When to go
April to May, September to November
From £5,195 pp
Flight time
4hrs 50mins


Traveling to Israel offers the chance to learn about its interesting religious past and visit some of the most significant places for Jews, Muslims, and Christians.
Israel is known for its religious significance, its ancient history, and its breath-taking scenery, which include urban towns, boundless sand dunes in the Israeli deserts, and magnificent rolling hills and fields. Through your travels you could experience the desert wilderness of Negev desert, as well as visit the biblical locations of Nazareth, Galilee and Jaffa.

The second-largest city in Israel is stylish, contemporary Tel Aviv, which is situated on the Mediterranean coast and has some of the best beaches in the land, as well as a thriving nightlife and market scene.
The Dead Sea, Israel’s most well-known natural beauty, is located beyond Tel Aviv. Float in the salty waters and experience the strange stillness of its waters known for their relaxing healing powers.

Israel is a great destination to combine with the historic country of Jordan, to compliment your adventure into the ancient worlds of the Middle East.



With a private experience of a Jewish family home, you may indulge in regional cuisine and learn about Israeli culture. Your attention will be captured by fascinating Tova, who will share exciting stories of her historic neighbourhood.


Take a stroll around Temple Mount, home to the magnificent Al-Aqsa Mosque and the golden-topped Dome of the Rock, to learn more about the impact of Jewish, Christian, and Muslim religion.


Explore Israel’s history, religion, and culture by taking a fascinating personal tour of the Archaeology Wing at the Israel Museum. View a top-tier collection of works and take advantage of the chance to examine the Dead Sea Scrolls.

Recommended Hotels

The Scots Hotel

This historic hotel is situated in lovely grounds and offers views of the Sea of Galilee. It is located within the Scottish Hospital’s historic grounds and was founded by the Scottish Church in 1999. Enjoy lengthy swims in the pool, unwind at the beach garden, and sip whiskies at the Ceilidh Bar while you’re here.

David Intercontinental

David InterContinental, a chic and stylish hotel in south Tel Aviv, offers views of both the city and the sea. The hotel is near to Old Jaffa and the Old Jaffa Railway station, which has been renovated as a hub for stores, cafés, and art. This stunning hotel has 550 roomy suites, a variety of bars, and a relaxing spa.

King David Hotel

This towering, six-story hotel with rose quartz furnishings is close to the Old Town and has a vintage feel. Many of the rooms have views of the historic city walls and were created to compliment the building’s distinctive architectural features. Play tennis, stroll through the vast gardens, or unwind in the Finnish sauna.

Sample Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival In Tel Aviv, Israel

You begin your journey in Israel by arriving in Tel Aviv, a modern metropolis, before transferring to your hotel.

Day 2: Tel Aviv

Discover a few of the city’s bustling neighbourhoods, such as the UNESCO-listed White City, Neve Tzedek with its impressive and modern art scene, and Jaffna, one of the world’s oldest ports. The magnificent beaches and cafés in Tel Aviv are the main attractions for leisure time. You can find everything there, from local cuisine in Old Jaffa to sophisticated dining in the city centre. It is also referred to be Israel’s gastronomic capital.

Day 3: Galilee

Travel along the coastal route to Israel’s most stunning archaeological site, the ancient port city of Caesarea. Before heading to your accommodation, which will have an impressive view of the Sea of Galilee, explore the coastal cities of Haifa and Acre.

The Sea of Galilee, also known as Lake Tiberius, is the largest and the lowest freshwater lake in the world. It is most well-known for playing a significant role in the New Testament of the Bible.

The lake is viewed from the hill where the sermon on the mount was delivered, and it is believed that Jesus did several of his most well-known miracles here, including feeding the masses, suppressing the storm, and walking on water.

The Sea of Galilee is a popular vacation spot for Israeli residents and foreign tourists, because to its picturesque rural setting amid agricultural land and banks filled with archaeological sites, villages, and beaches.

Day 4: Galilee

Take a boat across the Sea of Galilee to Capernaum, a historic fishing community.

Day 5: Jerusalem

First begin your day by going to Jesus’ hometown of Nazareth. View the spectacular Sepphoris ruins, once referred to as the “Ornament of the Galilee,” and then proceed to Bet She’an to take in the magnificent Roman amphitheatre.

Day 6: Jerusalem

Experience the Armenian, Christian, Jewish, and Muslim districts of Jerusalem’s Old City. The Western Wall and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre are highlights.

Day 7: Bethlehem

Take a trip to Yad Vashem, the Jewish people’s monument to the victims of the Holocaust. Following this, head to Bethlehem for a local lunch. Bethlehem is much more than just the birthplace of Jesus, despite its fame on a global scale. It is essential to see Manger Square, where the Church of Nativity was constructed over the cave where Jesus was born. However, tourists can also explore the historic Arab city and its busy streets.

Day 8: Dead Sea

Travel to the Dead Sea and Masada across the Judean Desert’s otherworldly landscape. Before travelling back to Jerusalem, there is time for a swim in the healing waters of the Dead Sea. Due to the density of salt in the water, you can experience floating on sea.

Day 9: Depart Jerusalem

Your journey in Israel comes to a close, as you depart for your flight home.