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Ein Gedi and Masada Day Trip from Eilat
"Start the tour at 07:15am from Eilat hotels and drive along the Dead Sea to reach Masada. Travel up to Masada in a cable car all the while your guide will explain what you are seeing. See the winding path that was built 2000 years ago by Jewish slaves un the synagogue the water cisterns and more.Drive to En Gedi and visit the spa. Soak in the hot tubs loaded with great minerals to sooth the body. There are six different pools for you to soak in the natural springs enjoy a few hours of pampering here. After enjoying the spa you will go for lunch on the spa premises. After that you will be driven back to your hotel about 18:00 pm."""
From $288.00
 
Masada and the Dead Sea Day Trip from Tel Aviv
"Your day tour begins with a descent into the Judean desert a barren wilderness in the heart of the Holy Land. En-route you will pass the Inn of the Good Samaritan before ascending by cable car to reach the mountaintop site of Masada. The cliff's remoteness and difficult approach made it a perfect fortress and it was here that King Herod built two fortified palaces over 2000 years ago. After exploring the archeological ruins of Masada with your guide you will continue to the Dead Sea past the Ein Gedi oasis and the ancient settlement of Qumran. Here you'll have the opportunity to view the many caves where approximately 900 parchment documents of religious significance were discovered - the fabled Dea
From $114.00
 
Masada and the Dead Sea Day Trip from Jerusalem
"Your day tour begins with a descent into the Judean desert a barren wilderness in the heart of the Holy Land. En-route you will pass the Inn of the Good Samaritan before ascending by cable car to reach the mountaintop site of Masada. The cliff's remoteness and difficult approach made it a perfect fortress and it was here that King Herod built two fortified palaces over 2000 years ago. After exploring the archeological ruins of Masada with your guide you will continue to the Dead Sea past the Ein Gedi oasis and the ancient settlement of Qumran. Here you'll have the opportunity to view the many caves where approximately 900 parchment documents of religious significance were discovered - the fabled Dea
From $105.00

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Cook out in Ein Gedi, near the dead sea

Buy all the necessary for a cookout.You can gather your own wood and just start cook out fire. It was a fun and good way to meet new friends like the Argentinian Elizabeth Keitelman who won the first...
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Visit the deserts. There are...

Visit the deserts. There are three deserts in Israël: Negev, Massada and Herodium. Herodium is more like a huge desertmountain. Massada is easily to reach from Engedi. It's best to go organized or...
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Bible Lands Museum

We did not enter, as by the time we arrived, 16.00 on Wednesdays they close, we try too to visit also the Israel Museum at that time ... snif snif No luck! This museum focus on the history, cultures...
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Biblical Zoo

From mgmor's Jerusalem Page: "If you're a family with children or a romantic couple or jusl like the nature life you can spand a few hours in the beautyfull zoo located 30 minutes on bus from city...
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Church of St. Peter

this will be my pictures of High priest Caiaphas Palace, which is located underneath the Church. located at the eastern Slope of Mount Zion, just a stone's throw away from the Dormition Abbey and the...
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King David Tomb

King David is the most known of Jewish Kings of the Old Testament and from his lineage Saint Joseph and Jesus came from. His tomb is located at a nondescript part at the ground floor of the Ruins of...
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Dormition Abbey

the biblical site of the Last Supper (known as the Cenaculum or Upper Room in latin) is located at the Dormition Abbey Compound in Mount Zion and part of the room is actually a mosque with a partially...
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Mishkenot Sha'ananim

The first Jewish neighbourhood outside the old city walls, Mishkenot Sha'ananim (peaceful habitation) was built by Sir Moses Montefiore in the 1860s in answer to the overcrowding inside the Old City....
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iblatt

"Ein Gedi: Oasis by the Dead Sea"
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Ekaterinburg

"An Oasis in the Desert"
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ezaguryk

"Desert - Dead Sea"
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