You can find great tours to Israel 2013 that show the historical side of Israel.
You can find tours to Israel 2013 that show the artistic side of Israel.
And you can certainly find any Israel tours 2013 that gives you discount Israel airfare. But if you are seeking Israel tours 2013 packages that really see the archaeological side of Israel in depth by going to the Judean Foothills, the Judean Dessert, the Negev, the Mediterranean Coastline, the Galilee, the Golan, and Jerusalem, then you really have to find a specific kind of package tour to Israel. They exist, of course. But you just need to know which tour packages Israel 2013 are right for you. Find here Tel Aviv Eilat flight just for you.
Since Israel has the most archaeological excavations per capita than anywhere else in the world, it is a truly fascinating thing if you can have the chance to see at least some of them with tours to Israel 2013 . Some of the notable excavations tours of Israel 2013 or 2012 could take you to in the Judean Foothills are a Roman house in Beit Guvrin, the Roman-Byzantine Cemetery of Beit Guvrin, underground storage and living in Beit Guvrin (since the limestone was soft, they were able to carve underground and use the space there during Roman times; was used as protection from the weather and invaders), package tours Israel to a storage room for olive oil in Amatzia (with replicas of what the pots looked like in ancient times) , the bell-shaped cistern of Amatzia, the Cave of Machpelah (which is the tomb of the patriarchs) in Chevron, Rachel’s Tomb in Bethlehem, The Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem, and the Grotto of the Nativity in Bethlehem. However, many of the tours to Israel 2013 will not go to Chevron or Bethlehem because they are dangerous to travel to without the appropriate measures taken.
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Archaeological tour package to Israel would then continue to the Judean Desert and the Negev, where you would start out by going to Jericho, which is known to be one of the oldest cities in the world (over 10,000 years old), and actually walk on the Walls of Jericho with your Israel package tour (known from the bible story of Joshua having trumpets blow and the walls crumbled). Then package tours to Israel will take you to the remains of the Caliph Hisham Palace in Jericho (from the Omayyad dynasty built as a winter palace in 724CE), which was destroyed in an earthquake before he could live in it, and an intact mosaic that survive the earthquake.
Then tour packages of Israel continue into the Judean Desert (not far from Jericho) to the Qumran Caves where the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered. After that, package tours Israel go to one of the biggest tourist attractions in Israel, Masada, which overlooks the Dead Sea. The story of Masada is that the Jewish fighters who were revolting against Rome in 73CE committed suicide after Rome was laid siege on the fortress of Masada for two to three months. Since it is a sin to commit suicide in Judaism, they drew straws to see who would kill everyone and then one man would kill himself. They chose suicide over becoming slaves to the Romans. The account of Masada was written by Josephus who was told what happened by two surviving women.Holidays to Eilat
Package tours to Israel like to then visit Herodium, which is 5 miles east of Bethlehem, and was another desert fortress King Herod built, and would be the near place package Israel tours 2013 go. Then you can visit Avdat, which is in the Negev and was the capital of the Nabateans (Arab nomads), where you see St. Theodore’s Church. When you get a package tour to Israel, since you might be traveling around a lot, it is also recommended to rent or even (if you can afford it) buy a vacation apartment in Israel. That way you can tour with your tour in Israel 2013 in a leisurely fashion. Youth Hostels in Eilat Israel
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