Sightseeing Tour from Jerusalem to Jericho


3 Days

from $595

Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Nazareth & the Dead Sea Area

Day 1: Amman – Border Crossing – Jerusalem: Mt of Olives & Old City Tour


Day 2: Jerusalem – Bethlehem – Shepherd’s Field – West Jerusalem*


Day 3: Jerusalem – Jericho – Qumran – Masada – Border Crossing – Amman


*time permitting


Prices are per person, with all rates in US dollars, including all service charges and government taxes.

The standard accommodation will be in a twin or double room, and on Bed & Breakfast basis.

No. of Travelers3-Star Hotel4-Star Hotel5-Star Hotel
2$905 $1,045$1215
4$690 $830$1000
5$650 $790$960

The above prices may vary according to season, and are not valid during Christian or Jewish holidays.
*The additional cost for a single room is already included in the price for solo travelers.

Upgrades & Additions

If you want, you can upgrade your accommodation to stay in a single room, or add dinner – just let us know.

 3-Star Hotel4-Star Hotel5-Star Hotel
Single Room+$100 +$200 +$230
Add Dinner+$40 +$80 Not available

Tour Guides

We do our best to provide English-speaking, government-licensed guides whenever requested. Also guides speaking other languages might be a possibility. However, please note that especially during high seasons and holidays sufficiently qualified guides might not be available.
The daily fee for a tour guide is approximately $500.


    • Transport by an experienced driver in an air-conditioned vehicle.
    • Accommodation: 2 nights in a Hotel in Jerusalem, twin or double room.
    • 2x Breakfast


    • Entrances fees.
    • Exit tax out of Jordan.
    • Exit tax out of Israel / Palestine.
    • Transfers between border terminals & optional VIP Crossing Service.
    • All tips to guide & driver.
    • Everything not mentioned in the inclusions.

Terms & Conditions

You can find the full details of our tour terms and conditions here.

DAY 1: Amman – Border Crossing – Jerusalem: Mt of Olives & Old City Tour


    • Pick up from your door in Amman (or elsewhere in Jordan), and transfer to King Hussein / Allenby Bridge Israeli Terminal.
    • From the border crossing, drive to the Mount of Olives for a wonderful view over Jerusalem.
    • Continue to the Church of the Pater Noster, where the Lord’s Prayer is displayed on local-style pottery panels in over 100 different languages and dialects.
    • The traditional Palm Sunday route takes you then past the vast Jewish Cemetery and several other churches and monasteries. At the foot of the mountain, you can stroll through the Garden of Gethsemane with its beautiful ancient olive trees.
    • Enter the Old City through the Dung gate to visit the Wailing (or Western) Wall, and view the Haram Al Sharif with the Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Dome of the Rock.
    • Walk the Via Dolorosa with its Stations of the Cross till you arrive at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, where Jesus was crucified and buried, and then rose again.
    • Take some time to explore the bazaars, and leave then the Old City to the west by Jaffa Gate. If time is permitting, you can drive through West Jerusalem and view various landmarks.


Overnight in Jerusalem.

DAY 2: Jerusalem – Bethlehem – Shepherd’s Field – West Jerusalem


    • Depart from your hotel to Bethlehem, crossing into the West Bank and stopping at the Separation Wall.
    • Continue into today’s modern city of Bethlehem to see the Church of the Nativity, believed to be located at the birthplace of Jesus.
    • Drive to the Shepherd’s Fields in Beit Sahour, which is the place where according to some tradition the angels first announced Jesus’ birth.
    • After that, return to Jerusalem. If there is time, you can visit a site in the western part of the city, such as the Mahane Yehuda Market, Yad Vashem (the Holocaust Memorial), or the Israel Museum (where you can see the Dead Sea Scrolls). Please discuss your preference with your driver or guide, and note that museums may close early on some days.


Overnight in Jerusalem

DAY 3: Jerusalem – Jericho – Qumran – Masada – Border Crossing – Amman


    • Today, you will leave Jerusalem towards the East, and follow a long, winding road down to the Dead Sea area. On your way you can stop at the Inn of the Good Samaritan. The site is associated with a story from the New Testament, in which a Samaritan helped a wounded traveler from a hostile tribe. Nowadays, you can also find there a museum, showcasing mosaics from all over the region. Then continue to Jericho, the oldest city in the world.
    • After Jericho, you will visit Qumran, where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found. The scrolls are ancient Jewish manuscripts of outstanding historic, religious and linguistic significance – the oldest of them dating back as far as the 3rd century BC.
    • Then head on to Masada, a desert fort high above the Dead Sea, and site of the last stand of the Jews in their fight against the Romans.
    • In the evening, we will take you back along the shores of the Dead Sea to the border crossing, and from there up to Amman (or elsewhere in Jordan), where we will drop you off at your preferred location.


This is a private tour, so we run it whenever you want! (Well, to be honest, ‘whenever’ is a bit restricted by the opening hours of the border crossings. But just tell us when you would like to go, and we will make it as ‘whenever’ as possible!)


All tours are run in private, air-conditioned vehicles with excellent drivers.

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