Tours of Mabat Ehudi company
Tours of Mabat Ehudi company
The Dead Sea
- Qasr el Yahud. The place where the People of Israel crossed over the Jordan River and Elijah the Prophet ascended to heaven.
- Beit Hogla. An outpost in the Jordan Valley, in the area where the People of Israel, led by Joshua, had stationed after crossing Jordan.
- The “Ein Gedi” beach.
- The AHAVA Dead Sea cosmetics factory.
*A tour of Masada can be ordered at an extra charge.
The “Land of the Bible Heroes” Tour
- The ancient town of Mitzpa. A town of cultic importance in the territory of the Tribe of Benjamin.
- Nabi Samuel. The site worshiped as the tomb of Samuel the Prophet.
- The ancient Gibeon. According to the Jewish tradition, this was the site where the Tabernacle was stationed. The city is also said to be the place where God made the sun stand still during the People of Israel's war with the Amorites.
- Qubur Bani Isra'il (“the tombs of the Children of Israel”) – the tomb of Rachel the Matriarch.
- The ancient city of Ai. The first city conquered by the People of Israel after they came from Egypt.
- The ancient ritual baths (mikvaot) and oil presses.
- The Psagot winery. Tourist center at the Allotment of the Tribe of Benjamin (hilkat Benjamin).
- The ancient Gibeah of Benjamin - King Saul’s capital town.
- The site of the decisive battle between Jonathan, the son of King Soul, and the Philistines (The battle of Mischmash). The story of an ancient miracle that repeated itself in the 20th century.
- The Settlement of Beit El (the alleged site of "Jacob's Dream")/ breathtaking panoramic views (of Jericho and the borderline between the Benjamin and Ephraim allotments). TO CHOOSE FROM
Old and new city of Jerusalem
- The Nof Zion lookout. A panoramic view of the Judean Hills and the Dead Sea)/ Armon HaNaziv Promenade.
- The government precinct of the State of Israel (the Knesset, the Supreme Court, various governmental buildings, the Wohl Rose Garden, etc.).
- The Jerusalem Great Synagogue.
- The Shimon Ha-Zadik (Simeon the Righteous) neighborhood (the history of the neighborhood; the tomb of Simon the Righteous).
- A tour of the Old City & the Western Wall.
A Walking Tour of Jerusalem
- The Jewish Quarter of the Old City.
- The Hurva Synagogue in Jewish Quarter of the Old City .
- The City of David (at an extra charge).
- The Western Wall.
- The Cardo. The main street of Aelia Capitalina that the Romans built on the site of Jerusalem.
- “Mamilla”. A picturesque open-air mall in the area that combines historicity with modern infrastructure.
- The King David hotel. A scene of some dramatic events of the modern history of the Land of Israel.
- The Yemin Moshe Quarter and its surroundings. One of the most charming Jerusalem neighborhoods; a panoramic view of Mount Zion, the Valley of Hinnom, the western edge of the Old City, etc.; the landmark Montifiore windmill is situated nearby.
A tour of Hebron
- The Cave of Machpelah. Worshipped as the burial site of the patriarchs and matriarchs - Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Sarah, Rebecca and Leah.
- The Abraham Avinu Jewish quarter. The modern quarter and its history. The Abraham Avinu Synagogue – the alleged site where Abraham the Patriarch was seen for the last time.
- The restored Jewish quarter of Beit Hadassah; the first hospital in Hebron.
- Bet Hadassah Museum in Hebron (for an extra charge)
- The archaeological excavations at Tel Rumeida.
- King David’s family tomb (the grave of Ruth and Jesse of Bethlehem).
- A panoramic view of Hebron’s ancient and modern neighborhoods. The excavations of the ancient city of Hebron.
The “Northern Kingdom” tour of Samaria
- Har Brakha (the Mount of Blessing)/ Mount Gerizim + a view of Shehem (Nablus),Mount Ebal and the tomb of Joseph.
Mount Gerizim – one of the two Samaria’s highest mountains. The Grizim and Eibal mountains were those to divide between themselves the curse and the blessing which the People of Israel received upon crossing Jordan. The national reserve and archaeological site (including the excavations of the ancient Samaritan temple).
- The mount of Blessing’s winery.
- The Samaritan village of Kiryat Luza built after the Six Day War of 1967.
- The Samaritans’ main place of worship – the site of Passover offerings.
- The settlement of Itamar.
The settlement of Itamar consists of the central quarter and a number of residential areas and farms situated on the surrounding hills. The settlement owns some pastures, a poultry farm, a number of olive groves and vineyards, etc. This is an example of a flourishing agricultural community in Samaria.
- A visit to the Nekuda Kafrit farm.
- A visit to the Gvaot Olam.
- The settlement of Elon Moreh. Elon Moreh is the first site where Abraham stopped after leaving his father’s house in Haran.
- Mt. Kabir.
Mt. Kabir is situated nearby the settlement of Elon Moreh. From its top, one can observe three borders – the one with the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan,the one with Syria (Mt.Hermon) and Marine one. “The TANAKH lookout”.
(Ascending the mountain is the matter of a group’s general mobility level during the tour).
The tour of Safed
- Crusader fortress, the monument to the "Defenders of Safed".
- Old city of Safed.
- Yeshiva of Shem and Eber.
- "Davidka" square.
- Medieval synagogues, ancient streets and quarters of Safed.
- Mount Meron – the site of Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai burial.
Tour of the Northern Israel. Haifa - Tiberias or Haifa - Caesarea.
- The tour of Haifa
- Bahai gardens.
- Cave of the prophet Elijah.
- Stella Maris monastery.
- Shikmona village.
- The tour of Tiberias
- The tombs of Rabbi Akiva, RAMHAL and the great philosopher RAMBAM.
- The tour of Caesarea
- The ancient aqueduct
- The gates of ancient Caesarea, built during the reign of Herod the Great
- Caesarea Archeological National Park. Ancient Hippodrome, theatre, palace of Herod the Great, Crusader fortress. (For an extra charge).
Tour of the Golan Heights
- Mitzpeh le-Shalom panorama
- History of the Golan Heights and their strategic importance to Israel
- Ancient Synagogue
- Syrian border
Tour of Tel-Aviv and Jaffa
- Museum of the history of Tel-Aviv. A big layout of the city of Tel-Aviv.
- Ahuzat Bayt neighborhood. The first houses built in Tel-Aviv.
- "White city". Famous neighborhoods of Tel-Aviv built in the Bauhaus architectural style, which Tel-Aviv is famous for.
- "Ahad ha-Am" school.
- Great Tel-Aviv Synagogue.
- Neve Tsedek neighborhood. The first neighborhood built outside the boundaries of Jaffa. The originator of the idea was Shimon Rokah, the head of the Jaffa Jewish community. Neighborhood is famous for its cultural life. The first cinema ever to be built in the country by the name of "Eden" is settled in Neve Tsedek.
- Old city of Jaffa. Jaffa is one of the most ancient city ports on earth. Gorgeous narrow streets, street markets, museums and places that tell many legends of their own. During the rule of King David Jaffa was the key trading point in the region. As the centuries pass, Jaffa becomes the main location for the arrival of Jews to the Land of Israel.
- "Hanging tree".
- Zodiac signs quarter.
- Archaeological excavations dated to the period of Exodus from Egypt.
- The old Jaffa port.
- The rock of Andromeda.
- "Jona's whale" fountain.
- Abrasha" park.
- Tomb of Rachel in Bethlehem.
- Kfar Etzion. Memorial park to the defenders of Gush Etzion. Ancient oil manufactory.
- Lonely oak. The tree of life.
- Givat Oz ve-Gaon. Memorial center built in the memory of the three kidnapped and murdered boys in June 2014).
- Gush Etzion winery.
Western Negev Desert
- Memorial to the Israeli paratroopers "Black arrow".
- "Shvil salat" farm. Where you can discover different types of agricultural technologies and particular qualities of agriculture in Israel. (For an extra charge)
- ANZAC memorial, dedicated to the Australian and New Zealander forces in the British army who helped liberate the area from the Ottomans in WWI.
- The remains of one of the most beautiful ancient synagogues – Maon.
On the way to the Dead Sea
- Susia. Archaeological park with the excavations of one of the most ancient Jewish cities. (For an extra charge)
- City buildings, cave tombs, mikvaot (ritual bassins).
- Undercity tunnel.
- Synagogue dated to the period of Talmud.
- "Kedem" herbal factory.
- Yatir. The biggest artificial forest in Israel.
- Dead Sea "Ein Gedi" beach.