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Jerusalem and Dead Sea Tour from Tel Aviv

  • Stay cool and comfortable in a climate-controlled coach
  • Combination tour makes the most of your travel time

  • Included entrance fees mean no extra costs upon arrival
Jerusalem and Dead Sea Tour from Tel Aviv
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Combine ancient history with a desert landscape on a tour from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem and the Dead Sea. Visiting Mount Zion, the Old City, Western Wall, and Via Dolorosa, you’ll cover key Jerusalem highlights with a climate-controlled coach to whisk you between sites. Since a morning of sightseeing means plenty of time on your feet, finishing the day at the Dead Sea is a spectacular way to recharge.
What to Expect
Your tour begins with a drive to the Mount of Olives, which offers stunning views of the Holy City. Onward you will continue on to Mount Zion, the site of King David’s Tomb, the Hall of the Last Supper, and the Church of Dormition. Upon arrival in the city itself, you will explore some of Jerusalem’s most famous sites. You will walk along the Cardo, a restored road that dates back to Roman times. You will then visit the world-renowned Wailing Wall (Kotel), one of the city’s most sacred sites.

Afterwards, follow in Christ’s footsteps along the Via Dolorosa, the route he took on his way to being crucified, culminating at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Leaving Jerusalem behind, you will be driven through the Judean Desert en route to the Dead Sea. The lowest point on earth, the Dead Sea is known for its therapeutic powers. Finally, visit one of the health resorts located on its shore, bathing in mineral-rich mud, before floating upon the salt-laden waters of the sea itself.
Reviews (16)
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Awesome experience

Rent A Guide - the tour was in depth and our guide was knowledgeable of the sites and history..even in the crazy traffic of both cities he knew his way around...hopefully you are lucky and have a small group :-) bring water, fruits and snacks...More

Thank Danny R
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
How does a Tel Aviv Originating Tour end up making 2 Stops in Jerusalem?!?!

My tour was on Saturday September 22. I wanted to see Masada and the Dead Sea and my hotel quickly booked this tour for me. I went with the “Business Class” option as it was a bus that seated only 19 passengers. Less crowded. It...More

Thank MiamiEpicurist
Reviewed 14 September 2018 via mobile
Great guide & trip

Great company to use to see the sights. We had considered doing it ourselves traveling by bus but I’m so glad we chose to use this company our guide Meni Tzabari was extremely knowledgable and good company also showing us all the sights along the...More

1  Thank Steph-lou43
Reviewed 6 August 2018 via mobile
Ask for Yassi and you won't go wrong.

Spent the day on a tour with 15 others of the old town of Jerusalem and the dead sea. Yassi the guide is full of knowledge and really brought the whole trip to life for me. He took us through all the stations of the...More

Thank Kiteman_ie
Reviewed 24 July 2018
Fascinating Trip!

My sister and I were able to take the Jerusalem and Dead Sea Tour with Loren. We had a great day! Loren was so good to explain all the sites and made the day enjoyable with his clever personality. He was able to answer all...More

Thank Heidi B
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