Explore the Holy Land, for 7Days-6Nights.
Arrival Airport, pass through all formalities, drive to Nazareth to the hotel for check in
After breakfast then city tour Nazareth, the boyhood town of Jesus and home of Mary and Joseph, visit the Basilica of the Annunciation ,Stop by at Joseph’s workshop, we move to Cana, we visit Capernaum, Stop by Tabgha – the Church of the Multiplication of the Five Loaves and Two Fishes and the expressive church of the Beatitudes, then for a ride in a replica of a Galilean fishing boat of that time. Then drive through the landscapes of Galilee and Stop at St. Peter’s house, the Church of Primacy of Peter . Then we proceed to the Jordan River, the traditional Baptismal site, back to the hotel in Nazareth for dinner and overnight.
After Breakfast, check out then drive south along the coastal road to Haifa,visit Church on Mt. Carmel. At the foot of Mt. Carmel is Elijah’s Cave, sacred to Jews, Christians and Muslims. Then we drive to Jaffa for a tour passing through Qissaria, then to Jerusalem, Continue to Mount Zion, King David‘s Tomb , and Room of the Last Supper .Then visit the Church of St. Peter in Gallicantu and also the Church of the Dormition .then We will drive to Jaffa, visit the port, the artists quarter, Mahmudje Mosque, the house of the Tanner Simon and the Franciscan Church. then Visit Ein Karem, located in the hills next to a little spring. This is the city of Judah and Birthplace of John the Baptist, son of Elizabeth & Zechariah and the Church of Visitatio, then top our hotel in Bethlehem, dinner and overnight.
After breakfast we drive to visit Jericho where we stop and view Qarantal, the traditional Mount of Temptation and Sycamore Tree, then continue to the Dead Sea for swimming by passing Qumran cave and view it from the road, at which the Dead Sea scrolls were discovered. Then Proceed to Jerusalem. Overnight stay at Bethlehem
Breakfast, proceed to the Via Dolorosa Follow the 14 Stations of the Cross to Golgotha, ,then visit the Church of the Holy , Visit the Cenacle – Last Supper Room, the tomb of King David and –the other upper room. Then proceed to the Wailing Wall,. Dinner and overnight stay at Bethlehem.
After breakfast, proceed to Mount of Olives for a panoramic view of Jerusalem. Visit sanctuaries of Pater Nester Ascension. Walk along the Palm Sunday road down to the chapel of Dorminous Flevit where Jesus wept over eminent destruction of Jerusalem and Garden of Gethsemani. Visit the Basilica of agony and Tomb of St. Mary. Also visit the Church of St. Peter of Gallicantu, and then visit the traditional house of high priest, Caiaphas, Then proceed to Bethlehem to visit the shepherd’s field, which is located in the Judah province. Lunch. Visit the Church of Nativity – the birthplace of Jesus and the City of David, Manager Square; Crusaders Cloister Grotto of St. Jerome. Then visit Milk Grotto. Dinner and overnight.
After breakfast we proceed to Airport for our flight back.
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Explore the most excited package you can have, ( 3in 1 )The 11 days-10 Nights package combines travel from Jerusalem to Bethlehem, Galilee, and Tiberias and go further for Egypt to visit Coptic Cairo, Pyramids and Sphinx and explore Petra, Madaba and Nebo.
Explore the third holiest city in Islam, after Medina and Mecca for 5Days-4Nights to visit Al-qsa. The Al-Aqsa Mosque in Arabic Al-Masjid Al-Aqsa meaning the farthest mosque, is part of the complex of religious buildings in Jerusalem known as Al-Haram al-Sharif and the third holy site (the Noble Sanctuary). It is located in the Old City of Jerusalem and considered to be the largest mosque in Jerusalem, it can accommodate about 5,000 people worshipping in and around it. The mosque was originally built between 709 – 715 AD by Caliph Waleed Bin Abdul Malik
The budget for a trip can vary greatly depending on the destination, duration, accommodation choices, activities, and personal preferences. Researching average costs, including accommodation, transportation, meals, and attractions, will help you estimate your budget more accurately.
The essential travel documents usually include a valid passport, visas (if required), airline tickets, hotel reservations, travel insurance, and any necessary identification cards. It's always a good idea to make copies of these documents and store them separately as a backup.
Egypt is famous for its ancient historical sites. Some of the must-visit attractions include the Pyramids of Giza, the Sphinx, Luxor Temple, Karnak Temple, Valley of the Kings, Abu Simbel, and the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.
The best time to visit Egypt is during the cooler months of October to April when temperatures are more comfortable for exploring the historical sites. However, if you're interested in diving in the Red Sea, the summer months offer warm waters and excellent visibility.
When visiting religious sites such as mosques or temples, it's important to dress modestly out of respect. Both men and women should have their shoulders and knees covered. It's also advisable for women to carry a scarf to cover their hair if needed.
The best months to enjoy the Middle East tours are generally April and May, or October and November, however this can vary depending on where you're traveling and what you want to do. Temperatures are normally pleasant rather than extremely hot during certain hours, though crowds may be strong at some attractions.
The most prevalent mode of transportation is by bus. In the absence of this, you'll typically find shared taxis or tourist buses running routes to major sights (such as Petra in Jordan). While flying is the shortest way to travel between Middle Eastern destinations.
If you wish to take a big tour of the Middle East, you should plan at least a 10-day itinerary of Middle East Packages to allow ample time in each country. You may also need to allow extra time to go from one location to another due to security and border crossings between countries.
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