12th to 20th May, 2018

Rs. 81,500 + 5% GST

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Tel Aviv - Nazareth - Jerusalem

Swim in the Dead Sea. Walk where Jesus calmed a storm and where he walked on water. Take a ride in the steepest cable car in the world. From deserts to cities, one religion to another religion and different cultures to untouched nature; check out how quickly everything changes in this land.



Rosh Hanikra
Sea action (waves) on this white chalk cliff on the Mediterranean coast of North Israel opens up into spectacular caves and tunnels (grottoes) that were once only accessible to native swimmers and divers. Today you can take a ride in the steepest cable car in the World (at 60 degrees gradient) and make you way down to these beautiful grottoes.

Old City of Jerusalem
Inhabited for over 3,500 years and so central to Christians, Jewish and Muslim people, Jerusalem is a melting pot of religion, culture, architecture, food and a whole lot more. Check out this ancient city as you stuff yourself with the delicious munchies around every corner.

Dead Sea
At over 400 meters below sea level, the Dead Sea is the lowest point on the face of the Earth. It is 10 times as salty as the ocean making it impossible for plants and animals to flourish; hence its name. It’s the perfect place for you to float in the waters, as you read a book or cover your body with its therapeutic mud.


  • Airport pick up from Ben Gurion International Airport, to your hotel in Tel Aviv on Day 1. 
     * Recommended flight - Turkish Airlines (TK 786 ) arriving at 3:35 PM.
  • Accommodation:
    • Tel Aviv, Nazareth, Jerusalem: On a double sharing basis in A.C rooms in hostels (8 nights)
  • All intercity transfers by road (AC Mini Van):
    • Tel Aviv to Nazareth
    • Nazareth to Jerusalem
    • Jerusalem to Tel Aviv 
  • Activities:
    • Day trip to Haifa, Acre(Akko) and Rosh Hanikra on Day 3
    • Day trip to Sea Of Galilee & Golan Hieghts on Day 4
    • Cooking workshop & dinner on Day 4
    • Walking tour of Nazareth on Day 5 
    • Pub Crawl on Day 5
    • Day trip to Masada, Ein Gedi & Dead Sea on Day 6
    • Travel and entrance fees for activities listed below:
      • Rosh Hanikra (including cable car down to the caves and tunnels) 
      • Banias Nature reserve 
      • Masada (including cable car) 
      • Ein Gedi Nature reserve 
      • Dead Sea 
      • City of David only Entry
  • Meals
    • Daily breakfasts – after all it is the most important meal in the day
  • Airport drop to Ben Gurion International Airport, on Day 9.
    * Recommended flight - Turkish Airways (TK 785) departing at 10:00 AM 


  • Return tickets to Israel (India – Tel Aviv - India), and travel insurance. 
  • Visas
    *Approval of visas is at the sole discretion of the concerned embassy.
  • Transport within cities unless explicitly stated in includes section.
  • All activities unless specifically stated in includes section.
  • Entrance fees and zone fees to the sights unless specifically mentioned in includes section.
  • Trips and gratuities.
  • Meals unless explicitly stated in includes section.
  • Late / early pick up or drop to the airport.

Please note that trip participants must be over 18 years of age.


Tel Aviv, Nazareth & jerusalem: Double Sharing A.C. rooms in top rated hostels.


Day 1

  • Arrive at Ben Gurion International Airport (Tel Aviv) and transfer to hostel.
  • Check into your hostel and once you’ve rested, head out to Jaffa, The Old City:
    • A mix of Jewish, European, and Arab sensibilities, Jaffa is like stepping into another world. Walk through its winding lanes as you take in the scents of hot spices and traditional cooking. Hear many languages spoken at the same time as take in the art on its walls and history around every corner.
  • Head back to the hostel and get ready cause the first night of your trip should be a party night!

Day 2

  • Wake up. Be healthy and eat breakfast.
  • Hop onto your shuttle and head to the “Arab Capital” of Israel, Nazareth.
  • Check into your hostel, a 200 year old Arab mansion which in 2014 was rated among the top 10 hostels in world.
  • For the rest of the day you’re free to do as you please:
    • Wander the charming alleyways and streets of Nazareth and make you way to the old town’s bazaar with spice shops where mounds of colorful spices & dried fruit are on display.
    • Watch how coffee is made and sample the locally produced coffee.
    • You can also visit the White Mosque or Mary of Nazareth where a first century house was found underground.
  • Get back to your hostel for some socialising and chilling.
  • Rest well cause tomorrow is going to be a long day.

Day 3

  • Wake up early, eat breakfast and head for your day trip to Haifa, Acre (Akko) and Rosh Hanikra
  • Get into you shuttle and let the traveller in you awaken:
    • First stop are the cliffs of Mount Precipice. Jesus is said to have survived an angry mob that tried to throw Jesus off the cliffs here. You can take in the view of the Israel Valley from this 400 meter high sloped mountain.
    • Next up is an Olive Press near Tzipori. It’s the way olive oil is extracted and from here you can also can see the many beautiful olive groves.
    • Continue your journey to the city of Haifa. This holy city to the Bahai faith, its many sacred and majestic Bahai gardens are your next stop.
    • Next stop is the ancient city of UNESCO World Heritage Centre of Acre (Akko) where you can explore its old city walls, crusader fortresses, lighthouse and mosque. Head to the bustling marketplace where you can grab lunch.
    • The last stop of the day are the grottoes (caves and tunnels) of Rosh Hanikra. The cable car ride down from the top of the cliff to the caves is at a gradient of 60 degrees making it the steepest cable car ride in the world.
      • A unique geological formation, the Rosh Hanikra grottoes were formed by strong waves crashing into the chalk cliffs, forming caves and tunnels at the bottom of the cliffs.
    • It’s been a full day. Head back to Nazareth from some much needed downtime.
  • Chill out at the hostel common area or head out for some dinner depending your energy levels. Cause tomorrow is a heavy day too.

Day 4

  • Wake up at stupid o’clock. Have a quick breakfast and be ready to head out.
  • Today your trips are to the Sea of Galilee & Golan Heights:
    • First up is Capernaum, the adopted town of Jesus on the banks of the Sea of Galilee aka Lake Kinneret. It’s the largest fresh-water lake in the Middle East and the lowest fresh water lake in the world, 200 meters below sea level.
    • Next up is Mount of Beatitudes where Jesus famously preached his Sermon on the Mount, You can enter the beautiful Roman Catholic Franciscan Chapel, with stunning views of the Sea of Galilee and the valley below.
    • Next is a scenic drive through the Galilee region to the famous Banias Nature Reserve. It is near here where Peter first told Jesus that he was the Christ – the Messiah.
      • Found in Upper Golan, the Banias Nature Reserve contains natural and historical beauty to ruins of ancient cities to the roaring Banias Waterfall – the biggest waterfall in Israel.
    • Move onto a watering hole. It’s time to develop your wine palate at the Odem Winery. Sample away at this boutique winery.
    • Continue onto the summit of Mount Bental where you can grab lunch. Take in the amazing views of Galilee, Golan and Syria.
      • Mount Bental is also a dormant volcano with a crater-like feature which can be seen from the summit.
    • Last up is a beach on shores of the Sea of Galilee. You’ve earned some beach time, before you head back.
  • For those with energy, there’s a cooking workshop at the hostel you can go for. Learn the local styles and marvel at your dinner that you’ve made for yourself.
  • Walk around the streets and take it easy. You’ve earned it.

Day 5

  • Wake up with ease and eat breakfast.
  • Take a walking tour through the Nazareth Old city and check out anything you missed something on Day 2.
  • Get back to the hostel and take your bus to Jerusalem, where you should arrive by 5:00 PM.
  • Head out to explore the city and eat your dinner.
  • Get back to the hostel by 9:00 PM cause tonight is party night. You’re going out for a pub crawl.

Day 6

  • Stupid o’clock wake up again. Eat breakfast and nurse that hangover.
  • Today’s trips are to Masada, Ein Gedi, and Dead Sea
    • Make your way through the beautiful Judean Desert to one of the top tourist attractions, the Masada Fortress.
      • Take a cable car ride to the top of the fortress where you can enjoy spectacular views across the Dead Sea to the Moabite mountains in Jordan.
      • History buffs can also explore the ruins of this fortress which dates back to before Christ.
    • A short distance on is your next stop, the Ein Gedi Nature Reserve. Featuring spectacular beauty, varied landscapes and botanical gardens it is one of the most beautiful places in Israel and you can hike around and cool off besides on of its many pools.
    • Move on to the last stop for the day, the lowest point on Earth, The Dead Sea. Float in its saline water as you read a book and then immerse yourself in its therapeutic mud.
      • Try the original mud pack (by literally picking up the mud in the water) and feel the pull on your skin as it get years younger.
    • Take in the view of the Judean Desert once again as you head back to Jerusalem for some much needed downtime.

Day 7

  • Catch up on some much needed sleep and wake up with ease.
  • You’ve earned yourself a free day to do as you please. And there are tons of options:
    • Walk along the City Walls: The Old City of Jerusalem and its Walls are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Walk to the top of the city wall and take in the awesome views of Jerusalem.
    • Put a Written Prayer in the Western Wall: Also known as the Wailing Wall this is one of the holiest sites in Jerusalem. Believed to have a direct line to heaven you can write a prayer and put it into cracks of the stones of wall to get your message delivered.
    • Church of the Holy Sepulchre: Built on the site of the crucifixion of Jesus the church is a major site for Christians and totally worth it even if you are not religious
    • Tunnels of the City of David: Walk through what were the aqua ducts of the place where Jerusalem was founded, over 3 millennia ago. Be prepared to get a little wet. And bring a torch.
    • The Dome of Rock Mosque: Said to be one of the most holy sites in Islam, you can admire this dome, which is over 1,000 years old and is located in Mount Temple.
    • Eat till you can Eat No More: The Yahuda Market in Jerusalem is the place to go on an empty stomach. Let the smells of the spices make you even more hungry and then munch away till you’ve tried a little of everything.
  • Head back to the hostel and make friends or strike up a conversation with other travellers. After all they say, the best conversation you’ll ever have is with a stranger!

Day 8

  • Wake up, eat your breakfast, check out and take the bus to Tel Aviv.
  • Drop off your bags and head out for a free day in Tel Aviv
    • For the history buffs who haven’t had enough, you can make your way to Caesarea. Located between Tel Aviv and Haifa you can take a bus and make your way to this site of ancient roman ruins, by the sea. It’s famous for its restored harbour and amphitheatre.
    • For those looking for a lazy day, you can head for a beach day. Make your way to the popular Gordon Beach or Jaffa Beach and spend the rest of the day doing nothing.
    • For shoppers a must see is Carmel Market. This bustling market has everything being sold here, from fresh produce to clothing to little trinkets you might want to take back home with you.
    • If you want to check out the hub for Hipsters, then make your way to Florentine. This area with an edgy vibe has Israel’s first street art gallery and whole lot of bohemian cafes, laid back bars and you might even catch a live jazz band.
  • For the evening we recommend everyone (not just the beach bums) head over to the beach to catch the sunset. Let the inner photographer in you awaken!
  • Get back to your hostel and get ready for a heavy night of partying. They say Tel Aviv doesn’t sleep and you can put that to test.

Day 9

  • Wake up, eat breakfast as you nurse your hangover and check out.
  • All good things have come to an end. It’s time to go home.

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