JOIN US ON A BREATHTAKING JOURNEY TO THE HOLY LAND OF ISRAEL!
Day 1: Arrival in the Holy Land
Upon your arrival in the Holy Land, you will be transported to our hotel in either Nazareth or Tiberias. The rest of the day is yours to explore, unwind, and enjoy a relaxing dinner. Take this opportune moment for personal reflection and get to know your fellow travelers. Dinner and overnight stay in either Nazareth or Tiberias.
Day 2 : Sea of Galilee, Capernaum’ Tabha,Mt of beatitudes , Yardenit,cana of galilee
Explore the sacred sites associated with Jesus’ ministry around the Sea of Galilee. Delight in a boat ride on the tranquil Sea of Galilee, absorbing the surroundings that once witnessed Jesus’ teachings. Visit the Mount of Beatitudes, where Jesus delivered the Sermon on the Mount, and marvel at the iconic chapel designed by renowned architect Antonio Barluzzi, enjoying the scenic view.
Continue your journey to Capernaum, believed to be Jesus’ home and ministry center. Stand in the remnants of the synagogue where Jesus taught and performed miracles, including the healing of Peter’s mother-in-law. Explore Jesus’ synagogue and St. Peter’s house before heading to the Primacy of Peter, the site where Jesus appeared to his disciples after the resurrection.
Visit Tabgha, the location of the feeding of the 5000, and the Church of Multiplication with its ancient mosaic floor. Enjoy lunch at St. Peter’s Fish restaurant. Journey to Yardenit, the baptismal site at the Jordan River’s northern side. Conclude the day with a visit to Cana, where you’ll renew your marriage vows at the Wedding Church, the site of Jesus’ first public miracle—turning water into wine at a wedding feast. Dinner and overnight stay in Nazareth or Tiberias.
Next stop is Ajloun Castle. The castle was built by one of Saladin’s generals in 1184 AD to control the iron mines of Ajloun. It
was also used to defend the area from Crusader invasions. As part of a chain of forts, beacons were lit at night to pass signals from the Euphrates to as far as Cairo. The hill on which the castle sits, Jabal Auf, is a perfect location, offering bird’s-eye views over the surrounding countryside and over three major wadis leading to the Jordan Valley. End the day back in Amman. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
Day 3: haifa -Nazareth -Mt tabor
Embark on a journey to Haifa, where we’ll explore the breathtaking Bahai Gardens and Stella Maris. Our next destination is Mount Tabor, traditionally associated with the transfiguration of Jesus. Following this, we’ll visit Nazareth, the hometown of Jesus, Holy Mary, and St. Joseph. This town became their residence after their return from Egypt, escaping Herod the Great’s soldiers.
Discover the significant landmarks of Nazareth, including the Church of the Annunciation, Holy Mary’s house, and St. Joseph’s workshop. Continue to the Mount of Precipitation for further exploration.
Conclude the day with a delightful dinner and overnight stay in Nazareth or Tiberias.
DAY 4: Jericho –Qumran –Dead Sea
We journey through ancient Jericho, pausing to visit the Sycamore tree famously climbed by Zacchaeus, the tax collector seeking a view of Jesus. Our exploration then takes us to the Mount of Temptation, where Christ faced the devil’s temptations during his 40-day fast, offering a distant view of the world’s oldest city, Jericho.
Continuing to the Jordan River (Queser El Yehud), we reach the Israeli side of Bethany Beyond the Jordan. This sacred site marks where John the Baptist baptized Jesus, and it holds historical significance as the area where Elijah, Elisha, and the children of Israel, led by Joshua, entered the Promised Land.
As we pass near Ein Gedi, our next stop is the Qumran Caves, where the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered. In the afternoon, we’ll participate in Genesis Land, an immersive experience in Abraham’s Tent, allowing us to relive the time of the Patriarchs. This unique encounter includes costumes, a dramatic presentation, and a camel ride.
Conclude the day at the Dead Sea.
Day 5 : Bethlehem
Explore Bethlehem, starting with a visit to the Church of the Nativity, the sacred birthplace of Jesus Christ. Continue your journey to the Milk Grotto, a site associated with the Holy Family seeking refuge during the “slaughter of the innocents” before their escape to Egypt. The name originates from the legend that a “drop of milk” from the Virgin Mary changed the cave’s floor to white.
Next, venture to Shepherd’s Field, where an angel appeared to announce the birth of Jesus. Conclude the day with a delightful dinner and an overnight stay in the heart of Bethlehem.
Day 6: Jerusalem
Embark on a profound journey through the Old City of Jerusalem, beginning with a visit to St. Anne Church and the Pool of Bethesda. Walk along the Stations of the Cross, the Via Dolorosa, exploring significant sites such as the Judgment Hall of Pilate, Church of Flagellation, and concluding at the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. Witness Calvary and Golgotha, and then proceed to Mount Olives, where the Lord ascended into heaven.
From Mount Olives, enjoy a panoramic view across the Kidron Valley to the Eastern Gate, believed to be where the Prince of Peace will enter. Visit the Church of Ascension, pass by Pater Noster Church, and explore Dominus Flevit, where “the Lord wept” over the Holy City. Descend Palm Sunday Road to Gethsemane, home to ancient olive trees dating back to the time of Christ, the Basilica of the Agony, and the Tomb of St. Mary.
Continue the journey to Mt. Zion, where you’ll visit the Upper Room associated with the Lord’s Supper, King David’s Tomb, Dormition Abbey, and the Cenacle, commemorating the last supper and the coming of the Holy Spirit on the apostles. Walk through the Jewish Quarter and visit St. Peter in Gallicantu, a remarkable church commemorating Peter’s denial, repentance, and reconciliation with Christ after the resurrection.Conclude the day with dinner and an overnight stay in Bethlehem.
DAY 7: jerusalem – Emmaus Nicopolis –Abu Gosh -Ein Karem-Lod -Jaffa
Embark on a sacred journey through Jerusalem and its surroundings, commencing with a visit to the revered Western Wall in the Old City. Explore the Tomb of Lazarus and experience the biblical significance of Emmaus Nicopolis, the village where Jesus first appeared after the Resurrection. Delve into the historical charm of Abu Gosh before proceeding to Ein Karem, where the birthplace and church of St. John the Baptist, along with the Basilica of the Visitation, await exploration. Discover Mary’s Spring and continue the pilgrimage to Lod, visiting St. George’s Church. Conclude the day in Jaffa, where St. Peter’s Church, the site of the Healing of Tabitha, and Simon the Tanner’s House weave a tapestry of biblical tales. Retire for a tranquil dinner and overnight stay in Bethlehem.
Day 8: END OF TRIP
Start your day with breakfast at the hotel. Prepare for departure by transferring to the airport for your journey back home.
SAFE TRAVELS 😉
The price does not include:
– Personal expenses
– Optional tours (Please ask you tour guide)
– City tax (to be paid directly at the hotel)
– Tips for the guide (it is customary to give 5 USD per person per day)
– COVID-19 test (IF MANDATORY)
The price includes:
– Comfortable and air-conditioned touristy BUS.
– High quality touristic hotels.
– INTERNATIONAL tour guide from the “GLOBEST TRAVEL” team.
– Breakfast and Dinner at the hotel included .
– Entrance fees to the specified sites in the itinerary.
– Tips for local service providers, including a local driver and guide.
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