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Jewish Heritage Tour in Israel

10 Days Jewish Heritage Trip

waiting for the flight

This group tour Jewish Tours in Israel is tailored around Jewish heritage. On this trip our guests will

get to travel throughout Israel and explore different Jewish iconic sites while enjoying a dedicated tour guide, fun, and history.

Our Jewish Tours in Israel is a group tour which is perfect for travelers who wish to get the most out of their Israel vacation.

Be sure to reserve your place on this Jewish Tours in Israel. Contact us for available rates and dates:

Full Jewish Group Trip Itinerary:

jewish-routesFirst Day – (B/D)

Arrival at Ben Gurion International airport in the afternoon.

We provide our guests with baggage handlers and VIP Airport service.

According to your time of arrival we may visit: Bait Shearim, Megiddo or Sephoris.

Then our group tour takes us to Maimonides’ Tomb.

We will make our way towards our hotel.

Enjoy a welcome dinner.

Night’s lodging at the Sea of Galilee.

Second Day – (B/D)

golan-heightsWe start the day’s tour at Capernaum.

Then we drive up to visit Gamla in the Golan Heights.

We take a panoramic lookout over Syria from Mt. Bental.

We continue to explore via a scenic drive the Druze town.

Then we return to our hotel for an overnight stay.


top-tours3Third Day – (B/D)

The morning starts with a drive to Sefad (Tsfat) one of the most known Kabbalah cities in Israel.

We take a tour of the old city of Sefad where we will enjoy the numerous artist galleries, visit the Ha’ari Synagogue, visit the Joseph Caro synagogue and have free time to tour around in the shops and galleries.

Then we’re off to visit Acre.

In Acre our tourists will get a firsthand look at Crusader city of Acre and see the Knight’s Halls, the British Prison, and the amazing port.

We will stop for lunch at Acre.

Then our tour brings us to the Bahai Gardens in Haifa. We will see the beautiful Bahai temple and amazing gardens.

Night’s lodging in Haifa.

Fourth Day – (B/D)culinary-tours

Starting our fourth day we will visit the Atlit Detention Center and enjoy a multimedia show teaching about how the Ma’apalim detained culinary toursthere.

Then we continue to visit Caesarea. Here guests will see the Pratorium, the Aqueduct, the Hypodrome, and the Theatre. All our guests will also enjoy the wonderful port of Caesarea.

We proceed with travelling to Jerusalem.

In Jerusalem we will visit: Nebi Samuel (for an amazing lookout over Jerusalem) or we have the option to visit Mahane Yehuda Market (one of the most popular food markets in Israel).

We travel to our hotels for check-in.

Night’s lodging at Jerusalem with dinner

Fifth Day – (B/L)

Our morning starts with us enjoying Shabbat services at the Great Synagogue.

Then it’s lunch – either at hotel or other venue (lunch is not included in our Jewish Tours in Israel).

We commence the afternoon portion of our tour with a walk through the Old City of Jerusalem. This part of the trip takes us through: the Church of The Holy Sepulcher, the Western Wall, Jaffa Gate, various Old City markets, and the Christian Quarter.

Next the group can return to the hotel or keep on exploring the Old City on your own.

Have dinner at the hotel.

After dinner a night tour of Jerusalem will commence. Seeing the city by night is a beautiful experience where our guests will get to see: the Knesset by night, the Hebrew University, Montefiore’s Windmill at Yemin Moshe, the German Colony, and a breathtaking lookout over the Old City.

Night’s lodging – Jerusalem.

Sixth Day – (B/D)

Our morning tour takes us to Yad VaShem Holocaust Memorial.

Then it’s off to Mt. Zion for a visit of David’s Tomb.

We stop for lunch at the Jewish Quarter.

Our tour proceeds with an exploration of the Jewish Quarter where visitors will get to see the highlights of the quarter including places such as: 4 Sephardic Synagogues, the Cardo, and the Broad Wall.

We continue to the Southern Wall Excavations. Here we will also enjoy a 3D virtual model.

Then we will tour the Western Wall Tunnels.

Return to our hotel in Jerusalem for the night

Seventh Day – (B/D)

It’s a beautiful morning to visit Masada. Out tour takes us to this desert capital of old, where group members will have the choice to either hike up or take a cable car up and down.

Optional part of tour – To either visit the Ein Gedi Synagogue or to take a hike via Nahal Ein Gedi to the lower waterfall.

Then we will visit Qumran – the place where the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered.

Our tour then proceeds to the Dead Sea. Here guests will enjoy bathing and floating on the salty waters for the duration of the afternoon.

Return drive to Jerusalem for overnight.

Eight Day – (B/D)

Starting this part of our tour is a visit to Mea Shearim – the orthodox neighborhood of Jerusalem. We will learn about the special lifestyle of the strictest in Jewish religious communities.

Next, our trip takes us to the Israel Museum. Here we will explore numerous wonders and treasures of Israel, including the Shrine of the book, and even get to see where the Dead Sea Scrolls are kept.

We progress by driving to Tal Aviv.

Arrival at our hotel and check-in.

Then the group will be encouraged to explore Tel Aviv and it’s beautiful sea side view of the Mediterranean sea.

We continue by having dinner at Jaffa.

Night’s lodging at Tel Aviv.

Ninth Day – (B/D)

We begin our morning with a trip to Ashdod to have lunch.

Then we will visit Yavne – the former city which served as the seat of the Sanhedrin.

Our tour takes us to The Weizmann Institute in Rehoboth.

Then it’s time for some history and adventure as we visit the Ayallon Institute (in pre state dates this facility served as a secret weapons manufacturing location).

The group will enjoy dinner out on your own.

Night’s lodging at Tel Aviv.

Tenth Day – (B/D)

Our morning starts with an optional walking tour of Tel Aviv. We strongly encourage guests to come along to get a true feel of the city of Tel Aviv and experience it like a native. On this part of the tour we will visit: Nave Tsedek, Trumpledore Street and Cemetery, Nachalet Benyamin, and Bialik Street.

Then it’s back to the hotel for check-out.

Our tour then proceeds to Independence Hall – home of the declaration of Independence for the State of Israel and where the document was signed.

We then go to Rabin’s Square.

Then we can choose from either visiting the Yithak Rabin Center or the Palmach Interactive Museum.

We end the tour with a farewell dinner in Tel Aviv.

Around 9pm – transfer to Airport.