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Trip To BibIeland Israel Tour Package Monday Arrival: 8 Days / 7 Nights

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8 Days 7 Nights

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English, Hebrew

Are you looking for an extraordinary trip to Israel? IMAD Travel is offering an 8-day, 7-night Israel tour package that will bring visitors to the historical and holy sites of Jerusalem, Bethlehem, and Galilee. This extraordinary adventure will start on Monday with the arrival at Tel Aviv Airport, where one will be welcomed by IMAD Travel’s friendly staff.
The tour package includes visits to some of the most amazing landmarks in Israel, such as the Western Wall, Church of the Nativity, Sea of Galilee, Mount Tabor, and other important religious sites. One also has the privilege of visiting Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial Museum as well as Capernaum, which was Jesus’ base for preaching during his ministry. During this remarkable trip, one can explore many ancient sites in Jerusalem, learn about new cultures, and get to know more about Jewish history like never before!
The Sea of Galilee is the largest freshwater lake in Israel and is located in the northern region of the country. It’s a major tourist destination, and many people add it to their itinerary when they take an Israel tour package from IMAD Travel. The area around the Sea of Galilee is filled with historical sites, such as Capernaum, which was where Jesus gave many teachings; Tabgha, which is known for its Church of Multiplication; and Yardenit, the traditional baptismal site that has been used since Roman times. Visitors can learn more about the history and culture by taking a boat cruise along the lake or hiking along one of its many trails. With its beautiful scenery and religious significance, it’s no surprise why tourists flock to this area when they visit Israel on an IMAD Travel tour package.
Covering the cities of Acre, Haifa and Caesarea, it is the ideal way to discover some of the Jewish state’s most beautiful sites.
Acre has been at the crossroads of history for thousands of years and its ancient walls still stand as silent sentinels to its glorious past. This historic port city boasts impressive sights such as the Old City, Crusader Castle and Bahai Gardens. In nearby Haifa visitors can marvel at one of the world’s most spectacular panoramas while exploring cultural attractions like the Baha’i Shrine & Garden and Hecht Museum. For those who want to journey further back in time, Caesarea is home to ruins from Roman times that provide insight into Jewish life during antiquity.
Traveling to the Holy Land is a unique and inspiring experience that can be life-changing. IMAD Travel offers an Israel Tour Package that includes visits to important Christian pilgrimage sites. The Church of the Annunciation in Nazareth is one of these locations, and it is considered a major holy site for Christianity around the world.
The Church was built on what tradition holds as the site where the Archangel Gabriel appeared before Mary to announce Jesus’ impending birth. This event is known as “The Annunciation”, hence the name of this special church. Many visitors come to this place yearly, from all over the world, making it both significant historically and religiously. When you join IMAD Travel’s Israel tour package you will have a chance to visit this remarkable location along with other sacred places such as Bethlehem, Jericho and Jerusalem for an unforgettable spiritual journey!
Don’t let this opportunity of a lifetime to explore the wonders of Biblical Israel pass you by! Welcome in Monday with a brand-new adventure! Book your 8-day, 7-night tour package today with IMAD Travel and start planning your exciting journey ahead. Act now and make the most out of this once-in-a-lifetime experience!

* The Palestinian Authority has jurisdiction over the site. Visits are contingent on the circumstances.

Please keep in mind that the order of the trip and the locations visited may be changed due to unforeseen circumstances at the discretion of the operator or the guide.

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Highlights

  • Enjoy Ein Karem, a lovely town; and pay a visit to Yad Vashem, located in Jerusalem's Old City.
  • Visit Gethsemane's Garden.
  • Jordan Valley and Beit Shean's new settlements
  • Visit the Church of the Annunciation and other Christian pilgrimage sites.
  • Kabbalah city and Jewish mystic centre
  • Height of Golan
  • The Sea of Galilee is a body of water located in the Galilee region of Israel
  • Acre, Haifa, and Caesarea are all worthwhile destinations.

MONDAY - Day 1 - Ben Gurion Airport / Jerusalem
MONDAY - Day 1 - Ben Gurion Airport / Jerusalem

Meet our agent at the airport and be transferred to your accommodation in Jerusalem. In Jerusalem, spend the night.

TUESDAY - Day 2 - Jerusalem (New City) / Bethlehem*
TUESDAY - Day 2 - Jerusalem (New City) / Bethlehem*

Proceed the day in the Israel Museum's Shrine of the Book, which holds the famed Dead Sea scrolls, followed by a visit to the magnificently reconstructed model of Herodian Jerusalem from the Second Temple period. Enjoy Ein Karem, a lovely village on Jerusalem's southwestern borders.
This little village holds enormous significance in Christian traditions since it is said to be the birthplace of John the Baptist. Visit Yad Vashem, the official monument to Jewish Holocaust victims, which was constructed in 1953 and is located at the foot of Mt. Hertzl.
Visit the Church of the Nativity and Manger Square in Bethlehem, the birthplace of Jesus.
In Jerusalem, spend the night

WEDNESDAY - Day 3 - Jerusalem (Old City)
WEDNESDAY - Day 3 - Jerusalem (Old City)

Enter the Old City of Jerusalem, where you will view the Western Wall and the Temple Mount, the real location of the Second Temple. Take the Via Dolorosa to Calvary and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, which houses both the traditional location of the Crucifixion and the Tomb of the Resurrection. Mount Zion, just outside the Old City to the southwest, contains the supposed grave of King David as well as the Room of the Last Supper.
From atop the Mount of Olives, take in a breathtaking panoramic view of Jerusalem, the sacred city for each of the world's three main religions – Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. Visit the Garden of Gethsemane, the location of Judas' betrayal of Jesus.
Visit Mahane Yehuda, located in the Centre of a neighborhood in central Jerusalem, to experience the flavors, fragrances, colours, and traders' interactions with the public at the largest outdoor market in the city. In Jerusalem, spend the night.

THURSDAY - Day 4 - Beit Shean / Nazareth / Safed
THURSDAY - Day 4 - Beit Shean / Nazareth / Safed

Drive north from Jerusalem, going via Jericho, the world's oldest city. Travel across the Jordan Valley and new towns to Beit Shean, where you can see the excavations of this well preserved Roman city.
Then it's on to Nazareth to see the Church of the Annunciation and other Christian holy places. Visit the picturesque streets of the artists' colony in Safed, the city of the Kabbalah and the centre of Jewish mysticism. Overnight in a Kibbutz hotel in Galilee.

FRIDAY - Day 4 - Golan Heights / Sea of Galilee
FRIDAY - Day 4 - Golan Heights / Sea of Galilee

Drive up to the Golan Heights, going via Banias, the Jordan River's headwaters, historic Syrian defences, and Druze communities. Enjoy a wine country experience in Israel, with vineyards surrounded by stunning scenery.
Enjoy a tour, wine tasting, and a knowledge of the wine production process as you become acquainted with the collection of great and rare wines. Descend to the Sea of Galilee's shore and go to Capernaum to see the remnants of the ancient synagogue, the Mount of Beatitudes, the traditional location of the 'Sermon on the Mount,' and Tabgha, the traditional site of the'miracle of the loaves and fish.'
On to Tiberias, the ancient hub of Jewish scholarship. Optional boat ride across the Sea of Galilee to experience the tranquillity and landscape that hasn't altered much in the last 2000 years (subject to conditions and fee). Stay the night at a Kibbutz hotel.

SATURDAY - Day 5 - Acre / Haifa / Caesarea / Tel Aviv
SATURDAY - Day 5 - Acre / Haifa / Caesarea / Tel Aviv

After breakfast, drive west across the Galilee highlands to Acre (Akko) to see the historic, famed Crusader fortress and mediaeval walls. Continue to Haifa, where you may visit Mount Carmel for a panoramic view of the city, including the Baha'i Shrine, Persian Garden, and Haifa Bay.
Continue down the Mediterranean coast to Caesarea, where you can see the Roman Theater and the Crusader castle, also known as Herod the Great's "masterpiece." Finish the day with a quick tour of Tel Aviv and the old port of Jaffa.In Tel Aviv, spend the night.

SUNDAY - Day 6 - At leisure
SUNDAY - Day 6 - At leisure

Day of leisure in Tel Aviv, with the option of visiting Masada and the Dead Sea. (extra charge) In Tel Aviv, spend the night.

MONDAY - Day 7 - Tel Aviv / Ben Gurion Airport
MONDAY - Day 7 - Tel Aviv / Ben Gurion Airport

Breakfast and transfer to the airport for departure.

  • Arrival and departure transportation (from/to Ben Gurion Airport)
  • 7 nights' lodging
  • 5 days of sightseeing according to the plan, with an English-speaking guide
  • Any air/bus/rail price
  • Any additional meals not included in the package
  • Any other destination not specified in the itinerary
  • Any personal costs, like as laundry, room service, a mini-bar, a phone, and so on.
  • Any costs for services or activities that are not included in the inclusions
  • Additional charge for festival, long weekend, or high season
  • Tour (optional)

8 Days 7 Nights

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What is the official language of Israel?
Israel's official languages are Hebrew (often referred to as Israeli) and Arabic.
Is English widely spoken in Israel?
Throughout the nation, English is extensively spoken. It should not be assumed, however, that every inhabitant you encounter will be able to talk in the language.
What is the official currency in Israel?
The Israeli new shekel is the country's official currency. Mastercard and Visa are commonly accepted credit cards. ATMs that dispense local money are popular in Israel.
What is the ideal time to visit Israel?
The best time to visit Israel is between April and May, or between October and November, when temperatures are mild but not excessively hot throughout the nation.
Is Israel a family friendly destination?
Rich with culture and history, Israel can be a wonderful learning experience for the whole family. Whether it be exploring the Old City of Jerusalem or floating in the Dead Sea, there is something for everyone. 'A fast paced country with a laid back attitude' says it all

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