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There are thousands of things to do and see in Israel. All of our tours are custom built to the individuals involved, but here are some of the most popular tour sites.
Ascend the wilderness mountain fortress in a cable car. Walk through the remains of King Herod's palace.
Effortlessly float and enjoy the health benefits of the Dead Sea.
Visit Acre (Akko), a UNESCO World Heritage Site, from the days of the Crusades through contemporary Israel.
Built on Mount Carmel, Haifa is home to the Cave of Elijah, a host of museums, and the Baha'i Gardens, located on Mount Carmel, is the holiest site of the Baha'i faith.
John the Baptist baptised Jesus in the Jordan, and bore record of Jesus as the Son of God.
See where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found, or take a hike or a dip in the water in the beautiful desert oasis of Ein-Gedi.
The Church of the Annunciation, St Josef's Carpentry Shop and Mt. Precipice.
Built by Herod the Great in honor of Augustus Caesar, Caesaria is the home of the first gentile believer, Cornelius, and Philip the evangelist. Visit the theatre, aqueducts, Hippodrome and more.
Traditional spot of both the crossing of the Iraelites over the Jordan, and of the baptism of Jesus.
Named for the olive trees that used to adorn it, this is the traditional site of Jesus' ascension to heaven.
Site of the Biblical Battle of Mount Tabor, and traditional site of the Transfiguration of Jesus.
Actually, it's the Tower of David in name only. This is actually a citadel build in the second century. Byzantine Christians though the substantial structure was the palace of King David.
One of Judaism's Four Holy Cities, Safed is a center for Kabbalah, and home to many artists and art galleries.
Believed by many Christians to be the site where Jesus was buried and resurrected.
Located at the foot of the Mount of Olives, the Garden of Gethsemane is where Jesus prayed prior to his arrest and crucifixion.
Mt. Zion is home to where Jesus spent his last hours with his disciples in the Room of The Last Supper.
The City of Plam Trees, now under Palestinean control. Site of the Battle of Jericho.
A medieval fortress that stands on a cliff in the Golan Heights.
At the ground floor of a Byzantine church in Mt. Zion, you will find the traditional burial place of King David.
Home to the Ein Gedi Oasis, Kibbutz, and the Ein Gedi Nature Preserve. You'll see plenty of desert wildlife.
Memorial to the six million Jewish victims of the Holocaust, including: The Avenue of the Righteous, the new Historical Museum.
A half-million artifacts in one of the world's largest museums. Includes the Shrine of the Book, where the Dead Sea Scrolls are kept.
Enjoy the sights, smells, colors and tastes.