Eshet Incoming in Israel offers you all you could want in Israel and the neighboring countries: world-class hotels, fine dining, modern facilities and fascinating, out of the ordinary activities. As Israel’s leading DMC, winning of Crystal Awards and World Travel Awards, Eshet Incoming is looking back at over 33 years of experience. With a dynamic and innovative operations, they are handling all types of leisure tourists, FITs, and groups.
“They are offering a wide selection of Israel Tours – whether you are looking for Christian Tours, Jewish and Interfaith Tours, Bar/Bat Mitzvah Tours, Special Interest Tours, or just an extended Family Tour. Start-ups & Innovation, MBA programs, Culinary and Wine tours, Hiking and Biking, Desert & Spa experience, Medical Tours, and much more. Whether for groups or individual tourists – they are your perfect partner for an unmatched Holy Land experience!”
Significant buying power provides them with very competitive rates, full time multi-lingual employees guarantee the best services one is looking for in Israel. Moreover, Eshet Incoming has deep knowledge of the hotel industry throughout the country, uses synergies between the hospitality and the land services, has knowledge of the local language, as well as the best tour guides and suppliers.
Tourist destination highlights
• Discover the Bauhaus Area and enjoy the great weather, the beach, and the lifestyle of one of the world’s top sea-side cities – Tel-Aviv
• Enjoy the beaches and float your troubles away in the salty, healing waters of the lowest point on earth – The Dead Sea.
• Visit Bethlehem – the birthplace of Jesus at the Church of the Nativity and Manger Square
• Stroll through the endless winding streets in the quarters of the Old City of Jerusalem; from the Western Wall to the Via Dolorosa you’ll find thousands of years of history
• Enjoy the colourful and full of flavours Mchane Yehuda Market – one of the top visited markets in Israel
• Visit the ancient city of Caesarea, built by Herod the Great and once the seat of Roman rule
• Take a scenic boat ride on the Sea of Galilee – One of the earliest settled areas in the Land of Israel
• Travel back in time in Nazareth where the holy sites are some of the most important in the world for those of Christian faith
• Take a break at the Red Sea and visit the beaches of Eilat, where the sun lasts all year round
• Explore Masada National Park with its magnificent palace on a lofty plateau overlooking the Dead Sea and the untamed landscape of the Judean Desert
Amnon Ben- David
12 Nahalat Yitzhak Street
Tel Aviv, Israel 6744812
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• Family Travel
• Israel Christian Tours
• Jewish Heritage Tours
• Bar-Mitzva tours
• Scheduled Tours
• Ground Services
• Culinary Tours
• Sports & Activities
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Cradle of Civilizing – A unique destination.The Land of the Bible with its more than 4000 year old history is a must visit for every human being. Small as it is, Israel is a jam-packed with history, culture, diverse people, landscapes, and experiences. The modern state may be just 73 years old, but its story began thousands of years ago.
Visitors exploring Pre Historic and Biblical archaeological sites, fortresses and ruins across the country discover layer upon layer of history through the ages, throughout differing reigning powers. It is a land of deep significance to Jews, Muslims, Christians, Druze and Bahai believers and many others who live and worship in their own way.
Even the geography and topography offer huge variety – Israel offers opportunities to enjoy not only magnificent history and archaeology, but also a broad range of outdoor activities, such as hiking, swimming, rappelling, caving, and snorkelling, together with an energetic urban culture of museums, concerts, restaurants, bustling boulevards, and shopping.
In addition to the classic sites that tourists typically head to in Israel such as Tel-Aviv, Jerusalem, Sea of Galilee, The Dead Sea and Eilat, there are those that are off the beaten track, but well worth a visit. “The magical city of Rosh Pina in the north features quaint cobbled streets, restaurants and art galleries, an ancient synagogue and hilltop lookout over the spectacular Hula valley.
Tira market offers a vibrant mix of colours, flavours, and fragrances, along with a wide range of products from clothing and jewellery to spices and fresh fruit. Looking for a coastal treasure? Try Rosh Hanikra, a breath-taking geologic formation on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, with a chalk cliff face with spectacular grottos.
In the 300,000-year-old Avshalom Caves near Jerusalem, you will find four-meter stalactites that have evolved info magnificent stone pillars. Finally, if you’re around between February and March, head south to see the magnificent site of bright red anemone flowers taking over the Negev.”
“Israel is all about:
• 5000 years of heritage
• A cradle of civilization
• A start-up nation
• Year-round sunny destination
• Historical, Archaeological and many UNESCO world heritage sites
• A culinary hub, which offers a variety of cuisines for every taste.”
Jerusalem – Sacred to three monotheistic religions, it is said to be home to more holy sites than any other city in the world. Synagogues, Mosques, and Churches can be found at almost every turn, especially when exploring the picturesque cobblestone alleyways of the Old City.
Tel Aviv – Fascinating culture and art, statement fashion, international cuisine and a cosmopolitan vibe all act as a magnet for the young and young at heart, from all over the world.
Eilat – Resorts and reefs are the draw on Israel’s skinny Red Sea coastline, and Eilat tempts visitors with sun that lasts all year round. Sandy beaches, warm waters, and nightlife complete the package, along with desert scenery that’s just beyond the crowded coast.
Acre – The Old City of Akko is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in recognition of the remains of the Crusader town both above and below street level and because the city is one of a very small number of Ottoman walled towns with citadels, mosques, khans and baths, which have been preserved. In Akko, these sites were built on top of the ruins of the Crusader structures.
The Sea of Galilee – The Sea of Galilee (the Kinneret) is a magnificent geographical marvel surrounded by pretty rural agricultural settlements. Famous because of its prominence among New Testament writings (as is the whole of the Galilee as the place Jesus lived), the Sea of Galilee is one of the earliest settled areas in the Land of Israel and boasts archaeological ruins sitting alongside some of the first pioneering settlements in Israel, as well as religious sites, modern cities, and endless outdoor pursuits.
The Dead Sea – The Dead Sea, known in Hebrew as Yam Ha-Melakh (the Sea of Salt) is the lowest point on earth, surrounded by the stunning landscape of the Negev Desert. The shores of the Dead Sea are the lowest point on the surface of the earth, and the saline water of the lake give lead to the name because no fish can survive in the salty waters. The other result of the salty water is their renowned health and healing properties and the unique feature that one can float naturally in them.
Nazareth – Nazareth’s many legendary churches, mosques, magical Old City, old factories, traditional heritage, colourful market, famous spice shop, craft shops, cultural activities, festivals, true Middle Eastern flavours, scenic panoramic views and fresh mountain air are all reasons that make this exotic city a hit with tourists.