This is also the town where Simon the Tanner lived, and it was here that the Apostle performed a miracle.
Finally we arrive in Tel Aviv- Israel’s largest and most modern city. Free time to rest, relax and enjoy your first evening in Israel.
Continue to Alim visit the desert oasis continue to Wadi Feiran (Rephidim), the desert valley where the children of Israel fought against Amalekites. After crossing meet our Israeli representative and welcome to Israel.
Then to Mount Serbal, the possible site where Moses held his arms up for victory we continue inland heading towards the granite mountain of Mount Sinai (Exodus 19) and Wadi El Raha where according to traditions is the area where the Israelites camped and the golden calf was forged (Exodus 32). We will take short city tour in Eilat Israel’s southernmost town on the Red Sea.
Overnight in Tel Aviv- including Full Buffet Breakfast and Dinner.This basilica was named "Al-Mu'allaqah" because it was built atop the south gate of the Babylon Fortress. As we stroll along, we'll come to the recently restored Synagogue of Ben Ezra - the oldest Jewish synagogue in Egypt built in 882 AC.Next, we'll explore the spices and silks in the medieval bazaar of Khan el-Khalili, one of the biggest bazaars in the Middle East and North Africa’s most famous bazaar. At day break, those who desire and are physically capable, will climb-up Mount Sinai Jabal Musa (6,900 ft) climb to the summit (750 steps) walking the Footsteps of Moses and enjoy a time of praise and incredible views of the Sinai wilderness, we read from the Book of Genesis God revealed himself to Moses in the Burning Bush and where he received the Ten Commandments.After your buffet breakfast meet your Egyptologist guide to start our Where it all Began Tour, and visit one of the Seven Wonders of the ancient World, the three Pyramids of Giza.The oldest and largest of the three is the Cheops Pyramid built 3rd dynasty about 2690 B. Next is the Pyramids of Chefren and visit the majestic Great Sphinx, which is the largest single block sculpture located at the foot of the grand Pyramid Chefren.