Itinerary Example 1

Day 1 - Tel Aviv

​Morning arrival at the airport, tour of ancient Jaffa from where Jonah fled from the face of the Lord, panoramic view of el Aviv, old Tel Aviv neighborhoods & Independence Hall museum.

Day 2 - Traveling Galilee

Travel to Caesarea Maritima, the Roman capitol in Yeshua's time build by Herod, continue to Mount Carmel where Elijah faced the false prophets and visit ancient Meggido at the Valley of Armageddon.

Day 3 - Upper Galilee & Golan Heights

Travel to Tel Dan where Jereboam built a false altar, continue to Banias (Caesarea Phillipi) where Peter had a revelation about Yeshua, drive up to Golan Heights to kibbutz El Rom to see an authentic war movie from 1973 Yom Kippur war, visit Valley of Tears battle place and finish at the Mount Bental overlooking Syrian border.

Day 4 - Following the steps of Yeshua

Morning visit of Mt. Beatitudes where the sermon of the mount may have been preached, visit Capernaum where Yeshua performed many of the miracles, take a boat ride on the lake and finish at Magdala center, a new archaeological site where a 1st century Jewish town (home town of Mary Magdalene) was found including an amazing synagogue where Yeshua probably have been preaching.

Day 5 - Jordan Valley & Dead Sea

Morning visit of Beit Shean the most impressive roman city ruins in Israel which was the capital of Decapolis, travel south via Jordan valley to Kasser El Yahud baptism site on Jordan river, continue to Kumran where Dead Sea scrolls were discovered, and finish in En Gedi where David hid from Saul.

Day 6 - From the desert to Jerusalem

Morning visit of Masada Herod's desert fortress, drive to Tel Arad that was destroyed by Joshua and became a border fortress of Judea in the times of the kings, continue to Jerusalem via the land of the Philistines and the Valley of Ella where David defeated Goliath. Visit Israel Museum with the model of 1st century Jerusalem and the Shrine of the Book where the Dead Sea scrolls are located.

Day 7 - Jerusalem

Morning lookout from Abraham's ridge where Abraham saw the Temple Mount for the first time, continue to the old city from Jaffa gate to Jewish quarter, visit Western Wall and see a magnificent excavations of the southern steps of the Temple. Afternoon visit of Yad VaShem holocaust memorial museum.