Travelers on these wonderful journeys will become acquainted with Israel’s most important cultural, biblical and historical sites.
If you are looking for tours in Israel that offer a pleasant introduction to Israeli history and modern culture wrapped into one tour, America Israel Tours’s classical Israel tours are perfect for you! What better way to experience everything you want and so much more when you travel to Israel than on a guided tour that stops at some of the most interesting and breathtaking sites in all of Israel? You will have the unique opportunity to see historic places such as Caesarea, Haifa and Nazareth; museums such as the Diaspora and Israel Museums; have lunch in a Druze village in Mount Carmel, enjoy wine tasting in the Golan Heights, eat dinner in a Middle Eastern restaurant in Jerusalem, see a sound and light show at the Tower of David, float in the Dead Sea; and spend 2 free days relaxing, shopping or sightseeing on your own in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem!
Tourists who travel to Israel on this tour experience everything mentioned in the previous tour plus and in-depth north-to-south exploration of Israel! Unlike other tours to Israel, America Israel Tours’s In Depth Classical Tour allows travelers to experience the southern portion of the Negev desert, Air force Museum, Sde Boker, Mitzpeh Ramon, Timna, Eilat Mamshit, as well as a Bedouin village. Travelers will also have the opportunity on our tour to Israel to see memorable sites of Northern Israel such as Yad Vashem (Holocaust Memorial), the Sea of Galilee and the summit of Mount Carmel. Israel trips are simply better with America Israel Tours.
For travelers who do not want to miss a thing in the incredible country of Israel, the “Ultimate Classical Israel” tour is the ideal choice. Those who join this tour will experience all the appealing features of the 14 Day In Depth Classical Israel Tour but will also have the opportunity to spend extra time in Tel Aviv, exploring the city and visiting Independence Hall, Yad Mordechai, the Diaspora Museum, eating lunch at a Druze village in the Carmel Mt., wine tasting in the Golan Heights, having dinner in a Middle Eastern Restaurant, watching a sound and light show at the Tower of David, and floating in the Dead Sea. Travelers will also enjoy visiting the Underwater Observatory in the beautiful ocean resort town of Eilat, located on the southern tip of Israel. Eilat is the perfect place for relaxing in the sun and enjoying the gorgeous blue water. A day tour to Petra is an option that many decide to add to their trip. The city’s spectacular entrance carved into the red rock is a site that you will never forget. On the way back to Tel Aviv, travelers will visit Mitzpe Ramon and see the giant Ramon Crater, visit the Air Force Museum, and enjoy Bedouin hospitality with lunch and a camel ride in a Bedouin village.