Day 1: Jordan / Holy land: Arrival from Allenby Bridge from Jordan, transfer to the Hotel in Jerusalem for dinner and overnight.

Day 2: Hebron / Bethlehem: After breakfast we start a full day tour in the footsteps of the prophets to the city of Hebron. Visit the Abrahami Mosque, the sight of the graves of family of the prophet Ibrahim. Visit the site with the opportunity of noon prayers in the mosque. Then visit the famous glass factories in the city before starting the way back to the holy city of Bethlehem. Upon arrival to Bethlehem, visit the Nativity Church built on the location of the birth of Jesus Christ. Back to Jerusalem, passing on the way next to the tomb of Rachel. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.

Day 3: Full day in Jerusalem: After breakfast we take the short drive up the Mount of Olives and get a beautiful panoramic view of the Old City of Jerusalem, with all its splendor and magnificence. Then walk to the mosque named after the faithful lady Rabiaa Al-Adawiah. Then drive down to the Garden of the Gethsemany and the church of Mary. Walk to the Old City of Jerusalem, entering through the Lion’s Gate to the Aqsa Area.Visit the Aqsa Mosque and the Dome of the Rock, the sight of the Issraa and Miraaj of the prophet Mohammed. Pray noon prayers at the Aqsa Mosque before continuing through the allies of the Old City to the Mosque of Omar, built on the spot where the Khalif Omar of the Holy Sepulcher. From there proceed to the Western Wall (Buraq Wall), the wall believed by the Jews to be the last standing remnant of their Second Temple. Dinner and overnight at the hotel in Jerusalem.

Day 4: Akko / Haifa / Jaffa and Tel Aviv: After early breakfast at the hotel, proceed along to the city of Akko.  Visit Al-Jazzar mosque and the old city of Akko, then on down to Mount Carmel in the city of Haifa.  Get a spectacular view of the Bay of Haifa from the top, then if time permits proceed to visit the Bahai Temple with its beautiful architecture and magnificent hanging gardens.Continue along the Jerusalem-Tel Aviv highway to Jaffa. Tour the old city and bay of Jaffa, including a visit to Hassan Big Mosque, which has withstood all the wars in the area and still serves as a mosque to our present day. Then continue along the coastal road to Jerusalem for dinner and overnight.

Day 5: Full day Nabi Mousa / Jericho / Dead Sea: After breakfast proceed to Nabi Mousa, the sight believed to be the one described by the prophet Muhammad, where he saw the prophet Mousa pray in his grave. Visit the sight and pray then proceed to the lowest point on earth the city of Jericho. From there we visit the shores of the Dead Sea. Visit the area where the people of Nabi Loot lived, and where they were tortured and killed after they refused to obey him. Spend some free at the shores of the Dead Sea, proceed to the Allenby bridge for crossing back to Jordan.

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Tel Aviv

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Akko (Acre)

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Dead Sea

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Old City of Jerusalem

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