This route can be interesting to lovers of history. Visit the sacred towns and beautiful nooks of nature, as well as enjoy the swim in the Dead Sea.
Arrive to Jerusalem and enjoy free evening strolling on the city streets. On the next day have the city excursion guided by both, the Israeli and the Palestinian guide, helping to understand the diverse cultural, religion and political aspect in the country. Visit to the main tourism objects - the Temple Mount, the Dome of the Rock, and the Al Aqsa Mosque. Continue with the Western Wall and the walk through the Stations of the Cross to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Visit the Mount of Olives with the panoramic view to the old city, the Garden of Gethsemane, and the Church of All Nations. Then visit to the Yad Vashem Memorial and the museum, view the Dead Sea Scrolls and the archaeological exhibitions.
Continue with the visit of Manger Square and the Church of the Nativity. Attend the nearby Palestinian refugee camp and enjoy the cooking lesson in the local family and the lunch. Visit to the Herodion fortress built by Herod the Great, the site of Masada, stop by the Herod’s Palace, the Bathhouse, and the Synagogue. Then travel to the Qumran, the site where a Bedouin shepherd found the Dead Sea Scrolls that are one of the most notable archeologic findings of the 20th century. You can have a swim in the Dead Sea, try the mud baths before hit the road through the Jordan Valley to the Sea of Galilee and spend two nights there. Visit the Mount of Beatitudes for gorgeous views of the Sea of Galilee and visit the church built atop the hill where it is believed Jesus delivered his Sermon on the Mount speech. Continue with the historic village of Capernaum. After visiting the region of Tiberias travel through Haifa to the Caesarea Maritima Park to see the ruins of Herod’s harbor city. Go on through Jaffa and arrive to Tel-Aviv in the final part of the tour and have one planned overnight stay in the city.