Jerusalem - Tel aviv

From the Holiest city in the world to the city that never sleeps!

We begin our Journey from the 3,000 year old holy city of Jerusalem and meander down the Sorek valleys’ gentle trails, through natural forests and cool mountain springs towards the Plain of Judah. We will spend the night at Neveh Shalom, a unique settlement where Arabs and Jews live together in harmony, promoting peace between religions, nestled beneath the Latrun Trappist monastery, famous for its fine wines produced by the monks. The following morning, after a visit to the monastery, we will ride to Tel Gezer, an ancient settlement with more than 5000 years of history and a fascinating water system recently excavated for public viewing. From here we will trace the route of the Yarkon river from it’s source along cool shaded paths, arriving at the modern metropolis of Tel Aviv. The city that never sleeps, a city which promotes equality among all genders and creeds, a city with custom built Bicycle lanes and tracks for exploring the myriad attractions it has to offer in perfect safety.
  • A full day tour of Jerusalem can be added to the route that passes through most of Jerusalem's most important and fascinating sites.
  • Maximum number of participants 20
  • Transfer to and from airport as well as daily group transfers throughout the trip. All transfers are made in a new and comfortable van.
  • An experienced and qualified guide in 3 languages: English, Spanish and German.
  • The tour is priced according to 10 riders.
  • A replacement bike will be provided immediately should the need arise
  • Double suspension is available on request
Ride Grade:
Intermediate - Expert

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We begin our Journey from the 3,000 year old holy city of Jerusalem and meander down the Sorek valleys’ gentle trails, through natural forests and cool mountain springs towards the Plain of Judah.

We will spend the night at Neveh Shalom, a unique settlement where Arabs and Jews live together in harmony, promoting peace between religions, nestled beneath the Latrun Trappist monastery, The Trappist Monastery At Latrun was founded by the French Trappist Monks in 1890. The Trappists are a strict sect of Cistercian monks, who keep a vow of silence. It is also known as the Monastery of Silence.

The Monks also established a successful vineyard at the site and today produce a fine variety of wines.

The Trappist Monastery At Latrun has a small garden, a church you can visit, and it provides a nice view of the Ayalon Valley. Also, you can purchase their local wine, brandy, olive oil, and spices in their small store.

The following morning, after a visit to the monastery, we will ride to Tel Gezer, an ancient settlement with more than 5000 years of history and a fascinating water system recently excavated for public viewing.

From here we will trace the route of the Yarkon river from it’s source along cool shaded paths, arriving at the modern metropolis of Tel Aviv. The city that never sleeps, a city which promotes equality among all genders and creeds, a city with custom built Bicycle lanes and tracks for exploring the myriad attractions it has to offer in perfect safety.

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