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We will tailor the itinerary to you and your requests, making sure that no detail is overlooked. We’ll gladly help you plan everything and will assist you in getting the best rates for accommodations, entry fees and flights.
It is important to us to be remembered as “First Class” therefore, you will get nothing less then that! Treat yourself / guests to a most unique way of seeing the country from the air and landing in exciting places with Helicopter Tours of the country.

4 Passenger Deluxe Car $720
7 Passenger Van $870
11 Passenger Van $1090
Mercedes S Class $1200

Full day includes up to 200 kilometers and 9 hours.
* Over Mileage $1.50 per additional Km. (beyond the first 200 Kms.)
* Overnight for guide $180 in North or Center of country; $230 in Eilat or Dead Sea.
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    Tel-Aviv and Jaffa tour

    $720 up to 4 passengers, $870 up to 7 passengers
    We will embark on a short 'get acquainted' tour of Tel Aviv. The main places of attraction in Tel Aviv include Herzl Street, Tel Aviv's first boulevard; the Carmel Shuk (marketplace) - a bustling open air bazaar filled with spicy and mysterious aromas and lots of colorful wares for sale. Nearby is the "Greenwich Village" of Tel Aviv - Shenkin Street. Also nearby is one of the oldest roads in Tel Aviv - the famous Allenby Street.

    Continue towards Old Jaffa where we will see the house of Simon the Tanner where Peter the apostle was lodging after the resurrection of Tabetha (Acts 9) and where Christianity took a turn from the tiny clique closed to outsiders to the missionary religion it is today with the vision of Peter that takes place there (Acts 10). We will also the the central plaza where during the summer nights there are street festivals and music.

    Drive along the well-known Rothschild Boulevard and pass by Independence Hall, located in the house of Meir Dizengoff, the first Mayor of Tel Aviv. Here David Ben Gurion, the First Prime Minister, announced the Declaration of Independence on May 14th, 1948.

    Whether you call it Bauhaus or International Style architecture, Tel Aviv is still the only city in the world that houses such a large collection of buildings designed in this style. Many have been recently meticulously renovated and restored. This style of building evolved in Germany in the 1920's, came to an abrupt end (in Germany) with the Nazi's rise to power and continued to develop in the U.S. and elsewhere. In Tel Aviv of the 1930's, Bauhaus architecture flourished, as is evidenced by many of the wonderful buildings that line the city's streets where you can see excellent examples of Bauhaus Architecture from the 1930's, some of which have been recently beautifully restored. The "White City of Tel Aviv" has been designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage site.

    Complete the day with a drive by of numerous landmarks such as the “Habima” Theater, Rabin square, Tel Aviv university and the Yarkon park.


    $1050 up to 4 passengers, $1260 up to 7 passengers
    Early morning departure to the Dead Sea area. Drive through the Judean Wilderness passing along the way the desert oasis of Ein Gedi with its lush greenery and cool waterfalls. This is where King David, before becoming king, hid from Saul in one of the caves of this Oasis as is mentioned in the book of 1 Samuel 24. You will be able to appreciate the unique and flourishing flora and fauna of this area and you may be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of a few beautiful Ibex and Hyrax hiding in the surrounding mountains. Arrive at Massada - Ascend the cliff top fortress by cable car. Hear the dramatic story of the Zealots that held off the Roman legions for three additional years after the Temple was destroyed and the rebellion ended elsewhere. Learn about the spirit of the Jews that were willing to end their lives rather than become slaves of the Romans. From the top of Massada, the outlines of the Roman encampments are still visible below. Descend by cable car.
    In the Dead Sea area, we will proceed to one of the beaches where you will be able to experience a therapeutic dip in the Dead Sea. Let the buoyant waters support you as you relax on your back and think of nothing else but the sea and salt all around you.

    Drive by "The Inn of The Good Samaritan" which is mentioned on one of the parables Jesus teaches his disciples so as to show them the love of the fellow brother.
    Drive back

    Highlights of Jerusalem

    $720 up to 4 passengers, $870 up to 7 passengers
    Early morning departure towards Jerusalem and upon arrival, start the day with a Panoramic view of the city from the top of Mt. of Olives or Mt. Scopus. Continue to the Garden of Gethsemane where Jesus was betrayed by Judas and taken captive. Proceed to Mt. Zion to see the room of the Last Supper and the Tomb of King David. After that, we will enter the Old City through Zion gate and proceed to the Church of Holy Sepulchre where we will see the last 5 Stations of the “VIA DOLOROSA” (The stations of the Cross) and which is shared by several different streams of Christianity that fight among them for control. We’ll continue from here via the bustling “SUK” (The market place) of the Muslim Quarter to the Jewish Quarter and the Wailing/Western Wall, the Holiest place in the world for the Jewish people as it is the only remnant of the Temple that was destroyed by the Romans in 70 AD.

    We will conclude the day driving by some of the key monuments of Jerusalem: The Jerusalem Theater, Official residence of the President of Israel, Israel Museum and the Shrine of the Book, The Knesset (Parliament), Supreme Court and many of Israel Ministries in the “Capitol Hill” area in Jerusalem.