15th – 20th February 2023

February Tour 2023
February Tour 2023
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  • Daily Breakfast & Dinner Buffet
  • 4* (Based on 2 person Sharing)
  • 5 Nights
  • Transfers Included
  • London - Luton (Flights not included)
  • Tel Aviv - Ben Gurion*Please note: Al Israa doesn’t guarantee entry into the country; this decision is with the authorities at Ben Gurion Airport*
Expedition Details

Masjid Al-Aqsa has a very special place in the hearts of the entire Muslim community due to its unique and rich history as a place of worship that is so closely intertwined with the lives of many of the Prophets of Islam, as well as for its special status as a Masjid to which travel is recommended and in which reward is increased. It is a special and blessed Masjid of vast size comprising 144,000 square meters in size (covering approximately 1/6th of the entire area of the Old City of Jerusalem) and with capacity to accommodate in the region of 500,000 worshipers.

Departure & Return Location

London Luton Airport via EasyJet (Google Map)

Direct to Tel Aviv – Ben Gurion Airport

Note: Please enquire prior to booking your flights.

Price Includes

  • Guided tours to many historical sites
  • 4 Star Hotel (Based on 2 person sharing)
  • Daily Breakfast & Dinner Buffet
  • All transportation in destination location

Price Excludes

  • Any Flights - (approx £250)** Flights are with EasyJet via Luton Airport, please contact us for further details.


  • Lectures by the Imam of Masjid Al-Aqsa & Prominent speakers

Places we Visit

Why Visit Al-Aqsa
  • Masjid Al-Aqsa is the 2nd House of Allah to be built on Earth.
  • It is the 1st Qiblah in Islam.
  • The Masjid is a place where miracles were shown by Allah’s will.
  • Allah (SWT) Himself calls Masjid Al-Aqsa a ‘blessed place’.
  • The dome of the Masjid, which is likely to be the 1st dome in the history of Islam, was built by Umayyad Caliph Abdul Malik ibn Marwan around 690 CE.