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Golden Dome of the Rock
Garden of Gethsemane
Floating in the Dead Sea
The Garden Tomb
Church of Holy Sepulcher
David's Tower in old city of Jerusalem
Memorial to the Deportees at The World Holocaust Remembrance Center
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Find yourself immersed in ancient history and diverse cultures as we discover the Holy Land. Ageless stories come to life as we walk in the footsteps of countless visitors for thousands of years. Discover the birthplace of three of the world’s largest religions – Judaism, Islam, and Christianity. Brimming with biblical sites, encounter the Mount of Beatitudes, where Jesus delivered his sermon on the mount; Beth Shean, one of the ten Decapolis; the platform where King Harod’s Temple sat on Temple Mount; the Western Wall and stations of the cross; the storied Sea of Galilee, and much more. This riveting once-in-a-lifetime experience will leave you with lasting memories.
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Day 1 : Fly to Israel
Relax and enjoy an overnight flight to the Promised Land.
Day 2 : Arrive in Tel-Aviv
Today we arrive in the second most populous city in Israel, Tel-Aviv. Instantly feel the pulse of this vibrant coastal town brimming with sandy Mediterranean beaches and lively culture. We meet our local Tour Guide and drive to our hotel. Join your fellow travelers at a special Holiday Vacations Welcome Dinner.
Day 3 : Caesarea, Mount Carmel, Nazareth & Sephoris
Following breakfast, travel along breathtaking Mediterranean coastlines, stopping to explore the four-thousand-year-old port city of Jaffa, perched hillside overlooking the sea.
Heading north along the coast, we visit the port Caesarea where Cornelius the Centurion and his household were saved and baptized.
Next we go to Mount Carmel. It was in this coastal mountain range where Elijah challenged the prophets of Ba’al.
Our next destination is Nazareth where we stop in the Old City to visit the Church of Annunciation.
We conclude the day in Sephoris. This village and archaeological site is home to the partially restored Roman Theater, offering spectacular views and famed mosaics including the “Mona Lisa of the Galilee.”
Our next two nights are in Tiberius.
Day 4 : The Sea of Galilee
Today we visit Magdala’s First Century Synagogue where we witness the Magdala Stone. Many archaeologists consider this stone the most significant archaeological find yet in the 21st century, having been uncovered in 2009 while excavating the Migdal Synagogue.
We then visit the small fishing village of Capernaum where we view two ancient synagogues built on top of each other, the historic home of Saint Peter.
After a stop at Mount Tabgha, we make our way to the Mount of Beatitudes, where the Sermon on the Mount took place.
Next, we "seas the day," enjoying a boat ride on the Sea of Galilee and then visiting the Ancient Boat Museum where we learn about boats dating back to the first century AD.
Day 5 : Beth Shean & Jordan Valley
After breakfast we’ll drive to one of the oldest cities in Israel, Beth Shean. Here we discover the Byzantine bathhouse, columned Roman street, and amphitheater, rich in gladiator history.
We’ll follow the Jordan Valley to the area of the first baptism on the Jordan River, Qasr El Yahud.
We then stop and witness Jericho, the oldest known continuously inhabited city in the world.
Our day is complete with a beautiful drive along the Dead Sea shoreline to our beautiful accommodations and included dinner.
We end the day with an opportunity to swim and float in the Dead Sea. High salt content in its water is believed to provide healing and therapeutic benefits.
Day 6 : Masada, Qumran & Jerusalem
This morning we ascend high above the Dead Sea by cable car to the fortress Masada, an 840-acre complex with exceptionally preserved ruins.
We continue along the Dead Sea coastline and make a visit to Qumran where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found by a Bedouin shepherd in 1948.
We head to Jerusalem and check-in to our hotel for the next five nights.
Day 7 : Mount Olive, Gethsemane & Mount Zion
Our first day in Jerusalem offers the opportunity to travel high above the city to Mount Olive for breathtaking views.
Walking along the Palm Sunday Trail to the garden of Gethsemane, we find ourselves among ancient olive trees, some dating back to the 12th century.
From there we journey to Mount Zion, the highest point in Jerusalem, and visit the first Christian church including the room believed to be the site of the Last Supper.
We view the tomb of King David and the house of High Priest Caiaphas, taking time to stroll the ancient rooms.
Tonight, experience an authentic Shabbat dinner.
Day 8 : Old City of Jerusalem
We begin our day at the Israel museum. Find yourself awe-struck by the most extensive holdings of biblical and Holy Land archaeology to date. Highlights include the Shrine of the Book and the Model of the Second Temple.
Next, we walk through the Old City, seeing the Pool of Bethesda and discovering the ancient lifestyle and shops still maintained today. Walk the Way of the Cross to the Fortress of Antonia.
We then visit the Church of Holy Sepulcher and the Garden Tomb to conclude the day.
Day 9 : Western Wall & Holocaust Memorial Museum
Today, we ascend Temple Mount and discover the original platform where King Herod’s temple stood.
We visit the golden Dome of the Rock and ancient limestone Western Wall and tunnels whose architecture and artifacts represent life during the Second Temple Period.
Continuing to the Cardo of the Jewish Quarter, we get a fascinating look into the ancient markets of Jerusalem. Marvel at Roman columns, murals, and Madaba Map.
We travel to Yad Veshem, the World Holocaust Remembrance Center, where we get a poignant experience that commemorates those who died, fought, and selflessly aided Jews during the Holocaust.
Tonight, we savor dinner at a traditional Middle-Eastern restaurant.
Day 10 : City of David
Our final day in Jerusalem takes us to the Biblical City of David, the urban core of ancient Jerusalem. We’ll journey underground as we navigate through Hezekiah’s Tunnel.
Our last adventure is a visit to the Tower of David where we learn the story of Jerusalem, detailing major events throughout history including its significant relationship to all three major monotheistic religions.
Enjoy time at leisure this afternoon.
We end our day in traditional Holiday Vacations style with a Farewell Dinner.
Day 11 : Return Home
We return home with lifelong memories of our time in the Holy Land.
January 23, 2021 - February 2, 2021
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