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Jerusalem and the Dead Sea from Eilat
The Kotel - Jerusalem private tour

I offer you the chance to travel overland and air-conditioned through the Arava Valley to the Dead Sea, where you will have a chance to experience the lowest place on earth.

Relax on the beach, apply some Dead Sea mud - famous for its therapeutic qualities - or just float in the sea at the lowest place on Earth. Continuing the day traveling to Jerusalem and beginning with a panoramic view from the Mount of Olives overlooking the walls of the old 

city and the ancient Jewish cemetery.Visit the Church of All Nations which was once called “The Basilica of the Agony” or see the Garden of Gethsemane. Proceed to Mount Zion to see the tomb of King David and the nearby Room of the Last Supper. We will enter the Old City and begin exploring the wondrous treasures of Jerusalem. Walk through the Roman Cardo, one of two main streets from the Roman-Byzantine time. View the Temple Mount and visit the Western Wall (Wailing Wall) where Jews from around the world turn their eyes to.

Believers can leave notes and prayers in the cracks between the stones of the wall.

Walk along the Via Dolorosa (Latin: ‘way of sorrow’), the traditional pilgrimage route in Jerusalem commemorating Jesus’ journey carrying the cross to Golgotha. Continue to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher the holiest Christian site in Jerusalem and Israel.

No visit to Jerusalem is complete without a walk through the bustling Arab bazaar “Souk” interesting and full of life and color.

Walk out of the old city back to the vehicle and start our journey to Eilat.

On this tour, we will have lunch in the old city – (not included)


Price Includes:
Licensed van and English speaking tour guide.


Price does not include:
Entrance fees,

Food & Beverage.

Personal expenses.

At the church of the holy sepulchre
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