Upon arrival in Tel Aviv we are met by our guide and make our way north to Mt. Carmel and the Chapel of Stella Mares (Star of the Sea), where we celebrate Mass. We arrive in Tiberias for dinner and the evening.


This morning we begin with a boat ride on the Sea of Galilee.  We will visit a replica of a fishing boat from the time of Christ.  Our visit continues to the Mt. of Beatitudes to gain a panoramic view of the Sea of Galilee.  Continue to Tabgha, where we celebrate Mass. Visit Heptagagon (Peter’s Primacy), followed by a visit to Capernaum, continue to Tel Hadar (Where Jesus fed the 4000 people). Continue to  the Jordan River to renew our baptismal vows, we return to our hotel for the evening.


We make our way to Cana, site of Jesus’ first miracle at the wedding feast, where we invite couples to renew their wedding vows, Proceed to Nazareth where we visit the Basilica of the Annunciation for Mass, then continue to St. Joseph’s Workshop and Mary’s Well.  Our next stop is the site of the Transfiguration at Mt. Tabor. We continue thought the Jordan Valley. Continue to Jerusalem for Overnight.

This morning we begin our day with a Mass at the Church of the nativity, St. Jerome’s Chapel, and St. Catherine’s Church. Followed by a visit to the Shepherds, We will allow extra time for shopping, lunch (on our own) in Bethlehem Returning; we stop in Ein Karem where we visit the Church of St. John the Baptist and the Church of the Visitation back to the hotel for dinner and Overnight.


We begin today by visiting the wailing wall and the Temple Mount, then we proceed) then We proceed to the Chapel of the Flagellation (where Our Lord was scourged), to the Ecce Homo Arch and Lithostrotos, where we celebrate Mass. then carry the cross as we follow the Via Dolorosa (Stations of the Cross), till the 14th Station at the Holy Sepulchre, lunch (on our own)
We begin this afternoon with a ride to Mt. Scopus and to the Mt. of Olives, where we gain a panoramic view of the old City of Jerusalem. We visit the place of the Ascension, Pater Noster (commemorating the “Our Father”), Dominus Flevit, (where Jesus wept over Jerusalem), and the Church of All Nations in the Garden of Gethsemane, we continue onto the Church of the Dormition of Our Lady, and the Upper Room, commemorating the Last Supper, back to our hotel for dinner and the evening.

we start our day with an early mass at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre we return back to our hotel for breakfast & some rest, we leave the hotel to  Jericho to view the Mt. of Temptation now home to a Greek Orthodox Monastery from a distance and to see the traditional Zaccheus site.  This city was the site of Joshua’s first dramatic conquest. Our next stop is Qumran, site of the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls.  We stop to view the Dead Sea, the lowest point on earth and optional swim in the salty water.  Then it is back up to Jerusalem, stopping in Bethany, site of the resurrection of Lazarus. Dinner and overnight at our hotel.

We transfer to the Tel Aviv airport for our return flight.

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Tel Aviv

Tel AvivTel Aviv, often called “the city that never sleeps,” was the first modern Jewish city built in the Holy Land, and is the country’s economic and cultural centre. It is a lively, active city that abounds with entertainment, culture and art, festivals, and a rich night life. Situated on a 14-kilometer-long strip on the Mediterranean Read more

Sea of Galilee

Sea of GalileeAll winter long, the most important part of the news report for Israelis is not the dollar-shekel exchange rate or the level of the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange index, but rather the water level in Lake Kineret, which often reflects the national spirit. The Kineret, or Sea of Galilee, is Israel’s largest fresh water reservoir, Read more


HaifaHaifa is a multi-faceted city with several unique characteristics making it an attractive place to visit. Its proximity to the sea and its active port contribute to its importance. The bustling port area draws merchants, shoppers and tourists. The beautiful beaches are popular for sports and recreation, and are filled with people during summer weekends. Read more


JerichoJericho, the “City of Palms”, is a small city within the Palestinian Territories and Israeli-occupied West Bank, close to the northern end of Dead Sea and some 55 km (34 miles) from Jerusalem. A relatively tranquil town, Jericho’s reputation for calm and lack of security incidents in the midst of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, have made Read more


TiberiusTiberias (Tabariyah) demonstrates the essence of vacations in the Holy land. In Tiberias, one can enjoy a variety of activities in a city that offers splendid opportunities to mix relaxation with nature, history with contemporary attractions, serene quiet with active water sports, and pilgrimage sites with unique tourist attractions. Tiberias is located on the shores Read more


NazarethNazareth is a city located in the north. With a population of 75,000, it is the largest Arab city with a mixed but quite harmonious Christian and Muslim population. Nazareth is best known as the home of Joseph and Mary and therefore also Jesus, although he was born in Bethlehem. A number of Christian holy Read more


BethlehemBethlehem is a Palestinian city approximately 8 kilometres south of Jerusalem. The city is a hub of Palestinian culture and tourism in the country. Bethlehem is known around the world as the birthplace of Jesus Christ. It is inhabited by one of the oldest Christian communities in the world. The city has been a major Read more


JerusalemJerusalem is a city of overwhelming emotions, a city that promises a religious and spiritual experience, excitement and pleasure, interesting tours and entertaining adventures. Here, alongside Jerusalem’s mesmerizing historic and archaeological sites, there are amazingly modern tourist attractions for all lovers of culture, the arts, theatre and music, architecture and gastronomic delights. At Jerusalem’s heart Read more

Christian Quarter (Jerusalem)

Christian Quarter (Jerusalem)The Christian Quarter is situated in the north-western corner of the Old City, extending from the New Gate (see below) in the north, along the western wall of the Old City as far as the Jaffa Gate, along the Jaffa Gate – Western Wall route in the south, bordering on the Jewish and Armenian Quarters, Read more

Old City of Jerusalem

Old City of JerusalemAccording to the Bible, before King David’s conquest of Jerusalem in the 11th century BCE the city was home to the Jebusites. The Bible describes the city as heavily fortified with a strong city wall. The city ruled by King David, known as Ir David, or the City of David, is now believed to be Read more

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