• Sample Itineraries +

    Choose from one of our itineraries focusing on biblical sites, biblical and modern Israel, or let us help you custom create a day-by-day program that best represents the interest of your group. We can offer special suggestions for youth groups or for those who have been to Israel before and would wish to incorporate some new sites. We can arrange for your group to do volunteer work as well as tour the most beautiful places in Israel. We are dedicated to making your experience in Israel beyond your expectations. Read More
  • 6 Nights 9 Days: Galilee and Jerusalem Economy +

    3 Nights Galilee

    3 Nights Jerusalem

     

    Day One

    This is the day that we begin our journey to the Promised Land!

    Day Two

    Arrive Israel and travel via the Valley of Armageddon where the final battle will take place before the Lord will return to bring redemption and everlasting peace! View Mt. Carmel where Elijah had his contest with the prophets of Baal.  Dinner and overnight on the shores Galilee.

    Day Three.

      Awake to an inspirational view of the Sea of Galilee. Travel around the Lake of Galilee and up to the Mount of Beatitudes, where Jesus gave the Sermon on the Mount. Continue to Capernaum, the center of the Jesus ministry.  Here, see the remains of the synagogue that he taught in.  At the Igal Alon Museum, see an ancient 2,000-year-old fishing boat uncovered in the shores of the Sea of Galilee. Take a boat ride across the Sea of Galilee for a time of praise and worship. Continue to the Jordan River where you will have the opportunity to be baptized. Overnight Galilee.

    Day Four.

    This morning we will travel the strategic Golan Heights to the Northern Galilee.  We will have an amazing opportunity to visit an Israeli Army Base and show our support to the soldiers. We will continue to the beautiful nature reserve of Tel Dan, one of the sources of the Jordan River. Here we will walk along the Dan River and see ancient ruins which include the Gate to the City of Dan from the time of Abraham. We will then visit Caesarea Philippi, where Peter first spoke of his belief in Jesus as Messiah and where King David may have written Psalm 42. Overnight at our hotel in the Galilee.

    Day Five

    This morning we travel the Jordan Valley passing Mt. Gilboa where King Saul and Jonathan fell in Battle.  Pass Bet Shean, capital of the Decapolis.  We continue through the Jordan Valley passing Jericho and the Mt. of Temptation.  At last, we ascend the Judean Mountains and prepare your hearts and souls for our triumphal entry to His beloved city, Jerusalem!  We pause atop the Mt. of Olives for the most magnificent view of the Jerusalem and The Temple Mount.  From here, we will walk down the Palm Sunday Road to the Garden of Gethsemane. Overnight Jerusalem.

    Day Six

    This morning, we head south through the Judean Desert to the lowest spot on earth, The Dead Sea.  Stop at Qumran, where the oldest scriptures in existence were discovered in desert caves. Continue to Massada, the final stand of the Jewish people in 73AD. We will take a cable car up to Massada for a magnificent view and walk through the Herodian ruins. View Mt Nebo, where Moses saw the Promised Land before his final work was completed.  We then will stop for a float on the Dead Sea before we start our ascent up the Judean Mountains. Overnight Jerusalem.

    Day Seven

    This morning, we will walk through the Old City of Jerusalem. Continue on to the Jewish Quarter of the Old City where we will view the ancient Roman Cardo and the Broad Wall.  We will have time to pray at the Western Wall. Visit the Southern Excavations and the Southern Steps of the Temple. We will walk the Via Dolorosa, the way of the cross, to the Pools of Bethesda. We will then stop for a view of Bethlehem. Overnight Jerusalem. Day Eight

    We then continue to Golgotha and the Garden Tomb for communion service.  Visit Yad Vashem, Israel’s Holocaust Memorial.  Stop at the ancient port city of Caesarea where the gospel first went out to the gentiles and where Paul was imprisoned. Visit the ancient Roman Amphitheater before stopping for a cappuccino along the Mediterranean Sea. Here we will pause to enjoy the magnificent view of the Sea and the remains of past Roman and Crusader civilizations Head to ancient Jaffa, where Jonah sail, and for our Farewell dinner. We then transfer to the airport for departure back to the U.S.

    Day Nine

    Arrive back home.

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  • 7 Nights 10 Days: Galilee and Jerusalem +

    3 nights Galilee

    4 nights Jerusalem

     

    Day One

    This is the day that we begin our journey to the Promised Land!

    Day Two

    Arrive Israel and travel via the Valley of Armageddon where the final battle will take place before the Lord will return to bring redemption and everlasting peace! View Mt. Carmel where Elijah had his contest with the prophets of Baal. Dinner and overnight on the shores Galilee.

    Day Three

    Awake to an inspirational view of the Sea of Galilee. Travel around the Lake of Galilee and up to the Mount of Beatitudes, where Jesus gave the Sermon on the Mount. Continue to Capernaum, the center of the Jesus ministry. Here, see the remains of the synagogue that he taught in. At the Igal Alon Museum, see an ancient 2,000-year-old fishing boat uncovered in the shores of the Sea of Galilee. Take a boat ride across the Sea of Galilee for a time of praise and worship. Continue to the Jordan River where you will have the opportunity to be baptized. Overnight Galilee

    Day Four

    This morning we will travel the strategic Golan Heights to the Northern Galilee. We will have an amazing opportunity to visit an Israeli Army Base and show our support to the soldiers. We will continue to the beautiful nature reserve of Tel Dan, one of the sources of the Jordan River. Here we will walk along the Dan River and see ancient ruins which include the Gate to the City of Dan from the time of Abraham. We will then visit Caesarea Philippi, where Peter first spoke of his belief in Jesus as Messiah and where King David may have written Psalm 42. Overnight at our hotel in the Galilee.

    Day Five

    This morning we travel the Jordan Valley passing Mt. Gilboa where King Saul and Jonathan fell in Battle. Pass Bet Shean, capital of the Decapolis. We continue through the Jordan Valley passing Jericho and the Mt. of Temptation. At last, we ascend the Judean Mountains and prepare your hearts and souls for our triumphal entry to His beloved city, Jerusalem! We pause atop the Mt. of Olives for the most magnificent view of the Jerusalem and The Temple Mount. From here, we will walk down the Palm Sunday Road to the Garden of Gethsemane. Overnight Jerusalem.

    Day Six

    This morning, we head south through the Judean Desert to the lowest spot on earth, The Dead Sea. Stop at Qumran, where the oldest scriptures in existence were discovered in desert caves. Continue to Massada, the final stand of the Jewish people in 73AD. We will take a cable car up to Massada for a magnificent view and walk through the Herodian ruins. View Mt Nebo, where Moses saw the Promised Land before his final work was completed. We then will stop for a float on the Dead Sea before we start our ascent up the Judean Mountains. Overnight Jerusalem.

    Day Seven

    This morning, we will walk through the Old City of Jerusalem. Continue on to the Jewish Quarter of the Old City where we will view the ancient Roman Cardo and the Broad Wall. Continue to the Temple Institute where we view the reconstruction of worship vessels used in the Temple and the garments of the High Priest, which have been made for the usage when the Temple will be rebuilt. See a presentation at the Burnt House. We will have time to pray at the Western Wall. Visit the Southern Excavations and the Southern Steps of the Temple. We will walk the Via Dolorosa, the way of the cross, to the Pools of Bethesda. We will then stop for a view of Bethlehem. Overnight Jerusalem.

    Day Nine

    Visit the House of Caiaphas, where Jesus spent his last night. See some of the latest excavations of the City of David. Continue to the Israel Museum where we will see the Dead Sea Scrolls and the large scale Model of Jerusalem during the time of Jesus. Overnight Jerusalem.

    Day Eight

    We then continue to Golgotha and the Garden Tomb for communion service. Visit Yad Vashem, Israel’s Holocaust Memorial. Stop at the ancient port city of Caesarea where the gospel first went out to the gentiles and where Paul was imprisoned. Visit the ancient Roman Amphitheater before stopping for a cappuccino along the Mediterranean Sea. Here we will pause to enjoy the magnificent view of the Sea and the remains of past Roman and Crusader civilizations Head to ancient Jaffa, where Jonah sail, and for our Farewell dinner. We then transfer to the airport for departure back to the U.S.

    Day Ten

    Arrive back home.

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  • 8 Nights 11 Days: Galilee and Jerusalem +

    3 nights Galilee

    4 nights Jerusalem

     

    Day One

    This is the day that we begin our journey to the Promised Land! 

    Day Two

    Arrive Israel and travel via the Valley of Armageddon where the final battle will take place before the Lord will return to bring redemption and everlasting peace!   View Mt. Carmel where Elijah had his contest with the prophets of Baal.  Dinner and overnight on the shores Galilee. Day Three.  Awake to an inspirational view of the Sea of Galilee. Travel around the Lake of Galilee and up to the Mount of Beatitudes, where Jesus gave the Sermon on the Mount. Continue to Capernaum, the center of the Jesus ministry.  Here, see the remains of the synagogue that he taught in.  At the Igal Alon Museum, see an ancient 2,000-year-old fishing boat uncovered in the shores of the Sea of Galilee. Take a boat ride across the Sea of Galilee for a time of praise and worship. Continue to the Jordan River where you will have the opportunity to be baptized. Overnight Galilee.

    Day Four

    This morning we will travel the strategic Golan Heights to the Northern Galilee.  We will have an amazing opportunity to visit an Israeli Army Base and show our support to the soldiers.  We will continue to the beautiful nature reserve of Tel Dan, one of the sources of the Jordan River. Here we will walk along the Dan River and see ancient ruins which include the Gate to the City of Dan from the time of Abraham. We will then visit Caesarea Philippi, where Peter first spoke of his belief in Jesus as Messiah and where King David may have written Psalm 42. Overnight at our hotel in the Galilee. Day Five

    This morning we travel the Jordan Valley passing Mt. Gilboa where King Saul and Jonathan fell in

     Battle.  Pass Bet Shean, capital of the Decapolis.  We continue through the Jordan Valley passing Jericho and the Mt. of Temptation.  At last, we ascend the Judean Mountains and prepare your hearts and souls for our triumphal entry to His beloved city, Jerusalem!  We pause atop the Mt. of Olives for the most magnificent view of the Jerusalem and The Temple Mount.  From here, we will walk down the Palm Sunday Road to the Garden of Gethsemane.  Overnight Jerusalem.

    Day Six

    This morning, we head south through the Judean Desert to the lowest spot on earth, The Dead Sea.  Stop at Qumran, where the oldest scriptures in existence were discovered in desert caves. Continue to Massada, the final stand of the Jewish people in 73AD. We will take a cable car up to Massada for a magnificent view and walk through the Herodian ruins. View Mt Nebo, where Moses saw the Promised Land before his final work was completed.  We then will stop for a float on the Dead Sea before we start our ascent up the Judean Mountains. Overnight Jerusalem.

    Day Seven

    This morning, we will walk through the Old City of Jerusalem. Continue on to the Jewish Quarter of the Old City where we will view the ancient Roman Cardo and the Broad Wall. Continue to the Temple Institute where we view the reconstruction of worship vessels used in the Temple and the garments of the High Priest, which have been made for the usage when the Temple will be rebuilt. See a presentation at the Burnt House.   We will have time to pray at the Western Wall. Visit the Southern Excavations and the Southern Steps of the Temple. We will walk the Via Dolorosa, the way of the cross, to the Pools of Bethesda.  We will then stop for a view of Bethlehem. Overnight Jerusalem.

    Day Nine

    Visit the House of Caiaphas, where Jesus spent his last night.   See some of the latest excavations of the City of David.  Continue to the Israel Museum where we will see the Dead Sea Scrolls and the large scale Model of Jerusalem during the time of Jesus.  Overnight Jerusalem.

    Day Eight

    We then continue to Golgotha and the Garden Tomb for communion service.  Visit Yad Vashem, Israel’s Holocaust Memorial.  Stop at the ancient port city of Caesarea where the gospel first went out to the gentiles and where Paul was imprisoned. Visit the ancient Roman Amphitheater before stopping for a cappuccino along the Mediterranean Sea. Here we will pause to enjoy the magnificent view of the Sea and the remains of past Roman and Crusader civilizations Head to ancient Jaffa, where Jonah sail, and for our Farewell dinner. We then transfer to the airport for departure back to the U.S.

    Day Ten Arrive back home.
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  • 8 nights 11 Days: Emphasis on Jerusalem +

    3 nights Galilee

    5 nights Jerusalem

     

    Day 1:

    Departure

    Day 2:

    Arrive in Tel Aviv. Transfer and overnight at our kibbutz guesthouse on the shores of Galilee.

    Day 3:

    In the still hours of the morning, rise and enjoy a stroll along the shores of the Sea of Galilee. After a buffet breakfast, we take a boat ride on the Sea of Galilee with praise and worship. Continue to the Mt. Of Beatitudes. Visit the 2000-year-old fishing boat (the Jesus Boat) discovered in the Sea of Galilee. Enjoy a lunch with St. Peter’s Fish. Stop at Capernaum, center of Jesus’ ministry, for prayer and study. Visit a Center for Underprivileged Children and give gifts to express our love for the Jewish people, or visit Tabgah, site of the Multiplication of Loaves and Fishes. Overnight Galilee

    Day 4:

    Ascend the Golan Heights (Bashan) and experience first-hand the importance of this strategic area to the State of Israel. Visit an Israel Army Base where you will have an opportunity to meet and talk to some of the soldiers. Visit Tel Dan Nature Reserve (one of the sources of the Jordan River). See the ancient gate and remains of the city, from the time of Abraham. Continue to Banias – Casarea Phillipi where Peter first spoke his belief in Jesus as Messiah and where it is believed David wrote Psalm 42. Baptismal service at the Jordan River. Visit a date and spice shop. Overnight Galilee.

    Day 5:

    Depart Galilee passing Beit Shean, Mt. of Temptation and Jericho. Ascend up to the City of the Great King and stop for a legendary view of the city of Jerusalem from atop the Mt. Of Olives. Hear an insightful lecture about the history of the city and the scenes that took place from Jesus’ betrayal to resurrection. Descend the ancient Palm Sunday Road to the Garden of Gethsemane. Visit look out over Bethlehem. Overnight Jerusalem.

    Day 6:

    We will make our way through the colorful bazaars to the Jewish Quarter where we will visit the Cardo, the ancient Roman shopping mall, Herodian Mansions, including residential quarters with ritual baths and cisterns from the time of Jesus. Continue to the Temple Institute where we view the reconstruction of worship vessels used in the Temple and the garments of the High Priest, which have been made for the usage when the Temple will be rebuilt. See a presentation at the Burnt House. Tour the Excavations around the Temple Mt. See the actual steps that lead to the Temple in the time of Jesus. Make your way to the Western Wall, and then through the Underground Rabbinic Tunnels where you will walk close to where the Holy of Holies once was. Walk the Via Dolorosa to the Pool of Bethesda. Overnight Jerusalem.

    Day 7:

    In the morning we will travel through the Judean Desert to the Dead Sea, the lowest spot on earth. If time permits, we will have a swim. Continue for a visit of the ruins of Qumran, where the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered. Ascend, by cable car, the fortress of Masada, the last Jewish strong hold against the Romans. See Mt Nebo where Moses viewed the Promised Land and drive by En Gedi where David hid from Saul. Overnight Jerusalem.

    Day 8:

    Visit the Israel Museum and see the Model of Jerusalem as it looked during the time of Jesus. See the oldest Biblical manuscripts, the Dead Sea Scrolls at the Shrine of the Book. Continue to the City of David. Walk through the quiet garden and look up towards the skull-shaped hill of Calvary where Jesus paid the supreme sacrifice for the sins of the world. Visit the Garden Tomb, where we believe Jesus was buried and arose from the dead. There will be a Communion Service.

    Day 9:

    Visit the House of Caiaphas, where Jesus spent his last night. Continue to Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum and Memorial. Visit Ayalon Institute Museum which was the first clandestine bullet production factory operated by the Jewish pioneers during the British Mandate. Drive through ELA VALLEY, where David battled Goliath, and see some of Israel’s boutique wineries. Overnight in Jerusalem

    Day 10:

    Travel north along the Mediterranean Coast to Caesarea, ancient Roman city where Paul was imprisoned. View the ancient ruins and enjoy a cup of coffee at a seaside café. Visit Independence Hall in Tel Aviv. Continue to Jaffa, where Jonah sailed for Tarshish and where Peter received his vision. Enjoy dinner at Jaffa or at the Tel Aviv boat harbor. Proceed to the airport.

    Day 11:

    Arrive back into the U.S. in the morning

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  • 2nd Visit to Israel: Eilat and Petra +

    2nd Visit to Israel with Red Sea, Eilat and Petra

     

    Day One

    Depart Israel

    Day Two

    Arrive Israel and transfer to hotel in Tel Aviv. Take a stroll along the Mediterranean before retiring. Overnight Tel Aviv.

    Day Three

    Travel through the Judean and Negev Deserts. Visit Sde Boker where David Ben Gurion lived and dreamed of seeing the Negev Flourish. Travel to Mt. Yoash for a panoramic view of the Eilat Heights and see the borders of four countries – Egypt, Saudia Arabia, Jordan and Israel. Overnight in Eilat on the Red Sea.

    Day Four

    In the morning relax on the beach. You can go snorkeling or even take a diving lesson and see some of the beautiful tropical fish and coral in the Red Sea. Visit the Underwater Observatory. In the afternoon relax on a Yacht in the Red Sea. Overnight Eilat

    Day Five

    Early morning transfer to the Arava border at Aquaba, where we will cross over into Jordan, entering the land of the Moabites and Edomites. Continue our tour of Petra, the Rose Rock City, one of the ancient wonders of the world. Overnight Eilat.

    Day Six

    Journey north and hike to En Avodot Spring. It was here, or near by, in the Zin Desert where Moses and the Children of Israel wandered and where they ran short of water and Moses, at God’s command, struck the rock with his staff, Numbers 20:1-11. Visit a Bedouin tent and hear about the desert life experienced by Abraham and the Patriarchs. Go for night swim in the Dead Sea. Overnight Dead Sea.

    Day Seven

    In the morning hike to the En Gedi Waterfall and pools where David hid from King Saul, or visit Massada. Continue to Jerusalem where we will stand atop the Mt. of Olives and “pray for the peace of Jerusalem.” Overnight Jerusalem.

    Day Eight

    See some of the new excavations at the City of David. Pray at the Western Wall. Explore the Old City of Jerusalem. Worship and communion service at the Garden Tomb. Overnight Jerusalem.

    Day Nine

    Travel to the most probable site where John was baptizing in the Jordan River. Drive the Jordan Valley past Jericho, Mt. of Temptation and Mt. Gilboa. Visit the spectacular Roman ruins at Beit Shean. Take a boat ride on the Sea of Galilee for a time of prayer and worship. Overnight Galilee.

    Day Ten

    Take a drive around the entire Lake of Galilee, past sites of Jesus’ ministry. Drive north through hillside Druze villages and hear of their mysterious religion. Travel to the Crusader City of Acco. Dinner in Caesarea on the Mediterranean Sea. Proceed to airport.

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  • Off the Beaten Track Israel Adventure +

    5 nights Galilee

    1 night Desert

    3 nights Jerusalem

    Day One:

    Depart for Israel

    Day Two:

    Arrive Israel and transfer to the Galilee.
    Day Three:

    In the morning take a hike in the Swiss Forest overlooking the Sea of Galilee Visit the picturesque city of Tzfat with its’ art galleries and quaint synagogues. Take a horseback ride through the Biriaya Forest. Stop at Rosh Pinna for coffee in this charming village created at the turn of the century by Baron de Rothschild. Stop at Korazin, one of the centers of Jesus’ teaching. At sunset board our boat for a journey on the Sea of Galilee, and a time of praise and worship. In the evening have a brief tour at biblical Gadara, Hammt Gader, where we will enjoy the modern Therapeutic Mineral Baths (that stand next to 2000 year old Roman baths) and then enjoy a kosher Thai meal. Overnight Galilee.

    Day Four:

    In the morning we will travel to the Yeudia Forest where we will hike to beautiful waterfalls, build an open fire and brew tea from local herbs. We pause to pray over the Golan Heights, biblical Bashan. Visit and Israeli Army Base and bring gifts for the soldiers. Take a Jeep Trip through the back roads Galilee. Raft one of the sources of the Jordan River. Overnight Galilee

    Day Five:

    Travel the road to Nazareth. Stop at Tzippori, which was one of the largest Jewish cities in Galilee during the time of Jesus, and a possible place he may have been employed. Visit the site of a 2000-year-old synagogue in Nazareth. Continue to Kfar Kedem where you will have the opportunity to experience life as it was during the time of Jesus. We will bake bread over an open fire, see how olive oil was pressed, dress in biblical costume and have middle-eastern hospitality in a wool woven tent. Enjoy an art lesson from a local artist and create your own painting of the Galilee to take home. Overnight Galilee.

    Day Six:

    Travel through beautiful Druze Villages and hear about their mysterious beliefs. Stop in Haifa at the Immigration & Naval Museum, which chronicles accounts, such as the Exodus, where Jewish immigrants first came to Israel during the British Mandate, and were returned to Nazi Europe, or kept in camps. Continue to the top of Mt Carmel for a panoramic view of the city, and to recall the battle Elijah once had with the prophets of Baal. Visit the spectacular Crusader city of Akko. Visit the white cliff grottos of Rosh Hanikrah. Travel through the beautiful mountains of the upper Galilee. Overnight Galilee.

    Day Seven:

    Travel to Mt. Gilboa, where Saul and Jonathan fell in battle. Continue down the Jordan Valley to the Dead Sea where we will hike to the waterfall and pools of En Gedi, where David hid from Saul. Enjoy a visit to a Dead Sea Spa where you can enjoy the mineral rich mud and hot pools. Overnight in the desert under the stars as Abraham and the Patriarchs did. Learn about living and surviving in the desert.

    Day Eight:

    In the morning enjoy a camel ride and Turkish coffee before proceeding to Jerusalem. Visit the Tower of David Museum, which chronicles the 4000- year-old history of the city. Walk atop the ramparts of the Walls of Jerusalem and pray over the city. Visit the Western Wall and discover hidden places in the Old City.

    Day Nine:

    Visit the outdoor market of Machane Yehuda. Walk through some of the most interesting streets of New Jerusalem, discovering the first Knesset and Eliezer Ben Yehuda’s home. Travel to the Valley of Elah, where David slew Goliath and visit some of the new boutique wineries.. Visit the City of David. Watch the sunset golden over the city from the Mt. of Olives.

    Day Ten:

    Have morning worship and communion at the Garden Tomb Lunch at the American Colony Hotel. The rest of the day is free to explore on your own.

    Day Eleven:

    Visit Mt. Herzl Museum. Visit the Hall of Independence. Enjoy free time in Tel Aviv,’s Neve Tzedek, which feels like Paris on the Mediterranean. Optional Culinary Class in Mediterranean/Eastern cuisine. Proceed to the airport.

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  • Israel Feast of Tabernacles Tour - Itinerary +

    Israel Feast of Tabernacles Tour – Sept 23- Oct 4, 2015

    DAY 1, Sept. 23 – Departure from Houston on Turkish Air #34

    DAY 2, Sept 24– Arrive Israel at 8:15 pm and transfer to Maagan Kibbutz Guesthouse on the shores the Sea of Galilee.

    DAY 3, Sept 25 – Travel north on the strategic GOLAN HEIGHTS where we will visit an ISRAELI ARMY BASE and show our support to the soldiers that sacrifice for the fulfillment of Israel being a nation again. Continue to BANIAS – CEASAREA PHILLIPI – where Peter first stated his belief in Jesus as Messiah and where it is believed David wrote Psalm 42. We will have a special teaching near the springs. Visit TEL DAN, and see an ancient gate from the time of Abraham. Time permitting; enjoy a stroll through the nature reserve on the Dan River. Visit a SHOFAR FACTORY and hear more about the biblical significance of it’s sounding. Overnight Galilee.

    DAY 4, Sept 26 – Awake to an inspirational view of the SEA OF GALILEE. Ascend the MT. OF BEATITUDES where we will worship our amazing God. Visit CAPERNAUM, center of Jesus’ ministry, the ancient synagogue and ruins. Enjoy a St. Peter’s lunch on the Lake. See the 2000-YEAR OLD FISHING BOAT, found in Galilee. Take a BOAT RIDE on the Lake for a time of praise and worship. Return to the JORDAN RIVER for a baptismal service. Visit a Culinary Date & Spice Shop. Overnight Galilee.

    DAY 5, Sept 27- Depart Galilee via the Jordan Valley passing the Jericho and the Mt. of Temptation en route to the Judean Desert. Take a cable car to MASADA, where after the destruction of Jerusalem and the Temple, Jewish zealots withstood the Romans for many years before finally being defeated. For those who have been to Masada before, you will have the option to spend time at the DEAD SEA relaxing and swimming. We will stop at QUMRAN where the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered. View MT. NEBO, where Moses saw the Promised Land before his final work was completed. In the evening have DINNER UNDER THE STARS at EN GEDI for the ICEJ CELEBRATION. Overnight at the Olive Tree Hotel, Jerusalem.

    DAY 6, Sept 28 - Begin the day with a panoramic view from atop the MT. OF OLIVES where our guide will give us a perspective of the city today and how it was in the time of Jesus. Descend the PALM SUNDAY ROAD to the GARDEN OF GETHSEMANE with its ’2000 year old olive trees. Continue for a walk through Stop for devotion at the outlook towards Bethlehem. Stop for lunch, on your own, at the Old JERUSALEM TRAIN STATION with its unique restaurants and shops. Continue to the GARDEN TOMB, where we will take communion and reflect on Jesus’ ultimate sacrifice and redemption. Walk through the quiet garden and look towards the skull shaped hill of CALVARY. Dinner in a SUKKAH at our hotel. Feast Celebrations. Overnight Jerusalem

    DAY 7, Sept 29 - In the morning we will travel through the countryside of Abraham and Sara, towards Hebron. We will VISIT RABBI RISKIN’S (a long time contributor to the Jerusalem Post.) CENTER FOR BIBLICAL STUDY. Here we will have a chance to study the Scriptures at an Orthodox Yeshiva. Visit MACHANE YEHUDA OUTDOOR MARKET where you can sample some local specialties and have a chance to see the lulav and etrog displayed. Continue to YAD VASHEM, HOLOCAUST MUSEUM AND MEMORIAL. Overnight Jerusalem.

    DAY 8, Sept 30 – In the morning begin at Jaffa Gate, where we will walk through the picturesque cobblestone ways of Jerusalem’s Old City. Visit the Jewish Quarter of the Old City where we will view the ancient Roman CARDO and the BROAD WALL. Visit the TEMPLE INSTITUTE where we will see articles of worship that have been prepared for the Third Temple and hear about worship during the time of the First and Second Temples. Visit the BURNT HOUSEandHERODIAN QUARTER. Continue for a time prayer at the WESTERN WALL. Visit the Southern Excavations and the SOUTHERN STEPS OF THE TEMPLES. Feast of Tabernacles celebration in the evening. Overnight Jerusalem.

    DAY 9, Oct 1 - Morning participation in the FEAST SEMINARS. In the afternoon, join Christians from around the world for the JERUSALEM MARCH, as we dress in native costume and carry banners and flags down the streets of Jerusalem in Christian support of the Jewish State. “Thou wilt arise and have compassion on Zion, for it is a time to be gracious to her for the appointed time has come.” Overnight Jerusalem.

    DAY 10, Oct 2 – Today is free to explore on our own. For those who wish, we will go to experience Shabbat at the Western Wall. Overnight Jerusalem.

    DAY 11, Oct 3 - Travel the beautiful drive through the Judean Hills Wine Country.  See the VALLEY OF ELAH, where David fought Goliath. Travel to beautiful CASAREA on the MEDITERRANEAN COAST, where the gospel first went out to the gentiles. Here we will visit the Roman Amphitheatre, archaeological park and relax at a café overlooking the Sea. Visit JAFFA, where Jonah set said and Peter had his vision to bring the gospel to the gentiles. Overnight Dan Panorama, Tel Aviv.

    DAY12, Oct 4 –Depart for the airport for our morning departure at 9:50 a.m.

    OPTIONAL 2 NIGHT TOUR TO ISTANBUL

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