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Private Tour: Masada and Dead Sea Day Trip from Tel Aviv
"Start your tour with a pickup from your centrally located hotel or prearranged location in Tel Aviv and travel by private vehicle through the Judean Desert to Masada near the Dead Sea. As this is a private tour feel free to ask your guide to customize your itinerary to suit your interests perhaps with more time to enjoy a particular site.As you travel look out for the Inn of the Good Samaritan the place linked with the famous biblical parable
From $110.00
 
Private Tour: Masada and the Dead Sea Day Trip from Jerusalem
"Masada –We will ride up to the famous fortress on the top of the mountain by a cable car and visit the magnificent remains of King Herod’s palace.There we will also get to walk through the ruins of Masada and learn the dramatic story of the last Jewish battle against the Roman Empire that took place there.Dead Sea-Enjoy a relaxing and a therapeutic experience. The Dead Sea is a world wonder. The mineral water and the special weather are we we will visit one of the most splendid beaches of the Dead Sea. There we will float in the miraculous salty water apply the well – known mineral mud and mostly relax and enjoy ourselves.(Optional) The Ein Gedi Reserve –A beautiful oasis in the Judean desert that is rich with animals as well as with tropical trees. There we will hike through the wonderful resort and learn about the top the most important treasure of the state of Israel (preserved today in the Israel Museum). We will visit in the residence of the Judea desert sect also called the “Essenes” explore the findings in the site and be fascinated by the manuscripts that open us a window for the daily lives of the sects and the Jewish community as a whole at the end the second temple era
From $480.00
 
Private Tour: Masada and the Dead Sea Day Trip from Tel Aviv
"Masada:We will ride up to the famous fortress on the top of the mountain by a cable car and visit the magnificent remains of King Herod’s palace.There we will also get to walk through the ruins of Masada and learn the dramatic story of the last Jewish battle against the Roman Empire that took place there.Dead Sea:Enjoy a relaxing and a therapeutic experience. The Dead Sea is a world wonder. The mineral water and the special weather are well k we will visit one of the most splendid beaches of the Dead Sea. There we will float in the miraculous salty water apply the well – known mineral mud and mostly relax and enjoy ourselves.(Optional) The Ein Gedi Reserve:A beautiful oasis in the Judean desert that is rich with animals as well as with tropical trees. There we will hike through the wonderful resort and learn about the top secr the most important treasure of the state of Israel (preserved today in the Israel Museum). We will visit in the residence of the Judea desert sect also called the “Essenes” explore the findings in the site and be fascinated by the manuscripts that open us a window for the daily lives of the sects and the Jewish community as a whole at the end the second temple era
From $560.00

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