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5050 Paré, suite 202B

Montréal, Québec H4P 1P3

514.344.9518

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DISCOVER ISRAEL

Weekly guaranteed departures year-round to the Holy Land
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from:

$2499*

land only
8
days
DESCRIPTION:

Guaranteed departures are available throughout 2017 for this tour of Israel's most popular religious and cultural sites as well as the country's most naturally beautiful sights. Your tour starts in Tel Aviv before heading north to Cesarea and the Galilee. Spend two nights on a Kibbutz in the North including visits to: Tsfat, capital of Kabbalah; Capernaum, Jesus' adoptive city, and a vineyard for some wine tasting. Continue on to Nazareth, Megiddo, and Ein Bokek before arriving at your hotel on the Dead Sea. After a night on the Dead Sea, head towards the fortress at Massada before moving on to Jerusalem, where you will spend three nights. Your days will be filled with tours both within Jerusalem as well as in the outskirts, including a tour of Bethlehem. 

 

PRICE INCLUDES:
  • Seven nights in double occupancy rooms according to the itinerary with hotel porterage service

  • Full Israeli buffet breakfast and dinners daily

  • 6 days of guided visits and transfers in a luxury air-conditioned tour bus according to the itinerary

  • English- or French-speaking tour guides 

  • GST & QST

 

OUR TIPS:
  1. Pack light - you'll have a few hours in Jerusalem's best market where you are sure to find amazing souvenirs to bring home!

  2. Don't forget the sunscreen: the sun in Israel is very strong and just a few uncovered minutes on the beach in Tel Aviv can turn you bright red. 

  3. Ask to visit the Ahava factory at Massada to pick up some fantastic Dead Sea beauty products at a discount!

  4. Be sure to order a Falafel or Shwarma "B'LAFA" - you'll thank us later!