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Jaffa TLV Transportation Services

Getting You Where You Need To Go

Its All About Service

At Jaffa TLV Transportation Services our goal is to provide professional and superior transportation services across Israel. Our fully customisable and trustworthy service allows you to spend more time on what’s important to you, just leave the rest to us. We know Israel inside and out, ensuring you can sit back, relax, and rely on us to get you where you need to go.


A Transportation Service That Cares

    Our services include:

  • Transfer to and from the airport 

  • Private tours and day trips spent sightseeing and visiting all of the hidden gems Israel has to offer

  • Transfers between cities

  • VIP services

Every ride with us includes a warm welcome with cold beverages, snacks and impeccable service!

We ensure timely pick up, a safe ride and quality customer care and convenience by using complete in-car credit card access.

We ensure clean, luxurious and well maintained cars & Polite and friendly English-Hebrew speaking drivers and tour guides. 

We promise to provide you with a quality service that takes the stress out of every vacation. 

Our Vehicles

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Elegant, compact and swift.


up to 3 Passengers

Ultimate luxury & comfort.



up to 6 Passengers

Spacious, Efficient and Stylish.


up to 19 Passengers



V.I.P Transportation - 6 Passenger Capacity 

Some of our Happy Customers


Let Us Know What We Can do For You

Services We Provide

With a wide range of services, our team has the know-how and expertise to get you where you need to go. Only a phone call away, we are here to make sure your transportation experience with us smooth and enjoyable.


Simply give us a call to reserve a ride.

For a special job, contact us to let us know what kind of transportation you had in mind and we will do our best to meet all of your needs!


Day Trip

Dead Sea & Masada Full Day Tour

Betlehem & Jerusalem Full Day Tour

  • From Tel Aviv. it's a 2- hour drive through the Judaean Desert to the fortress of Masada. Before arriving to Masada, visitors can stop by at the Yatir winery(optional). Arriving at Masada, you need to ascend via cable car to tour the old palace built by King Herod, this site is now called Masada National Park.

  • We leave Masada and head out to the Dead Sea. Mostly, we're visiting Ein Bokek, the main beach of the Dead Sea. This area offer gorgeous and amazing views all around and they have all the basic amenities needed by visitors. And not far from the hotel's shopping centre and the Ein Tchelet mall. You can treat yourself to some natural black or relax by floating in the super-salty water.                                                                        

  • Combining the two destinations makes the most of your travel time from Tel Aviv, a driver as well as a tour guide. During the tour at Bethlehem, you'll visit the Church of Nativity, which is ascribed as being the oldest church in the world, Known as Jesus Christ historic birthplace. Other highlights include the Church of Milk Grotto and the Shepherd's Field, these two crucial sites written in the New Testament. After exploring those biblical historic sites, you are welcome to explore the modern-day town and pick up some souvenirs, before going to your next destination, Jerusalem.

  • Go up to Mt. Olives for the view, and visit the Tomb of Three Prophets & The Garden of Gethsemane.

  • Exploring the Old City of Jerusalem is arguably one of the most exciting, historical and controversial places in the world. Today, the Old City is divided into quarters, and these quarters represent the different religious and ethnic groups that have lived in the walled-in city for centuries. The smallest quarters of Jerusalem, the Armenian Quarter, is the only section not dedicated to a religion. You'll see beautiful cobblestone streets, and ceramic art in a significant style that is associated with Armenian culture, and traditional Armenian food such as Bulghourji and Armenian Orthodox. You can also see the St. James Cathedral and St. Mark's Chapel, which is one of the oldest churches in Jerusalem.

  • Up next is the quarters of Jerusalem is the Christian Quarter. Christians have deep ties to the Old City Of Jerusalem, The Church of the Holy Sepulchre, believed to have been built over the places where Jesus was crucified and buried. In the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, many pilgrims walk a pathway called the Via Dolorosa, which represents the path that Christians believe Jesus actually walked on this way to his crucifixion. This is the most-visited quarter of Jerusalem.

  • The Jewish Quarter in the Old City is home to the most significant holy site in Judaism, the Western Wall(Kotel in Hebrew). Today, the piece of wall that remains and the plaza around it is visited by Jews from around the world, who pray at the wall and leave notes in its cracks. While visiting the Western Wall, you sure want to visit also the Western Wall tunnels, which are under the wall itself, and which you can only visit by joining the tour.

  • The largest of the quarters of Jerusalem is the Muslim Quarter, which is located in the northeast of the Old City. Its most significant features are the Dome of the Rock and the Al-Aqsa Mosque. The Dome of the Rock is a glistening gold structure that is the oldest existing Islamic monument in the world, and it's an iconic view of the Jerusalem skyline. These two sites are called the Temple Mount. While visitors are able to tour the outside area and take in the views, non-Muslims are not allowed to enter inside the Dome Rock, in general, visitors are only allowed during certain times.

  • In order to access religious sites, both men and women typically need to dress 'modesty'. This means that generally speaking, shoulders need to be covered, and shorts/short skirts shouldn't be worn. In the Muslim Quarter, in order to enter the Temple Mount, you'll need to show your passport. You'll also not be permitted entry if you're wearing things with religious imagery. Christians and Jewish prayer are also not allowed while visiting this area. And, this is definitely a walking city, so be sure to wear good shoes, wear a hat and sunscreen, and bring water with you. Also be mindful that in the rain, the beautiful Jerusalem stone can become slippery. 

  • After Old City Tour, you can enjoy and eat traditional food and eat lunch in the famous Old City(Souq) market, which is called Machne Yuda Market. 


Contact Us

Contact Jaffa TLV Transportation Services and let us be your transportation professionals!
Call or message us for more info, or to make a reservation.

David Razi'el Street 24


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