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Our most recommended Jerusalem Day Trips to the Blue Cave

From Tel Aviv or Jerusalem: Galilee, Nazareth, and More Tour

1. From Tel Aviv or Jerusalem: Galilee, Nazareth, and More Tour

Start your day with pickup from Tel Aviv or Jerusalem. Visit Nazareth and the impressive Basilica of Annunciation for a tour of the church and the old city of Nazaret. Continue towards the Sea of Galilee and pass Cana, the site of Jesus’s first miracle of turning water into wine. Visit ancient Capernaum, located at the foot of the Mount of Beatitudes and see the Church of Multiplications. Finally, visit Yardenit Baptismal site at the southern tip of the Sea of Galilee, one of the possible sites of Jesus’ baptism. Explore this vibrant site that welcomes hundreds of thousands of pilgrims yearly who flock to the waters of the Jordan river. Return to Tel Aviv or Jerusalem with a suite of unforgettable memories and wonderful impressions.

From Tel Aviv: Jerusalem Day Tour

2. From Tel Aviv: Jerusalem Day Tour

Start with a pickup from a centrally located pickup point in Tel Aviv and drive to Jerusalem. Your trip starts with a guided tour of the Old City, the heart and soul of ancient Jerusalem. Visit the Armenian, Christian, Arab, and Jewish neighborhoods and take in the unique atmosphere of a city holy to Christians, Jews, and Muslims alike. Visit the Western Wall and see the Temple Mount, explore the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, and walk part of Via Dolorosa as your guide shares the stories and the history of Jerusalem of old. After your Old City tour, you will have a short break to muse over your impressions before continuing to the modern city outside of the walls. Explore famous landmarks such as the Montefiore Windmill, The YMCA building, and secret garden, the majestic King David Hotel, and the Russian Compound. Walk down the pedestrian boulevard Nachalat Shiva and get a glimpse of Jerusalem of today and rub shoulders with the locals at the bustling Machane Yehuda market, the one place where past and present, secular and religious, local and traveler all come together. After a full day, walk back to your meeting point with your guide and end your tour with a return transfer to Tel Aviv having made some unforgettable memories.

From Jerusalem: Masada Sunrise, Ein Gedi & Dead Sea Day Trip

3. From Jerusalem: Masada Sunrise, Ein Gedi & Dead Sea Day Trip

Depart Jerusalem in the early morning at 3:00 AM. Travel for 1.5 hours to Masada mountain and begin your hike to the top. On the way up to the top, enjoy the extraordinary desert sunrise, one that can only be seen in the right place at the right time. Once at the top you will enjoy some time to experience the site. Head back down the mountain and travel to Ein-Gedi Nature Reserve. At 8:00 AM arrive at the Ein-Gedi Nature Reserve. Enter the reserve to watch the desert wildlife in the magnificent green Ein-Gedi Oasis. 10:00 AM continue your journey to the Dead Sea. Arrive at the Dead Sea, the lowest point on earth and enjoy bathing and floating on it's therapeutic waters. After floating and covering yourself with mud your driver will begin the trip back to Jerusalem. At approximately 1:00 PM arrive back in Jerusalem.

From Jerusalem: Caesarea and Western Galilee Day Trip

4. From Jerusalem: Caesarea and Western Galilee Day Trip

Spend a full day exploring the ancient cities and surviving architecture of Israel with a tour guide who will make history come alive before your eyes. After pickup from your hotel in Jerusalem, travel up the Mediterranean coast to the first point of interest, the old city of Caesarea. Among its archaeological excavations you’ll see gateways, a moat, and well-preserved walls and rooms. Visit the perfectly-preserved Roman amphitheater, which is still used today for performances by Israeli and international artists. Next to this, you’ll find the remains of the Hippodrome and Roman Temple, which overlook the port with its busy commercial ships. Hear stories about how after the Crusade this once prosperous city sank into oblivion.   Continue driving north to pass through Haifa, where you’ll stop to see the breathtaking Baha’i Shrine and gardens. Its 19 terraced gardens burst with colorful flowers and landscaped designs. Next stop is Rosh Hanikra, the northern-most point along Israel’s Mediterranean coast. Descend by cable car into the network of limestone grottoes created by the constant bombardment of waves against the rocks.   On the return journey, you’ll stop at Acre (Akko), the largest Crusader city in the country. See how well-preserved the city is and the incredible surviving architecture. The city is still alive, full of markets and bustling with people who still live in the ancient buildings. Learn about how the city’s mighty walls prevented even Napoleon from conquering the city. Finally, visit the Crusader remains, the prison used under Turkish rule, and the gallows used under British mandate to hang Jews who broke British law limiting Jewish immigration to Palestine following WWII.

Jerusalem: Old City Highlights Tour

5. Jerusalem: Old City Highlights Tour

Explore the biblical city of Jerusalem on a full-day tour. Stop at the Western Wall, the Church of Holy Sepulcher (the supposed place of Jesus' burial and resurrection), and ascend Mt. Zion. First, stop at Mount Scopus to be treated with a panoramic view of the city below. Next, enter the Old City to see the Western Wall, Temple Mount, and the Dome of the Rock. Move on to the Jewish and Armenian Quarters and tread the recently restored Roman road of the Cardo. You'll visit the colorful city bazaar and the Western Wall, proceeding to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, rumored to be the place where Jesus was buried and resurrected. Ascend to Mt. Zion where you can visit the Hall of the Last Supper and David's Tomb.

From Tel Aviv: Highlights of Jerusalem's Old City

6. From Tel Aviv: Highlights of Jerusalem's Old City

Get to know the holy city of Jerusalem on a full-day tour departing from Tel Aviv. Journey through the city's major attractions, get breathtaking views, and discover historical gems. Begin with a stop at Mount Scopus to be treated to a panoramic view of the city below. Next, enter the Old City to see the Western Wall, Temple Mount, and the Dome of the Rock. Move on to the Jewish and Armenian Quarters and tread the recently restored Roman road of the Cardo. You'll visit the colorful city bazaar and the Western Wall, proceeding to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, rumored to be the place where Jesus is buried and was resurrected. Finally, at Mt. Zion, you can visit the Hall of the Last Supper and David's Tomb before taking a transfer back to your accommodation in Tel Aviv.

Caesarea, Acre & Rosh Hanikra: Group-Tour from Jerusalem

7. Caesarea, Acre & Rosh Hanikra: Group-Tour from Jerusalem

Start your day with a trip to the ancient site of Caesarea, a city virtually abandoned for centuries before gaining a new burst of life during the Crusader period before sinking into oblivion. Marvel at the gateway, moat and walls, all of which are spectacularly well preserved. The city, built by Herod, will showcase to you an ancient luxury, the kind you would find in a Roman city. Take in the sight of the old theatre and the well-preserved hippodrome - truly a sight to behold for any History enthusiast.  Continue on your tour as you pass through Haifa, making a brief stop to admire the gold topped Baha’i shrine surrounded by the well-groomed gardens and the breathtaking views of the bay and port area. Continuing Northwards on your tour you will stop at Rosh Hanikra, taking the cable car down to the spectacular grottoes where you will have the chance to marvel at nature whilst walking through caverns forged by the pounding of waves. Your final stop of the tour is at Acre (Acco), the largest of the Crusader cities in the Land of Israel. The preservation of Acre is nothing short of magnificent, making the sight of the enormous columns and chambers a true site to behold - even the ancient public toilets have survived!

Jerusalem and Bethlehem: Private Full-Day Guided Tour

8. Jerusalem and Bethlehem: Private Full-Day Guided Tour

Explore two holy cities with a private, customizable tour. Your experienced private guide will be able to answer all your questions and give you the best insights into the most iconic cities of the Middle East. Start with being picked up from your desired address and begin with the "City of Gold", Jerusalem. See the old town including the Via Dolorosa and the Church of the Sepulchre. Wander around local markets, see the Byzantine Cardo, and visit the Western Wall.  Next, embark on a tour of Bethlehem and witness the Church of the Nativity. Learn about the beginnings of Christianity here.  Then, let your private driver take care of the transfer back to Jerusalem, where you will be dropped off back at your accommodation.

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What people are saying about Jerusalem

The tour was great and I really enjoyed the variety (old + new district)! Our guide (Yossi Shenhav) was extremely well read and was able to answer all questions and much more. In addition, he was insanely hard-working and personable. During the summer time it is highly recommended to drink at least 2L during the tour - don't worry, you will pass enough toilets.

The tour was really worth it if you have little time in Jerusalem. It was lively and we each had enough time to look around ourselves. The information was interesting without being completely overwhelmed. Our guide Hanoch was funny, very nice and we were completely satisfied with him. We would definitely recommend the tour!

I totally recommend. It's very well organized. It is possible to follow the guide (who is very friendly) or to visit the places freely with a meeting point for the rest of the excursion. Sunrise at Masada is a unique and unforgettable experience. It was perfect !

Relaxed tour. The guide was knowledgeable and gave you time to explore for yourself. Restaurant at lunchtime wasn't really my thing, otherwise recommended.

Very nice guide - Joseph! Great bus driver. It wasn't that much time at the sights, but it was enough for us. Have a nice tour!