Dead Sea and Masada Day Tours
A trip through history in the Jerusalem desert from the northern Judean Desert to the Dead Sea area.read more
Nachal Rachaf is one of the deepest and narrowest canyons in Israel located in the Judean Valley.read more
Rappelling in Israel with our guide and friend Avner is an amazing adventure tour on your next visit to Israel.read more
Departs Daily – From $105 p/p
Stunning views of the Judean Desert as you descend into the lowest place on the planet.
Departs Daily – From $83 p/p
We will spend the most of the day just relaxing at the famous Ein Gedi spa.
Departs daily except Sat. First class $175 p/p
Visit Jerusalem’s old city historical sites then relax with a float in the Dead Sea.
Dep. Sun & Wed First class $159 p/p
Dead Sea relaxation combined with a unique experience in an Oriental Bedouin tent.
Dep. Sun & Wed First class $189 p/p
A visit to the Judean Desert and a unique experience in an Oriental Bedouin tent.
Departs daily exc. Sat &Sun First class $195 p/p
Visit Jerusalem’s old city, Bethlehem and then on to the Dead Sea- the lowest point on earth
A Bit of History
The Dead Sea at 423 metres (or 1,388 feet) below sea level, is the lowest point on the earth and is known in Hebrew as Yam Hamelach or the Sea of Salt due to its high saline concentration. In fact, it is the deepest hypersaline lake in the world
Massada Israel (comes from the word Metzudah meaning fortress in Hebrew) is the site of the fortress built by Herod the great King of Judea, but is best known as a symbol of Jewish resistance, courage and the tragic events of the Great Revolt of the Jews against the Roman siege.
Amazing Dead Sea and Masada Day Tours
Lisa & Bruce