Highlights of the Jewish State – Past to the Future
Our Highlights Jewish journey trip for opening a window to the country’s history – past and present, as well as its people and diverse cultures. With a professional guide, We leave Tel-Aviv and travel up the Mediterranean coast, on the way we pass Herzilya and Natanya before reaching our first point of interest Caesarea city. we continue to Zichron Yaakov and Haifa. Explore Northern Israel Galilee, Tiberias, Safed and Golan Heights. explore the iconic sites of Jerusalem’s Old City, Jewish Quarter, Western Wall (Ha Kotel), Yad Vashem, option ride the cable car to the fortress of Masada and float at the lowest place on earth – the Dead Sea.
When you arrive at Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv, you will be greeted by a representative following passport control. They will help you as you collect your luggage and are transported to the hotel.
Overnight: Tel Aviv
The beach may be the major tourist attraction, but Tel Aviv has more points of interest than its famous strip of sand. “The City That Never Sleeps” All over the city, flowers blossom, new restaurants open, and there’s always a party going on somewhere. this is a 24 hour city with a unique pulse, combining sandy Mediterranean beaches with a world-class nightlife, a buzzing cultural scene, attractions and museums, shopping children’s activities, incredible food, UNESCO recognized architecture, and an international outlook.
Overnight: Tel Aviv
After taking your breakfast, confirm your check out from the hotel and start the journey towards Rehovot. Weizmann Institute is our first stop destination. The stated institution is a renowned place that has played a crucial role in developing various state’s activities. While at Weizmann, we will get to see the state-of-art technology used at the facility. We will also see the mansion house of Haim Weizmann, the first president of Israel.
Later we will visit the Caesarea, the historic Mediterranean port that the Great King Herod built over 2000 years ago. At Caesarea, we will also learn and understand the roles that Jewish’ History play in every aspect of our life.
After leaving Caesarea, we will still keep our trip along the Mediterranean coast, moving to Atlit Detainee Camp, Mount Carmel, and Haifa, and finally have a stop at Louis promenade. Atlit Detainee Camp reveals the Jewish Immigrants’ struggles in a detention center built by the British Mandate authorities in the 1930s. Both Mount Carmel and Haifa make the major ports in the city of Israel, while the Louis Promenade offers stunning views of the gorgeous Baha’i Gardens and Haifa Bay.
The day will start at Haifa’s hotel, and after taking Israel’s breakfast, the journey towards Tzfat and Galilee will begin. We will traverse through mountains, valleys, and ranges from west to east until Galilee’s arrival. As we drive along the Safed (Tzfat), we will have the privileges of visiting the ancient sections and hearing the histories behind Kabbalists and their synagogues. Tzfat tour ends at popular artist’s colony.
The next destination is Rosh Pina, owned by the Ultra-orthodox Jews who founded it in 1878, intending to become farmers in collaboration with Baron Edmund de Rothschild. The Rosh Pina is the oldest colony in Israel whose structures tend to represent modern-day towns with art galleries, exceptional restaurants, and cafes.
To end-up the day successfully, we will visit Hula Valley in the afternoon hours. The tour is intended to entertain the people who love nature adorned with birds and ornithology.
Overnight: Kibbutz Hotel
This particular touring day offers you unlimited opportunities to survey Israel’s north through the Tel Faher. The Tel Faher, famously known as the Golani Lookout site, where intense fights of the Six-Day War took place. Golan Heights, Syria, and Mount Hermon’s panoramic views are available at the beautiful spot knows as Mount Bental.
Visit Golan Magic, an entertaining 3-D multi-media adventure viewed on a 180-degree screen. After the film, walk through a giant model of the Golan Heights, the largest of its kind in the world, accompanied by special narration, sound and light effects.
The Golan Olive Mill is also another great destination that is uniquely designed to guide and explain the production process of olive oil. Ultimately, the touring day will end at Golan Height Winery for wine tasting and get some up close on the wine production process. The remaining part of the day will be relaxation moments in Kibbutz’s pastoral surroundings.
The fascinating afternoon options to crown the day are hiking, kayaks, biking, and rappelling. The evening options include the lantern tour to Nimrod Fortress and Valley of Lost River.
Overnight: Kibbutz Hotel
On leaving the Kibbutz Hotel for a touring day, our first destination is Tel Hai Museum. The memorial site was wholesomely dedicated as the battleground for the fight lead by Joseph Trumpeldor in 1920. Joseph is a renowned hero who fought hard for his nationality.
Later we will be descending to Galilee’s Shore, also called Lake Kinneret, to visit Tiberias. That is a spiritual city that was marked to be of full use during Talmudic and Mishna moments. While will at Jordan Valley, we will move to Naharayim Experience at Gesher. The spot is nicknamed a “start-up” because of its unusual lights and sounds that demonstrate more about the dam system, which is awesomely married with the colors and sounds of the running water.
The drive to the city of Jerusalem along the stunning Jordan Valley landscape will involve a stop at Mt. Scopus. Mount Scopus offers magnificent views of the iconic city. It also gives an insight into the brief explanation needed to learn more about the past and the future of Jerusalem.
A tour to Jerusalem’s Old City involves a walk through along the walled city, which has several gates. In the end, we will be at the restored Western Wall, Colorful bazaars, Jewish Quarter and Cardo. We will also see the City of David and get to walk through it for some virtual reality. The recent Southern Wall and Archaeological Garden make a gateway to the Holy Temple.
Bar Mitzvah celebrations are usually held on Thursday at Western Wall. During the walk times, we will interact with some and wish them MAZAL TOV wishes.
Here we will visit the graveyard of retired Israel’s prime ministers. Mount Herzl has a military cemetery for the soldiers who died along the line of duty. Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial is a museum surrounded by the valley communities. Israel’s Parliament building in Knesset is another destination; we will take a tour and visit the renowned Menorah and Israel’s Supreme Court.
Israel Museum has many historical books and a spectacular display of the Dead Sea Scrolls. Then continue to Mahane Yehuda Market to test unique cultural cuisine from the local groups. We will get through the Western Wall and take part in services by Kabbalat Shabbat.
This is a good day to spend endless activities in Jerusalem. You can take an optional tour to either the Dead Sea or Masada (Extra charge). The evening options include immersing yourself in the dazzling light and the sounds of the show held at David’s Tower. The show is recommended to help in depicting the various histories of Jerusalem. (Duration: Around one hour – subject to fee).
Check out of the hotel following breakfast.
Transfer to Ben Gurion Airport for the flight home.
Goodbye to Israel! Hope to see you again on your next visit.
We use a variety of hotels in each destination, so you may stay in a hotel different to that listed here. Hotels are selected closer to departure date; you will receive a confirmed list prior to your departure date.
First Class: Metropolitan / Grand Beach Or Similar
Superuir Class: Crowne Plaza / Dan Panorama Or Similar
Deluxe A Class: Carlton / Sheraton Or Similar
Deluxe B Class: Dan / Sheraton Or Similar
First Class: Dan Panorama Or Similar
Superuir Class: Dan Panorama Or Similar
Deluxe A Class: Dan Carmel Or Similar
Deluxe B Class: Dan Carmel Or Similar
First Class: Hagoshrim Or Similar
Superuir Class: Hagoshrim Or Similar
Deluxe A Class: Hagoshrim Boutique Or Similar
Deluxe B Class: Hagoshrim Boutique Or Similar
First Class: Dan Boutique / Prima Royale Or Similar
Superuir Class: Dan Panorama / Crowne Plaza Or Similar
Deluxe A Class: Mamilla / David Citadel Or Similar
Deluxe B Class: King David Or Similar
Dates & Prices
Prices shown are per person in USD ($), Based on double occupancy. Get in touch with our expert team for a quote based on Single Traveler, Triple, Children, Special group discounts, or to tailor this itinerary.
|Start Date / End Date||First Class||Superior Class||Deluxe A||Deluxe B|
|12/11/2021 – 21/11/2021||$2,140||$2,450||$3,280||$3,500|
|26/11/2021 – 05/12/2021||$2,140||$2,450||$3,280||$3,500|
|10/12/2021 – 19/12/2021||$2,140||$2,450||$3,280||$3,500|
|07/01/2022 – 16/01/2022||$2,140||$2,450||$3,280||$3,500|
|04/02/2022 – 13/02/2022||$2,140||$2,450||$3,280||$3,500|
|11/02/2022 – 20/02/2022||$2,140||$2,450||$3,280||$3,500|
|18/02/2022 – 27/02/2022||$2,140||$2,450||$3,280||$3,500|
- 9 nights accommodation on bed & breakfast basis
- 2 dinners in the Galilee
- All entrance fees & attractions as per tour itinerary
- Welcome & Assist at Ben Gurion Airport
- Arrival & Departure Airport Transfers
- Transportation in modern air-conditioned vehicles
- Hand-picked expert tour guide
- Porterage at airport
- Tipping for guide, driver and hotel staff
- Beverages with meals
- Traveler’s medical/baggage insurance
- Any item, product or service not specifically listed under “Inclusions”
- Pre & Post Tour Accommodation
- Day Tour to Masada and the Dead Sea
- The sequence of the tour, hotels used and sites visited may be amended due to circumstances
- Passengers should arrange their own travel, luggage and health insurance
- Click Tours Israel will not be responsible for any loss, damage or injury
- Tours are conducted in English only
- Booking is subject to terms and conditions
Why Click Tours?
- Quality tours led by expert tour leaders
- Hassle-free & seamless travel experience
- Quality & value for your money
- Friendly Customer Service & Your Own Travel Advisor
- Flexible tour options
- Wide Range of Services