Once you have made the decision to visit the Holy Land, you are faced with several options at your disposal for making travel arrangements. The main questions to be answered include first and foremost the length of your journey.
A classic Israel tour requires a minimal of 6 or 7 to 10 days touring. If you would like to have two days of rest, a 12 days tour is ideal. With the free days for relaxation or shopping in one of the major cities, such as Jerusalem or Tel Aviv.
The tours I’m creating, usually will have around 30% of the time dedicated to the north. In the area of the Sea of Galilee and the Golan Heights. 30-40% focused on the Jerusalem area. The remaining time can be spent at Tel Aviv region or the Dead Sea area.
It may sound like a lot since the country is admittedly small, if not one of the smallest in existence. However, despite its limited size, there is so much to see, and all visitors speak volumes about the riches that it has to offer to any traveler.
If you don’t have more than 4-5 days, I can recommend to focus your trip on 1-2 days for Jerusalem, 1-2 for the north and maybe one for the Dead Sea or the coast but to go no further. You can naturally concentrate on one specific area. It would allow you to exhaust it, therefore enjoying it to the fullest.
The options here are practically endless and the history of the vast majority of the human race is tied to this land.
Another question on which the construction of the optimal route would be based is the religious subject. Whether you’d prefer in placing an emphasis on exploring sites concerning Judaism, Christianity, both or neither.
You can optionally plan your route as a “Star Tour”, planning your trips from your Tel Aviv base. The disadvantage is that more time is spent on the road and some regions might be more difficult to access. For example the Golan Heights. However, this way there is no need to stay over in hotels.
Of course, the tours can also be built around other fields of interest. Such as a wineries tour, extreme sports and so forth. For more information on this, you can read more about the Concept and event tours…
If you don’t have a general idea of what you would like to see, a good way to go about building your schedule is to check out the sample itineraries. For your convenience on this site. They are options of many different kinds, including tours with a Jewish or Christian emphasis. In addition, there are routes that consider the varied number of days dedicated to this adventure.
Each tour is tailor made to fit you specifically. If you’d like to consult me on any matter related to planning your trip, please feel free to do so.
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