This unforgettable day trip takes you from the ancient historical sites of Jerusalem to the stunning Dead Sea. The Jerusalem and Dead Sea tour highlights two of the world’s most breathtaking places.
We begin this exciting day with a panoramic overview of both the old and new city from Mount Scopus. From here you will be able to see the Temple Mount Esplanade, as well as the entire old city and its surroundings. The Mount of Olives offers one of the most breathtaking views of Jerusalem.
We then travel along the Kidron Valley to visit the Garden of Gethsemane, the site where Jesus and his disciples prayed the night before his crucifixion. We then proceed to enter the old city via the Armenian Quarter. Our first stop will be the Wailing Wall and the square in front of it.
We will then stroll through the local Bazaar to the Christian Quarter, to follow the Stations of the Cross, otherwise known as the Via Dolorosa, a professional guide explaining and bringing to life every stop along the way to the memorable Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the sight of the crucifixion.
From the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, we walk along the 1700-year-old Byzantine main street, until we reach the Cardo and the renovated Jewish Quarter.
We return to our bus to descend to the northern coast of the Dead Sea through the beautiful Judean hills. Spending several hours in the Dead Sea we enjoy the distinctive experience of floating in the world’s southernmost body of water, heavily concentrated in salts. You may also immerse yourself in a mineral-rich all-natural Dead Sea mud bath, leaving your skin soothed and soft, and giving you an experience you won’t forget.
Our return route to Jerusalem will stop at a viewpoint to see the city of Jericho.
Jerusalem is the heart of the Holy Land, sacred to three religions. Filled with unique landmarks, historic monuments, and religious significance, this is one of the main destinations for tourists around the world. Our tours in Jerusalem help you discover the city and cover all the sites you want to see within your timeframe. Meanwhile, the Dead Sea is the oldest natural spa in the world and the lowest point on earth. Surround yourself with all the beauty of the Negev Desert and enjoy the Mediterranean sun as you float effortlessly on its salty waters with our Dead Sea tours.
Tour ends at approximately 17:00
Return time to Tel Aviv by 18:00
*Please bring hats and comfortable shoes.
*Spa treatments must be reserved a day in advance.
*Please bring bathing suits, towels, and sun protection.