2 days, 1 nights
A land steeped in Islamic history and tradition, offers a profound and enriching experience for those seeking to spiritual connection.
From sacred sites to historical landmarks, presents a tapestry of Christian & Islamic heritage.
The Old City of Jerusalem is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
With its four distinct quarters – Jewish, Christian, Muslim, and Armenian – offering a unique glimpse into the city’s rich history and diversity.
As one of the most sought after places in the world, the Old City of Jerusalem is a must see for anyone visiting the Middle East.
There is a fascinating array of museums in Jerusalem. Of these, perhaps the most important is Yad Vashem.
YOLO team wishes you to enjoy the journey!
Proceed to Allenby Border Cross to the Holy Land to be welcomed by our guide at Allenby Bridge, Transfer to Allenby Bridge for departure. Short drive to Jericho, considered as the oldest continuously inhabited city. Visit Hisham’s Palace to see the Tree of Life mosaic from the Umayyad period.
Continue to Maqam An-Nabi Musa, believed to contain the tomb of Prophet Musa. Enter the Old City through one of its gates and walk through the Muslim Quarter to Haram al-Sharif and visit al-Aqsa Mosque, the Mosque of Qubbet al-Sakhra (Dome of the Rock), and the Islamic schools with their Mamluk style architecture. Head to Jerusalem for overnight.
After Breakfast, Head to Hebron, for a visit of its Old Town with al- Haram al-Ibrahimi as the burial place of prophets Ibrahim, Isaac, Jacob and their wives Sarah, Rebecca, and Leah.
Continue to Bethlehem, stop by Ma’mre, where legend says that Abraham pitched his tent, and three angels informed him that his wife Sarah would give birth to a son. In Bethlehem, visit the birthplace of prophet Issa in the Church of Nativity before going back to Allenby bridge to cross over again.