This is how the trip plan looks:
Day 1: Tel Aviv
Fly into Tel Aviv by mid-day and you have the rest of day at leisure. Modern, vibrant and cosmopolitan: Tel Aviv is hip, bustling and practically the Mediterranean capital of cool. Known as the 'Hill of Spring', in Hebrew, choose to explore this city and you’ll find that flowers blossom, new restaurants open, and there's always a party going on somewhere.
Pick up a hot Arepa from a nearby street food stall and walk around the charming Old town of Jaffa, with its cobblestone streets and flower lined alleyways.
Experience: A Day at leisure | Self exploration of the city
Day 2: Tel Aviv
Today, head out for a comprehensive tour of Tel Aviv on a bike with a fun group and a local guide. Not only is Tel Aviv a perfect city for biking, it is the way that many locals prefer to get around. Ride all the way from the hippest and famous Abraham Hostel, up Rothschild Boulevard, all the way to the Yarkon Park, and along the sparkling Mediterranean!
Discover Rothschild Boulevard, known for the famous “kiosks” – little booths which for years have been the central point of the Tel Aviv leisure spots. On your way, keep your eyes open for Bauhaus architecture!
Then head to Habima Square, a large square and central point for Tel Aviv culture and the arts and Rabin Square to learn about Israel’s recent history. You will also see the “Central Park” of Tel Aviv – Yarkon Park, Tel Aviv Port and the renovated and beautiful Tel Aviv Promenade.
Experience: Tel Aviv Bike Tour (3 hrs)
Day 3: Tel Aviv – Jerusalem (By shuttle car)
After breakfast, make your way to Jerusalem, the oldest town in Israel. Settle into your comfortable stay and relax.
Famous for its Old City and its significant religious sites around the Temple Mount compound, including the Western Wall, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and the Dome of the Rock. Discover how 3 religions coexist in this city.
Experience: Day at leisure
Day 4: Jerusalem
Jerusalem is the spiritual center of the world for Christians, Jews and Muslims alike. We’ll take you on a guided, 4-hour walking tour to better understand the city’s 4,000-year history and visit the important sites that make up its past. See Temple Mount, one of the most important religious sites in the Old City of Jerusalem; the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, located on the hill of Calvary, where Jesus was crucified and buried; and much more. Explore the fascinating history of this holy city.
Experience: Jerusalem city tour
Day 5: Jerusalem to Eilat (By shuttle car)
Reach Eliat by afternoon. Settle in your comfortable stay.
In the evening, appreciate the desert at night with an Evening Desert Tour from Eilat. A three-hour tour allows visitors to get a feel of life in the desert after dark, and helps them better understand the surrounding nature and creatures within this very special climate.
After being picked up from your accommodation in Eilat, you will drive into the desert in Israel. After finding a spot to park, the evening begins by laying out a rug for everyone to sit on. The group will help find wood for a fire in order to cook dinner. Working together, you will create a “Bedouin-style” meal with goat cheese, labneh, olives, vegetables and pita bread. During this time, you will also learn about the history of the people and animals who have lived in the desert for centuries.
Following dinner, the group will embark on a 30-minute desert hike to Amram’s Pillars, ancient sandstone columns located in the Eilat Mountains Nature Reserve. After the hike, the group will go back to the van and drive along the fence that separates the two countries of Israel and Jordan before returning back to Eilat.
Experience: Evening Desert Experience
Day 6: Eilat
Our Red Canyon, Desert Agriculture, and Kibbutz Life Tour, will take you on a fascinating journey through some of the Arava Desert region’s most spectacular sites of natural beauty and cultural significance. Just minutes from Eilat, this region is off-the-beaten-track, but for no good reason. The Red Canyon offers one of the most spectacular and easy hiking trails in the region, with amazing views of the desert scenery.
Kibbutz Neot Smadar is a desert artist colony, famed across Israel for its rich culture, music, and incredible Art Center building.
Experience: Red Canyon, Desert Agriculture, and Kibbutz Life Tour
Day 7: Eilat to Tel Aviv (By shared car)
Prepare to leave Eilat and move onwards to Tel Aviv where you will catch your flight out for home. Make your way back home with a bag full of memories!
WHAT: Israel Adventures
WHEN: As per your dates (7 Days/6 Nights)
WHERE: Tel Aviv-Jerusalem–Eilat
HOW MUCH: Rs 1,64,900 + 5% GST onwards (Per couple- On Land)
- Accommodation in centrally located 2 and 3 Star Hotels
- Breakfast on all days, except on Day 1
- All tours and activities, except those which are Add on/ DIY
- Airport Transfers
- Transfer by Car
- Meals not mentioned
- City/Tourist tax at each stay
- Entrance fee at local monuments, museums which are not set out under ‘Inclusions’
- Personal expenses such as beverages, tips etc.
- Any costs arising from flight delays, change in weather conditions, strikes etc. which are beyond our control
- Visa charges, processing and Travel insurance
- What is not mentioned in ‘Inclusions