Pickup : We start picking up our customers from the first hotel in Sharm El-Sheikh at 07:30 P.M. Once all customers are comfortably seated, we drive for around 3 hours to get to Taba.
Crossing the borders : Our customers take their turns and queue up for the security investigation and obtain the permit to the Israeli lands. Once customers are all set and ready to start the excursion, we head to the Dead Sea as our fist destination.
Dead Sea : Our first visit in the program should be to the Dead Sea which is 2 to 2 and half hours from the borders. Customers will meet the guide and enjoy swimming and sunbathing for 90 minutes. The Dead Sea is one of the world's saltiest bodies of water, with 34.2% salinity. They will then have showers, get refreshed, and get ready for the next visit.
Jordan River ; Qasr al-Yahud is the official name of a baptism site in the Jordan River Valley in the West Bank. There our customers spend 30 to 45 minutes for baptism
Lunch ; By the time our customers finish their visit to Bethlehem, they will be eager to have lunch in order to gain some energy to continue the excursion.
Lunch is normally an open buffet but excludes beverage.
Church of Holy Sepulture & the Wailing Wall : Afterwards, our customers will drive for around half an hour to reach Jerusalem where the Church of the Holy Sepulcher is located. The Church of the Holy Sepulcher is the place both of the crucifixion and the tomb of Jesus of Nazareth. Then a visit to the Wailing Wall comes at last. The Wailing Wall is the most sacred place of prayer and pilgrimage to the Jewish people.
Return to Egypt : Once all the parts of the Itinerary are successfully executed, our customers will drive back to the borders to cross back to the Egyptian side. At last, we drive back to the hotels.
1- The parts of the itinerary may change according to the timing and the weather on the day of the excursion. We may start with visiting Bethlehem or Jerusalem and end with visiting the Dead Sea.
2- When visiting holly places shoulders and knees should be covered.
3- November till March warm clothing and coats recommended.
4- Much walking involved – comfortable walking shoes recommended.