The cosmopolitan delight of Tel Aviv, the historical intrigue of Caesura and Masada, the mysterious Dead Sea, and the sheer awe of Jerusalem are just some of the captivating wonders to be discovered in Israel, “The Land of Milk and Honey.” Few countries hold the history, the complexity, and the intrigue of Israel and all will be revealed on The Evolved Traveler’s 13-day, “Israel: The Mysteries and Marvels.”
Start in lively Tel Aviv, Israel’s modern and diverse heart, before continuing to Caesarea’s dramatic Roman ruins. The juxtaposition of old and new is common in Israel, and nowhere is this more apparent than in the city of Tel Aviv. Tel Aviv is the financial, technological, and economic hub of Israel. Visitors spend time marveling at the plethora of contemporary art galleries, engaging in retail therapy at artisan boutiques, or relaxing in the sun on one of the blissfully balmy, Mediterranean beaches before heading to the city’s many restaurants, bars, and exclusive nightclubs after dark.
Your journey will further take you from the biblical sites of Northern Israel and Sea of Galilee to the hallowed Judaic ground at the Mount of Olives. Aside from its historical monuments, Tiberias is a wonderful place to spend a relaxing summer holiday with numerous leisure activities and watersports on offer. The new city’s downtown area is a vibrant commercial center complete with various restaurants, pubs, souvenir shops, bustling bazaars, and live music venues. Take a horse-drawn carriage around town, rent a bicycle, and spend the day exploring the gorgeous beaches and natural springs dotted along the shoreline.
And finally, three days in wondrous Jerusalem, one of the world’s most ancient and revered jewels.
Jerusalem holds high significance for three major religions (Islam, Christianity, and Judaism) and, as a result, offers a multitude of historical attractions to interest both pilgrims and secular tourists. With its narrow cobble-stoned alleyways, beautiful bell towers, and charming hidden courtyards, the walled Old City is the epicenter of Jerusalem. Despite its small size, the Old City is home to a plethora of ancient sacred sites. These include the Garden of Gethsemane; the Western Wall; and the Dome of the Rock from which Muhammad is said to have ascended to heaven. Step out of the Old City, and you will find yourself thrust back into the twenty-first century. All of these historical sites contrast to make Jerusalem a fascinating and inspiring travel destination.
Discover cosmopolitan Tel Aviv and the artist village of Old Jaffa
Explore the impressive seaside Roman ruins at Caesarea
Sail the Sea of Galilee and biblical sites of Northern Israel
Meet members of a local Kibbutz
Marvel at the incredible art installations at the Church of the Annunciation in Nazareth
Float in the mineral-rich Dead Sea
Dine with a Bedouin tribe
Trek the Negev Desert in 4-wheel drive vehicles
Ascend the mighty Masada, the site of one of history’s most battle stories
Spend three-days discovering Jerusalem‘s historical wonders and treasures
Dates & Rates
$8,995 USD per person based on double occupancy
(Intra-tour air travel included)
Any day – this tour is fully customizable
Private groups of 2 to 12 people
Your Contribution to Sustainable Tourism
The Evolved Traveler is allocating $95 per person* in conjunction with our partners, Offset Alliance, to help offset this journey through verified carbon removal and reversals projects.
The amount is determined by calculating the carbon footprint for this journey considering flights to the destination, intra-tour flights if applicable, hotel stays, and ground transportation. An additional 25% is added to the static factors to offset components we cannot immediately account for, such as food.
The carbon emissions accounted for are calculated by using measurement benchmarks determined by the United Nations World Tourism Organization. The projects our carbon-offset donations are distributed to can be seen at www.offsetalliance.co/projects.
*The amount shown is an estimation for this journey. The exact will be calculated at the time of booking based on the city of origin for flights to the destination, and the specifications of the itinerary.