you like to visit the Holy Land? For Tour dates and more information, please contact us. The
following is a sample Itinerary:
DAY 1 - Today we depart to Israel.
DAY 2 - Arrive at Ben Gurion International
Airport in Tel Aviv and transfer to our hotel. After dinner we will have a short welcome meeting. Good night sleep in our
hotel in Tel-Aviv.
DAY 3 - Jaffa / Caesarea / Mount Carmel / Nazareth / Nazareth Village / Mount
of Precipice / Sea of Galilee. We start our day visiting Jaffa. This
is a place for beginnings, both of many tours of Israel, and in the Bible. Jonah’s journey, Tabitha’s restoration
to life, and Peter’s conversion of Gentiles all began here. In Jaffa, Peter was divinely led to preach the Gospel to
the gentiles at Caesarea. After, we will travel to Caesarea, the port-city built by King Herod. We will walk
through the Roman Aqueduct and the Theatre. It was in Caesarea that Cornelius became the first Gentile convert to the new
covenant, and where Paul was imprisoned before being taken to Rome for trial. We will continue to Mount Carmel.
On this mount, Elijah defeated the prophets of Baal. Next, we will travel to Nazareth, where Jesus lived as a
young boy, and we will visit Nazareth Village, a wonderful recreation of Biblical times. We will also visit the
Mount of Precipice, where Luke describes how Jesus was rejected by those in the Synagogue after He taught them.
Filled with anger they “led Him unto the brow of the hill whereon their city was built, that they might cast Him down
headlong”. Dinner and overnight in Galilee.
DAY 4 - Boat ride / Synagogue in Capernaum / Tabgha
/ Mt. of Beatitudes / Magdala / Baptism site at the Jordan River / Baptisms. After breakfast, we descend and take a boat ride to Capernaum to visit the
ruins of an ancient Synagogue. We then continue to Tabgha, the site of the multiplication of the loaves and the
fish, Mount of Beatitudes, and Magdala - home of Mary Magdalene. Our last visit today will be the
Baptism site at the Jordan River, where those who wish, may be baptized. Dinner and overnight in
DAY 5 - Caesarea Philippi / Golan / Agamon - a huge bird’s
sanctuary. Today we visit the tel of
Dan, one of ancient Israel's boundary markers - "From Dan to Beersheba". Journey to Caesarea Philippi,
where Peter proclaimed, "You are the Christ". Next, we will travel through the Golan Heights and better
understand their strategic importance to the security of Israel. In the afternoon we will visit Agamon Hula,
called "a paradise for birds and people": Some 500 million birds of 400 species, including these white pelicans,
migrate through this valley in Israel every migration season. The valley is surrounded by the Golan, the Korazim, and the
Metulla Heights and the Lebanon and the Naphtali mountain ranges in the northern part of Israel, and is in the center of the
Afro-Syrian Rift –– one of the most significant bird migration routes in the world. Dinner and overnight in Galilee.
DAY 6 - Megiddo / Yad Hashmona, (Biblical Garden) / Shopping and lunch at
the Marketplace in Jerusalem / King of Kings Church. After breakfast we will go to Megiddo - the Biblical city overlooking the Valley of Armageddon.
visit the archaeological excavations including the well preserved water supply system. After, we will travel to Yad
HaShmona, nestled in the Judean hills about 10 miles west of Jerusalem. This is a Biblical Garden that provides visitors
with hands-on exposure to the manners and customs of the ancient Israelites. Today we will go shopping and have lunch at the
Marketplace in Jerusalem. Today we will visit King of Kings Church in Jerusalem for the 5 PM Sunday Service. After the Service
we will travel to the Dead Sea. Dinner and overnight at the Dead Sea.
7 - Free day at the Dead Sea. Dinner
and overnight at the Dead Sea.
DAY 8 - Masada / Factory of Dead Sea
Products / Jericho / Mount of Temptation / Inn of the Good Samaritan / Mount Scopus / Jerusalem. Today we will visit Masada. We ascend the mountain by cable car.
Masada is an ancient fortification in the Southern District of Israel, on top of an isolated rock plateau on the eastern edge
of the Judean Desert, overlooking the Dead Sea. Herod the Great built palaces for himself on the mountain and fortified Masada
between 37 and 31 BC. It was in Masada that the Jews came to defy the Romans, after a long and drawn-out siege by the Roman
army. We will take you through the important archaeological sites bringing this dramatic historical moment to life for you.
Next, we will visit the factory of Dead Sea products. Dead Sea Premier’s products are scientifically developed
by expert dermatologists and chemists who specialize in aging and skin biology. We will continue to Jericho. Jericho is described
in the Old Testament as the "City of Palm Trees." It is known in Judeo-Christian tradition as the place of the Israelites'
return from bondage in Egypt, led by Joshua, the successor to Moses. In Jericho, we will ascend to the Mount of Temptation
by cable car. As recorded in the Gospels the Holy Spirit led Jesus into the desert. While he fasted, the devil tempted
Him three times to prove His divinity by demonstrating his supernatural powers. Tradition dating from the 12th century places
two of the devil’s tempting on the Mount of Temptation. In our way to Jerusalem, we will stop at the Inn of the Good
Samaritan. Dinner and overnight in our hotel in Jerusalem.
DAY 9 - Mount of Olives / Garden of Gethsemane / Church of All Nations / City of David / Pool of Siloam. Today we will stand atop the Mount of
Olives, where Jesus ascended into heaven 40 days after His resurrection. We will pass by the Chapel of the Ascension
which marks the traditional site. We will pray in the Garden of Gethsemane among Olive Trees in the Kidron Valley
across from the walls of Jerusalem. We will visit the Church of All Nations, officially named the Basilica of the Agony, located
at the foot of the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem next to the Garden of Gethsemane. The Church enshrines a section
of stone in the Garden of Gethsemane that is believed to be where Jesus prayed on the night of His arrest. Today we also visit
the City of David and the Pool of Siloam. Overnight in our hotel in Jerusalem.
DAY 10 - Jerusalem – the New City / Menorah / Holocaust Museum / Wailing Wall / Rabbi’s Tunnel
/ Mount Zion / House of Caiaphas / Shopping Mall. After breakfast we visit the modern city of Jerusalem, the famous Menorah near the Israeli Parliament
(Knesset), the Yad Va Shem Museum (the Holocaust Museum). We will visit the Wailing Wall (the
Western Wall) - the last remains of the Temple built by King Herod and the Rabbi’s Tunnel which exposes
to you the unique size of the Wailing Wall. Continue to Mount Zion (King David's tomb) and the Upper Room, site
of the Last Supper. Nearby is the house of Caiaphas. If time permits we will visit the new Shopping Mall in Jerusalem. Dinner
and overnight in our Hotel in Jerusalem.
11 - Bethlehem / Church of the Nativity and Milk Grotto / Shepherds field / Jerusalem- the Old City / Davidson Center / the
Pool of Bethesda / the Way of Suffering / Garden Tomb / Communion. In the morning we visit the "little town of Bethlehem" and its' Church
of the Nativity and Milk Grotto. We also visit the Shepherds field. We continue to visit Jerusalem – the
Old City, including the Way of Suffering and the Garden Tomb, where we celebrate the resurrection
of Our Lord Jesus Christ with Communion and a time of praise. Dinner and overnight in our Hotel in Jerusalem.
DAY 12 - Transfer to the airport for our flight back home.
For Tour dates, and more information please call or e-mail:
Dr. Manuel V. Pereira