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Student Tour of Israel

Tour Highlights

A trip to Israel and Jordan is an experience of a mix of cultures, religions, empires both ancient and modern.

Explore ancient holy sites, beautiful landscapes, modern cities, amazing beaches, world-class museums and a varied culinary scene resulting from centuries of international influence.

Delve deep into the old city of Jerusalem and discover it’s important for Jews, Christians, and Muslims.

Climb up to Masada and hear the amazing story of heroism.

Enjoy Bedouin hospitality in the desert.

Float on the unique waters of the Dead Sea.

Explore Tel Aviv – the city that never sleeps.

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Detailed Program

Day 1

Jerusalem- Old City

We start off with a fascinating tour of the old city of Jerusalem. All our senses come to life as we enter the walled city via the Jaffa Gate and stroll through the oriental market with its colorful wares, aromas of spices, sellers calling to buy and tasty delicacies. Jerusalem’s Old City is where you can really understand the meeting of the three religions and its holiness for many.

We will visit the Christian Quarter including the famous Via Dolorosa and Church of the Holy Sephculer. Then through the market to the Armenian Quarter with its delightful pottery shops. Next, we’ll arrive at the Jewish Quarter with its Cardo, a 1800-year-old shopping mall still in use today. Finally, we arrive at the holiest place for the Jewish people, the Western Wall, the last remnant of the Temple. From here we will also see the Dome of the Rock – of holy importance to Islam.

After a break for lunch (on your own) we will continue to the City of David and enjoy a trek, knee-high in water, through the underground Hezekiah’s Tunnel and learn about the history of this ancient area.

Dinner & Overnight: Jerusalem

Day 2

Jerusalem / Masada / Kfar Hanokdim

After breakfast, we will check out of the hotel, but just before we leave the Holy City, we will take a stroll through Jerusalem’s famous Machne Yehuda market where you can sample the food and pick up some yummy snacks for today's trip.

We’ll then drive down to the Dead Sea and soak up the relaxing, ethereal atmosphere of the area before arriving at the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Masada. We’ll take the cable car up to this ancient fortress, built by King Herod. It’s a most amazing experience to wander around the ruins and hear the stories of determination and heroism.  Our descent is by the Roman Path (only a short walk down) so we can best enjoy the breathtaking views of the desert. 

What animal comes to mind when you think of the desert? Yes, that’s right, the camel. Well, you’ll have a chance to ride this humped-back creature. Bedouins are noted for their generous hospitality and, not only will they let you ride their camels but at the Bedouin camp, Kfar Hanokdim, you will learn how to make Bedouin coffee, hear about the Bedouin way of life and experience a Bedouin-style feast called “hafla”.

Dinner & Overnight: Kfar Hanokdim (cabin)

Day 3

Dead Sea / Tel Aviv

After breakfast, we say goodbye to our Bedouin hosts and drive to the Neve Midbar resort on the banks of the Dead Sea. Imagine floating on your back on the lowest, saltiest body of water on earth. It is an incredible natural phenomenon and “swimming” in the Dead Sea is one of those experiences that cannot be put in words – you just have to try. The Dead Sea is known for its cosmetic and therapeutic qualities and this is also true of the mud that is found there. Have fun covering your whole body with mud and enjoy the wonderful smooth sensation it gives your skin after it is washed off.

From the Dead Sea, we’ll drive to Tel Aviv and enjoy dinner out at one of the city’s many eateries.

Dinner & Overnight: Tel Aviv

Day 4

Tel Aviv - Free Day

Wake up to the city “that never sleeps”.  You’re free today to enjoy many of the hot spots that this vibrant modern city has to offer. Laze on the beach, walk the promenade, wander around the pretty neighborhood of Neve Zedek, check out the markets, visit the Tel Aviv port, explore “the White City” with its Bauhaus buildings along the Rothschild Boulevard – and those are just suggestions.

In the evening you can check out the amazing nightlife and have fun at Tel Aviv’s bars and clubs.

Dinner & Overnight: Tel Aviv

Day 5

Adventure Day

Choose from a wide range of adventure activities (depend on weather and season)  such as:

  • Sailing Regatta It’s time to put on your skipper’s cap and set sail! Have fun with a regatta competition from the Herzliya Marina.
  • Self-defence is always good to know and you’ll have an opportunity to learn from the Krav Maga
  • Find out how Tel Aviv walls talk with a Grafftii Tour in the up and coming Florentin Whilst hearing about the different creations we will also have an opportunity to taste some local delicacies.
  • Segway is a fun way to get around and you can enjoy the sights and sounds as you glide through the streets of this vibrant city.


Dinner & Overnight: Tel Aviv

Day 6

Tel Aviv / Ben Gurion Airport

Transfer to Ben Gurion Airport for your return flight home.

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