Visit Tel Aviv, Massada, Jerusalem, Tiberias...
The land of milk and honey offers travelers various options to discover the amazing country of Israel, a destination suitable for all ages, religions and abilities. Our staff has done extensive research to ensure that “your tour” fulls all of your wishes. You will have the opportunity to explore the fascinating landmarks and must-see highlights that have left their mark on history while taking time to enjoy the natural sights and having fun. Our tours will exceed your expectations and you will come home with memories to last a lifetime
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Drive from Ben-Gurion Airport to the Old City of Jaffa. Jaffa is one of the oldest ports in Israel, existing for upward of 4000 years; it was from Jaffa that Jonah set out before being swallowed by the whale and it was here to which Solomon imported cedars from Lebanon for the construction of the first Temple in Jerusalem.
Enjoy an evening seaside walk at the Tel Aviv Port, with its galleries, restaurants and coffee shops. Overnight in Tel Aviv
Drive up the coast to Caesarea National Park, where 2,000 years ago King Herod built a large port in honor of Emperor Augustus. Pontius Pilate later ruled the country from his Caesarea, and it was from here that Paul set sail to the communities where he preached all over the Mediterranean.
Visit the Roman Theater, Herod’s palace, the walled Crusader town with its galleries and restaurants and Caesarea’s latest attraction, the Time Trek, a fascinating multimedia presentation. Continue to Mount Carmel. to Muhraka, the traditional site of Elijah’s confrontation with the prophets of Ba’al, with the Carmelite Monastery of St. Elijah. Drive on to the Sea of Galilee region and stroll the waterfront in Tiberias. Overnight: The Tiberias area
Visit the landmarks around the northwestern Sea of Galilee, including: Capernaum – Known as “Jesus’ Town” in the New Testament, Capernaum on the Sea of Galilee is home to one of the earliest churches in the world as well as a monumental ancient synagogue. This was also Peter’s home town where Jesus performed many miracles. Tabha- Jesus’ miracle of the Multiplication of the Fish and Loaves is illustrated beautifully in an ancient mosaic of the Byzantine church that stood here. Visit the renovated Benedictine church, built in the same style and along the same lines as the original one. The Mount of Beatitudes – Enjoy an inspiring view of the Sea of Galilee from the top of the mountain where tradition says Jesus preached the Sermon on the Mount. Visit the magnificent display of the Galilee Boat, dating from the time of Jesus, discovered mired in the mud on the shore of the Sea of Galilee. Stroll through the archaeological park in the midst of downtown Tiberias, with its remains dating from numerous period’s in the town’s long history. Overnight in Tiberias
Drive via the Jordan Valley to Jerusalem. Approaching Jerusalem in the late afternoon, stop at the Mt. of Olives Observation Point for an excellent visual and spiritual introduction to the city, ancient and new. View the Temple Mount, the City of David, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and more, as the vista spans the length and breadth of the city. Overnight in Jerusalem
Spend time at the Western Wall, one of the last vestiges of the Second Temple complex built by Herod some 2,000 years ago and thus the holiest spot in the world for Jews. Excavations in Jerusalem’s Jewish Quarter have revealed a wealth of finds from the First and Second Temple periods. See the sites and enjoy the special ambiance of this renewed part of the Old City along a wheelchair accessible route. Visit the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Overnight in Jerusalem
Ascend by cable-car to explore Massada, scene of the epic stand by Jewish rebels at the end of the Great Revolt against Rome nearly 2,000 years ago. The new museum at the Visitor Center reveals the secrets of the daily life of the rebels, the story of the excavations, and how the site became one of Israel’s most important symbols. Stop at one of the Dead Sea spas or beaches for a dip in the saltiest sea in the world. The Dead Sea is recognized as having therapeutic qualities, and bathing here is something that should not be missed. Overnight in Jerusalem
If time permits visit the Israel Museum, which houses what is considered by many to be the most important archaeological discovery of the 20th century – the Dead Sea Scrolls, which is partially wheelchair-accessible. See the famous Model of Second Temple Jerusalem and an audiovisual presentation about life in the tumultuous days of the Second Temple. Drive to Ben Gurion Airport for your flight back.
Our company is specialized in accessibility we work to enable wheelchair users, people with disabilities and travelers with reduced mobility to make the trip they always dreamt of. We work towards providing accessible travel and adapted trips to the most important and impressive destinations of the world.
6 Nights at accessible hotels. Breakfast is included.
Transfers from and to airport. Deluxe air conditioned accessible van transportation.
A local government certificated experienced English speaking tour guide.
6 Days of tours following your itinerary.
Assistance during the stay in Israel
Info, tips and recommendations
Escort or personal helper. (Helper is available in additional price).
Availability of wheelchairs scooters or other equipment for rent in additional price.
Gratuities to guide, hotel personal etc.
Neither airport nor border taxes.
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