6 Days / 5 Nights
Welcome to IMAD Travel’s customized Jerusalem tour package! Our package provides travelers with the perfect experience of this amazing city. All of our services are carefully crafted to guarantee you an incredible journey in one of the oldest cities in the world. From quality accommodations and transportation services to exquisite itineraries, we have everything you need for a memorable stay. With us, you can be certain that you’ll make the most out of your time in Jerusalem.
You will visit sites such as the Western Wall, where millions of people offer prayers each year on their pilgrimage; Mount Zion and its magnificent view of the entire area; and Church of All Nations where Jesus prayed before his crucifixion. This incredible tour also takes you through some of Jerusalem’s most iconic streets and markets, giving you an authentic taste of local culture.
The Mount of Olives is one of the most important religious sites in Israel and a must-see for any visitor to Jerusalem. IMAD Travel offers an unbeatable Jerusalem tour package that takes you to the majestic heights of the Mount of Olives, giving you a chance to witness its incredible beauty and religious significance.
For over three thousand years, pilgrims have made their way here to enjoy its breathtaking views over the Old City and Temple Mount, while also being able to contemplate at places like The Garden Of Gethsemane where Jesus prayed in his final hours. With IMAD Travel’s Jerusalem tour package, you will be able to experience all this as well as visit historical churches such as Dominus Flevit Church which commemorate important Bible stories from Jesus’ time in Jerusalem.
Visiting the Israel Museum is one of the most enriching experiences a traveler can have. Situated in Jerusalem, it is one of the city’s iconic landmarks, and an unmissable attraction when taking a tour package from IMAD Travel.
The museum encompasses a world-renowned collection of Judaica, Jewish religious artifacts and archaeological finds from throughout Israel’s history. With this range of objects on display, visitors are sure to be inspired by their encounter with ancient civilizations and traditions from across time. The size of the collections means there will always be something new to discover – whether it’s an ancient coin or a rare book – making each visit to the museum unique.
IMAD Travel offers a unique and comprehensive experience with their guide to the historical sites of Jerusalem. From the Knesset, Israel’s parliament housed in a modern building with its own garden, to Mt. Herzl, Israel’s national cemetery and Yad Vashem – Israel’s Holocaust memorial – this is the perfect way to see all of the main attractions of Jerusalem.
The tour will begin at Knesset Plaza where visitors can view Jerusalem from a different perspective. Tour-goers can explore various historical artifacts and enjoy an audio-visual experience exploring life in Israeli politics before moving on to Mt. Herzl which is home to many Israeli political figures as well as soldiers who have died in war or terrorist attacks.
Qumran is a site in the Judean Desert situated at the northwest corner of the Dead Sea, and it is known for its role in many aspects of religious history. Visitors can explore Qumran as part of their Jerusalem tour package from IMAD Travel.
The site consists of a number of caves and ruins, all connected to the Essene sect, which inhabited Qumran during the late Second Temple period (150-68 BCE). The most famous discovery made here was that of thousands of ancient scrolls in 11 caves, including a copy of every book from Hebrew Bible (minus Esther), also known as Dead Sea Scrolls. In addition to these artifacts, visitors can see an aqueduct system and large earthenware jars used to store water by this ascetic sect.
The Dead Sea is an incredible yet mysterious body of water located in the Jordan Valley between Israel and Jordan. This modern-day wonder allows visitors to experience some of the most unique features on earth: floating in its salty waters, covering oneself in therapeutic mineral-rich mud, and admiring the otherworldly landscapes. With IMAD Travel, it’s never been easier to explore this captivating destination with our Jerusalem tour package.
IMAD Travel specializes in creating customized packages for travelers who want to explore this incredible destination. Our Jerusalem Tour Package offers quality accommodations, reliable transportation services and carefully crafted itineraries that enable travelers to maximize their time in the city.
We understand that each traveler has different needs and preferences; therefore, our team of travel experts will work with you to design an ideal package that fits your individual requirements. We provide tours with guide services so you can take the hassle out of planning your trip while still making sure that you get to experience all the best sites and attractions in Jerusalem. We also offer specialized experiences such as religious tours which are designed specifically for those seeking a more spiritual journey into this ancient city.
* This site is under the jurisdiction of the Palestinian Authority. Visits are contingent on the circumstances.
** The visit is subject to the weather.
*** The programmed sequence is subject to change at any time without notice.
Arrival at Ben Gurion Airport, where you will be welcomed and taken to your hotel by a Diesenhaus Unitours employee.
In Jerusalem, stay overnight
Begin your day with a breathtaking panoramic view from Jerusalem's Mount of Olives. Drive to the Old City and see King David's Tomb and the Room of the Last Supper on Mt. Zion. Enter the fortified city and stroll around the recently rebuilt Jewish quarter. Pay a visit to the Roman Cardo and the Herodian.
Continue to the Western Wall from the Quarter. Take the Via Dolorosa to the Church of Holy Cross Sepulcher. Continue to Bethlehem*, where you may see Rachel's Tomb and see the Church of the Nativity Manger's Square Jerusalem over night.
Visit the Israel Museum's Shrine of the Book, which houses the Dead Sea scrolls; view the miniature model of Jerusalem as it was during the Second Temple era; and take a tour of Israel's parliament, the Knesset. Continue to Yad Vashem, Israel's national Holocaust monument, and Mount Herzl Cemetery.
Learn about the locals' distinctive lifestyle as you drive through Mea Shearim, Jerusalem's ultra-orthodox district. Enjoy a Middle Eastern supper followed by the Tower of David Museum's Night Spectacular "Sound and Light" show** in the evening
Drive across the Judaean Desert to the Dead Sea, which is about 1300 feet (400 metres) below sea level and the lowest place on the planet. Visit the spot where the Dead Sea scrolls were discovered in Qumran. Masada may be reached by driving along the Dead Sea's coastline. Tour the old castle via cable car and learn about the Zealots' last struggle against the Romans before committing mass suicide in 73 AD. Take the cable car down.
Continue to the Dead Sea, where you may cover yourself in mineral-rich mud and swim in the Dead Sea**, which many people think has healing properties.
Overnight in Jerusalem at your leisure.
Transfer to Ben Gurion Airport for departure after breakfast.
Israel's official languages are Hebrew (sometimes known as Israeli) and Arabic.
The English language is widely spoken in the country. However, you should not expect that every person you approach will be able to communicate in the language.
The Israeli new shekel is the country's official currency. Visa and Mastercard are frequently accepted. In Israel, ATMs are ubiquitous, dispensing local cash.
The best time to visit Israel is between April and May, or between October and November, when the weather is mild and not too hot across the nation.
Israel, which is rich in culture and history, can be a fantastic learning experience for the entire family. There is something for everyone, whether it is visiting the Old City of Jerusalem or relaxing in the Dead Sea. The phrase "a fast-paced country with a laid-back mindset" sums it up perfectly.