(HTA 22)

14 days / 13 nights

Included in the tour:

13 nights accommodations .
Sightseeing: mentioned below in the program.
Admissions to: mentioned below in the program.
Deluxe air-conditioned motorcoach throughout.
Multilingual escort throughout tour .

Note:  in Israel, tours of holy sites require modest dress (no shorts or sleeveless shirts for men or women ), head covering passports required for entrance into the Knesset, Which might be closed without prior notice.
on Fridays, there is no entrance to the temple mount, or passing through Jericho .on Saturday or Jewish holidays no entrance to Rachel's tomb.


Day 1

Arrive at Cairo Airport, meet and assist you through customs.
Board your motorcoach to the hotel. The rest of the day is free to explore the streets, shops and to enjoy the Cairo area.
Overnight: The Hotel


Day 2

Morning departure to Giza, visiting one of the seven wonders of the world "The Pyramids of Cheops, Chephren, and Mycerinus".
Not far from the Pyramids, you explore and photograph "The Great Sphinx of Giza", that large statue which is the one of most famous monuments in the whole world. Then visit the capital of Upper and Lower Egypt some 5000 years ago, "Memphis".
We continue to visit the first pyramid has been built in ancient Egypt, "Sakkara".
Through this historic route, you visit the factories of hand-made carpets and papyrus and perfumes institutes.
Overnight: The Hotel.


Day 3

Starting our tour by visiting the Egyptian Museum, which offers visitors a chance to acquaint themselves with Egypt's ancient history over a period of 50 centuries.
Afterward, we begin a sightseeing tour of Old Cairo, visiting the Citadel, its construction was initiated in 1776, and visiting the Alabaster Mosque.
Facing the Citadel is the Mosque of Sultan Hassan, perhaps the most majestic monument of Arab architecture in Egypt.
The tour also includes a visit to Khan el Khalili, a famous Cairo bazaar, dating back to the late 14'h century. Afterward, board your motorcoach and settle back and enjoy your trip southward to Luxor.
Overnight: The Coach.


Day 4

Morning, arrival Luxor," The One Hundred Gated City", transfer to the hotel, then begin our tour by bus in the East Bank, visit the Temple of Luxor which was built by the two pharaohs: Amenhotep III and Ramses II, visit Karnak Temples, the greatest place of worship in history.
Overnight: The Hotel


Day 5

Morning, you begin your tour in the West Bank, visit the Colossi of Memnon, then to the Valley of the Kings and Deir el - Bahari Temple.
Overnight: The Hotel.


Day 6

Morning, board motorcoach eastward, passing by the majestic mountains of the Eastern Desert, then via the intriguing coastal route along the Red Sea on a scenic drive to Hurghada, arrive at the hotel.
Overnight: The Hotel.


Day 7

Entire day at leisure to explore the town which ringed by mountains, desert, a clean sandy shore, and a clear blue sea, and where visitors are seeking recreation rather than a luxurious life.
Overnight: The Hotel.


Day 8

The full-day is free to enjoy Scuba diving, snorkeling deep sea, fishing, and underwater photography in this unique city.
Overnight: The Hotel.



Morning at leisure.
Evening, departure by bus northwards along the Red Sea coast, crossing the Suez Canal to the north of Sinai Peninsula, where palm-shaded sandy beaches stretch along the Mediterranean shore, eastwards Rafah Border.
Overnight: The Coach.


Day 10

Morning crossing Rafah Border to Israel, passing by Gaza, Ashdod, then eastwards Jerusalem. Enter the Old City for a walking tour, which includes the recently restored Jewish Quarter, visit the "Cardo" and the Western Wall, the only remnant left of the outer wall of the Second Temple. Proceed to the Temple Mount, visit the Dome of the Rock and El-Aksa Mosque. Walk the 14 Stations of the way of the Cross ( Via Dolorosa), through the Moslem and the Christian Quarters, to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Enjoy a magnificent view of the Old City from the Mount of Olives. Visit King David's Tomb, the Dormition Abbey, and the Room of the Last Supper on Mount Zion. Then Proceed to Bethlehem, visit the Church of the Nativity, tour the site marking the birthplace of Jesus. Visit Rachel's Tomb on the way back to Jerusalem.
Overnight: The Hotel.



Day 11

Morning, drive via the Judean Desert eastwards the Dead Sea, about 400 meters below sea level (lowest spot on Earth ).
Visit Massada, remains of the fortress built by Herod the Great, and the last stronghold of the Zealots.
Take a chance for a unique bathing experience in the Dead Sea.
Continue through the desert oasis of Ein Gedi, then via Jericho, the lowest and oldest city in the world, back to Jerusalem.
Overnight: The Hotel.


Day 12

Morning, check out and drive in a visit to Jerusalem( the New City ).
Visit the Israeli Parliament, the Knesset, passing the President's Mansion.
On to the Bible Lands Museum, which houses fascinating collections depicting the cultures and civilizations of the ancient lands of the Bible.
Continue for a visit to "Yad Vashem", a memorial to the six million Jews who perished in the Holocaust. Then drive back to Rafah Border, cross it to the Sinai Peninsula, then cross the Suez Canal to arrive Cairo by night, where you check in your hotel.
Overnight: The Hotel.


Day 13

The full day to enjoy Cairo, the facilities, and the great outdoors.
Overinght: The Hotel.


Day 14

Check out of the hotel, board your motorcoach to the airport for final departure, and end the tour.

Airport - Cairo Center
Cairo Center - Pyramids of Giza
Cairo Center - Memphis & Sakkara
Cairo - Luxor
Luxor -Hurghada
Hurghada - Rafah Border
Rafah Border - Jerusalem
Rafah Border - Cairo

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