Visit 2 of Israel's must-see sights on a full-day tour to the ruins of Masada, and the mineral-rich waters of The Dead Sea, the lowest place on…
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Attractions in Jerusalem
- 1Western Wall
- 2Mount of Olives
- 3Old City, Jerusalem
- 4Jewish Quarter, Jerusalem
- 5The Cardo
- 6Armenian Quarter
- 7Christian Quarter
- 8Dome of the Rock
- 9Temple Mount
- 10Via Dolorosa
- 11Al-Aqsa Mosque
- 12Church of the Holy Sepulchre
- 13Garden of Gethsemane
- 15Kidron Valley
- 16Mount Zion
- 17Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial
- 18Dormition Abbey
- 19Room of the Last Supper
- 20King David's Tomb
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Due to roads being closed on our return journey the driver had to deal with some incredible driving situations that lengthened our journey considerably but he dealt with it in a very professional manner showing great patience
The tour was very well organized. We had a fantastic guide (Eli) who informed us with all necessary details not only in Masada but all the time on the way as well as in Kali (Dead Sea - where we stayed nearly two hours). We saw the lowest bar in the world (418 meters below the sea level) and had a rest in the salty water (34 percent). Unforgettable!
We really enjoyed the tour. Alon, our guide, was a really knowledgeable guide who had a lot of interesting things to say. The way from Jerusalem to the dead sea is beautiful. You stop in the desert and pass by Bedouin camp until you reach the dead sea. We had about 2 hours there in the evening, which I recommend, because it is really hot there and the "beach" was pretty empty. Floating is a really a unique and funny experience and you get some nice pictures (even better ones when you cover yourself in the healing mud).
This tour to the Dead Sea and Masada was well organized, educational, and fun. The tour guide, Nili, was quite knowledgeable about the subject matter and presented the information well. Her English was good and she easily went back in forth from English to Spanish. She and the bus driver made some changes to our itinerary in order to avoid some of the crowds but it is difficult nevertheless to avoid all the tours coming through such an exciting area. Despite all these crowds, Nili was able to keep track of us while allowing us time off on our own. The swim in the Dead Sea and the visit to Masada were great. The stop at Ahava was a mad house and we could have done with out it allowing us more time at Masada which we had to cut short because it was getting late.