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​​A multi-day Biblical tour includes all transport and accomodations and tours of the Holy Land's most remarkable historical sites and national parks - Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Masada, Dead Sea, Qumran, Tel Aviv, Caesarea, Mt. Carmel, Nazareth, the Galilee and the Golan Heights. Explore the entire Land and experience first-hand its ancient history, archeology, rich cultures, and modern daily life.










Service tours fuse the traditional Biblical tour with a unique service component, which gives visitors the opportunity to personally connect with the Land and the people through volunteer service. Volunteer opportunities are located in Israel and the West Bank. Options include:  an African refugee shelter, youth village and agricultural boarding school, soup kitchen, women & girls home, etc.




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​Customized tour packages are entirely built and designed around your preferences and can include a range of sites and activities not always included in the traditional tours of Israel.





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A one day tour of both the old and new sections of Jerusalem enables you to see all of the ancient city's highlights in one day. A day tour includes: Mount of Olives, Garden of Gethsemane, the Western Wall, City of David, Stations of the Cross (Via Delorosa), Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Mt. Zion and Yad Yashem Holocaust Museum.​


Masada & the Dea Sea

This one day tour takes you to Masada, the site of one of the most passionate historical stories in the region. The drama of Masada is followed by a time of relaxation in the therapeutic waters of the Dead Sea. The journey then continues on to the Ein Gedi oasis for a scenic hike to refreshing waterfalls and concludes with a visit to the caves of Qumran, where the dead sea scrolls were discovered.



Nazareth, Tiberias & the Sea of Galilee

This tour ventures through the Jordan Valley to the Sea of Galilee, an area rife with historical and Biblical significance and most memorable for Jesus' three years of ministry around its shores. The tour begins at the ruins of Capernaum and travels around the shores of the Galilee. After a time of meditation and prayer at Mt. Beatitudes, the tour will venture on to the baptismal site on the banks of the Jordan River and end in Nazareth.