Jerusalem Tour from Dahab or Sharm El-Sheikh

Discover the Holiest City

Jerusalem’s Old City holds immense significance for Jews, Christians, and Muslims, making it one of the world’s most prominent pilgrimage destinations. As you explore, you’ll step into the ‘living history’ of a city that has witnessed destruction twice and been captured and recaptured an astonishing 42 times throughout the ages. The soundscape is a symphony of church bells, the call of the muezzin, and the haunting shofar (ram’s horn), while the air is filled with fragrances ranging from church incense to the enchanting aromas of the spice market. This journey offers a sensory and spiritual experience like no other.

Stroll through the city’s ancient streets and behold iconic landmarks such as the Dome of the Rock, Temple Mount, the Western Wall (Wailing Wall), Al-Aqsa Mosque, and culminate your tour with a visit to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. This revered site is where Jesus of Nazareth was crucified, buried, and resurrected, making it the holiest location in Christianity.

200,00 $

per person

Trip Details

After a morning of profound sightseeing, we’ll head to the Dead Sea, the Earth’s lowest point, for a unique floating experience and some memorable photos.

Excursion Itinerary

Confirmation and Pickup: After confirming your trip, you will receive a confirmation email containing details of your excursion, including pickup time and payment. Typically, pickups occur around 8:00 pm from Sharm El Sheikh and 11 pm from Dahab, depending on your hotel’s location. You will be picked up from your hotel and taken to the Taba border.

Border Crossing: At the Taba border, you will cross into Palestine on foot. There, you’ll find your English and Russian-speaking tour guide awaiting you to commence your tour. Please note that the time spent at the border can vary due to the number of travelers and political factors.

Arava Valley: Travel for approximately an hour and a half along the Avara Valley, heading toward the Dead Sea, the Earth’s deepest point.

Dead Sea Visit: Spend an hour at the Dead Sea, where you have the opportunity to float (not swim) in its salt-rich waters, taking advantage of its therapeutic minerals. Explore the natural beauty of the Dead Sea, including its salts, mud, lotions, and facial masks. On the way to the holy city, you’ll see the Qurman site, where the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered, and witness Bedouin tribes living in the desert.

Mount of Olives: Arrive at the Mount of Olives and enjoy a panoramic view, providing an introduction to the city of Jerusalem, its history, and culture.

The Wailing Wall: Your next stop is the Wailing Wall, the last remnant of the Jewish temple. Continue through the Way of Suffering, leading to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, the site where, according to Christian beliefs, Jesus was crucified and buried.

Lunch: Head to a local restaurant to enjoy lunch.

City of Bethlehem: Visit the city of Bethlehem, home to the Church of the Nativity, where Jesus Christ was born. This site holds significant religious importance and serves as a central pilgrimage destination for Christians worldwide.

Shopping: Before returning to the border, you’ll have the opportunity to shop in Bethlehem and collect souvenirs.

Return : You will be transferred back to your hotel by our tour representatives.

Excursion Includes

  • Air-conditioned transportation throughout Jerusalem and Sharm El Sheikh.
  • All entrance fees to the touristic sites mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Border taxes and visa fees.
  • Lunch at a local restaurant.
  • English-speaking guide.

Excursion Excludes

  • Drinks in the restaurant.
  • Any additional expenses not mentioned in the itinerary.

Things You Should Take

  • Passport.
  • Camera.
  • Sunglasses.
  • Hat.
  • Comfortable shoes (trainers are recommended for this excursion).
  • Breakfast box (usually provided free of charge in most hotels ).