How do you imagine a perfect Israel vacation? Perhaps you are a Christian pilgrim, who wants to follow the footsteps of Jesus? A Jew, who celebrates the Bar Mitzvah of his son? A Muslim, who wants to travel to Al-Quds (Jerusalem), the third holiest city of Islam, on a Muslim itinerary? A wine lover who wants to explore the wineries of Carmel, or simply someone who looks for a vacation at the sea? Israel has something to offer every tourist, and regardless of what are your preferences and expectations, Genesis Boutique Travel will offer flawless customer service.
Jerusalem, the capital of Israel, is undoubtedly the tourist center of the country: the Western Wall, the last remnant of the Temple; the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, built on the site of the Resurrection; the Al Aqsa Mosque, and the entire Old City will never cease to attract tourists. However, Jerusalem is by no means the only city where visitors go to, as the entire Holy Land is rife with prominent landmarks that will make your Israel vacation unforgettable. Do you fancy going to the spa at the Dead Sea? How about going hiking on one of Israel's hiking trails? Maybe you would like to spend the winter holidays in Eilat, which is a year-round Red Sea resort?
Genesis Boutique Travel has been offering tours to Israel, Jordan, and Egypt for more than 25 years. We know how to make the itinerary truly enjoyable, we partner with the best Israeli guides, and our established relationships with the hotels allow us to offer our clients very competitive prices, which are much lower than what you may usually book on the internet. To book your Israel vacation today please contact us, and we will get back to you the soonest possible.
A vacation in Israel will always be different: the Land of Israel played a special role in the history of humanity like no other place on Earth, and it became a tourist destination even before the word tourism was coined, having been the point of Jewish pilgrimage since pre-Christian times. Visiting Israel means visiting the roots of the Judeo-Christian civilization and reconnecting to the heritage that new generations of Jews, Christians and Muslims keep carrying on to their children and grandchildren.