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Things To Do

Day Tour to Jerusalem and Bethlehem from Tel Aviv

Escape the hustle and bustle of Tel Aviv, and discover the roots of different religions on this inspiring day trip to Jerusalem and Bethlehem. These ancient Holy Land towns will provide you with a fascinating mix of people, views and stories, making this an unmissable Israel day tour!

Explore Jerusalem and Bethlehem’s religious sites by coach from Tel Aviv
Tour the Armenian, Christian, and Jewish Quarters of Jerusalem’s Old City
Enter Greek and Catholic churches at Bethlehem’s Manger Square
Convenient pickup and drop-off at central Tel Aviv hotels

Masada and the Dead Sea Day Trip from Tel Aviv


Discover two of Israel’s must-see sights on this memorable day trip from Tel Aviv. You’ll explore the legendary ruins of Masada and King Herod’s palaces, and enjoy a therapeutic visit to the famous Dead Sea. This unforgettable day trip also passes the setting of one of the New Testament’s most famous parables, the Good Samaritan.

As a substitution, tour will visit at Qumran caves and Baptism site on the Jordan River.

Begin your day with convenient pickup at your Tel Aviv hotel, where you’ll board an air-conditioned vehicle and head for the Judean desert. En route to Masada, you’ll learn about the parable of the Good Samaritan from your guide as you pass the famous site.

Visit The Jordan River


Another must-see sights is the Jordan River. Jordan River is considered the third most holy site in the Holy Land, just after Nativity Grotto in Bethlehem and Golgotha in Jerusalem, because it is the site of the most important event of Jesus’ life – his baptism and beginning of his ministry.

The Jordan River runs through the land and history of the Bible, giving its waters a spiritual significance that sets it aside from other rivers.

The Jordan is significant for Jews because the tribes of Israel under Joshua crossed the river on dry ground to enter the Promised Land after years of wandering in the desert.

It is significant for Christians because John the Baptist baptised Jesus in the waters of the Jordan.

Israel Museum


Comprising nearly 50,000 square meters and a six-acre sculpture garden, this complex features an impressive variety of collections from prehistoric archaeology to contemporary art.The children’s wing is the most interactive section of this sprawling museum. There are special activities for kids during Jewish holidays and school vacations.

There is only one place that can tell the full story of Israel and humankind from the dawn of civilization to the present day: from the 2,000-year-old Dead Sea Scrolls, the oldest bible in the world, and the Model of Jerusalem from the Second Temple period, to rich collections of Jewish and Israeli art; from artifacts from Herod’s palace to leading artists such as Pablo Picasso, Vincent Van Gogh, Ai Weiwei, Rene Magritte, Jean-Michel Basquiat, James Turrell and many more. The Israel Museum is the largest cultural institution in the State of Israel and is ranked among the leading art and archaeology museums in the world.