Trip to the Holy Land

NOVEMBER  5 – 14, 2019
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$3,600 includes the following…

-Airfare from Denver International Airport
– Transportation by Motor Coach
– Entrence fees to all signs
– Professional tour guides
– Breakfast & dinner daily
– Itinerary as per description below
– First class Accommodations 
– Baggage handling
– All transfers
– Gratuities 

Trip Itinerary


Today our tour members meet at our International Airport for check-in-formalities. After we board our flight, dinner and breakfast are served aloft and we have time to rest.


You will be landing at Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv. Afterwards, we board our motor coach and go to our hotel on the beautiful Sea of Galilee. After we have checked into our hotel, we enjoy a dinner together and time to relax.

DAY 3 – Sea of Galilee/ Boat Ride/ Capernaum/ Jordan River

We rise early this morning to view the beautiful shore of the Sea of Galilee. After breakfast, we travel to the Mount of Beatitudes where Jesus delivered the Sermon on the Mount. We will cruise across the Sea of Galilee to Capernaum. After our visit to the ruins of the 3rd century synagogue, we will proceed to Tabgha, the place of multiplication of Loaves and Fishes. A delicious St. Peter’s fish luncheon will be waiting for us at a famous resort along the Galilean seashore. Immediately following this meal we proceed to the Jordan River where we will experience a time of spiritual blessing. There will be a baptismal opportunity at the River. We return to our hotel for dinner and another overnight stay.

DAY 4 – Caesarea/ Megiddo/ Nazareth Village/ Tiberias

 This morning we begin our day along the coastal plain and the Meditteranean Sea to Caesarea. This ancient port was built by Herod the Great. We will tour the fortress used by the Crusaders. It was here that the first Gentile, Cornelius the Centurion, and his household were baptized. Our tour continues to Megiddo and the Valley of Armageddon. This will be a highlight of our journey since a worship service will be held in this prophetic spot. We will then visit the historical military fortress that controlled the highway between Egypt and Mesopotamia, and learn how this famous hill was used in the wars of antiquity. We continue on to the Nazareth Village where you will see what life was like in the 1st century. Our day will end in Tiberius on the Sea of Galilee where we will spend our last night before traveling to Jerusalem.

DAY 5 – Beit Shean/ Jericho/ Jerusalem

This morning our journey takes us to the Jordan Valley to visit Beit Shean, one of the Decapolis cities and the biggest remains of a complete Roman city. We continue through the Jordan Valley to Jericho, the oldest known inhabited city in the world; there you will see the ancient Tell of Jericho and Mount of Temptation before traveling to the Holy City of Jerusalem. Our first sight of the Golden City will be from the Mt. Of Olives. Tonight, we will enjoy dinner and an overnight stayin Jerusalem.

DAY 6 – Jerusalem/ Bethlehem

Today we will begin our day of touring at the Mount of Olives and descend on foot to the Garden of Gethsemane. Ancient olive trees stand there, some for more than 2000 years old. Next we visit the House of Caiaphas, where Jesus was held the night before his crucifixion. Afterwards, we travel on to Mount Zion and the Upper Room where we will have time for devotion and worship. This afternoon we will visit Bethlehem, where you will see the Church of the Nativity, the Shepherd’s Field, and the fields of Boaz and Ruth. We travel back to our hotel for dinner and another overnight stay inJerusalem.

DAY 7 – Jerusalem/ Museum

Today we will travel back 2000 years as we take a walking tour of the Old City of Jerusalem. We begin at the Lions Gate where we will see the old Crusader’s Church of St. Anne, the pool of Bethesda and the remains of Antonia Fortress, the site of the trial of Jesus. After lunch, we visit the Jewish Quarter; then on to the “Wailing Wall” and Mount Moriah which is called Temple Mount. Here on the site of Solomon’s Temple stands the Dome of the Rock and the Al-Aqsa Mosque. Mt. Moriah was the site of Abraham’s offering of Isaac as a sacrifice. We will then visit the Jerusalem museum! This will truly be a memorable day! Dinner will be served at your hotel in Jerusalem.

DAY 8 – Dead Sea/ Masada/ Ein Gedi

This morning we travel to Herod’s ancient fortress of Masada, which was built high atop a mountain on the edge of the Dead Sea. This afternoon we visit Ein Gedi. Today’s journey will end with time and relaxation on the shore of the Dead Sea. Swimming in the Dead Sea is more like floating (Don’t put your head under water!). Dinner will be served at your hotel in Jerusalem.

DAY 9 – Jerusalem

Enjoy a free morning exploring the magnificence of this historic city. In the afternoon we will visit Bethany, the town of Mary, Martha, and Larazus. Afterwards we will travel to the Garden Tomb where you will have a worship service and communion. A farewell dinner will be served; then we travel to Tel Aviv to board the overnight flight to the U.S.A.