Jerusalem And Dead Sea Tour From Tel Aviv

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Hotel pickup Available
  • Duration: 10 Hrs
  • Language:
  • Departure Time :
    07:20 AM Times are subject to change due to local traffic conditions.Hotel pickups commence prior to this time
  • Departure Details :
    Traveler pickup is offered
  • Return Details :
    Tour ends with drop-off at your hotel
  • Cancellation Policy :
    This activity is non-refundable Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.


Your 10 hour, small group tour begins with a drive to the Mount of Olives, which offers stunning views of the Holy City. Continue onward to Mount Zion, the site of King Davids Tomb, the Hall of the Last Supper, and the Church of Dormition. Your tour will move throughout the Old City into its Jewish, Christian and Armenian quarters as you walk through the Via Dolorosa to the Church of Holy Sepulchre. Afterwards, return to your vehicle and drive to the Dead Sea where you will enjoy the opportunity to float in its mineral rich, salted waters.


Enjoy a day away from the hustle and bustle of the city

Led by a local guide

Free hotel pickup and drop-off included

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Your tour begins with a drive to the Mount of Olives, which offers stunning views of the Holy City. Onward you will continue on to Mount Zion, the site of King Davids Tomb, the Hall of the Last Supper, and the Church of Dormition. Upon arrival in the city itself, you will explore some of Jerusalems most famous sites. You will walk along the Cardo, a restored road that dates back to Roman times. You will then visit the world-renowned Wailing Wall (Kotel), one of the citys most sacred sites.

Afterwards, follow in Christs footsteps along the Via Dolorosa, the route he took on his way to being crucified, culminating at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Leaving Jerusalem behind, you will be driven through the Judean Desert en route to the Dead Sea. The lowest point on earth, the Dead Sea is known for its therapeutic powers. Finally, visit one of the health resorts located on its shore, bathing in mineral-rich mud, before floating upon the salt-laden waters of the sea itself.


Hotel pickup and drop-off

Professional bilingual guide

Air-conditioned vehicle

Entry/Admission - Monte das Oliveiras



Food and drinks

Spa treatments are not available

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

May be operated by a multi-lingual guide

Modest dress is required for visits to holy sites: Comfortable walking shoes, bathing suit, towel, and hat are recommended

Transfer to the Dead Sea may be accompanied by a driver only

Change of vehicle may be required

Not wheelchair accessible

Service animals allowed

Near public transportation

Infant seats available

Service animals are allowed only if the person with a disability have a companion with him

Disabled visitors that use wheelchair- must have a companion to escort them

Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level

This tour/activity will have a maximum of 54 travelers

Face masks required for travelers in public areas

Face masks required for guides in public areas

Face masks provided for travelers

Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff

Social distancing enforced throughout experience

Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized

Guides required to regularly wash hands

Regular temperature checks for staff

Temperature checks for travelers upon arrival

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  • 31-Oct-2022

    Wir wurden morgens um 7:20 mit einem sehr bequemen kleinen Shuttlebus im Nachbar-Hotel abgeholt und auf einen Parkplatz in Hafennähe gebracht. Dort wird man nach Reiseziel sortiert und steht sich dann die Beine in den Bauch. Irgendwann stiegen wir in einen großen Reisebus mit deutlich weniger Beinfreiheit. Die Fahrt ging zuerst nach Jerusalem. Unser Tourguide Debbie erzählte während der Fahrt spannende Informationen zu interessanten Orten entlang der Straße und zu Kultur und Geschichte des Landes. In Jerusalem gab es nach einer Toilettenpause in einem heruntergekommenen Hotel einen kurzen Stop an der Straße am Mt. Scopus mit Blick auf die Altstadt. Die Gruppe bestand aus fast 30 Personen und dank Straßenlärm war Debbies Vortrag nur für diejenigen zu verstehen, die nahe genug bei ihr standen. Im Bus hatte sie noch ein Mikrofon, draußen leider nicht mehr. Weiter ging die Fahrt zum Jaffa Gate, von wo aus der Rest der Tour zu Fuß weiterging. Wir hatten 20 Minuten Zeit an der Klagemauer, bekamen ein paar Infos zu den Vierteln der Altstadt und sind über die engen und vollen Straßen des Marktes und die Via Dolorosa zur völlig überfüllten Grabeskirche gegangen. Debbies Erklärungen unterwegs waren leider nicht zu verstehen und es war dank der großen Gruppe gar nicht so einfach, sie nicht zu verlieren. Immer wieder hieß es, wir müssten unbedingt bei der Gruppe bleiben und würden dann alle gemeinsam „in einem ganz tollen Restaurant“ essen und Souvenirs „im besten Souvenirshop in Israel“ kaufen. Am Ende war angeblich keine Zeit und wir müssten noch Eintrittskarten abholen, weshalb wir doch woanders essen würden - also zurück zum Bus und auf zum Toten Meer. Dort wird man auf einem riesigen Parkplatz voller Reisebusse mitten im Nirgendwo ausgeladen (es gibt dort wohl noch einen Nationalpark, aber den haben wir nicht betreten) und soll bei einer Art Takeaway mitten im Souvenirshop essen. Die Qualität von Souvenirs und Essen war nicht gut; ich hätte lieber auf dem Markt in Jerusalem eingekauft und mir den Umweg gespart, der uns bestimmt anderthalb Stunden gekostet hat. Man bekommt nummerierte Rabattcoupons, die beim Einkauf vorgelegt werden sollen und dem Unternehmen bestimmt Provision einbringen. Danach auf zum „Resort“am Toten Meer. Dort gibt es Umkleiden, Duschen, Toiletten, Plastikstühle, einen kleinen abgesperrten Bereich zum Baden inklusive Bademeister, eine Bar und natürlich überteuerte Souvenirshops inklusive Rabattcoupons. Auf der Rückfahrt und amToten Meer selbst gab es keine Infos mehr von Debbie. Auf dem Rückweg wurden wir gegen 19 Uhr direkt vom großen Reisebus zum Hotel gefahren.

  • 29-Oct-2022

    Manny took us all through Tel Aviv and Jerusalem! He was so knowledgeable and excited about explaining everything on our tour. Manny goes above and beyond to make sure we all had a great experience!

  • 25-Oct-2022

    We couldn't have been happier with Goira, our tour guide. He is a retired history teacher and not only knew so much but presented it in a simple way for all of us to understand and retain. You could tell he enjoyed it as well. Great day, Goira, thank you! - Felixa and Mickey, Oct 11, 22.

  • 26-Sep-2022

    We did a 2 day tour of Tel aviv, followed by 5 days Jerusalem/dead sea/Masada. Meni Tzabari was with us and our entire time with our small group of fun new friends. Meni was truly the absolute best! His knowledge of the areas and history--incredible, he knows EVERYONE (and I mean everyone). Everywhere we went Israelis were excited to see him and happy to see us as we were with him! He mixed in so much good humor and warm spirit that we keep quoting and we've been home over a week! He is an absolute pleasure and the best guide we have traveled with (and we travel a lot). If you want to love Israel as much as we did make sure Meni T is your guide!

  • 14-Mar-2020

    Our first day trip to Masada and Dead Sea it was great Out Tour guide Noure had great knowledge, but the only thing was the time at the dead sea was very short, we barely had time to enjoy the water and I didn't get a chance to change clothes on our way back to the hotel. we had only 2 hours including lunch.. which took almost 45 min. Overall it was good. Day 2 to 5, We had a Amazing Tour Guide his name was Saeed Yassin which speak 5 language and his knowledge, history of each city and area exceed our expectation.. I would highlighted recommend Saeed to anyone who has the opportunity to visit Israel. We visit Jaffa, Cesarea, Haifa, San Juan de Acre, Sea of Galilee, Nazareth, Safed, Rio Jordan Monte Tabor, Mount of Olives expect Belen bcos it was closed. Day 6-9 we were suppose to travel to Amman and Petra but due to the Covid-19 We didn't make it but we had to paid fee and we got stuck between Jordan and israel border for 8 hours bcos they didn't know what will happen to us.. Finally Israel let us in back to the hotel and we miss the rest of our trip.. Very disappointing as they added 3 people from other tours as they were in Belen before they close their city.. We didn't make it to Belen bcos it was closed.. Jordan claim they close their border but other people pass but our bus didn't.. We had many older people in our bus luckily they have us pizza and water but not enough for everyone.. They try to make up for one tour to the bell caves, Stalactite cave and free Lunch however it was unacceptable but based on the COVID 19 it was no other choice to accept.. Their office should have been monitoring and working 24 hours and 7 days with their tour guides to make sure we were all safe especially avoiding to mix people who had been infected areas. Overall We had a great beginning but bad ending bcos we didn't get a chance to Visit Amman and Petra.. I hope once this COVID-19 get under control perhaps one day in the future will try to make it back.. I only wish my parents are still with me. Adding two pics of our group..

  • 29-Feb-2020

    Had a great trip with Bein Harim Tourism and Shaked "Zachi" and driver Aviv to Jerusalem and the Dead Sea. The first half we spent plenty of time driving through and walking Jerusalem. Zachi provided plenty of historical and personal information during the tour. We were able to navigate through the streets and stopped at interesting points to hear about it's cultural and historical relevance. In the afternoon we drove to the Dead Sea and spent a couple of hours floating and taking a mud bath. All thanks to Aviv who seemed to know the best roads and lanes to take. The trip is a must if you have a day in Tel Aviv.

  • 19-Feb-2020

    A nice pleasant trip with Ben Harim tour agency. Zahi Shaked- best guide to go for. He is funny, knowledgeable, easy to understand and patient with tourists. We had a 7 year old toddler with us on trip- there wasn’t a problem at all!

  • 04-Feb-2020

    Lamentablemente no podíamos hacer ninguna parada para compra de cualquier índole en ningún lugar que quisiéramos, solo en el que él decía... y nos traía a prisa en todo momento, eso no deja apreciar verdaderamente el tour

  • 25-Jan-2020

    Just got back from taking this full day tour of Jerusalem and the Dead Sea with the best guide, Haya Koshlevisch. She is clearly VERY experienced giving these tours and knew where to have the group and at what time to make sure we missed the most crowds while also seeing as much as possible. She was also very prepared and brought great visual aids to help explain the history of the sights we were seeing as well as paper us to leave wishes at the Wailing Wall. It was a jam packed tour so we didnt get to stay too long in any one spot but I knew that was going to be the case when I signed up. I cant wait to go back!

  • 19-Jan-2020

    This tour was great. Saw all the main sights, for a good period if time. Of course there is a full agenda so can't hang around too much, but generally we didn't feel too rushed. The guide was a real character and made the trip for us

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