Experience the historic and ancient cities of Jerusalem and Bethlehem during this full-day from Dahab, a guided tour that includes a swim in the Dead Sea and a Middle Eastern lunch. Take in an aerial view of Jerusalem from Mount Olive's lookout and take time to stop at Mount Zion, the Wailing Wall, and the Dome of the Rock. See the Shepherds' Field and Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem and take a restorative swim in the salty Dead Sea.
Highlights Jerusalem And The Dead Sea In 1 Day:
- Departure from the hotel 21: 00- 21:30
- Arabian Desert
- The Dead Sea
- Mount of olives
- Church of the Holy Sepulcher
- Wall of Tears
- Arab Bazaar Sug
- Church of the Nativity of Christ in Bethlehem
- Return at 23.00 the next day
Full Description Jerusalem And The Dead Sea In 1 Day:
Enjoy a one-day tour of the Dead Sea, Bethlehem and Jerusalem. Plus, discover the holiest of all cities, the sanctuary of 3 great religions.
During the tour, you will take a trip to the Mount of Olives, which offers panoramic views of the Old City of Jerusalem. In the meantime, stop at Mount Zion, where the tomb of King David is located. Then, walk the historic streets to see the Western Wall and the Dome of the Rock. Also, take a walk through the Jewish and Armenian quarters through Roman Cardo.
During the tour, admire the Church of the Holy Sepulcher where Jesus was resurrected. In Bethlehem, admire the Shepherd's Field and the Church of the Nativity. Meanwhile, one of the oldest standing churches in the world. Feel the spiritual atmosphere of Manger Square and see where Jesus was born.
You will also visit the Dead Sea in the Judean Mountains and the lowest place on earth.
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- All transfers
- Middle Eastern meal with free drink
- Border tax
What to bring
- Passport + a copy of the passport for all participants of the trip (ask for it at the hotel reception)
- Long sleeves and pants (lighter in summer)
- Sunscreen (apply in room and take with you)
- Headdress (preferably with brim)
- Comfortable shoes
- Water (1.5 liters per adult)
- Photographic equipment
- Local money
- In winter (December to April) it is quite cool in the desert - warm clothes