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Below is a sample of what your trip itinerary could be. This is for an overview, your trip itinerary may vary slightly due to time of year or other changes. If you’d like to learn more about the Biblical spots you may visit click here to download a PDF from The Israel Ministry of Tourism!
9 Day Itinerary 

Day 1 – GATEWAY DESTINATION CITY, USA – Depart from a nearby gateway city to Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv. Dinner and breakfast are served on board.

DAY 2 – GALILEE – Upon arrival at the Tel Aviv airport, we transfer to our hotel in the Galilee for dinner and overnight.
DAY 3 – GALILEE – We start our day with a boat ride on the Sea of Galilee. Visit Ginnosar to view the fishermen’s boat, dating back to Jesus’ time. We continue to the Mount of Beatitudes, site of the Sermon on the Mount, to reflect on the serene beauty and the event that took place here. On to Tabgha, site of the Miracle of the Fishes and Loaves and the Feeding of Five Thousand, to see the chapel built over the rock commemorating the primacy of Peter. We then visit Capernaum, the city of Jesus and Peter, to see the house of Peter and an ancient synagogue where Jesus preached and gathered his disciples. We then drive across the Jordan River via the land of Gadarenes. In the afternoon we drive north to Caesarea Phillipi, now called Banias, where Peter made his confession of faith and identified Jesus as the Messiah. And Jesus said, “thou art Peter, and upon this rock I will build my church,” Matt. 16:17-18. Return to our hotel for dinner and overnight.
DAY 4 – GALILEE – Today, take a scenic drive past Cana of Galilee to Nazareth to visit the Church of the Annunciation and Mary’s Well. On to Muchraka, the location of Elijah’s altar during his confrontation with the false prophets of Baal. Continue through the Valley of Armageddon to the excavation site at Tel Megiddo. On to Caesarea, built by Herod the Great in 22 B.C. Visit the Roman Theater, the Aqueduct and Herodian Port. It was here that Cornelius was baptized by Peter (Acts 10:24-28) and Paul was brought to trial (Acts 25). Return to our hotel for dinner and overnight.

DAY 5 – JERUSALEM – This morning, our first stop is in the ancient city of Magdala, the home town of Mary Magdalene. Here we find a complete first-century town and synagogue where it is believed that Jesus himself visited, taught and preached at this synagogue. The church called Duc in Altum in Latin “Launch into the deep” (words of Jesus in Luke 5:4, “fishers of men”) and it honors the women of the Gospels. Continue to Yardenit, the Baptismal Site on the Jordan River. We continue to the old Roman city of Beit Shean to visit the impressive Roman ruins. From here, we drive down the Jordan Valley, bypassing Jericho on our way to Bethlehem. We will have time for lunch (on your own) and shopping. Visit the Church of Nativity, the Milk Grotto, and Shepherds’ Field. Proceed to our hotel in Jerusalem for dinner and overnight.

DAY 6 – JERUSALEM – This morning we enter the Old City through St. Stephen’s Gate visiting the Pool of Bethesda, the Chapel of the Flagellation, and the Ecce Homo Arch. Continue through the Bazaar to the last stations of the Cross Via Dolorosa, the Church of the Holy Sepulcher and the Gabbatha pavement. Continue to the Jewish Quarter visiting the Cardo, the “Wide” wall built by King Hezekiah and the Herodian mansion. We continue to the Temple area and Mt. Moriah to see the Dome of Rock, visit the Western Wall, the Ophel Archaeological Park and Museum. Return to our hotel for dinner and overnight.

DAY 7 – MASADA – This morning we drive past the Inn of the Good Samari- –This morning we drive past the Inn of the Good Samaritan to arrive at the shores of the Dead Sea – the lowest point on earth. We drive along the Dead Sea to Masada, the fortress where the Jewish Zealots held off the armies of the Roman Empire before choosing suicide over surrender. Continue to Ein Gedi, where King David found shelter from the wrath of King Saul. After lunch (on your own), we will have the opportunity to enjoy a short “float” in the Dead Sea. On to Qumran where the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered in 1947 in a cave, and then return to Jerusalem for dinner and overnight.

DAY 8 – TEL AVIV TEL AVIV – Drive by the Knesset to the Israel Museum, visiting the – Drive by the Knesset to the Israel Museum, visiting the Shrine of the Book where the Dead Sea Scrolls are housed and see the model of Jerusalem at the time of the Second Temple. Drive to Mount Scopus to view the impressive home of the Hebrew University and to the Mount of Olives for an outstanding view of Jerusalem. Visit the Chapel of the Ascension, Garden of Gethsemane, and Church of All Nations before driving along the Kidron Valley seeing the Tombs of Absalom, Zechariah, and James. We continue to Mount Zion to visit the Room of the Last Supper and King David’s Tomb. We end our day with a visit to the Garden Tomb where we have an orientation beside Calvary and also where our Communion service will be held. (Mark 15: 42-47) Enjoy a farewell dinner before being transferred to the airport. 
DAY 9 – GATEWAY DESTINATION CITY, USA – Today our journey ends with good memories as we head home. Arrival the same day.

10 Day Itinerary 

Day 1 – LOS ANGELES, CA – Depart from Los Angeles International Airport with connections to Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv. Dinner and breakfast are served on board

Day 2 – GALILEE – Upon arrival at Tel Aviv airport, transfer to our hotel in the Galilee for dinner/overnight. We begin to feel the spirit of this land enchanting us, as we will be visiting sites from the Bible sharing the experience of walking in the footsteps of Jesus.
Day 3 – GALILEE – We start our day with a boat ride on the Sea of Galilee. We visit Ginnosar to view the fishermen’s boat, found on the shores of the Sea Galilee, which dates to Jesus’ time. We continue to the Mount of Beatitudes, site of the Sermon on the Mount to reflect on the event that took place here. On to Tabgha, site of the Miracle of the fishes and loaves, to see the chapel built over the rock commemorating the primacy of Peter. We then visit Capernaum, the city of Jesus and Peter. There we will see the house of Peter and see an ancient synagogue, here Jesus preached and it is here he gathered his disciples. We then drive across the Jordan River to the land of Gaderenes – visiting Kursi site of the miracle of Demons and Swine. In the afternoon we drive north to Caesarea Phillipi, now called Banias, here Peter made his confession of faith and identified Jesus as the Messiah. “And Jesus said, You are Peter and upon this rock I will build my church.” Matt.16-17-18. Return to our hotel for dinner and overnight.
Day 4 – GALILEE – Today we drive via Cana of Galilee to Nazareth and visit the Church of the Annunciation and Mary’s Well. On to Muchraka, the location of Elijah’s altar during his confrontation with the false prophets of Baal. Continue via the Valley of Armageddon to the excavation at Tel Megiddo. On to Caesarea, built by Herod the Great in 22 B.C. Visit the Roman Theater, the Aqueduct and Herodian Port. It was here that Cornielius was baptized by Peter. (Acts 10:24-28). It was here that Paul was brought to trail (Acts 25) Return to our hotel for dinner and overnight.
Day 5 – JERUSALEM – This morning we drive along the Sea of Galilee and arrive at Yardenit, the Baptismal Site on the Jordan River. We continue to the old Roman city of Beit Shean to visit the Roman Ruins. From here we drive down the Jordan Valley bypassing Jericho, on our way to Bethlehem. We will have time for lunch, visit the Church of Nativity and Shepherds’ Field. Proceed to our hotel in Jerusalem for dinner and overnight.

Day 6 – JERUSALEM – This morning we enter the Old City through St. Stephen’s Gate visiting the Pool of Bethesda, the Chapel of the Flagellation, and the Ecce Homo Arch. Continue through the Bazaar to the last stations of the Cross Via Dolorosa, visit the Church of the Holy Sepulcher and view the Gabbatha pavement. Continue to the Jewish Quarter visiting the Cardo, the “Wide” wall built by King Hezekiah and the Herodian mansion then proceed to the Temple area and Mt. Moriah and see the Dome of Rock, visit the Western Wall, the Ophel Archaeological Park and Museum. Return to our hotel for dinner and overnight.

Day 7 – MASADA – Leave Jerusalem, drive via the Inn of the “Good Samaritan” and arrive at the shores of the Dead Sea – the lowest point on earth. We drive along the Dead Sea to Masada, the fortress where the Jewish Zealots held off the armies of the Romans before choosing suicide over surrender. Continue to Ein Gedi, where King David found shelter from the wrath of King Saul. After lunch, we will have the opportunity to enjoy a short “float” in the Dead Sea. Continue to Qumran where the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered in 1947 in a cave and return to Jerusalem for dinner overnight.

Day 8 – JERUSALEM – Full day of leisure to pursue personal interests, or to shop.
Day 9 – JERUSALEM – Drive by the Knesset to the Israel Museum, visiting the Shrine of the Book where the Dead Sea Scrolls are housed and see the model of Jerusalem at the time of the Second Temple. Drive to Mount Scopus to view the impressive home of the Hebrew University. Continue our drive to the Mt. of Olives for an outstanding view of Jerusalem. Visit the Chapel of the Ascension, Garden of Gethsemane, and Church of All Nations. Drive along the Kidron Valley and see the Tombs of Absalom, Zechariah and James. We continue to Mount Zion to visit the Room of the Last Supper and King David’s Tomb. We end our day with a visit to the Garden Tomb where we have an orientation beside Calvary and also where our Communion service will be held. (Mark 15:42-47).
Day 10 – GATEWAY DESTINATION CITY, USA – Today our journey ends with good memories as we head home. We arrive home the same day.