- $120 for ages 2 and above
- Free for children under 2
- Transfer from the hotel around 9:00 PM, depending on the hotel's location.
- Walking border crossing.
- Transfer within Israel.
- Stop for swimming in the Dead Sea (in the morning from April to November, on the way back in the afternoon from November to March).
- Stop at the Mount of Olives.
- Visit to the Western Wall.
- Visit to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.
- Lunch (buffet) at a restaurant in Bethlehem.
- Visit to the Church of the Nativity.
- Transfer to Sharm El-Sheikh, arrival at the hotel around 1:00 AM.
*The order of activities may vary depending on the flow of tourists.
- Passport and a copy of the passport.
- Water, dry snacks from the hotel, or snacks.
- Water shoes for the Dead Sea.
- Shower gel.
- Comfortable footwear.
- Warm clothing in winter months.
- Money for personal expenses.
- Booking at least 2 days in advance.
- Prepayment of $75 per person, non-refundable if canceled two days before the excursion or denied entry to the territory of Israel by border guards.
- For visiting Israel, an Egyptian visa is not required. The Sinai stamp is sufficient.
- If you plan to visit Cairo after Jerusalem, you need to inform the guide and the representative of the border service to obtain a special permit (free of charge). If you plan excursions to Jerusalem and Cairo, it is recommended to visit Cairo first.
- Citizens of Kazakhstan, Armenia, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Tajikistan are not allowed at the Israeli border.
- Transportation services within Egypt and Israel.
- Transfer in a modern tourist bus with air conditioning and toilet facilities.
- Entrance tickets to all mentioned attractions
- Additional expenses not included in the program
- Drinks at the restaurant
Jerusalem is the capital of Israel and a city with a history that dates back several millennia before the beginning of our era. It is home to sacred sites of three religions: Christianity, Judaism, and Islam.
The Mount of Olives is believed to be the place where resurrection will begin when the Messiah ascends to its summit. The observation platform stands at a height of 793 meters above sea level, making it the highest point among the mountains of Jerusalem.
The Western Wall, also known as the Wailing Wall, is one of the holiest sites in Judaism. It was built approximately between 37 and 4 BCE and is the only remaining part of the Temple Mount fortifications from the reign of Herod the Great. Its official Hebrew name is Kotel Ma’aravi, which translates as the “Western Wall.” The name “Wailing Wall” comes from the worshipers who come to mourn the destruction of the temple. There is also a belief that water droplets appear on the wall, resembling tears. The last time this phenomenon was observed in Jerusalem was in 1940. Over a million notes with the most sacred wishes are left here each year.
The Church of the Holy Sepulchre, also known as the Church of the Resurrection of Christ, is located at the end of the Via Dolorosa, the path that Jesus Christ carried the cross to the place of his crucifixion. It is here that the Holy Fire descends every year on the eve of Orthodox Easter. The church’s premises include Calvary (the hill where the Savior was crucified), the Stone of Anointing (the place where the body was prepared after being taken down from the cross), and the Holy Sepulchre (the rock-cut tomb where Jesus was buried and resurrected on the third day after the crucifixion).
The Church of the Nativity was built on the site of the cave with a manger (Grotto of the Nativity) where Jesus was born. The church’s premises include the Bethlehem Star, indicating the well where Mary washed her son, a depression in the floor marking the location of the Christ’s crib, and an icon of the Virgin Mary with a smiling face.
The Dead Sea is located between Israel and Jordan and is one of the saltiest bodies of water in the world. Due to its high salt content, the water makes the body float, and with the guidance of the guide and following simple recommendations, one can lie on it while reading a newspaper.