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Pick up/Drop off Location

Ben Gurion Airport

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Price Includes

  • Transfer from Airport to Hotel and back
  • Accommodation in 3 * hotel
  • Food: breakfast + dinner at the hotel
  • Transportation services
  • Excursion services

Price Excludes

  • Airticket
  • Medical insurance
  • Optional program visit payments
  • Tips for the driver - $ 4 per person per day
  • Tips guide - $ 4 per person per day


Group of 20+ people with Double room occupancy $790
Group of 20+ people with Tripple room occupancy $760
  • Indicated Prices are for Each Person.
  • In Case of Tour Package Changes, Extra Charges will Apply.

Day 1  Arrival

Arrival at Ben Gurion Airport. Meeting with a company representative.
Moving to Jerusalem. Hotel Accommodation.
Dinner and overnight in Jerusalem.

Day 2  Jerusalem – the Old City

Mount Zion. Tomb of the King and the prophet David. Gornitsa of Mystery Night. Here on the day of Pentecost was the descent of the Holy Spirit on the Apostles. Armenian Monastery of the Holy Angels (the house of the high priest Anne). Ancient Armenian Cemetery. Visit the Armenian quarter. Armenian patriarchy. Cathedral of Saint Jacob. Wall of Tears.
Bethesda. Sheep’s font where the Savior healed the paralytic. Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary in the place of the house of Saint Joachim and Anna, the place of the Nativity of the Virgin.
Way of the Cross Via Dolorosa (Road of Sorrow) – the path that the Savior walked to the place of His death on the Cross. Roman Pretoria in the fortress of Anthony – the imposition of the death sentence on the Savior. Chapel of the Flagellation. Meeting place with the Virgin.
Temple of the Holy Sepulcher. The worship of the Holy Sepulcher. Calvary. Stone of Confirmation. Place of gaining the life-giving Cross. Armenian borders in the Temple of the Holy Sepulcher.
Dinner and overnight in hotel in Jerusalem

Day 3 Bethlehem. Mount of Oilseed in Jerusalem

Bethlehem. The Church of the Nativity of Christ at the place of birth of the Savior: The Cave of the Nativity, the cave of the murdered Bethlehem babies, the cave of St. Blessed Jerome, the miraculous icon of the Mother of God “Bethlehem”. The Bethlehem Field where Ruth met Boaz. Here the childhood and youth of King David passed, and he was anointed for the reign of the prophet Samuel. The Church of the Shepherds is an underground church, set up in a cave, where angels appeared to the three shepherds on Christmas Eve announcing the birth of the Savior to the world.
Armenian monastery in Bethlehem.
Panorama of Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives. “Pile” is the place of the Ascension of the Lord. Gethsemane. Assumption Church with the Tomb of the Mother of God. Armenian limit, tombs of Saint Joachim and Anne and Saint Joseph Obruchnik..Gefesmanian Garden. Place of worship for the Chalice. Church of All Nations (Church of the Passion of Christ) – a church built on the site of an ancient Byzantine church in memory of the prayer for the Chalice of the Lord before arrest and suffering on the cross.
Kedron Valley.
Dinner and overnight at the hotel in Jerusalem.

Day 4  The Dead Sea

The Judean Desert is the birthplace of Christianity, from ancient monasteries to modern cities. A unique natural clinic – the Dead Sea, located at 420 m below sea level. Acquaintance with features of the Dead Sea cosmetics. Sales consultants will help to purchase cosmetics. Rest and swimming at the Dead Sea.
Option: a visit to the fortress of Masada (with a lift on the funicular) – $20/person.
The symbol of the heroism of the Jewish people in the period of the Roman conquest of Judea. The fortress built by King Herod, whose defenders in the struggle against the Romans, preferred death to defeat.
Dinner and overnight at the hotel in Jerusalem.

Day 5  Tel Aviv- Jaffa

Old Jaffa (Joppa), where, according to legend, Noah built his arch and Perseus freed Andromeda. Walking along the streets that remember both Alexander of Macedon, and Richard the Lion-heart, and Napoleon. Church of Saint Peter. Visit to the Armenian monastery in Jaffa. Visit the church of Saint Nicholas (Armenian possession). Simon Kozhevnik’s house (Peter’s house) in the possession of an Armenian family.
Tel Aviv is a cultural and tourist center of Israel. Diamond Exchange, one of the largest in the world. “From diamond to diamond” is a private museum, opened in memory of Baron Oppenheimer, the founder of De Beers. Visiting the exhibition hall, where sales assistants will help you to purchase jewelry from world famous Israeli jewelers.
Afternoon – vacation at sea.
Dinner and overnight in a hotel in Tel Aviv.

Day 6  Christian Galilee

Nazareth: Church of the Archangel Gabriel at the Source of the Virgin Mary. The Church of the Annunciation above the house where the Holy Family lived. Cana of Galilee. Church in honor of the first miracle of turning water into wine at the marriage feast.
Sea of ​​Galilee. On its shores, the Lord chose his disciples from among the fishermen, called them to the apostolic ministry. Here He preached, performed many miracles, and appeared to the apostles after His Resurrection. Mount of Beatitudes – the place of proclamation of the Sermon on the Mount. Tabga is the place of the wonderful multiplication of bread and fish. Jordan River – ablution in the sacred waters. Before all the rivers of the earth, the great Jordan was elected. The sins of all mankind were washed in his waters. Here our Lord Jesus Christ began the saving ordinance of baptism and from here began His ministry.
Dinner and overnight in a hotel in Tel Aviv.

Day 7  Free day

Rest on the sea or optional excursions. Dinner and overnight in a hotel in Tel Aviv.

Day 8  Departure

Departure to the airport.


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