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Tours in Israel starting from $1,708

Prices are per person “land only” (excluding air) based on double occupancy.

About Israel Tours

Israel’s two official languages are Hebrew and Arabic.

Award-winning actress Natalie Portman and KISS’ Gene Simmons are from Israel.

Baby monitors, voice mail, cell phones, and cherry tomatoes were created in Israel. 

Israel has the highest ratio of university degrees to total population. Israeli universities produce the most scientific papers per capita.

Israel has the highest concentration of high-tech companies, the highest percentage per capita of home computers, and the highest number of scientists and technicians. 

Why go on an Israel Tour?

Israel is home to ancient biblical sights.  Synagogues, churches, and places of important biblical moments and miracles can be found on this Holy Land.  In Israel’s capital of Jerusalem, you will see timeworn domes, walls, and rooftops.  You can visit the Garden of Gethsemane where Jesus prayed the night before his arrest and you can walk the path Jesus walked while carrying his cross to his crucifixion called the Via Dolorosa.  Also in Jerusalem you can visit the Wailing Wall to see the prayer notes tucked between the stones and insert your own prayer.  You may also take an optional excursion to the Dead Sea to witness the buoyant, salty waters.  In Nazareth, you will find the Church of the Annunciation where the Angel Gabriel told Mary she would conceive baby Jesus; in Cana of Galilee Jesus turned water into wine; and in Bethlehem you can stop by the Church of the Nativity where Jesus was born.  You may also want to visit the Mount of Beatitudes where Jesus delivered his Sermon on the Mount; Capernaum, home to the apostles where Jesus fed 5000 people with two fish and five loaves of bread; and the Jordan River where Jesus was baptised. 

When is the best time to go?

Israel has hot, dry summers (June to October) and cool, wet winters (November to May). December through February have common rainfalls.  Regional conditions vary depending on the specific location. For walking tours, opt for a cooler month.

Israel Tours are available year-round and offers many itineraries.  Speak with our travel agents to book your inspirational Israel Tour.