We offer you a half day or full day break from the treatment and a chance to explore the area surrounding The Dead Sea. You can choose to join a bus tour, or a private tour. We can organize all kinds of breaks, from adrenalin inducing activities with RZR 4X4, ATV or Jeep tours in the desert and Camel riding, through to art, culture and historical tours.
Jerusalem is the capital of Israel and by far one of the most fascinating cities in the world, where thousands of years of glorious history seamlessly intertwine with modern day life. Discover the overwhelming power of this 3,000 year old city; its innumerable historic sites and archaeological wonders, its magical walkways and magnificent views, which are guaranteed to leave a lasting impression. At the same time, the city’s strikingly modern attractions promise round the clock excitement and pleasure for all lovers of culture, arts, music, and culinary delights.
You can choose any tour that is of interest to you; a tour following Christian holy sites (Mount of Olives, Gethsemane, Via Dolorosa, Western Wall, Church of the Holy Sepulchre, and more), and you can meet the modern vibrant Jerusalem (Israel Museum, Mahane Yehuda market.
Masada – a World Heritage Site – Is one of the most exciting and frequently-toured places in Israel (Declared by UNESCO). On an isolated clifftop in the heart of the desert, on a plateau overlooking the Dead Sea and the untamed landscape of the Judean Desert, there once stood a magnificent palace. The story of Masada relates to a struggle of perseverance and power, faith and surrender, ambitions, and a tragic end. Masada is a place where battles were waged with rocks and flaming arrows, as well as battles of the human spirit.
Stroll through the castle ruins and discover rooms and structures, archaeological findings highlighting life at Masada during the Roman siege.
Enter the Northern Castle, the ruins of King Herod’s private fortress palace. Whisper a prayer in the ancient synagogue, where Jews congregated three times a day to pray for salvation. Pay homage to the departed freedom fighters, which drew lots in the “Lottery Room” to determine the order of the men’s impending deaths, until the last remaining man put an end to his own life as well.
Gaze at what is left of a Byzantine-era church and its mosaic artwork, possibly used for centuries by escaped Christian monks as early as the 1st Century, for a period of roughly 600 years.
Masada sound and light show
The saga of Masada Fortress, which is shown on the western rim of the mountain, delivered to the spectators by pyrotechnics means of light and sound, bringing to life the legendary story of the Jewish defenders on top of Masada.
Artists’ Quarter – A hive of galleries and studios that has evolved in Arad’s industrial zone in the western part of town. Stroll around the quarter, which has become part of the city’s “face”, take a workshop (arrange in advance), talk to the artists about their work, and shop our eye-pleasing stores for original desert-inspired art.
Tel Arad National Park – A fortress from the Kingdom of Judea, this site is the ruins of an ancient Canaanite city. The story of the place is told through its walls, its streets, its temple shrines, its palace, and its impressive water system.
Sussiya An archeological site of a Jewish village located in the South Hebron Hills, going back to the Roman-Byzantine period in Israel.