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Jerusalem, Bethlehem and Dead Sea tour from Tel Aviv

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Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
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icon12 hours  (Approx.)
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iconOffered in: English

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Round trip. pickup and drop off service.
Guided tour in Bethlehem and Jerusalem
Entry fees to sites including private Dead Sea beach.
At a Dead Sea souvenirs shop we receive explanation of the Ahava products (no obligation to buy)
On a trip to Bethlehem we stop for short time at a local souvenir shop
Health insurance.
Please come to the holy places with modest clothing or shoulder cover
Lunch
Kaufmann St 12, Tel Aviv-Yafo, 61501, Israel

Return Details

Returns to original departure point
HaYarkon St 250, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

Return Details

Returns to original departure point
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Near public transportation
  • Infant seats available
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 25 travelers
  • OPERATED BY Fun Time Tour & Travel

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What is the maximum group size during Jerusalem, Bethlehem and Dead Sea tour from Tel Aviv?
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This activity will have a maximum of 25 travelers.

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Nice day
Mathieu_T
, Mar 2020
Guide in Jerusalem was very good. Bethleem was a bit too crowded and we didn’t spend enough time aT Dead Sea!
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star-5
Great trip!
Katie_F
, Mar 2020
This was a great tour - it starts early but it means you beat the queues at the Church of the Nativity. In Jerusalem you visit the Church of the Sepulchre but you don’t have time to touch the place of crucifixion or to go into the replica tomb as the queues are mental and would take all day! We were happy just to wander around the church. The Dead Sea is fine, but I would recommend doing just a Bethlehem & Jerusalem trip and then visit the Dead Sea from a hotel in Jordan if you have time! Overall an excellent trip!
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Disappointment
ANDREAS_S
, Mar 2020
Once we arrived in Jerusalem, we asked the tour guide, Tali, in total 5 times if we are visiting the holy grave. the reply was always "Yes, later''. All four of us patiently waited since we respected the flow of the tour. We entered the gate which was closer to the Armenian area,(first time we asked about the holy grave), we walked to the Jewish area were we made a stop for about 15 minutes for the Jewish people to pray (second time we asked about the holy grave), then we headed to the Muslim area (third time we asked about the holy grave), once we entered the Christian area the tour guide took us to a souvenir shop which she worked with (fourth time we asked about the holy grave) after the souvenir shop, the tour guide said it was time to rest and have lunch to a restaurant she chose (fifth time we asked about the holy grave). please take note that the whole time that we were made to spent at the shop and restaurant was about 1hour and 45 minutes. Once we finally arrived to the church with the holy grave the time was 13:45. The tour guide asked us to meet back at the church steps in 15 minutes. We entered the church and the queue in front of us was as long as a 1 hour wait.. As you can imagined we didn't get to enter the Holy Grave which was a huge disappointment as this was one of the main reasons we visited Jerusalem. I exited the church crying from the disappointment i felt and I told Tali (the tour guide) that how she acted was not nice, she told me that the waiting time to enter the Holy Grave is always about 1and a half hour wait. Since we asked her many times about the Holy Grave, she could have told us from the beginning that the queue is always so long. We could have skipped the restaurant and shop and move straight to the church. No reply from her. I understand she was doing her job, but since she saw how excited we were to visit the Holy Grave she could have warned us.
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Full day tour
Mike_V
, Mar 2020
Very nice tour. A lot of great areas covered. If your are to book 1 tour while in Tel Aviv make sure this one is it!
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Worth it
Kirk
, Mar 2020
Very Disappointing start pick up @615 however 40min late! Once we got going a great taster of Bethlehem, Jerusalem and the Dead Sea. Good tour guide for Bethlethem, Jerusalem tour guide good but in instances a little ritus. The bus was smelly and very hot, no music whatsoever hence uncomfortable journey. All in all okay for the Money
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Okay Could Have Been Better
KHDee
, Mar 2020
The tour was very informative. The driver did a great job on giving extra information. The tour guide in Jerusalem could have done a better job.
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Trip
Kamila_R
, Feb 2020
It should be a little more time in Jerusalem but a trip was very nice. Our guide in Betlehem was great and a bus driver was excellent 🙂
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star-5
Excellent Experiance
Andrea
, Feb 2020
Excellent experience from all points of view. The guides in Bethlehem and Jerusalem, as well as for the final visit to the Dead Sea, proved to be very professional, with complete and exhaustive descriptions and comments and maximum willingness to answer any historical-folkloristic questions. Taking into account that this is a very extensive tour to do in the day, there are necessarily tight times but we were able to visit everything planned with reasonable residence times and appropriate to the importance of the places visited. 100% satisfaction :))
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Jersusalem, Bthlehem, Dead Sea- review
Alina_R
, Feb 2020
Very Good organisation and timing, nice atomsphere and scheduke of sightseeing. Tourist guides were well prepared and informed.
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Jerusalem Bethlehem & Dead Sea
Mercy_M
, Feb 2020
We were picked up at 6.45am and then en route the other bus broke down so we collected more passengers. We then waited around a large hotel for the rest of the group to join us. The waiting around was frustrating but once we got going inside Jerusalem the tour was good. We entered via the Armenian quarter and on to the Western or Wailing wall, we then walked through theuslim quarter passed the Dome of the Rock and into the Christian quarter where we went inside the Church of the Holy Sepelchure where you can see Jesus's tomb and the stone he was laid after crucifixion. We then went for lunch and then spent some time at the gift shops. Part two, we drove to Bethlehem and went straight up the hill to the church of the Nativity to the spot where Jesus was born. Which is now a small underground spot with a star built into the floor to mark the point. And then visited the church next door before being taken to another gift shop. Part three was the best: The Dead Sea.... Bring shorts & T shirts we went in Feb but the water was still warm and well worth a float around and a paddle. Would have liked more time here to rub the mud on our skin and let it dry as the health benefits are meant to be excellent but we got here 20 mins before the beach closed. As long as you know this trip will run late and is a little disorganized but I still enjoyed it and we got around more sights then we could have done on our own. Make sure you bring some tips for the local tour guides as the will ask you for them after showing you around.
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