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Jordan River (Qasr al Yahud), Bethlehem, Jericho & Dead Sea tour
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Jordan River (Qasr al Yahud), Bethlehem, Jericho & Dead Sea tour

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Visit some of the world’s most fascinating and ancient cities in this guided tour, taking you to explore Biblical history of Bethlehem, Jericho and Jordan River(Qasr al Yahud) and the Dead Sea.<br><br>Kickoff with an early morning and discover Bethlehem to see the biblical birthplace of Jesus and key sites the Church of the Nativity.<br>Then, travel to the lowest and oldest city on Earth, Jericho the ancient excavated city, and the monastery on the Mount of Temptation with an incredible panoramic view of the Jordan Valley. From Jericho you'll continue to Next, head to Qasr al Yahud Baptismal Site, where according to tradition, Jesus was baptized, Next, Finally,. the final stop is at the visit famous Dead Sea beach where you will get to bath and float in the private beach of the Dead Sea and immerse yourself in healing mud masks.<br>After this we will return back to Jerusalem and Tel Aviv (drop off).
US$66.00 per adult
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NSM wrote a review Jan 2021
Miami Beach, Florida10 contributions10 helpful votes
This is the place to walk at the sunset. Amazing view. If you want to jog and are in the area, do not hesitate and go directly to the tayelet. I would recommend to start from the Gan Haatzmaut and go southwards.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Kim G wrote a review Nov 2020
Pacific Grove, California3,135 contributions215 helpful votes
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While touring Tel Aviv with my adult son, we found ourselves walking the Tayelet (Promenade) on numerous occasions throughout our three day stay. Wide, wonderfully maintained and active, the Promenade has designated areas for walking/running and bike riding. Spanning from Jaffa north to the Tel Aviv Port, this attractive walk along the clean Mediterranean beaches of Tel Aviv is a convenient and attractive walkway while touring the sites of Tel Aviv. We stayed one block back from the Promenade at the Embassy Hotel, and easily accessed the Promenade to visit the Old Train Station in the Neve Tzedek neighborhood, all the way to the terminus at Tel Aviv Port. Along the way, we stopped for coffee and later on, refreshments at a cafe on the beach. Keep your eyes open for creative and fun art along your journey.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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The Weak Knee Traveler wrote a review Nov 2020
Singapore, Singapore11,794 contributions700 helpful votes
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This is a great place to chill and stroll along the long stretch of beach and do some people watching as well as catch sunset. Highly recommended.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Pierre Mansour wrote a review Jun 2020
19 contributions1 helpful vote
Today I am in Tel Aviv in the HaYarkon Park, pedaling along the beach promenade, a little wandering near the ancient Jaffa port, this is the real city, or yes, or not. Street wisdom, there's time to think, street life, Tel Aviv is easy to love. I have nothing to worry about, well, I'm not missing anything, because I live on the streets of Tel Aviv. And if my age is what I'm missing, I find it in the parks and streets of Tel Aviv, this city has a rhythm that has already infiltrated my blood, it drives away all sadness, and I'm here with everyone. Everything here is good, even better! Feels like a guest of honor, in all its intersection in this city, and if a little doesn't work out for me, it will always find my help on the street. Listening carefully to the environment, I learned that to survive you must think, and if I know how to use my head, I'll be good here on the street too Listening closely to the environment, I learned that in order to survive one has to think, and if I know how to use one's head, I will be good here on the street too, when there is a little sense, then everything here is cheap and free, here I learned that one can survive, it is an art that one has to learn. On the street he will find gold, and beep over the world. Indeed, here in Tel Aviv, every alleyway has one treasure waiting just to reach out. At my age I continue to be diligent as there is not much choice as my habits continue to persist with the pedal.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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etbtravelphotography wrote a review Apr 2020
Denver, Colorado644 contributions191 helpful votes
Nice promenade and long beach. It was windy and cold while we were there. Would be nice in the summer if not too busy.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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