Tracing Muslim Faith

Tracing Muslim Faith

Between religion and traditions

8 Days | 7 Nights

Tour Schedule

Arrive at the Airport or bridge border, where you meet our representatives to assist you to transfer to your hotel for dinner & overnight.

After breakfast,we’ll start at the top of the Mount, where you'll have a panoramic view of East and West Jerusalem. As we descend from the Mount of Olives, we'll stop by some beautiful sites like the Church of all Nations and the Tomb of the Virgin Mary. Then we’ll enroll the Old City by one of its seven gates and wander over its ancient streets. Enjoy the colors and scents of Jerusalem's Muslim Quarter on your way to the Haram al-Sharif and visit Al-Aqsa Mosque, the Dome of the Rock, and the Islamic schools with their Mamluk style architecture.

There's plenty to do and see in this contested city. In the morning, we will enjoy the twisting alleyways of the old town and the fresh aromas of its market to some of the holiest sites in the World. We’ll have the opportunity to pray atAl-Haram Al-Sharif, where you’ll see the golden Dome of the Rock and Al Aqsa Mosque in the middle of the temple mount. You’ll be able to pass by them and some other exquisite sites.

One of the best things that you can experience in this Holy city is its traditional food. You can’t miss its Hummus and Falafel.

Afterward, proceed to the suq to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher and visit the neighboring Mosque of Omar before following Jerusalem's history in the city's quarters to Mt. Zion with the Tomb of David — a place holy for Muslims, Jews, and Christians alike.  

You can spend the afternoon wandering around the Souk, where you'll experience the genuine atmosphere of East Jerusalem. It's also a great place to shop. The people of Palestine are known to be very friendly and welcoming. Overnight in Jerusalem.

In the morning, depart to explore the Birthplace of Jesus in Bethlehem. The Church of the Nativity, the exact location where Jesus was born, highlights Bethlehem. But the city does not fall short of marvelous attractions, a little gem of pine-hidden collections that never fail to amaze. For your friends and family back home, the handcrafts of Bethlehem are great souvenirs. And what better way to end your day than with delicious local food.

Then you will proceed to the village of Halhoul, a fertile region rich in vineyards in southern Palestine and the location of the Mosque of an-Nabi Yunus bin Mata where you’ll have the chance to pray, built on top of his grave. Continue to al-Khalil, Hebron, for a visit of its Old Town with the tombs of the prophets Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob and their wives in the Haram al-Ibrahimi.

During your visit, you can have some local handicrafts that are what Hebron is famous for, and you'll get the chance to learn the manufacturing process of these handicrafts from the local craftsmen.

Besides, you will have the opportunity to savor the Hebron specialty, The Qidreh. It is a traditional Palestinian dish that consists of meat (usually lamb, sometimes chicken) cooked with chickpeas and rice in a broth that's spiced with ingredients such as cumin, allspice, cardamom, black pepper, and turmeric. You will not regret it! Overnight in Jerusalem.

If you've been eager to discover the Mediterranean coast, you will relish it on this day

We unfold our maps and start a morning ride from Jerusalem to Haifa. Then to Baha’i gardens, which is Haifa's most celebrated site. Nineteen majestic terraced gardens are located on the slopes of Carmel Mountain. And to add it, you'll get a bird’s eyes view of the city and the sea.

Lunch in Haifa. This will be your chance to try Haifa's specialties. They're wonderful.

Next, we’ll visit the legendary city of Akko, it will amaze you with its massive sea walls, historical alleys, old market, and authentic vibe. We will make sure to take you through it all. You will pay a visit to the tunnels and al-Jazzar Mosque to pray, overnight in Tiberius.

Ride from Tiberius to Nazareth, we take a walk in the narrow alleys of the uniquely Middle-Eastern markets of the old city of Nazareth. Then we will move to Caesarea, if you like the blend of ancient architecture and the sea, Caesarea will capture your heart. It exists on the shoreline of the Mediterranean, and it's filled with attractions like the Caesarea National Park.

Afterward, we will hit the road to Tel Aviv, we’ll drive through the city so that you get a glimpse of its alluring cosmopolitan vibe and well-known sites. To complete contrast to Tel Aviv's modernity, Jaffa, towards the south, is steeped in antiquity and old-time charm. Enjoy Jaffa’s seashore & Old City; Jaffa isn't called the 'Bride of the sea' for no reason. The port is one of the oldest, most captivating ports around the World. You’ll be having lunch in the city’s best.

The alleys of the ancient city are refreshingly beautiful and filled with old shops, cafés, galleries, and bookstores.  We will get back to Jerusalem for dinner and overnight

Explore the oasis of Jericho, humanity's oldest continuously inhabited city. Visit Qasr Hisham with the famous Tree of Life mosaic, one of the most well-preserved halls of the Umayyad Era in Palestine, continue to the hilltop with the ruins of the old city walls. You will also visit Makam Al-Nabi Mousa. This historic site is believed to be the shrine of Prophet Moses. It consists of a beautiful colorful mosque with a towering minaret that overlooks the impressive Jordan Valley.

Continue to the Masada.Drive through the Judean Desert and enjoy scenic desert views and an incredible landscape. King Herod built Masada Fortress around 35 BC, and it is now recognized as a World Heritage Site. We’ll go back to Jerusalem for dinner and overnight.

Your tour ends with breakfast this morning and a transfer to the Ben Gurion Airport or the land border.