9 Nights/10 Days
Tel Aviv, North, Jerusalem, Masada, Dead Sea
Boutique Hotels, 4 or 5 star Hotel
Let us revive your life’s story. Let us show you the Holy Land like never been seen before. The stories of the bible are still alive and thriving in the modern state of Israel. Walk where Jesus walked in Jerusalem, Galilee, and Samaria.
Experience the unique feeling walking in the paths of the men and women of the holy bible. The beautiful land and views of the Galilee and the Golan heights will take you back to the moments where Jesus walked here. Come witness yourself where the miracles of the loaves and the fishes took place.
Join our mission to strengthen the local communities and the people of Israel. Participate in an inspirational workshop together with people with special needs, visit Nalaga’at center- a unique, nonprofit center of culture and arts functioning as a meeting place for deaf, blind, deaf-blind and the general public, get inspired and enjoy tasting wine in Tulip Winery- a boutique winery that combines the production of quality wine with social responsibility.
Our tours are unlike anything you have ever met before. We maintain the highest quality and professionalism while empowering you to be part of a positive and meaningful social change.
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We begin our day with a magnificent panoramic view of the City of Gold. The Mount of Olives, one of three hills on a long ridge to the east of Jerusalem, is the location of many biblical events. Rising to more than 800 meters.
We will continue with a visit to the Church of All Nations- standing near the foot of the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem, is built over the rock on which Jesus is believed to have prayed in agony the night before he was crucified.
We continue to Mt. Zion, the highest point in ancient Jerusalem, the broad hill south of the Old City’s Armenian Quarter. We will visit the tomb of King David and then proceed to the Upper Room, believed to be the site of the Last Supper.
The Old City dates back to the 8th century BCE and is home to numerous landmarks of historical significance. You will be introduced to this place of intense sanctity to all religions. We will walk through the restored Jewish quarter, including the Roman Cardo marketplace and visit the Western Wall for a moment of reflection. Next, we will walk the stations of the Cross along the Via Dolorosa. Ending at the Church of the Holy Sepulcher.
We will visit the colorful markets and bazars of the Arab “shuk”.
This will be our last stop of the day. In a setting of neatly maintained gardens and trees, the Garden Tomb provides a tranquil environment for prayer and reflection.
Experience Jerusalem’s neighborhoods through the eyes of the artists who live and work there. Visit galleries on and off the beaten track, meet the artists in their studios, and learn of their unique connection to Jerusalem.
*Tour revenue will be invested in supporting cooperative and communal spaces for artists to share and exhibit their work.
Established in 1963 as the memorial to the 6 Million Jews murdered in the Holocaust. We will view the many exhibitions including the Hall of Names and the Avenue of the Righteous Among the Nations.
This Market represents, more than anything else, the old Jerusalem and the new one. You will experience the amazing combination between the old authentic stores and the new modern ones, smell the spices and taste what it has to offer. We will have some free time to walk on own, get lunch and explore the market.
Bethlehem lies 6 miles south of the city of Jerusalem, in the fertile limestone hill country of the Holy Land. It is Jesus’s traditional birth place which is marked by the Church of the Nativity at Bethlehem, a site which is sacred for Christians and monumental in significance for the history of the West.
We will depart Jerusalem and drive south through the Judean desert for our first stop of the day- The Qumran National Park. We will learn about the Dead Sea Scrolls and the people who wrote them. Marvel at the structures that are said to have been used to write the scrolls, the ritual baths and the caves where the scrolls were discovered in 1947.
We will Ride via cable car to the top of Masada and explore what remains of King Herod’s palace. Explore the preserved baths, cisterns and barracks. Listen to the remarkable story of the leader Eleazer Ben Yair who kept the Roman Legion’s siege at bay for three years.
Enjoy an unsinkable swim in the healing, salty waters of the Dead Sea “Sea of Salt,” the sea is 417 meters below sea level, making it the lowest place on earth. Its salty water contains unique healing properties and the nutrient-filled mud found on its shores are a great recipe for a healthy day.
Learn about the city that was founded in the first century. Visit the Rambam’s grave and walk along the Sea of Galilee. We will enjoy a boat ride on the Sea of Galilee.
In existence from the 2nd c. B.C. to the 7th c. A.D., Capernaum was built along the edge of the Sea of Galilee and had up to 1500 residents. It is where Jesus began his ministry and site of numerous miracles. We see the ruins of several synagogues and the octagonal Church of St. Peter. We will continue to witness the “Jesus boat” in Kibbutz Ginnosar.
Two miles west of Capernaum is what Josephus referred to as the “well of Capernaum.” It is the site of the Church of Multiplication, where the mosaic floor depicts a basket with loaves and two fishes, symbolic reference to the miracle where Jesus was able to feed the multitudes. We will continue to Mount of Beatitudes where Jesus delivered the “Sermon on the Mount”
Set within the Banias Nature Reserve in the Golan, the Banias is a spring which rises from the base of Mount Hermon, Israel’s tallest mountain, flowing for about 3.5km through a gorge, eventually coming to the impressive waterfall, the largest in Israel.
Enjoy the ride up to the Golan Heights. Pass through the former Syrian bunkers and the Har Bental for panoramic views stretching far into neighboring Syria. Learn about the biblical and historical importance of the Golan sites while enjoying the amazing landscape.
The “Cochav Hatzafon” association provides rehabilitation, care and social services to populations of people with special needs and the development of community services for children and youth at risk.
After touring the center and hearing from its people, we will experience a unique workshop run by the special people working in the center.
Each of our program participants will experience a disability such as placing a blindfold on or covering the ears in order to learn and feel what is it like to be one of the special people.
Examples for the workshops we will do:
-Create a wooden board using the instructions and a touch of creativity.
-Create a printable picture on wood using the instructions and a touch of creativity.
Yardenit is situated on the banks of the Jordan River, at the Southern tip of the Sea of Galilee. We will experience the tranquility and spiritual beauty of the waters in which Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist. Jesus practiced and preached across this part of the Holy Land which hosts a plethora of sites with biblical significance.
We travel to Nazareth- Israel’s largest Arab town for a visit to the Church of the Annunciation, which many believe marks the site of Mary’s childhood home and the Annunciation by the angel Gabriel, St. Joseph’s workshop and Mary’s well. It is also a great place to eat traditional Arab food, be it street food or something more formal at one of the delicious local restaurants.
We will begin our day in Haifa- the 3rd largest city in Israel and home to the famous Bahai Gardens. We’ll enjoy the spectacular views of the gardens.
We will continue to Akko- the city that dates back to the time of the Pharaoh Thutmose III and was a central city of the Ottoman Empire. We will Visit the amazing fortress and continue walking through the colorful bazaar to the port.
We continue to Megiddo, named in the Book of Revelation as the setting for a future battle between the forces of good and evil, is perhaps the most important site in Israel for archaeologists, dating from biblical times.
We will Drive along the Mediterranean Coast to our last stop of the day, Caesarea- the ancient Roman capital of the area. The Caesarea National Park contains the remains of a prestigious city established by King Herod the Great.
Nalaga’at, a unique, nonprofit center of culture and arts, is a meeting place for deaf, blind, deaf-blind and the general public.
Wine Tasting in the Dark:
hosted by an expert in the field, in collaboration with blind and/or visually impaired instructors, employees of the Nalaga’at Center. A glimpse into the world of wine with flavors and scents. The workshop takes place in complete darkness and gives the participants the opportunity to disconnect from the everyday visual stimulations surrounding them. The workshop is followed by tasting of Israeli boutique cheese.
We will continue to our exciting Tel Aviv food tour through the city’s Carmel Market. will take you into the depths of Tel Aviv’s vibrant food scene. Explore Tel Aviv’s flavors and head to the heart of the action, the Carmel Market on this Tel Aviv Food Tour.
We will explore the ancient city of Jaffa, which is a wonderful contrast from the modern Tel Aviv. We will witness one of the most ancient ports in the world. We will visit Jaffa flea market, a well-known attraction of the area, with vendors selling a diverse range of interesting and unique products.