Jewish Tours To Israel

Israel is a land rich in history, culture, and tradition. For Jewish travelers, a tour of Israel can be a transformative experience, offering the opportunity to connect with the homeland of the Jewish people and explore the sites that are central to Jewish history and identity

Choose the right itinerary

Israel has a wealth of historical and cultural sites that are significant to the Jewish people, and choosing the right itinerary is key to experiencing the full breadth of the Jewish experience in Israel. Consider your interests and priorities, and plan your itinerary accordingly. Some popular destinations for Jewish tours include Jerusalem, Tzfat, the Western Wall, the Dead Sea, and the Galilee region.

Visit historical and cultural sites

Israel is home to many sites of significant historical and cultural importance to the Jewish people, including the Western Wall, the Temple Mount, Masada, and Yad Vashem. Visiting these sites can deepen your understanding of Jewish history and culture, and provide opportunities for prayer and reflection.

Attend religious services

Attending religious services in Israel is a unique and special experience. Consider attending Shabbat services at the Western Wall, or visiting a synagogue in one of Israel’s many vibrant communities. You may also want to consider attending a holiday service, such as Passover or Hanukkah, to experience Jewish traditions in Israel.

Try Jewish cuisine

Israel is home to a rich culinary scene, and trying Jewish cuisine is a must on any Jewish tour of Israel. Whether you’re looking for traditional Jewish dishes like matzo ball soup and gefilte fish, or modern takes on Israeli cuisine, there are endless opportunities to try new and delicious foods.

Experience Jewish culture

Israel is home to a thriving Jewish culture, with music, dance, and art that reflect the rich history and traditions of the Jewish people. Consider attending a Jewish cultural event, such as a klezmer concert or a traditional Israeli dance performance, to experience Jewish culture in Israel.

Hire a knowledgeable guide

Hiring a knowledgeable guide is essential to getting the most out of your Jewish tour of Israel. Look for a guide who is experienced in leading Jewish tours, and who can provide insight into Jewish history, culture, and traditions. A good guide can also help you navigate Israel’s complex geography and cultural landscape, ensuring that you have a safe and enjoyable trip.

Our Top Tours

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Classical Israel and Petra Tour Package 12...

Explore Israel's highlights on this 12-day tour, including a visit to Petra, Jordan. Discover iconic sites like Masada, the Dead Sea, and Jerusalem...

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2,660$

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Classical Israel Tour Package 4 Days

Explore Israel's top highlights in this 4-day package. Experience Jerusalem's Old City, relax in the Dead Sea, and visit Nazareth. Discover the Sea...

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790$

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Bethlehem Half Day Tour

This half-day Bethlehem tour takes you to the historic Church of the Nativity and the Church of St. Catherine. Explore the birthplace of Jesus and ...

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72$

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Bethlehem, Jericho and Qasr al-Yahud

Explore Bethlehem and Jericho on this unique tour. Visit historical sites like the Inn of the Good Samaritan, the ancient city of Jericho with its ...

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125$

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7 Days Itinerary For Your Trip

Arrive in Israel and begin your journey in the Holy Land. After settling in at your hotel, head to the Western Wall, the most sacred site in Judaism, for an emotional and spiritual experience. Take a stroll through the Jewish Quarter of the Old City and visit the Hurva Synagogue, rebuilt after being destroyed in 1948.

Begin the day at the Mount of Olives, where you can take in the breathtaking views of Jerusalem and visit the iconic Jewish Cemetery. Visit the City of David, where the ancient Jewish city of Jerusalem began, and walk through Hezekiah’s Tunnel, an ancient water tunnel dating back to the time of King Hezekiah. End the day at the Cardo, an ancient Roman market street located in the heart of the Jewish Quarter.

Leave Jerusalem and head south to Masada, a mountaintop fortress where Jewish rebels made their last stand against the Romans. Take a cable car to the top and explore the ruins of King Herod’s palace and the ancient synagogue. Continue to the Dead Sea, the lowest point on earth, where you can float in its therapeutic waters and enjoy the natural mud baths.

Leave Jerusalem and head south to Masada, a mountaintop fortress where Jewish rebels made their last stand against the Romans. Take a cable car to the top and explore the ruins of King Herod’s palace and the ancient synagogue. Continue to the Dead Sea, the lowest point on earth, where you can float in its therapeutic waters and enjoy the natural mud baths.

Begin the day at the Sea of Galilee, the site of many of Jesus’ miracles and the center of his ministry in the Galilee region. Take a boat ride on the sea and enjoy the tranquil views of the surrounding landscape. Visit the ancient fishing village of Magdala, where Mary Magdalene is believed to have lived, and explore the recently discovered archaeological remains, including a first-century synagogue and marketplace.

Visit Yad Vashem, Israel’s official Holocaust memorial and museum, where you’ll learn about the history of the Holocaust and honor the victims and survivors. Continue to the Knesset, Israel’s parliament, and visit the impressive Menorah sculpture outside. End the day in the vibrant city of Tel Aviv, where you can explore the modern side of Israel and enjoy the vibrant nightlife.

Say goodbye to Israel and depart for home, taking with you the memories and experiences of a lifetime.

This 7-day itinerary covers many of the most significant Christian sites in Israel and can be customized to your preferences and schedule. Note that some sites may have limited hours or require advanced booking, so be sure to plan ahead.

 
 

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