Trips and Tours in Israel

Welcome to one of the most unique and exciting countries in the world. With its broad combination of Biblical history and rich and diverse heritage it offers a magnitude of cultural, religious and wide creative influences spanning over thousands of years. It is a sacred and inspirational center to Christians, Jews and Muslims all over the world as well as an axis to archaeologists and historians.
Enjoy an abundance of historical sites and natural wonders, amazing blend of ancient and modern both in its culture and architecture. Its landscape runs from the southern desert to the lush green pastures of the North. It reaches the lowest point on earth at the "Dead Sea" to the highest tip of the impressive and diverse mountainous terrain.

Israel is located in a geographic area which enables short trips to neighboring countries of the Peace Triangle - Jordan and Egypt. Jordan is the home of amazing tourist attractions which includes, among others, Petra - the Red City carved from rock, Jerash - a Roman city extraordinarily preserved, and the Eastern Shore of the Dead Sea. Egypt is to the south of Israel. Here the Sinai peninsula flanking the Red Sea with its golden beaches, tourist sites and quality hotels, draws many tourists from around the world. In Egypt proper there are tourist attractions of the first magnitude, such as the Pyramids and Pharonic antiquities, and sailing on the Nile, to mention a few. All of these and more are found in just the short distance of a day's travel from Israel and can be combined with a tour and a vacation in the area.

One Tour Travel specializes in day trips and longer excursions to all these attractions, a combination that ensures an unforgettable holiday. Hurry to sign up and be among the first to offer these destinations to your customers. 

We are eager to offer our experience and services to groups and private travelers in Israel, Egypt and Jordan.





The Israeli currency is the New Israeli Shekel (NIS). The exchange rate to the US$ varies daily but it is now approx. 4 Shekels to $1.  The units of currency are as follows.   Notes:  20, 50, 100, 200 (NIS).  Coins 10 agarot, 50 agarot, 2 shekels, 5 shekels and 10 shekels.
All major credit cards are accepted in Israel including Visa, Mastercard and American Express and ATM machines are situated at every bank and most shopping centers all over the country.

The Public Bus Company is called Egged.  Busses run between all major cities in Israel and locally at set timetables.  There is no public transport over the Sabbath, Friday afternoon & Saturday until approx. 16.00pm!
There is also an active and reliable taxi service all around the country.

There are two main airlines operating domestic flights inside Israel.  Arkia and Isra-air. There is a very active and reliable service with numerous flights daily between Tel Aviv, Eilat and Haifa.

One Tour is happy to offer a full selection of rental cars from all major towns, cities and airports around the country.

One Tour is happy to offer full medical insurance.

The Central Post Office is situated in the center of each town where you can buy stamps, phone cards, make international calls and exchange money.  If you have stamps you can post your letters at your hotel or in any Red Mail Box in town.  International calls from the hotels can be expensive.  We recommend using a phone card.

In Israel the Emergency Medical Care is called Magen David Adom.  Hotel reception can suggest names and numbers of doctors upon request.

Police : 100

Emergency Medical Care  : 101

Fire Brigade : 102



Israel / Egypt border in Eilat (South of Israel)
Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Closed only Yom Kippur and the Muslim Feast of the Sacrifice. Approx. $27
ARAVA BORDER Israel / Jordan border in Eialt(South of Israel) Open Sunday-Thursday from 06:30 until 20:00; Open Friday and Saturday from 08:00 until 20:00; Closed on Yom Kippur and the Moslem New Year. Approx. $27
SHEIK HUSSEIN BORDER Israel / Jordan Border – near Beit She'an (Northern Israel) Open Sunday to Thursday from 06:30 until 21:00; Open Friday and Saturday from 08:00 until 20:00; Closed on Yom Kippur and the Moslem New Year. Approx. $27 and approx. $2 for shuttle bus
ALLENBY BRIDGE BORDER Israel / Jordan – near Jerusalem Open Sunday-Thursday from 08:00 until 16:30; Friday and Saturday from 08:00 until 13:00; Closed on Yom Kippur and the Muslim Feast of the Sacrifice. Approx. $47

A city south of Jerusalem, which is located in the region of Judea & Samaria, in the territory of the Palestinian National Authority. In the past, most of City's population was Christian, though demographic changes had turned it into a predominantly Muslim city. According to Christian belief, Bethlehem is the birthplace of Jesus, and the Church of the Nativity in the City is considered to have been built on the hill where the birth took place.

A town in Israel which has grown out of the historical Caesarea Maritima city. It is located mid-way between Tel Aviv and Haifa, on the Israeli Mediterranean coast. 

The most southern of Israeli cities, sitting on the shores of the Red Sea. Eilat offers sun and sea in the fantastic desert landscape as well as an abudance of historic wondes.  Eilat is the leading holiday resort in Israel and tourism is Eilat's foremost industry.
There are dozens of Eilat hotels homing at least 12,000 rooms.  Hotels are of all standards, catering all kinds of holiday makers

The largest city in Northern Israel and the third-largest city in the country. Haifa is built on the slopes of the historic Mount Carmel. The city is today home to a mixed population of Jews and Arabs, as well as to the Bahá'í World Centre, and two world-class academic institutions

Kefar Kanna
An Israeli-Arab town in the Northern District of Israel. The town is identified by Christians as a likely candidate for the town of Cana, where Jesus performed a miracle at the Marriage at Cana. 

The capital and largest city in the North District of Israel. According to the New Testament, Nazareth was the home of Joseph and Mary and the site of the Annunciation, when Mary was told by the Angel Gabriel that she would have Jesus as her son. Nazareth is also where Jesus grew up from some point in his childhood.

A city in the Centre District of Israel and is the capital of the Sharon Plain.  It is located between the 'Poleg' stream and Wingate Institute in the south and the 'Avichail' stream in the North.
It hosts 14 kilometres (8.7 mi) of beaches making the city a very popular tourist resort.
Today the city houses a notably large population of English-speaking immigrants from the United Kingdom,  USA, and Canada. According to the Israel Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS),
at the end of 2007 the city had a total population of 176,500.
The city mayor is Miriam Feirberg. The city is expected to reach a population of 350,000 by 2020.
The city name has sometimes been spelled Nathania.

A city located near the Jordan River in the West Bank of the Palestinian territories. It is the capital of the Jericho Governorate, and has a population of over 20,000 Arabs. Situated well below sea level on an east-west route 16 kilometers (10 mi) north of the Dead Sea, Jericho is the lowest permanently inhabited site on earth. It is also believed to be the oldest continuously-inhabited city of the world. Described in the Hebrew Bible as the "City of Palm Trees", copious springs in and around Jericho have made it an attractive site for human habitation for thousands of years. It is known in Judeo-Christian tradition as the place of the Israelites' return from bondage in Egypt, led by Joshua, the successor to Moses. Archaeologists have unearthed the remains of over 20 successive settlements in Jericho,  the first of which dates back to 11,000 years ago (9000 BCE).

Is the capital city of Israel and its largest city in both population and area.  It has a population of 747,600 residents over an area of 125.1 square kilometres (48.3 sq mi)
if disputed East Jerusalem is included.
Located in the Judean Mountains, between the Mediterranean Sea and the northern tip of the Dead Sea,  modern Jerusalem has grown outside the Old City.
The city has a history that goes back to the 4th millennium BCE,
making it one of the oldest cities in the world.
Jerusalem is the holiest city to the Jewish faith and the spiritual center of the Judaism since 10th Century BCE.  It also holds great importants to the Christian faith and is considered the third most holy city of Islam.
Despite having an area of only 0.9 square km(0.35 square miles),[8] the Old City is home to biblical and historic sites including Temple Mount, the Western Wall, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the Dome of the Rock and al-Aqsa Mosque.
The old walled city, a World Heritage site, has been traditionally divided into four quarters, although the names used today — the Armenian, Christian, Jewish, and Muslim Quarters — these names were introduced only in the early 19th century.
The Old City was nominated for inclusion on the List of World Heritage Sites in danger by Jordan in 1982.
In the course of its history, Jerusalem has been destroyed twice, besieged 23 times, attacked 52 times, and captured and recaptured 44 times.
Today, the status of Jerusalem remains one of the core issues in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Israel's annexation of East Jerusalem has been repeatedly condemned by the United Nations and related bodies, and Arab Palestinians foresee East Jerusalem as the capital of their future state.
In the wake of United Nations Security Council Resolution 478 (passed in 1980), most foreign embassies moved out of Jerusalem, although some countries, such as the United States,
still own land in the city and pledge to return their embassies once political agreements warrant the move.

Tel Aviv
The second-largest city in Israel, with an estimated population of 390,100.
The city is situated on the Israeli Mediterranean coastline,
with a land area of 51.8 square kilometres (20.0 sq mi).
It is the largest and most populated city in the metropolitan area of Gush Dan, home to 3.15 million people as of 2008.
The city is governed by the Tel Aviv-Yafo municipality, headed by Ron Huldai.
Tel Aviv was founded in 1909 on the outskirts of the ancient port city of Jaffa (Hebrew: יָפוֹ‎, Yafo; Arabic: ????‎, Yaffa).
The growth of Tel Aviv soon outpaced Jaffa, which was largely Arab at the time.
Tel Aviv and Jaffa were merged into a single municipality in 1950, two years after the establishment of the State of Israel.
Tel Aviv's White City, designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2003, comprises the world's largest concentration of Modernist-style buildings.
Tel Aviv is Israel's economic hub and its richest city,
home to the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange and many corporate offices and research and development centers.
Its beaches, bars, cafes, upscale shopping and cosmopolitan lifestyle have made it a popular tourist destination,
and given way to its reputation as a "Mediterranean city that never sleeps."
It is the country's cultural capital and a major performing arts and commerce center.
According to 2008 estimates, the Tel Aviv urban area is the Middle East's second biggest city economy,
and is 52nd in the world's list of cities by GDP. It is also the most expensive city in the region,
and 14th most expensive in the world.

The Dead Sea
Is considered to be the lowest dry point on Earth, at -420 m also the world's second saltiest body of water. The Dead Sea area has become a major center for health research and treatment because of the mineral content of the waters and mud, the atmosphere, the sunlight and the higher atmospheric pressure. Here you would be able to enjoy the extraordinary water and mud and the unique health qualities from product found nowhere else on the planet. 

A town on the western shore of the Sea of Galilee, It was named in honor of the emperor Tiberius.


Tel Aviv Jerusalem Eilat Haifa
Akko 118 181 474 23
Beer Sheva 113 83 243 208
Eilat 356 326 0 451
Haifa 95 158 451 0
Jerusalem 63 0 326 158
Ben Gurion Air-Port 18 51 341 112
Netanya 32 95 388 63
Tel Aviv 0 63 356 95
Tiberias 135 196 491 70
Ovda Air-Port 296 266 60 390
Casarea 60 110 416 40