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Tailor-made Israel

Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Tiberias & The Sea of Galilee 7 nights Price from £1,977 per person

The birthplace of three of the world’s major religions, Jerusalem is one of the world’s most culturally important cities. Our tailor-made itinerary includes three nights in the Old City, giving time to explore the ancient streets and monuments, before travelling north to 2,000 year-old Tiberias on the Sea of Galilee, followed by cosmopolitan Tel Aviv – where you can relax and enjoy a delicious al fresco dinner overlooking the Mediterranean. If you have more than a week to spare, stay on and visit the south of the country: ask for a quotation to include travel through the Negev Desert to the clifftop Roman ruins at Masada, and onwards to the Red Sea.

A moving excursion from Jerusalem would visit Bethlehem and the Church of the Nativity, with its ancient mosaic floors, built on the site of Jesus’ birth. Join a group for a half day tour from Jerusalem for £70 per person.

What's included

...when you travel with Kirker

  • Return flights
  • Three nights at the Arthur Hotel with breakfast
  • Two nights at the Scots Hotel with breakfast
  • Two nights at the Shalom Hotel & Relax with breakfast
  • Return private car transfers
  • The services of the Kirker Concierge


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7 nights from £1,977 per person.

Included Hotels


Arthur Hotel
Jerusalem, Israel,

The most popular boutique hotel in Jerusalem, the Arthur takes its name from Lord Balfour, an influential figure in modern Israel’s regeneration in the 1930s; the era in which the hotel was built.


Shalom Hotel & Relax
Tel Aviv, Israel,

A boutique hotel situated on bustling Hayarkon Street, the Shalom is across the road from Tel Aviv’s sandy beaches.


Scots Hotel
Tiberias & The Sea of Galilee, Israel,
This unique hotel is housed in a handsome 19th century building and commands excellent views across the Sea of Galilee. When Church of Scotland pioneer Dr David Watt Torrance founded his hospital in 1894 to ‘treat all people without prejudice’, he could not have predicted that in 1999, the Church of Scotland would restore the magnificent stone buildings to create a luxury boutique hotel to ‘welcome people from all over the world’.

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