Tailor-Made Private Tours

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Tour and Explore Jerusalem offers in-depth private tours tailor-made to suit your personal requirements. Choose from a wide variety of options and activities for different ages and interests. Interactive guiding and role playing are available for families with young children.

Contact us to arrange a custom half or full-day tour designed for your family, which can include or combine the following popular activities:

family - southern wallThe City of David, underground tunnels from biblical Jerusalem including an option to wade through water in Hezekiah’s tunnel

Temple Road Ascent – underground passage from the City of David to the foundations of the Western Wall

Western Wall Tunnel tour – a journey through underground tunnels and arches

The Tower of David, museum of the history of Jerusalem including spectacular views of Jerusalem

Ramparts viewKishle: An archaeological timeline of Jerusalem from Hezekiah’s wall to British mandate prison cells

The Jerusalem Archaeological Park with evidence of the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 CE

Tour of the Supreme Court of Israel with modern day dilemmas and issues of civil rights

Exploring Zedekiah’s Cave, an extensive underground quarry

Walking on the Ramparts of the Old City of Jerusalem

marketThe Dead Sea Scrolls and the Israel Museum

The Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Via Dolorosa and the Arab shouk

The Jewish, Christian, Muslim and Armenian quarters of the Old City of Jerusalem

Jerusalem neighborhoods and Mahane Yehuda outdoor market

nikky guiding pictures 009The Windmill at Mishkanot Shaananim

Ammunition Hill, trenches from the Six Day War

The Holocaust Memorial of Yad Vashem

Masada and swimming in the Dead Sea

Hiking in the desert at Ein Gedi nature reserve

jerusalem-16_009-copyHerodion National Park, with underground caves from the time of Bar Kochba

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            

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