Jerusalem Tour from Dahab or Sharm El-Sheikh

Jerusalem’s Old City holds profound significance for Jews, Christians, and Muslims. As one of the world’s foremost pilgrimage destinations, it’s a place where you can walk through the living history of a city that has faced destruction, capture, and recapture 42 times over the millennia. Here, you’ll be surrounded by the sounds of church bells, the call of the muezzin, and the shofar’s echoes, while the air is filled with a mix of scents from church incense to the rich aromas of the spice market.

This experience is both sensory and spiritual, offering a unique journey. Wander through the streets and witness landmarks like The Dome of the Rock, Temple Mount, The Wailing Wall, and Al Aqsa Mosque. Conclude your tour with a visit to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, the holiest site in Christianity, which holds significance as the place of Jesus of Nazareth’s crucifixion, burial, and resurrection.

Following the morning’s sightseeing, we’ll continue to the Dead Sea, the Earth’s lowest point, where you can enjoy a relaxing float and capture memorable photos.

Once your trip is confirmed, you will receive a confirmation email containing details about your excursion, pick-up time, and payment (typically 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 transported to the Taba border. You’ll cross the border on foot to reach the other side in Palestine, where your English and Russian-speaking tour guide will be waiting for you to commence your tour. Please note that the time spent at the border is variable due to the number of travelers and political factors.

Avra Valley Drive: We’ll embark on a 1.5-hour journey along the Avra Valley towards the Dead Sea, the Earth’s lowest point.

Dead Sea Visit: During this stop, you’ll have an hour to explore the Dead Sea. If you wish, you can float (not swim) in the Dead Sea, benefiting from its mineral-rich waters. You can also explore its natural beauty, including the salts, mud, lotions, and facial masks. On the way to the holy city, you’ll have the opportunity to see where the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered at the Qurman site and observe some Bedouin tribes living in the desert.

Mount of Olives: Arrive at the Mount of Olives, where you’ll enjoy a panoramic view that provides an introduction to the city, its history, and its culture.

The Wailing Wall: Our next stop will be at the last remains of the Jewish temple to observe the Wailing Wall. We will then continue through the Way of Suffering, which leads to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, the site where Jesus was crucified and buried, according to Christian beliefs.

Lunch: We will head to one of the local restaurants in the area for lunch.

City of Bethlehem: Our next destination is the city of Bethlehem, where you’ll find the Church of Nativity, the birthplace of Jesus Christ. This city is a central pilgrimage destination for Christians worldwide.

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

Return to Sharm El Sheikh: Our tour representatives will transfer you back to your hotel.

Wadi Al-Weshwash

A Hidden Oasis in the Egyptian Desert

Egypt is a place that is known for old miracles, from the Pyramids of Giza to the Valley of the Kings. In any case, there’s something else to this nation besides its old landmarks. In the core of the Egyptian desert lies an unlikely treasure that is ready to be found by daring explorers – Wadi El-Weshwash.

Wadi El-Weshwash is a dazzling desert garden situated in the Eastern Desert of Egypt, only a couple of hours from the Red Ocean. A remote and quiet spot is encircled by magnificent mountains and stunning landscape. The desert garden is loaded up with lavish palm trees, freshwater pools, and a little spring that gives water to the encompassing vegetation and natural life

One of the most remarkable highlights of Wadi El-Weshwash is the sand ridges that encompass the desert spring. The hills are continually moving, making a delightful scene that changes with the breeze. Guests can climb up the rises and appreciate clearing perspectives on the desert garden and the encompassing mountains.

The tour includes transfers, tickets, lunch, snorkeling equipment’s and tour guide

200,00 $

per person