One and two day Sightseeing Tours of Jerusalem: the old city, the Western Wall, the Temple Mount, via Dolorosa
Jerusalem Sightseeing Tours, One and two day Sightseeing Tours of Jerusalem:
The Jewish, Christian, Armenian and Moslem quarters of the old city. the Western
Wall, the Temple Mount, Dome of the Rock, the Church of the Holy Sepulcher
"The weird solitude, the great silence, the grim desolation, are the very things
with which every desert wanderer falls in love."
The Desert / John C. Van Dyke 1901
The Jewish quarter: Old city, Jerusalem
1 and 2 day: Christian Jerusalem Tours
Jewish Jerusalem Tours
Jerusalem Sightseeing Tours
The Judean desert from Jerusalem
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Our tours of Jerusalem depart from all hotels in the resorts surrounding Eilat including Aqaba, Taba and as far as Sharm el Sheik, below are our selected Jerusalem tour excursions running from Eilat. Departures are from all hotels in Aqaba, Jordan, Taba and Sharm el Sheikh, Sinai (Egypt) these special short tours cover many of Israel’s main religious and historic sights. At the bottom of the page you will see our special Petra - Jerusalem two day tour option. Transportation from Sinai hotels and border assistance is provided upon request and our professional Israeli tour guides join the tour groups once inside Israel.
Jerusalem from Eilat - One day tour
Jerusalem’s Old City, a packed day of sightseeing. This tour covers all four quarters of Old Jerusalem, The Jewish, Christian, Armenian and Moslem quarters and the Old Cities major religious and historic sites.
We set off early for Jerusalem along the scenic Great Rift Valley and stop for a quick break at the foot of the Masada cliff and can enjoy here a quick dip in the waters of the Dead Sea. We reach Jerusalem mid morning and enter Jerusalem’s city walls in the Jewish quarter our tour takes us to: the Western Wall, The Temple Mount, the golden Dome of The Rock, the Arabian Market. We walk the Way of the Cross, from start to finish, through the Arab quarter to the Christian quarter and end the route at the Church of the Holy Sepulcher where the final 5 stations and the The hill of Calvary and Tomb of Jesus are found. From here we walk towards the Armenian quarter and pass the Citadel - (The tower of David), we stroll back through the Jewish quarter and back to our vehicle. After a short visit to the Garden of Gethsemane we continue on to the summit of the Mount of Olives to Enjoy the setting sun over Jerusalem. From Here we begin our journey arriving in Eilat or Taba, Sinai, Aqaba, Jordan borders by evening.
Not including lunch (12$ p.p.) Modest dress required (covering knees and arms).
Eilat to Jerusalem: Small car: 2 people- 990$ in total, 3 people- 1190$ in total, 4 people-330 $ p.p.
6 seater car: 4 people: 440$ p.p.
8 seater car: 5 people- 360$ p.p. 6 people- 320$ p.p. 7 people- 285$ p.p. 8 people– 262$ p.p.
Incl: guide and car
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The area surrounding Jerusalem boasts some of the most fantastic scenery and stunning Christian sights and desert scenery in all Israel. From Bethlehem to Jericho, the fabulous ancient monasteries of the Judean desert and the mesmerizing shores of the Dead Sea. Our tours of one and two days cover the most splendid tour routes in the area. They cover the most renowned sites and the smaller, less visited treasures that few tourists get to see.
the Church of the Holy Sepulcher
Jerusalem / Bethlehem / Masada and Dead Sea
Two day tour from Eilat - Taba, Sharm El Sheikh and Aqaba
Two day Jerusalem tour that takes in Israel’s most renowned sites, Masada, Dead Sea, Bethlehem and a completely full day of touring in Jerusalem’s Old City.
Day one:We journey through the Great Rift Valley to the Dead Sea where we visit the famous site of Masada. We ascend Masada by cable car and tour it’s impressive ruins and taking in it’s incredible views of the Dead Sea and Jordan. We go down to the shores of the Dead Sea where we can enjoy the Dead Sea mud and bathe in the salty waters. From here we head to Bethlehem where we take a short tour and visit the Church of the Nativity. We leave Bethlehem for Jerusalem and check-in to our hotel (night tour of Jerusalem available).
Day Two:From Here we drive up to the city wall and enter the Old City in the Jewish quarter. We visit the Western Wall and the Temple Mount, Dome of the Rock. We pass through the Arab Souq in the Arab quarter and begin following the Stations of the Cross as we stroll the alleyways of the Way of the Cross from the Moslem Quarter through to the Christian Quarter and to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. He we see the final five stations, the Hill of Calvary and the tomb of Jesus. We continue towards to the Armenian quarter and beside the Jaffa gate we visit another of Jerusalem’s most renowned sites, the Tower of David (Citadel of Jerusalem). We tour the ruins enjoying the views over the Old City and take a short visit to the museum. From Here we head to the Room of the Last Supper and via Zion’s gate walk back to the Jewish quarter to complete our tour of the Old city. From Here we visit the garden of Gethsemane and on to the Mount of Olives to enjoy the sunset over Jerusalem. We leave Jerusalem behind us and begin our journey south and back to Eilat for tour completion.
The Old City of Jerusalem: The market
Holy Land Tour (two-day)
Jerusalem – Nazareth – Galilee
This packed two day Israel tour covers many of Israel’s main historic and religious sights in just two days. It is a unique opportunity to cover Israel whilst holidaying in the resort towns of Sinai, Taba , Sharm el Sheikh and Aqaba, Jordan.
Day one - At Eilat, Israel and begin our tour of Israel’s most renowned sights. We drive towards Jerusalem via the great Rift Valley, stopping en route at the lowest point on earth, The Dead Sea. We enjoy here a short break, have a dip in the healing waters and enjoy the dramatic views of the mountains of Jordan. We continue our tour to Jerusalem and make our first stop on the famous Mount of Olives. Here we visit the Church of all Nations, the Garden of Gethsemane, the church of Mary Magdalene and the Tomb of Maria. We enter the old city at the Lion’s gate and begin our tour of all four quarters of ancient Jerusalem, starting in the Christian quarter. We walk the Via Dolorosa (way of the Cross) from the first station at the Church of the Flagellation where Jesus was whipped and given his cross, to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher where the Hill of Calvary and final five stations of the Cross are found. We visit here the crucifixion site on Calvary, the tomb of Christ and the Unction stone where his body was prepared for burial. From here we take a break for lunch near the Arab market in the Moslem quarter and then make our way the the Jewish quarter and the Western Wall (Wailing Wall), we see the nearby Temple Mount and it’s renowned golden ‘Dome of the Rock’ before continuing our tour through the Armenian quarter onto Mount Zion and the Last Supper Room. It was on Mount Zion that Jesus was held by the Romans and where Peter denied Jesus three times. From here we depart Jerusalem in the direction of the Galilee and spend the night in Christ’s home town of Nazareth.
Day Two - Following breakfast we visit the Basilica of the Annunciation and the Church of Gabriel before we head for the Sea of Galilee and Capernaum where Jesus’ stayed and taught during his years of preaching. We tour the remains of Capernaum, the village where he spent much of his preaching years, we see here the ancient synagogue and the remains of Saint Peter’s house where it is believed Jesus’ frequently visited. We continue our tour and visit the Eastern Orthodox Church of the Twelve Apostles on the shores of the Galilee. We visit the Church of the Bread and Fish in Tabgha and see the ancient mosaic depicting Jesus most renowned miracle and we take a break to enjoy a traditional bread and fish lunch in a restaurant on the shores of the Sea of Galilee. From here we head south to the Baptismal site on the banks of the Jordan River and after a short visit we begin our return journey south and complete our Holy Land tour as we pass the Negev desert and Dead Sea and cross back into Egypt at Taba.
Transport to and from all Sinai resort Hotels including Sharm El Sheikh available at a supplement.
The Moslem quarter: Old city, Jerusalem