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The Mini Grand Tour of Israel

6 days | 5 nights

With our special "mini-Grand Tour" you’ll travel across the country in its entirety in a long weekend, with each stage of the journey from place to place taking no more than 2 hours !

From the Mediterranean coastal plain of Tel Aviv to Lake Tiberias in Galilee, from the Jordan Valley to the Dead Sea, to finally climbing the hills of Jerusalem, this small, multi-faceted country provides an amazing variety of breathtaking scenery...

With 300 days of sunshine every year, Israel is proving to be a bright, vibrant and unique medium-haul niche destination that can be visited all year round!

The Original


From Dizengoff Square, named for the city's first mayor Meir Dizengoff, to Nachman Bialik Square, the poet who famously disappeared, to Yitzhak Rabin Square, the peacemaker who was assassinated on November 4, 1995, you can retrace the major historical and cultural events of modern Israeli society and discover Tel Aviv, the land of great people!

Walk up Rothschild Boulevard from the very place where David Ben-Gurion declared the independence of the State of Israel in May 1948 and stroll alongside the large flowering fig trees to the heart of the cultural scene in Habima Square.

Take a seat at a traditional vintage kiosk cafe on Ben-Gurion Avenue and order a "Café-Hafuch" (Cafe Au Lait - milky coffee), after getting a croissant from one of the excellent local French pastry shops, while you mix comfortably with the locals.


Fall under the spell of the coastal plain with its Provence-like charms!

Take part in a pottery workshop in an artists' village perched high in the hills of Mount Carmel.

Try the excellent local wines in one of the prettiest wineries in the country and walk around its paths of aromatic herbs.

Swim in the crystal-clear waters of a golden sand beach and, for those who are up for it, have a go at paddle boarding!


Get up at dawn to watch the sunrise from Mount Arbel with exceptional panoramic views of the Sea of Galilee.

Meet and chat with Emmanuel, an French and English-speaking, modern-day pioneer, during a private visit to one of the first kibbutzim in the country (agricultural collective community).

Participate to an olive oil tasting in a local olive press, specializing in the manufacture of cosmetic products all made from olive oil.

Enjoy your diner in an excellent local meat restaurant for a "Farm to Table" experience offering breathtaking views over the Lake Tiberias.


Indulge your taste buds with a culinary tour that’s off the beaten track, exploring Jerusalem’s different neighborhoods. It’s the best way to explore and understand the complexity of this spice capital!

Escape the hubbub of the city for a few hours and explore the forested hills that surround Jerusalem and, just a few kilometers from the capital, are home to one of Israel's most popular wineries.

Participate in a Shabbat meal with a traditional Jerusalem family and learn about the foods and customs of the Orthodox Jewish tradition.

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