and delicious food on your trip. Hostels are ideal for meeting other like-minded travelers from around the world and we guarantee that you’ll come away from these tours with great friends and lasting memories.
Private Tours in Israel
Private tours in Israel allow us to custom build the perfect tour for you. Whether you are looking for a fully planned itinerary and trip to Israel for 10 days, including hotels, guides, and every other detail, a day tour in Jerusalem, Masada, the Galilee, across the border to Petra and Jordan, or elsewhere, a unique activity or fun day for the family, or anything in-between, we are here to help. Whether you’re planning a religious oriented trip, a Bar Mitzvah or family trip, a Catholic oriented experience, a study or educational tour, a luxury tour or VIP tour of Israel, or something else, our experts are seasoned and able to create the perfect itinerary and experience for you.
Mini Package Tours (2-5 days)
Our Mini Package Tours of Israel and Jordan offer the best way to enjoy a few days of touring, either for quick trip or for those with limited time to tour. With guaranteed departures from Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, and Eilat, our mini package tours of Israel are carefully conceived to provide the best value experience, combined with rich content and a high quality touring experience. Our mini packages of Israel range in length from 2 to 5 days, and include overnight accommodation. Tour content ranges from the iconic sites in Israel such as Jerusalem, Masada, and so on, to our range of overnight tours to Petra. For those seeking a longer or more comprehensive tour, check our our Israel package tours which range in length from 6-10 days.
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Hotels by Location
Tel Aviv Hotels
From boutique hotels in historic buildings to luxury by the beach, budget options, or authentic stays, our wide selection of the best Tel Aviv hotels.
Our selected Jerusalem hotels include uniquely Jerusalem experiences, world-famous hotels, as well as budget options and more.
Northern Israel Hotels
From rural retreats in zimmers and Kibbutz stays in the Galilee and Golan, to selected hotels in Haifa and Akko along the coast.
The best hotels in Eilat, from luxury resorts to boutique hotels and budget options for stays on the Red Sea.
Dead Sea Hotels
The best places to stay at the Lowest Point on Earth, from spa hotels to smaller authentic accommodation options.
Negev Desert Hotels
The magic of the Negev comes to life only at night. Our selected hotels range from iconic luxury to authentic desert experiences.
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Where to Go
Israel’s 24/7 cultural capital on the Mediterranean
The Holy City, unrivaled in history and religion, a true melting pot
North of Israel
From Haifa & Akko on the Mediterranean to the Galilee & Golan
South of Israel
The Dead Sea, Masada, Negev Desert, Ramon Crater
Israel’s window to the Red Sea, a true year-round resort city
Petra and Jordan
Petra, Wadi Rum, Aqaba, Amman, and more
Bethlehem & West Bank
Historic Bethlehem & Jericho, are just the start
Cairo and Egypt
Cairo and its Pyramids, Sinai, Luxor, and more
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Travel In & Around Israel
How to Get From Amman to Jerusalem
There are several ways to move between these cities. These two capital cities are merely 100 km away from each other; however, they’re separated by an international border makes the journey between them less simple than might be expected. The most common ways to travel between Amman and Jerusalem include a shuttle, public transport, private...
Using the Bus and Rail in Jerusalem
Using the bus in Jerusalem, and the recently opened Jerusalem Light Rail are two very convenient ways to get around the city. Whilst information is generally in Hebrew and English, it can sometimes be confusing with so many different routes and ticket options available so we created this guide to getting around in Jerusalem using the bus and light rail.
How to Get From Tel Aviv to Petra
People often ask how to get from Tel Aviv to Petra. Thanks to its proximity to Israel, it is possible to travel from Tel Aviv to Petra every day of the week. Here, we highlight some of the best options available to you to experience this wondrous place. Our guide on how to plan the perfect...
How to Get From Eilat to Petra
A common question is how to get from Eilat to Petra. Many tourists using Israel’s southern-most city as a base from which to explore Petra. Getting from Eilat to Petra is simple. There are a few different options available, depending on budget, the time frame that’s available, and personal travel preferences. Our guide to planning the perfect...
How to Get From Jerusalem to Petra
We are often asked how to get from Jerusalem to Petra. Two of the most impressive sites of the region are major features on many itineraries for travelers to Israel. Getting from Jerusalem to Petra is simple. There are many different ways that you can travel between the two locations, appropriate for different budgets, time scales, and...
Getting from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem (And Back)
Getting from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem can be a challenge for both tourists and locals unfamiliar with the public transportation. The two most preferable, and most used, methods are by bus and by train. The bus is a direct line, cutting straight across the land on the highways while the train meandered a bit south, with several stops along the way, providing a more scenic route. For those travelling from the airport, one may want to turn to a more private form of transportation (sherut or taxi) as one will be burdened with luggage and may not know exactly where to go upon arrival.
Yitzhak Navon Railway Station
Yitzhak Navon is one of Israel’s newest railway stations, and one of the world’s deepest at 80 meters below ground. Sometimes called Hauma, this station has multiple levels, a sleek modern design, vaulted glass ceilings, and mosaics on the walls. With over 5,500 square meters of space underground, it can also serve as a refuge...
How to Visit Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and the UAE from Israel
We’re here to help you decide how to visit Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and the UAE from Israel. We recommend flying to the UAE no matter where you are in the Middle East, and there are a number of new flights that go from Ben Gurion International Airport to 3 of the United Arab Emirates’ international...
How to Tour Israel, Jordan, and Egypt
If you’re planning a visit to Israel, Jordan, or Egypt – prepare to be delighted. Regardless of the duration of your trip, you’ll have plenty to explore within each country. But while in the region, why not visit all three? Israel contains some of the world’s most important holy sites. Jordan is a magical kingdom...
Ramallah, West Bank, Israel
Ramallah is a Palestinian city located in the central West Bank of Israel just 15 km (10 miles) north of Jerusalem. It currently serves as the de facto administrative capital of the Palestinian National Authority (PNA) and is a cultural center for the Palestinian people. Brief history Modern Ramallah was founded mid-16th century by the...
Ferry from Haifa to Akko (Acre)
The ferry from Haifa to Akko allows visitors to both northern coastal cities to shuttle between the two easily. Ferries operate several times a day, seven days a week. The ride offers a beautiful and scenic alternative to driving, which can often be frustrating due to heavy traffic. Stunning views of the Carmel Mountains, downtown...
Weekend Public Transportation in Tel Aviv
The Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality is launching the first *free* public transportation system on the Friday nights and Saturdays (the Jewish Sabbath/Shabbat) across the city and surrounding areas. The busses will run from Friday evening through Saturday evening. The Jewish Sabbath lasts from Friday at sundown until Saturday at sundown, and normal public transportation is not...