Regardless of faith, this region is a fascinating place to visit. From the lively nightlife of Tel Aviv, to the charming gardens of Haifa, to the religious icons of Jerusalem, it is an area full of natural beauty, historical sites and places of great spiritual importance. Relax in the salty wonder of the Dead Sea, cruise on the beautiful Sea of Galilee and stand in reverence at holy sites that people have been worshipping at for centuries. Infused with spirit, history, faith and legend - this magical journey will leave lasting memories.
Day 1 Tel Aviv
Arrive in Tel Aviv and soak up the modern charms of this dynamic city. By day, worship the sun at the beach, relax in cafes, admire art at galleries and shop for the latest fashions at boutiques. By night, enjoy the lively atmosphere by joining locals at the many bars, clubs and restaurants that Tel Aviv is famous for.
Day 2 Haifa
Get to know the other side of Tel Aviv by walking through the streets of the old quarter on a morning tour, then journey to Haifa by train. Haifa's panoramic coastal views, stunning gardens and growing arts and cultural scene make this a captivating place to visit.
Day 3 Daliat el Camel
Enjoy a trip to the immaculate Baha'i Gardens and Shrine of the Bab - considered the second most holy shrine for people of the Baha'i faith. Spend time wandering the peaceful gardens and soaking up the serene aura of this unique place. Tonight, enjoy a homestay with a local Druze family
Day 4 Tiberias
One of the four holy cities of Judaism, Tiberias is home to tombs of revered sages, ritual baths and holy synagogues. In the afternoon, watch a spectacular, golden sunset over the Sea of Galilee on a boat trip.
Day 5 Metsokei Dragot
Travel to the iconic Dead Sea to enjoy a relaxing soak in the salty waters. Perhaps visit the ancient ruins of Masada and Qumran, which are fascinating settlements close to where the Dead Sea Scrolls were hidden.
Days 6-8 Jerusalem
Take a short journey to the ancient walled city of Jerusalem and be amazed by the displays of different faiths that are infused throughout the city. The Western Wall is one of the most significant Jewish religious sites in the world, the Al-Aqsa Mosque is an Islamic holy place and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre is a place of reverence for Christians. Visit the Mt of Olives for a panoramic view over Jerusalem and explore the world's epicentre of faiths at ground level, being moved by these ancient spiritual sites.