Location
Jerusalem
starting from
502
per person (+ VAT)
Group Size
30
max people
Duration
Full Day
Discover Jerusalem & The Dead Sea
starting from

502

per person (+ VAT)

Discover the history and sacred sights of Jerusalem combined with a culinary  chef workshop and meal

Full Day
15 - 30
Dress Code
Comfortable Clothing
Good For/Benefits
Employee Appreciation, Team Bonding, Learning
Languages
English, Hebrew, Russian
Activity Includes
Facilitator
Payment Terms
Cancellation Policy
Restrictions
To visit Jerusalem's sacred sights please make sure participants are dressed modestly, covering the shoulders and knees. A Shawl for women is recommended.
Pitaya Expert Tip
During the hot days of summer don't forget to bring sunscreen, a hat and sunglasses!

8:00 AM Your private licensed guide and vehicle will pick you up at your hotel in Tel Aviv, you will then continue on to the Dead Sea.


Part 1:  The Old City of Jerusalem will introduce you to this place of intense sanctity to Jews, Christians and Muslims, where holy sites tumble over each other.  Your expert guide will unpeel layers of history and provide an overview of what Jerusalem means to the three monotheistic religions.  Amongst other sites, you will visit the sites most holy to these three faiths, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the Kotel (Western Wall of the Second Temple) and Dome of the Rock.
Part 2: Visiting Mahane Yehuda market you will find yourself surrounded by a plethora of sights, smells and tastes, and the colorful hustle and bustle of Jerusalem life. Your guide will show you little known, hidden away gems, and will also explain how Mahane Yehuda serves as a symbol of Israel’s immigrant culture.  You will see foods from all parts of the world, and will understand how culinary trends have mixed and influenced each other – just as immigrants from the four corners of the world have preserved their own traditions, and yet integrated to create a unified Israeli culture.
Part 3: Luxuriate in the Dead Sea waters to experience the healing, beautifying and rejuvenating powers of this ancient, briny sea. Wellness-seeking pilgrims have been coming here for 5,000 years. You’ll enjoy a local beach where you can float on the Dead Sea, cover yourself in the therapeutic muds of the sea and sunbath. * Includes, private mini van, guide, entrance fee to Dead Sea beach plus towel, lasting lunch in Machane Yehuda Market