Holy Land Tour will bring the Bible stories you’ve always known to life. Places like Jerusalem, Bethlehem, and the Galilee, will transform into experiences of the senses as you visit them in person. Join us to an amazing, inspiring, Holy Land tour. Here are just a few of the places and holy sites you’ll visit during our Journeys to the Land of the Bible.
One of the oldest cities in the world. It is a holy city to the three major Abrahamic religions – Judaism, Christianity, and Islam – and hosts many historical, archaeological, religious and other attractions.
Burial place of the matriarch Rachel and birthplace of King David and of Jesus. Popular sites in the city and around include: The Church of the Nativity, a church built over the cave that tradition marks as the birthplace of Jesus of Nazareth.
Features: Old City and its Knights Hall, Al-Jazzar Mosque
Shrine of Bahá’u’lláh, resting place of Bahá’u’lláh as well as a Unesco world heritage historical town.
Features : Carmel , Shrine of the Báb, its terraces, and the Baháʼí World Centre and the buildings (a Unesco world heritage).Stella Maris Monastery,Tel Shikmona , Cave of Elijah & Mahmood Mosque
Tiberias is one of the four holy cities in Judaism, overlooking the Sea of Galilee.
Saint Peter’s house at Capernaum, Tabgha and the Mount of Beatitudes.
Nazareth’s old city and historical sites around the city
Jesus’s hometown and the site of many of his reported acts and miracles.
Many churches, including The Church of the Annunciation, the largest church building in the Middle East. In Roman Catholic tradition, it marks the site where the Archangel Gabriel announced the future birth of Jesus to the Virgin Mary (Luke 1:26–31).
Masada is an ancient fortification . Masada is located 20 kilometres (12 mi) east of Arad. Masada is a UNESCO World Heritage Site .
Caesarea’s ancient city includes Roman and Crusader ruins, such as the amphitheater and hippodrome, where live concerts of classical and popular music are frequently held, as well as the harbor from which St. Paul was taken as a prisoner to Rome.
Beit She’an was a Roman Decapolis city. One of the largest archaeological sites in the Middle East.
A fortress built by Herod the Great.
Also known as Shechem, where Joseph’s Tomb and Jacob’s Well can be found