Jerusalem 2 days itinerary from Sharm El Sheikh

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Duration 2 Days
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  1. The Jordan River
  2. Bethlehem
  3. Shepherds' Field
  4. Church of the Nativity
  5. Western Wall
  6. Gethsemane
  7. Jericho
  8. Mount of Temptation
  9. Dead Sea

Day 1
  1. 03:00 - Pickup from the hotel in Sharm
  2. 07:00 - Arriving at Taba Heights
  3. 08:00 - Crossing the border, it take more than 2 hours
  4. 13:00 - Visit to the Jordan River
  5. 14:00 - Visiting of Bethlehem.
  6. 15:00 - Visit to Shepherd fields and Shopping.
  7. 17:00 - Checking in to the hotel
Day 2
  1. 06:00 - Wake up and breakfast.
  2. 08:00 - Vesting Church of nativity.
  3. 09:00 - Jerusalem Old City and Western Wall
  4. 11:00 - Gethsemane.
  5. 12:00 - Jericho and taking photos of Mount of Temptation.
  6. 13:30 - Driving to the Dead Sea bathing.
  7. 18:30 - Crossing to the Egyptian border.
  8. 23:00 - Back to Sharm el Sheikh.

Full Description

2 days trip from Sharm El Sheikh to Jerusalem visiting to The Jordan River, Bethlehem, Shepherds' Field, Church of the Nativity, Western Wall Gethsemane, Jericho, Mount of Temptation and Dead Sea

Visit Jerusalem from Sharm El Sheikh

You can visit Jerusalem from Sharm El Sheikh by bus for one or 2 days includes the most famous landmarks of the city are the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, which is located on the hill of Calvary, where Jesus was crucified, and where he was buried. Therefore, Christians from around the world make pilgrimages to this church.

How many days do you need in Jerusalem

2 days tour itinerary in Jerusalem offers enough time to see the most important sightseeing of the city. The best time to visit Jerusalem is from September to May when the temperatures are moderate and pleasant unlike the summer time from June, July and August temperatures are hot.

The Tourist Attractions of Jerusalem

The Western Wall, also known as the Wailing Wall, is one of the holiest religious sites for Jews, and Jews have gone to it since the fourth century to recite their prayers. Its length is 47.5 m, and its height is 17 m. It is a huge old stone building, some 4.8 meters long.

The Jordan River is about 251 KM long, the river has is The river has historical and religious importance as it is considered to be a sacred by Jews for the crossing of the children of Israel through it to the promised land, and by Christians, because John the Baptist baptized Jesus of in its waters.

Bethlehem is the biblical birthplace of Jesus and hometown of King David, it’s a major Christian and Jewish pilgrimage destination.

Church of the Nativity was built around A.D. 330 it is a basilica Architecture located in Bethlehem.

  • Hotel Pick up and drop off
  • Transfer by air conditioned van or bus
  • Entrance fees as per the itinerary
  • One night on a hotel full board accommodation
  • Professional English speaking tour guide.
  • Border taxes
  • Tipping
  • Soft drinks and water in the restaurant
  • Any extras not mentioned in the program

What to take with you
  • Passport
  • Breakfast box from your hotel reception
  • Water and snacks
  • Towel and swimming gear
  • Extra cash

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Amazing Jerusalem
5 / 5
Katherine , 18 Nov 2023
Embarking on a 2-day tour to Jerusalem from Sharm El Sheikh was a decision that unfolded into a cultural and historical odyssey, leaving an indelible mark on my travel memoirs. The tour, seamlessly organized by a reputable travel agency, was an enriching blend of exploration, spirituality, and the sheer marvel of history.

Published: 09 May 2024 Last update: 09 May 2024