Israel & Egypt Tour




Overnight flight to Cairo.



Arrive Cairo airport, meeting and assistance through customs.
Transfer to your hotel in Cairo for dinner and overnight.



Transfer to the airport for short flight to Aswan; transfer to cruise ship. Cruising program to include Felucca, Elephantine Island, the Botanical Gardena and view of the Agha Khan: Lunch, dinner and overnight: Cruise Ship.



After breakfast visit Aswan sites including the High Dam; the unfinished obelisk and the Temple of Philae. Return to the ship for lunch. After lunch sail to Kom Ombo; visit the Temple of Kom-Ombo, dedicated for gods Sobek and Haroeris; sail on to Edfu. Dinner and overnight: Cruise Ship.



After breakfast visit Temple of Edfu, dedicated to the god Horus; lunch on board ship while sailing to Esna. Cross Esna lock and sail to Luxor. Dinner and overnight: Cruise Ship.



After breakfast disembark from cruise; visit the west bank including the two Colossi of Memnon, Temple of Queen Hatshepsut at Deir El-Bahari, and the Valley of the Kings. Evening visit to Karnak and the Luxor Temples. Evening flight to Cairo; transfer to hotel. Dinner and overnight: Hotel in Cairo.



After breakfast visit one of the Seven Wonders of the ancient world – The Pyramids; the pyramid for Khufu (Greek Cheops) is the largest at 451 feet tall and was built in 2570 B.C.; the second largest pyramid is Khafre’s (Chephren), son of Khufu and the smallest is the grandson Menkaure (Mycerinus). We’ll see the Valley Temple where the pharaohs were first laid out for their funeral before entering the tombs; the Sphinx with its lion body and face of Khufu will be there before the pyramids. Afternoon visit the Egyptian Museum viewing the artifacts of ancient kingdoms including the treasures from King Tutankhamen’s Tomb; the unusual Amenhotep IV and more. Dinner and overnight: Hotel in Cairo.



After breakfast, travel across the border from Egypt to Israel. Meet your guide and driver in Israel and drive north along the Arava to your hotel at the Dead Sea, the lowest spot on earth. Dinner and overnight: Hotel at the Dead Sea.



After breakfast drive along the shores of the Dead Sea to Qumran where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found. Continue north, pass Jericho, the ancient Canaanite city destroyed by the power of the God. It is the oldest inhabited city in the world. Parts of the ancient city walls have been uncovered. Continue along the Jordan Valley to Tiberias. Dinner and overnight: Hotel in Tiberias.

DAY 10


This morning cross the Sea of Galilee by boat to Capernaum, home of St. Peter, and visit the ruins of the ancient synagogue. Continue to Tabgha, the site of the multiplication of loaves and fishes. On to the Mt. of Beatitudes, where Jesus preached the Sermon on the Mount. We will also take time to visit the baptismal site at the Jordan River, where baptism may be celebrated. Dinner and overnight: Hotel in Tiberias.

DAY 11


After breakfast drive via Cana of Galilee where Jesus performed His first miracle: turning jars of water into wine (John 21-11). Drive through the Jezreel Valley into the mountains of the Galilee, pass Nazareth, the childhood home of Jesus. Continue to Mount Carmel and theMukhraka, where Elijah faced the prophets of the Baal and brought down the fire of God (1 Kings 18), which provides a magnificent panorama of Carmel, the Mountains of Samaria, Gilboa, Gilad and the entire Jezreel Valley below. On to Caesarea, built by King Herod the Great in 99 B.C. You will see the Roman Theater and Aqueduct and the Herodian Port. End the day in Jerusalem. We will take a few minutes to view the city before checking into our hotel. Dinner and overnight: Hotel in Jerusalem.

DAY 12


The Bible will become a three dimensional book as life-changing experiences of the next several days begin to unfold. Our day will begin with our now familiar, delicious buffet breakfast. Then the remarkable journey back in time begins. We will see olive trees on the Mt. of Olives (LK 19 & 12; Sam. 15) that date to the time of Christ. We will stand on the top of the Mt. of Olives where the Lord ascended into heaven (Acts 1), and take time to pray at the Garden of Gethsemane (Jn. 18). This afternoon, we visit the Upper Room. We will then visit Bethlehem (LK 2), birthplace of Jesus. Continue to the Israel Museum which hosts the Holy Land Walk-Around Model and the Shrine of the Book,where the Dead Sea Scrolls are kept. On to Yad Vashem, the Holocaust Museum. End the day at the Martin Luther King Memorial, the only one outside of the United States. Dinner and overnight: Hotel in Jerusalem.

DAY 13


Today will be an extraordinary day of sightseeing. We can touch part of Herod’s Temple at the Western Wall. We will walk up to the original Temple Mount platform where King Herod’s Temple stood, and view the Dome of the Rock. Walk through the Old City, and visit the Pools of Bethesda (Jn. 5). View the shops and the unique way of life that these ancient customs and lifestyles have maintained. Proceed to Pilate’s Judgment Hall in the Fortress of Antonia, where we will walk through some of the ancient rooms. Walk along the Via Dolorosa; visit the Ethiopian Coptic Church, proving the African presence for centuries. Final stop of the day will give us the opportunity to serve the agony of Christ’s crucifixion at Gordon’s Calvary and experience the exhilaration and reality of the resurrection at the Garden Tomb. Return to our hotel. Farewell dinner. Overnight: Hotel in Jerusalem.

DAY 14


Early morning transfer to the airport for your flight back home. Arrive USA the same day.

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Deposits and Payments

A deposit of $350.00 is required with each reservation to guarantee booking. The balance is due 60 days prior to departure. All checks should be made payable to Coral Travel & Tours, Ltd.

Tour Arrangements

Air – Air arrangements are included in most group tours. Air is available to individual travelers upon request.

Land – All packages including overnight hotel stays are quoted based upon double occupancy sharing a twin or double room with private facilities. Coral Travel & Tours, Ltd. does not arrange sharing for individual travelers. Single rooms are available at additional cost. Coral Travel & Tours, Ltd. reserves the right to substitute hotels based upon availability when necessary. Sightseeing and entrance fees are included as per itinerary. Individual passengers and passengers arriving independently from a scheduled group are responsible for their own transfers.

Not Included

Gratuities, airport taxes and transfers (unless specifically included in certain group tours), optional tours, charges for passports, vaccinations and inoculations, excess baggage charges, accident, trip cancellation and baggage insurance, telephone and cable charges, laundry, meals not specified in the itinerary, liquor, items of a personal nature and any items not specifically listed as included.

Cancellation Penalties

All cancellations must be in writing

  • Up to 100 days prior to departure date $75.00 cancellation fee
  • From 99-61 days prior to departure date $250.00 cancellation fee
  • From 60-46 days prior to departure date $350.00 cancellation fee
  • From 45 days prior to departure date and on – full cancellation fee (100%)


You will be required to provide Coral Travel & Tours with a copy of your passport with final payment. Please Note: The State of Israel requires that your passport have an expiration date not less than 6 months after your date of arrival in Israel. There is no visa requirement for citizens of the United States traveling to Israel. Other nationals should contact their consulate for visa information. For other destinations please contact Coral Travel & Tours, Ltd. Coral Travel & Tours does NOT process visa applications. No inoculations are currently required for travel to Israel. Please contact public health authorities for further information or other destinations.

Fuel Surcharge

Please note fuel surcharges are set by the airline and Coral Travel & Tours has no control over nor receives advance notice of changes. Due to fluctuating global oil prices, the fee may change. The airline will only guarantee the fee at time of ticketing. If the airline imposes an increase, the difference will be the responsibility of each traveler and will be collected prior to departure.

Insurance Note

Travel Insurance is Highly recommended, See attached information. The Exclusion for Pre – Existing Condition will be waived i9f premium is received at the time of orwithin 14 days of the initial deposit/payment for the trip. See Travel Insurance Certificate for complete details. Travel Insurance Benefits are administered by :Trip Mate, Inc. (in CA, dba Trip Mate Insurance Agency). 9225 Ward Parkway, Suite 200, Kansas City, MO, 6411, 1-800-888-7292, To review full plan details go to:


Suitcases: 1 per person, not to exceed 50 lbs. for 1 bag. Each can measure up to 62 linear inches (length + height + width). Carry On Luggage: 1 per person, not to exceed 11 lbs. Each can measure up to 45 linear inches (length + height + width).


Any change in the basic program will result in the charge of $150 per change per person plus any additional charges that may apply for revised air or land arrangements.


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