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Monday, 20 April 2020 21:32

Egypt and Israel

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11 Nights 12 Days

Proposed Itinerary

Day 1: Egypt

  • Arrival in the land of Plenty and the land of Refuge where –
  • Abraham took refuge when there was drought in Canaan (Genesis 12:10).
  • Joseph prospered after being sold by his brothers (Genesis 37:12).
  • The people of Israel were enslaved for 400 yrs.
  • Moses was born (Exodus 2:1) and
  • The Lord Jesus Christ took refuge from the threat of King Herod (Mathew 2:13).
  • At Cairo International airport, you will be welcomed and assisted through immigration and customs by our representative, then escorted to your hotel.

Overnight: Cairo

Meal plan: Lunch / Dinner


Day 2: Egypt

  • Breakfast at the hotel. Proceed for the days sites
  • The Hanging Church
  • Church of St. Sergius
  • Church of St. Mercurius
  • Ben Ezra Synagogue

Overnight: Cairo

Meal plan: Breakfast Lunch / Dinner


Day 3: Egypt

After breakfast departure to St. Catherine via the tunnel underneath the Suez Cannel to the west branch of the Red Sea, following what is thought to be the route of the Biblical Exodus (Genesis16-18). Our drive is through the Sinai Peninsula and the biblical Land of Goshen to the Mount Sinai area

  • Suez Canal
  • Springs of Moses
  • Wilderness of Sin
  • Rephidim

Transfer to St Catharine. Arrive St Catharine check in hotel .Have an early dinner and retire early to be ready for the early morning climb.

Overnight: St Catharine

Meal plan: Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner


Day 4: Egypt 

At approx. 2300hrs, start the climb of Mountain of St. Catherine.
Return to hotel for rest and breakfast. Checkout and visit sites in St. Catherine

  • Mount Moses
  • Orthodox Monastery of St Catherine
  • The Well of Moses
  • The Burning Bush

Transfer to the   border town of Taba (approx. 2.5 hrs.) 

Arrive and check in the hotel and rest of the evening at leisure.

Overnight: Taba

Meal plan: Breakfast /Lunch / Dinner


Day 5: Egypt/ Israel

Early breakfast and checkout. At approx. 0700hrs, transfer to the border and cross over to Eilat to enter Israel. Cross through the border- check and immigration. Meet and assistance by our guide in Israel. 

Welcome to ISRAEL…Land of the Bible….Land of the faith…. the Holy Land, revered throughout recorded history as the cradle of monotheistic religion. For a person of faith whose beliefs are rooted in the Bible there is no place on earth like the Holy Land –Israel

  • Pillar of Lots Wife
  • Jericho
  • Cable Car to Mt. of Temptation
  • Quarantal
  • Zachaeus House
  • Elisha Springs
  • Sycamore Tree
  • Dead Sea

Overnight: Bethlehem 

Meal plan: Breakfast/Lunch /Dinner


Day 6: Israel 

Breakfast at the hotel.

  • Ein Karem
  • Church of Visitations
  • Church of John The Baptist 
  • of Olives 
  • Ascension
  • Pater Noster
  • Dominus Flevit 
  • Garden of Gethsemane 
  • Mt Zion
  • Domitian Abbey
  • King David's Tomb 
  • Upper Room 
  • St Peter in Gallicantu
  • Church of Nativity 

Transfer to hotel

Overnight: Bethlehem 

Meal plan: Breakfast/ Lunch/Dinner


Day 7: Israel

Breakfast at the hotel.

  • Bethany
  • House of Mary, Martha & Lazarus, 
  • Lazarus Tomb
  • Bethesda Pools
  • Annes Church
  • Chapel of Flagellation
  • Chapel of Condemnation
  • Via Dolorosa
  • Calvary
  • Golgotha
  • Holy Sepulcher
  • Wailing Wall

Transfer to hotel

Overnight: Bethlehem 

Meal plan: Breakfast/Lunch /Dinner


Day 8:  Israel

Breakfast at the hotel. Checkout and proceed for days sites

  • Jaffa
  • Haifa
  • Mt Carmel 
  • View of Bahai Gardens
  • Stella Maris Church
  • Elijah Cave 
  • Megiddo
  • Cana  
  • Church of The Wedding Miracle
  • Nazareth
  • Church of Annunciation
  • Marys Well
  • Josef's Work Shop  

Overnight: Nazareth / Tiberias

Meal plan: Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner


Day 9: Israel/Jordan

Breakfast at the hotel. Checkout and proceed for days sites

  • Galilee
  • of Beatitudes
  • Kfar Nahum (Capernaum) 
  • Tagbha
  • Mensa Cristi
  • Primacy of Peter
  • Boat Ride On Sea Of Galilee 
  • Yardenit (River Jordan)
  • Kibbutz Visit

Transfer to border of Jordan. Cross through and continue to Amman. Check-in at the hotel.

Overnight: Amman  

Meal plan: Breakfast/Lunch /Dinner


Day 10: Jordan

Breakfast at the hotel.

  • Mt Nebo 
  • Masada

Overnight: Amman 

Meal plan: Breakfast/Lunch / Dinner


Day 11: Jordan / Kenya

Breakfast at the hotel and checkout and free time for shopping. Early dinner and continue to the airport for final departure.

Meal plan: Breakfast /Lunch 


Day 12:  Nairobi

Arrive JKIA


End of Services


Hotels used:

  • 180,540 per person sharing in twin/double room
  • 212,160 per person in single room


Package Includes:

  • Meet & Assist upon arrival & departure in all countries
  • Daily activities as per the itinerary
  • MEALS:  Buffet Breakfast,

                Buffet Dinner – drinks to be paid direct 

                Lunch on tour – drinks to be paid direct 

  • Hotel Accommodation for 10 nights
  • Professional English speaking guide
  • Transportation in a deluxe air conditioned motor-coach
  • Entrance fees to all sites mentioned in the itinerary
  • Visa to Egypt, Israel and Jordan
  • Departure tax, land taxes and basic tips
  • Return International flights & Airport taxes
  • 2 (500ml) mineral water bottles per person per day
  • Pilgrims certificate

Package excludes:

  • Any item of not mentioned above
  • Personal expenses
  • Travel Insurance

Terms and conditions

  • 8 years – 11.99 years (sharing with 2 adults) – 80% of the per person sharing rate
  • 8 years – 11.99 years (sharing with 1 adults) – 90% of the per person sharing rate
  • 8 years – 11.99 years (children in own room) – 50% of the per person sharing rate

Scheduled Departures:

  • 12 August – 22 August 2020
  • 02 September – 12 September 2020
  • 18 November – 28 November 2020
  • 21 November – 01 December 2020
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