11 Days/10 Nights
Travel Type
Escorted Tour

Discover the land of Israel full of history, coastlines, ancient ruins, sacred landmarks and outstanding scenery. Visit the ancient city of Jerusalem and get taken back in time. Float on the Dead Sea, the lowest point on earth, discover bustling Tel Aviv, and enjoy the serenity of Galilee. Spend 2 nights on the Red Sea Coast of Eilat and enjoy a full day trip to Jordan to visit Petra. Truly 2 memorable destinations!


Meeting and assistance upon arrival at Ben-Gurion Airport
Return airport transfers
Porterage at hotels, as of second touring day
10 overnights:
2 overnights at Tal by the Beach Hotel Tel Aviv 4* or similar
2 overnights at The Schumacher Haifa 4* or similar
4 overnights at Lady Stern Hotel Jerusalem 4* or similar
2 overnights at Leonardo Plaza Hotel Eilat 4* or similar
8 full days sightseeing as per itinerary with English-speaking licensed tour guide
Luxury air-conditioned coach
17 meals: 10 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 5 dinners
Entrance fees are included per program (or similar – adjusted to Covid-19 regulations)
Domestic flight from Ben Gurion airport to Ramon airport near Eilat round trip
Transfer from the hotel to Eilat – Arava Border
Assistance with visa procedures at both sides – Israel and Jordan
Jordanian English-Speaking guide border to border
Amiel’s Kit (bag, hat and map)


International airfare – Departure tax – Visa if required to visit the country – Gratuities to hotel personnel, guides and drivers – Beverages – Optional excursions.

Additional Information


This is a join-in English-speaking tour. Minimum 2 passengers are required to guarantee the departure. The maximum number of participants is unknown at time of booking. A private guided tour is possible for a supplement $.

Special Notes

Bethlehem is under Palestinian authority and any planned visit may be cancelled. A visa is required to enter Jordan.

Tipping recommendations in Jordan

Guide: $ 5 per person per 2 days
Driver: $ 3 per person per 2 days
Hotel portages: $2 per person for every check-out
Horse boy in Petra: $5 per person per way X 2 ways = $10 per person
Jeep driver in Wadi Rum: $2 per person



You will arrive at Ben Gurion International Airport. Our representative at destination will assist you through baggage claim and customs. Transfer to your hotel and enjoy dinner.

Meals : Dinner

Accommodation : Tel Aviv for 2 nights



Tel Aviv et Jaffa
Après un délicieux petit déjeuner, vous rencontrerez votre groupe et le guide dans le hall de l’hôtel avant de partir pour une journée bien remplie qui comprendra :
Une promenade dans le vieux port de Jaffa, le plus ancien port maritime du monde, qui abrite une communauté multiethnique dynamique composée de musulmans, de chrétiens et de juifs : découvrez la première ville juive de l’ère moderne, fondée en 1909.
Promenade sur le boulevard Rothschild, le cœur battant de Tel-Aviv, où se trouve la ville blanche, la plus importante collection de bâtiments Bauhaus (style international) de Tel-Aviv. Construite dans les années 1930 et 1940, cette architecture fonctionnelle a permis de créer des objets bien conçus et un paysage urbain cohérent sans équivalent dans le monde.
Un choix de deux visites culinaires qui vous feront découvrir le meilleur de la scène gastronomique de Tel Aviv (12:30):
- Visite dégustation du marché du Carmel - profitez d’une variété fascinante de richesses culinaires, d’épices colorées et de personnages intrigants dans le marché principal de Tel Aviv, où les saveurs et les parfums de la vieille ville se combinent à l’atmosphère jeune et animée du marché central de la ville.
- Visite culinaire végétalienne - Tel Aviv, première destination culinaire végétalienne au monde, est le point de rencontre entre la cuisine végétalienne et végétarienne traditionnelle et les jeunes chefs novateurs, créant ainsi une aventure savoureuse unique pour les amateurs de cuisine, qu’ils soient végétaliens ou non.
Tel Aviv est une étoile montante de la scène internationale de l’art de la rue et du graffiti. Faites une visite magique qui vous emmènera dans les rues et ruelles de cette scène urbaine souterraine et colorée. Découvrez les meilleures œuvres de street art et de graffiti qui recouvrent les murs de notre espace public.
Soirée libre.

Meals : Breakfast



Israel’s beautiful coastline
After breakfast, we leave Tel Aviv and head north. Take in the ancient city of Caesarea, built by Herod the Great and once the administrative center of the Roman Empire for the Province of Judaea. The town and its archeological wonders testify to its significance throughout the ages. The ancient port, the Roman hippodrome, amphitheater, and the impressive palace are among the many historical treasures in this fascinating old city.
The Kibbutz Experience – past and present – visit the Ein Shemer kibbutz museum, where we will experience a journey from the early days of the kibbutz to the present and learn about the kibbutz way of life (11:30-12:30).
Continue to the southern end of Mount Carmel, between Zikhron Ya’akov and Binyamina, lies Ramat Hanadiv Gardens, a natural gem dedicated to the memory of Baron Edmond de Rothschild. The Memorial Gardens beckon guests into a place of rare tranquility. The Gardens reflect Baron de Rothschild’s legacy of dignity and modesty and a gracious combination of European formality and Mediterranean-style vegetation.
Before driving to our hotel in Haifa, we will stroll at the picturesque town of “Zichron Yaacov” and have free time for lunch.

Meals : Breakfast, Dinner

Accommodation : Haifa for 2 nights



The Sea of Galilee and Golan Heights
Drive to the city of Katzrin, the “Capital of the Golan Heights.” Walk through a Talmudic village and get a sense of what it was like to live in the times of ancient Israel (9:30-10:30).
Continue to the mystical city of Tzfat, the birthplace of the ancient Jewish mystical text, the Kabbalah. Stroll through the narrow, winding alleys—Peek inside some beautiful synagogues. Browse through workshops and galleries in the flourishing artists’ quarter (11:20-12:30).
Enjoy a wine-tasting tour at the local Winery, a family-owned boutique winery in Galilee (12:45-13:45).
Drive to the Sea of Galilee and take a boat ride on the calm waters (15:30-16:15) and return to your hotel in Haifa.

Meals : Breakfast, Dinner



Bahai Gardens, Akko, Druze Village and Jerusalem
Visit the amazing Bahai Gardens in Haifa, comprising a staircase of 19 terraces extending up the northern slope of Mount Carmel. At its heart stands the golden-domed Shrine of the Báb, the resting place of the Prophet-Herald of the Bahá’í Faith.
Explore the ancient crusader port city of Akko, the fascinating UNESCO heritage site, with new excavations revealing what life was like 1000 years ago. Visit the Crusader Halls and follow the underground tunnels. See the port and fortifications that enabled the inhabitants of the town to resist invasion by Napoleon Bonaparte. Spend time walking through the Arab Bazaar, reliving a Middle Eastern shopping experience (8:30).
Time permitting - Drive to the Druze village of Dalyet El Carmel, at the top of Mount Carmel. The Druze are Arab-speaking citizens of Israel and are renowned for their hospitality. Take a fascinating tour of the alleys and old quarter of the village.
Drive to Jerusalem and check in at the hotel.
In the evening, experience a special Home hospitality Shabbat dinner featuring a home-cooked prepared by a professional chef – Rabbi Josh. A personal talk about Judaism was presented with humor and depth by a rabbi and experienced educator. (Between 17:00 to 19:00 according to Summer/winter time).

Meals : Breakfast, Dinner

Accommodation : Jerusalem for 4 nights



Masada, the Dead Sea and Jerusalem
Setting off east from Jerusalem towards the Dead Sea, 1388 feet (423m) below sea level.
Visit the legendary mountaintop plateau of Masada - the last stronghold of the Jewish Zealots in their struggle against the Romans in 73CE - overlooking the Dead Sea. Ascending by cable car to the ancient fortress, we shall explore the site, with its synagogue and bathhouse.
Enjoy a leisurely afternoon at the Dead Sea shore. Cake yourself in mineral-rich mud and float in the buoyant waters. Lunch is included (13:00).
Drive to a lookout point for a view of Wadi Qelt and the cliff-hanging Monastery of St. George; founded in the 5th Century and still active and inhabited by Greek Orthodox monks.
Return to Jerusalem.
In the evening, enjoy the Sound and Light Show at the Tower of David – a creative depiction of the history of the city of Jerusalem projected onto the ancient stones (weather permitting – 19:00 to 20:30 up to availability).

Meals : Breakfast, Lunch



The Old City of Jerusalem
Start the day with an overview of the Mt. of Olives.
Our exploration of the Old City of Jerusalem begins at the City of David, with its fascinating tunnels. See the newest exciting excavations revealing Jerusalem during the 1st Temple period (9:30).
Walk through the Old City and visit some famous sites, including the Western Wall and the Cardo, an ancient commercial street where you can still shop today.
Walk through the Arab Bazaar and experience traditional Middle Eastern life, with its rich colors, flavors, and smells.
Take a rooftop tour of the Old City neighborhoods for a behind-the-scenes look at the various communities living alongside each other in this ancient walled city.
Walk along part of the Via Dolorosa to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. According to traditions dating back to at least the 4th century, the church is the home of the two holiest sites in Christianity: the site where Jesus of Nazareth was crucified, known as “Calvary” or “Golgotha, “; and Jesus’s empty tomb, where he is said to have been buried and resurrected.

Meals : Breakfast



Jerusalem New City and Bethlehem
Visit Yad Vashem, considered the world’s primary Holocaust memorial and museum. Take a tour of the new Holocaust History Museum, which occupies over 4,200 square meters, mainly underground. Visit the moving exhibit at the Children’s Pavilion, commemorating the death of over 1.5 million Jewish children in the Holocaust.
From Yad Vashem, we will move on to the Israel Museum. There we will see the Dead Sea Scrolls exhibition and the famous Model of Jerusalem, depicting the city as it was in the 2nd Temple period.
Optional - visit in Bethlehem. See the Church of the Nativity and the remains of ancient Bethlehem (beneath the Greek Monastery) from the times of Christ (around lunchtime 14:00) OR leisure time at Mamilla Mall or Ben Yehuda Street.
Meet up again for a farewell dinner at a local restaurant (18:00/18:30).

Meals : Breakfast, Dinner



Fly from Tel Aviv to Eilat, transfer to the hotel, and check in.

Meals : Breakfast

Accommodation : Eilat for 2 nights



Set out by bus on a day tour from Eilat to the beautiful ‘Rose City’ of Petra.

Meals : Breakfast, Lunch



Time at leisure in Eilat before taking the afternoon flight to Ben Gurion airport, from where you will depart on your flight home.

Meals : Breakfast


Tel Aviv

Tal by the Beach Hotel 4* – Standard room


The Schumacher – Superior room


Lady Stern Hotel 4* – Superior room


Leonardo Plaza Hotel 4*

Rates in CA$, per person, starting from, in double occupancy 

Land Package
Guaranteed departures on below Mondays – 2023 and 2024 Double occupancy Single supplement 
February 12, 2024
September 16, 2024
5740 +1785
March 11, 2024
April 8, 2024
December 12, 2024
5980 +1820
October 16, November 13, 2023
October 28, November 18, 2024
May 20, 2024
6230 +2030

**Prices in this document are for information only; they were issued at press time, for the current year. Please note that due to exchange rates and temporary promotions, they can increase or decrease at any time. Contact your travel agent for the price and promotion of the moment. The prices indicated exclude the contribution to the Customer Compensation Fund of $3.50 per $1,000 of tourism product or service purchased from a travel agent in Quebec.

Israel and Petra Within – Promotional flyer
Israel and Petra Within – Promotional flyer