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From Tel Aviv: Full-Day Trip to Petra with Roundtrip Flights

1. From Tel Aviv: Full-Day Trip to Petra with Roundtrip Flights

Please arrive at Ben Guiron Airport in Tel Aviv 1 hour before your 6:40 AM flight. An hour later, you will arrive at Roman Airport in Eilat, where your driver will pick you up. From there, ride to the Arava border and sass through border control and customs at 8:45 AM. This could take up to 1 hour. On the Jordon side of the border, transfer to a new model air-conditioned car/van/bus and head towards Petra. The transport time is approximately 2.5 hours on a vast and comfortable highway. After traveling along a beautiful scenic route on the mountainside, arrive at Petra’s historical site, and see why it has been named one of the 7 New Wonders of the World. At 11:30 AM, begin your guided tour of the site at the entrance. Included in your package is an optional horseback ride for the first 200 meters of the route. (Tipping the carrier is required, between $2-5 at your discretion.) At 3:30 PM, enjoy lunch at an authentic local restaurant. Leaving Petra at 4:30 PM, stop at a few observation points and enjoy the beautiful desert landscape of Wadi Ram on the way back to the border. You’ll be dropped off at the Eilat Central Bus Station at 7:00 PM, with plenty of time to catch the shuttle to the Ramon Airport for your 8:55 PM flight to Ben Guiron in Tel Aviv.

Tel Aviv: Private Airport Transfers to/from Hotel

2. Tel Aviv: Private Airport Transfers to/from Hotel

Meet your driver at the Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport or in your hotel lobby, where your driver will be be holding a signboard with your name on it. Ride in an air-conditioned car or van to your accommodation or the airport in Tel Aviv. Your driver will offer you assistance and see you safely to your destination. You can choose a private transfer for either your arrival flight or your departure flight. For maximum convenience, select the roundtrip option and enjoy a private transfer both ways. Private cars, vans, minibuses and buses are available, depending on the number of passengers in your group.

From Tel Aviv: Jerusalem and Bethlehem Private Tour

3. From Tel Aviv: Jerusalem and Bethlehem Private Tour

Your private tour to Jerusalem and Bethlehem starts at the Mount of Olives and descends to the garden of Gethsemane, the Church of all Nations, then onto the Kidron Valley. Visit the Dormition Church on Mount Zion and the Coenaculum. Enter the Old City through the Zion gate walking through the Armenian Quarter to the Byzantine Cardo and then onto the Kotel or Western Wall. Next, follow the stations of the cross to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher before enjoying the markets in the old city. Upon arrival in Bethlehem, switch to a local guide and walk throughout Manger Square to the Church of the Nativity with its grotto and altar dedicated to the three wise men. Pass the small Armenian Chapel of Kings and head to the Crusader Church. Finally, stop at the Shepherds field to see the tent-shaped chapel and its panels depicting Jesus’ life.

From Tel Aviv: Self-Guided Akko Day Tour by Train & Tastings

4. From Tel Aviv: Self-Guided Akko Day Tour by Train & Tastings

Take yourself on a self-guided adventure and travel by train from Tel Aviv along the beautiful Meditareann Sea to Akko. Once you arrive at Akko Station, use your public transport pass on the bus or stroll until you reach the old town of Akko. First, pick up your combo tickets at the Akko Visitor's Center and get some local tips from the staff. Then, you will be fully equipped for a day of exploration. Visit the famous Knight Halls and pick up an audio guide to learn about the crusaders who conquered the port city over 1,000 years ago. Continue to the 18th-century Turkish bath, Hamam al-Basha, where you will learn from your audio guide about the location's importance to the locals.  Walk through the colorful bazaar to the famous Templar Tunnel and learn who built this exit to the sea and how they constructed it. You can also visit the Okashi Museum for Japanese art or the Treasures in the Walls Museum, which details the history of immigrants from the 19th century. Then, take the time to stroll around the old town market and sample great local food. When you have enjoyed Akko and the sea to the fullest, take the train back to Tel Aviv.

Jerusalem: Private Airport Transfers to/from Hotel

5. Jerusalem: Private Airport Transfers to/from Hotel

Meet your driver at the Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport, who’ll be holding a signboard with your name on it. Ride in an air-conditioned car or van to your accommodation in Jerusalem. Your driver will also offer you assistance and see you safely to the reception of your hotel. Choose between private transfer for either your arriving or departing flight. For maximum convenience, select the round trip option and enjoy a private transfer both ways. Private cars, taxis, vans, minibuses and buses are available depending upon the number of passenger.

Tel Aviv and Old Jaffa Private Tour

6. Tel Aviv and Old Jaffa Private Tour

Get to know Tel Aviv and Old Jaffa intimately on a private 4-hour tour with an expert art-historian guide. The tour begins in 4,000-year-old Jaffa, an old-world port dating to Phoenician, Roman, and Crusader times. Explore the archaeological ruins and winding alleyways. Admire the UNESCO-listed Bauhaus architecture on Rothschild Boulevard and its surrounding area. Along the boulevard, you will see the Independence Hall where the State of Israel was declared. Explore the numerous museums throughout North Tel Aviv including the Diaspora Museum, the Rabin Museum, and the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. Once finding your way to the South of the city, your guide will explain the area's rich biblical history. It is the ancient port of the Holy Land and the location where Jonah and the Whale occurred. Wander through the streets and enjoy the market on your Tel Aviv custom tour. Less than one hour away from Tel Aviv are plenty of other places to visit including Neot Kedumim, Latrun, and Mini Israel (with advance notice).

Herzliya: Private Airport Transfer

7. Herzliya: Private Airport Transfer

Meet your driver at the Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport or in your hotel lobby, where your driver will be holding a signboard with your name on it. Ride in an air-conditioned car or van to or from your accommodation and appreciate luggage service. Choose a private transfer for either your arrival flight or your departure flight. Select the roundtrip option for ultimate convenience and enjoy a private transfer both ways. Select from a variety of sized vehicles, depending on your group.

From Tel Aviv: Private Jerusalem Highlights Van Tour

8. From Tel Aviv: Private Jerusalem Highlights Van Tour

Visit a number of holy and significant sites for both Christianity and Judaism on a private tour of Jerusalem. Travel in the comfort of an air-conditioned minivan between locations, learning about each site from your local guide. Best of all, customize your tour to fit your preferences. Start with a pickup from your hotel in Tel Aviv. Then head to your first stop: the Mount of Olives. Marvel at the sweeping views of earth-colored houses and sparse green trees below you before descending to the Church of Agony and the Gardens of Gethsemane. Next, enter the Old City through the famous Dung Gate, which represents the need for cleansing physically and spiritually. Then stop at the Western Wall, the most sacred place to Jews today before visiting the Crusader Church of St. Anne and the ruins of the Pool of Bethesda. Walk the famous Via Dolorosa following Jesus' path to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the site where he was crucified. Continue your tour to spend some time in the markets and along the Byzantine Cardo, the main street in Ancient Roman cities, before leaving the Old City via the Zion Gate. Walk around Mount Zion and the tomb of King David, as well as the Room of the Last Supper. Time permitting, visit the Church of Peter Gallicantu and the Garden Tomb before heading back to your hotel in Tel Aviv.

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