Contact Us

For the ultimate Israel Experience

Your message was sent successfully

Proudly a member of:

ETC NTA USTOA
°c
°f
°c
°f
°c
°f
°c
°f

Biking it in Israel

This has become a unique way to explore Israel for those who love to ride and those who want to see the country in a different way. Try taking advantage of a weekend in Jerusalem for a Shabbat Bike Experience:

The streets and alleys of Jerusalem are perfect for a ride on the quiet days of Shabbat. Our tour will include The Israeli Parliament, The Valley of the Cross, the pioneer neighborhood of Rehavia, The German Colony as well as a panoramic view of the Old City. This trademark ride follows small streets, bike lanes, short cuts and hidden alleys that are familiar only to those who know how to ride in the city. For lunch we will stop at a local restaurant near the Old City gates, and continue independently for a free afternoon in the Old City with its colorful markets, and local food. Approximate Cycling Distance: 20 km

Jerusalem night ride- around dusk, we will leave for the breathtaking experience of a night ride in the city of Jerusalem. We will pass the Prime minister’s home, Valley of the cross, Israeli Parliament and Supreme Court and then head through the market to Jaffa gate. Here we will devote some time for riding inside the allies of the Old City, ending up back at the Jaffa Gate for a cold drink and a midnight snack. Approximate Cycling Distance: 20 km

Cycle the Judean Hills - the hills surrounding Jerusalem have some of the best cycling routes in Israel and we will probably see dozens of other cyclists enjoying the scenery.  We will start riding from Bar Giora and head downhill towards Beit Shemesh (optional ride out of the city- additional 20 KM). We will ride through the Adolam Park, where we will get a glimpse of the famous caves where Bar Kochva and his supporters hid from the Romans in the year 135 AD. From here we will ride to the Ella Valley, the Biblical site of David and Goliath’s battle, and continue for a lunch and a taste of wine from Israel’s leading wine region. After lunch we will continue our ride to the ruins of Beit Guvrin, a system of ancient caves dating back to different empires that passed through here. A bus scuttle will take us back to Jerusalem.

Book your tour