Tel Aviv, Haifa, Jerusalem

Tour Departs on: Mondays
Tour Includes
  • Professional Tour Director
  • Choice of Deluxe Hotel Plans
  • 9 Days of Comprehensive Sightseeing
  • Walking Tour of Tel Aviv
  • Arrival and Departure Transfers
17 Meals
  • Daily Israeli Buffet Breakfast
    • Friday Dinner Get-together in Tel Aviv
    • 2 Dinners in Haifa
    • Lunch at Kibbutz Kfar Charuv
    • Restaurant Dinner in Jerusalem
    • Traditional Friday Night Dinner in Jerusalem
Special Features
  • • Tour the underground Ammunitions Factory at Machon Ayalon
    • Visit the unique Palmach Museum
    • Archeological “Dig” at Beit Guvrin National Park
    • Tour the Israeli Museum at the Rabin Center
    • Visit the beautifully restored former Templar settlement—Sarona
    • Dinner and special presentation in Haifa
    • Descend to the Underwater Grottos at Rosh Hanikra
    • Enjoy wine tasting at a Golan Winery
    • Visit an Army Bunker in the Golan
    • Tour the spectacular FOZ Heritage Center
    • Night Tour of “illuminated” Jerusalem
    • Tour Herodian Mansions or Hasmonean Tunnel
    • Sound & Light Show in Jerusalem
    • WiFi enabled buses and Free WiFi at all hotels
    • Tips to all restaurant staff
    • Expedited Arrival and Departure Services at Ben Gurion Airport (international flights)

Monday: En Route

Depart the U.S.A. on your flight to Israel.

Tuesday: Tel Aviv

Welcome to Israel! Arrive Ben Gurion Airport; Special meeting, assistance and transfer to your hotel in trendy Tel Aviv’s Mediterranean beach. Balance of the afternoon and evening at leisure in the “city that never sleeps”.

Wednesday: Tel Aviv

Begin the day with a visit to Ben Gurion House in Tel Aviv, which served as one of the residences of the First Prime Minister of Israel; see his personal belongings and expansive library. Continue to the Palmach Museum (subject to appointment confirmation), for a virtual tour of the history of the underground organization. We’ll then have a great discovery of Tel Aviv as we drive through the main streets of this city known as the “White City”. Tel Aviv has been proclaimed a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its splendid Bauhaus Architecture and has the largest number of buildings in this unique style of any city in the world! Continue past the Charles Bronfman Auditorium, (Israeli Philharmonic), Habimah Theatre, the impressive Opera House and Yitzhak Rabin Square, dedicated to the late Prime Minister. We’ll visit the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Israel’s largest art museum and award winner for its unique structural design. Onward to charming and quaint Neve Tzedek (Tel Aviv’s “Soho”), the first neighborhood constructed outside Old Jaffa; the old buildings are amazing! Just down the road is the newly developed open-air pedestrian mall—the “Tachana” converted from an old railroad station. You’ll have some time to stroll through the shops here and perhaps enjoy coffee or an ice cream in one of the many cafes before we head back to your hotel (those wishing to spend some more time here can taxi back to the hotel, just minutes away). (B)

Thursday: Tel Aviv

Begin the day with a visit to Weizmann House, the recently restored unique and grand home of Chaim Weizmann, first President of Israel and founder of the Weizmann Institute of Science. The house is presented in a living way, as if its residents are still living on the premises. Continue to the pre-state underground Ammunitions Factory at Machon Ayalon (restored by JNF) to learn about the activities of the Hagannah. Then, on to the military junction at Latrun, once the border with Jordan; visit the Tank Division Memorial. Continue to Sarona, a former Templar settlement restored to perfection with beautifully landscaped gardens and upscale restaurants. You may wish to return in the evening when Sarona looks and feels magical. On to your hotel in Tel Aviv. (B)

Friday: Tel Aviv

Today, a great adventure! Spend the morning digging and excavating at the Tel Maresha Dig at Beit Guvrin National Park (weather permitting). Continue to the 4,000-year-old port city of Jaffa. Explore the magnificently reconstructed Artists’ Quarter with its galleries and boutiques. Afterwards, on to Tel Aviv’s bustling Carmel Market and lively Nachlat Benjamin Street with its delightful craft stalls. Adjacent is Sheinkin Street one of the most popular streets in Tel Aviv, for the trendiest boutiques or just some coffee and people watching — definitely the place to be on Friday afternoon! Tonight, Get Together Dinner. (B.D)

Saturday: Tel Aviv

Morning walking tour through the city’s well known streets including Dizengoff Square. Remainder of the day at leisure to enjoy all of the delights of this Mediterranean paradise. Tel Aviv’s museums and restaurants are world-class. Don’t miss Tel Aviv’s hip port neighborhood, with its yachts, eateries and café-filled boardwalk. (B)

Sunday: Tel Aviv/Haifa

Depart Tel Aviv. Drive to the extraordinary Israeli Museum at the Yitzhak Rabin Center chronicling the life of the late Prime Minister and the development of the State of Israel. Continue to ancient Caesarea; explore the Roman and Crusader ruins including the impressive 2,000-year-old theater (still in use!) and aqueduct. Then, visit Caesarea Harbor: a fascinating, multi-media presentation brings ancient history to life! Arrive in Nazareth, the sacred town where Jesus spent part of his youth; visit the Church and view Mary’s Well. On to the sparkling port city of Haifa; check into your hotel atop Mt. Carmel. Evening: Enjoy Dinner and a special cultural presentation (subject to minimum 10 tour participants). (B.D)

Monday: Haifa

View the golden-domed Baha’i Shrine and their breathtaking “hanging gardens,” – a UNESCO World Heritage site. Drive along the coast to Rosh Hanikra; descend by cable car to see the magnificent underwater grottoes. Continue through the picturesque seaside town of Nahariya to the timeless Crusader city of Acre; walk through the subterranean city and bazaars that recall the colorful middle Ages. Then, to Safed, one of Judaism’s holiest cities, where the Kabbalah was developed in the 16th.-century; visit the ancient synagogues and the charming Artists’ Quarter. Return to your hotel for Dinner. The balance of the evening is at leisure to enjoy a stroll under the Carmel skies and the glow of this beautiful port city. (B.D)

Tuesday: Haifa/Jerusalem

We’ll depart Haifa driving first to Capernaum to see the fantastic ruins of the ancient synagogue dating back to the 5th-century. Ascend the strategic Golan Heights and learn about the 20th century battles that protected Israel’s future. On to Katzrin, capital of the Golan and to the Monument of the 7th Brigade. It is here, in the magnificent strip of the Golan that has become known for producing the finest wines in the world, that we will enjoy a tour of the wine making process as well as sample some of the Golan’s tastiest wines. Continue for a visit to a former Syrian army bunker at Kibbutz Kfar Charuv, settled by Americans and Israelis together; view of the fertile valleys below as you tour the kibbutz and enjoy a late lunch in the communal dining room. Then drive south and rise through the mountains to “golden” Jerusalem, stopping first for a blessing and a toast to our arrival in the eternal city. Overnight in Israel’s capital. (B.L)

Wednesday: Jerusalem

Drive to Hadassah Medical Center to the see the sublime Chagall Windows. On to Yad Vashem, Israel’s national Memorial and Museum of the Holocaust, with its Children’s Pavilion and Avenue of the Righteous. Then, to Mount Herzl to pay respects to Israel’s founders and heroes. Pass the post-modern Supreme Court and the Knesset (Parliament) en route to the Shrine of the Book, home of the Dead Sea Scrolls. Time to walk through the New Israel Museum and the Billy Rose Sculpture Garden; see the Scale Model of ancient Jerusalem. Evening: Night Tour of illuminated Jerusalem followed by a Restaurant Dinner and the “Night Spectacular” Sound & Light Show at the Citadel Museum (weather and schedule permitting). (B.D)

Thursday: Jerusalem

Drive to Mt. Zion to visit the traditional Tomb of King David and the Room of the Last Supper. Enter the Old City to the restored Jewish Quarter; walk along the Cardo, the colonnaded main street of Byzantine Jerusalem. Walk to the Western Wall, last remnant of the Second Temple. View the Dome of the Rock. Proceed through the extraordinary Hasmonean Tunnel (tunnel schedule permitting) or tour the Herodian Mansions, a completely excavated residential quarter from 2000 years ago. Follow the Via Dolorosa to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre; stroll through the exotic bazaars with their wondrous aromas. End today with a visit to the fabulous Friends of Zion Heritage Center celebrating the Christian heroes who have contributed to the Jewish people and the State of Israel. The cutting edge technology is amazing. Or, an optional visit to Bethlehem may be arranged. A free night tonight. The shops are open late as it’s the start of the Israeli weekend. Enjoy the many eateries along the outdoor Mamilla Mall, Ben Yehuda Street, or the “Tachana”. (B)

Friday: Jerusalem

Descend through the Judean desert to the Dead Sea, lowest point on Planet Earth. Ascend Masada by cable car and see this last stronghold of the Zealots in their struggle against the Romans. Visit the excavations, Herod the Great’s palace, synagogue and bathhouse. Then, opportunity to enjoy an “unsinkable” swim in the buoyant waters of the Dead Sea. Drive via the Qumran Caves, where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found, on your return to Jerusalem. We’ll stop at the Western Wall, beautifully illuminated on this Sabbath eve before arriving to the hotel (time permitting). Tonight, a traditional Friday dinner together. (B.D)

Saturday: Jerusalem

Enjoy a full day at leisure for relaxation and on your own exploration. For those still craving to see and do as much as possible, your tour manager will provide entrance tickets to the Museum of the History of Jerusalem in the Old City—definitely worth a visit. Overnight in Jerusalem. (B)

Sunday: En Route

Transfer to the Airport for your international departure flight. Enjoy our Express Check-in Service.


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Tel Aviv Herods (EBL) Sheraton (DSV) Carlton (P-E) Carlton (P-E) Sheraton (DSV) David Kempinski (DSV) Dan (DCL) Dan (E)
Haifa (Dlx, Bayview) Dan Carmel Dan Carmel Dan Carmel Dan Carmel Dan Carmel Dan Carmel Dan Carmel Dan Carmel (E)
Jerusalem Dan Panorama (D-E) Inbal (DRPV) Inbal (DRPV)        Orient (OE) David Citadel ■ David Citadel ■ King David ▲ King David (DOC)
2022 Departure Dates Twin Single Twin Single Twin Single Twin Single Twin Single Twin Single Twin Single Twin Single
May 9   $5330   $7305   $5440 $7560 $5560 $7825 $5615 $7940 $5715 $8175 $6555 $9885 $6770 $10195 $7610 $11820
May 16 5365 7385 5475 7635 5735 8185 5795 8300 5835 8435 6675 10140 7040 10720 7940 12475
May 23, 30* 5365 7385 5715 8115 5940 8590 5835 8390 5875 8505 6675 10140 7040 10720 7940 12475
Jun 6, 13, 20 5365 7385 5840 8365 6055 8825 5835 8390 5885 8525 6675 10140 7040 10720 7940 12475
Jun 27 5230 7105 5525 7730 5735 8185 5735 8185 5885 8525 6640 10070 6445 9520 7270 11140
Jul 11, 25, Aug 15, 22, 29, Sep 5, 12 5255 7155 5525 7730 5735 8185 5735 8185 5685 8110 6385 9545 6345 9280 7170 10930
Oct 17, 24 5365 7385 5725 8135 5940 8590 5835 8390 5885 8525 6585 9960 7040 10720 7940 12475
Oct 31 5365 7385 5725 8135 5940 8590 5835 8390 5625 7995 6325 9425 7040 10720 7940 12475
Nov 7 5365 7385 5725 8135 5940 8590 5835 8390 5625 7995 6325 9425 6145 8935 6965 10535
Nov 14 5255 7155 5435 7555 5650 8010 5835 8390 5625 7995 6325 9425 6145 8935 6965 10535
Nov 28 4990 6635 5300 7250 5575 7860 5660 8035 5490 7690 6090 8945 5895 8380 6725 10040
Dec 12 5120 6885 5545 7735 5820 8345 5860 8435 5790 8305 6275 9340 6435 9455 7305 11205
Dec 19 5310 7270 5705 8060 5980 8670 5995 8700 5860 8455 6350 9495 6795 10170 7695 11980
Dec 26 4990 6635 5300 7250 5575 7860 5660 8035 5490 7690 6345 9460 5895 8380 6725 10040
2023 Departure Dates
Feb 27, Mar 6, 13, 20 5255 7155 5525 7730 5735 8185 5835 8390 5685 8110 6260 9300 6345 9280 7170 10930
Apr 17* 5365 7385 5840 8365 6055 8825 5835 8390 5885 8525 6675 10140 6870 10320 7770 12130
May 1 5365 7385 5725 8135 5940 8590 5835 8390 5885 8525 6675 10140 7040 10720 7940 12475
May 8, 15*, 22* RATES TO BE ADVISED

Tel Aviv:       (EBL) Exec. Sea View Room/Business Lounge Access   (DSV) Deluxe Sea View Room    (P-E) Premium Sea View Room/Exec. Lounge Access

                     (DCL) Deluxe Room, City Side/King David Crown Lounge Access    (E) Executive Sea View Room/Exec. Lounge Access 

Jerusalem:  (D-E) Deluxe Room/Exec. Lounge Access   (DRPV) Deluxe Renovated Pool View Room   (OE) Orient Room/Exec. Lounge Access  (DOC) Deluxe Old City View Room

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     UPGRADES IN JERUSALEM (Per Room, Total Stay):

■ David Citadel: Upgrade from Superior Room to Deluxe Pool View/Partial Old City View Room $335

▲King David: On Opal Plan, upgrade from Standard Room to Deluxe New City View Room (Floors 1-4) $280

* Revised touring due to holiday.   Please inquire for Special rates for child or adult as third in room.


Tour is guaranteed on a minimum of 4 passengers. Should the tour fall below 4 passengers, you’ll be offered the option of touring by Share-a-car at a supplement of $495 per person (3 persons minimum).





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