Day 1: Tel Aviv / Netanya
Upon arrival at Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport  you will be met by  OTB representative who will assist you through customs and security. We are then transferred to our hotel in Netanya right on the beautiful Mediterranean Sea.

Day 2: Caesarea / Megiddo / Nazareth / Tiberia

Today we depart for Galilee, visiting the following biblical sites: Caesarea (Acts 9 & 25), Mt. Carmel (1 Kgs. 18), Megiddo (Armageddon; 1 Kgs. 9:15; Rev. 16:16), Nazareth (Luke 1 & 2), Cana (John 2) and Tiberias (John 6:23). Optional: Baptism in the River Jordan

There is nothing quite like watching a sunrise on the Sea of Galilee from your guesthouse or from a boat. Today will include many biblical sites along the shore of the Sea of Galilee and in the Upper Jordan Valley: e.g. Capernaum (Matt. 4:13), Mount of Beatitudes (Matt. 5-7), Tabgha (Feeding of 5000; Mark 6), Church of Peter of Primacy (John 21), Magdala (Matt. 15:39; Luke 8:2); Caesarea Philippi (Paneas; Mark 8:27), view Mt. Hermon (Deut. 3:8), Border of Lebanon (Josh. 11:17), and Hazor (Josh. 11:10; 1 Kgs. 9:15). Dinner and overnight in Tiberias.

Day 4: Beth Shan / Jericho / Jerusalem

Today we go up to Jerusalem. The highway we take will include many of the following biblical sites: Mt. Tabor (Judges 4); Ein Harod (Judg. 7:1); Beth Shan (1 Sam. 31:10); and Jericho (Josh. 2-6; Mark 10:46; Luke 19:1). The road from Jericho to Jerusalem is an ascent of 4000 feet in 13 miles. Dinner and overnight in Jerusalem.

Day 5: Jerusalem / Mt. of Olives / Bethany
We begin our explorations with a drive to the beautiful Mt. of Olives to behold the breath-taking panorama of the Holy City. Our pilgrimage will proceed to the Church of Ascension, descend to Gethsemane with its ancient olive grove, and there visit the Church of Agony, where tradition holds that Jesus prayed. We will enter Jerusalem through the Dung Gate, and walk to the holiest site in the whole Jewish world, the Western Wall (Wailing Wall) of Herd’s temple. We will include a visit to the Southern Steps of the Temple Mount (the actual steps where Jesus walked). Beyond the wall lies the 35-acre temple area purchased by King David (2 Sam. 24:18-25). We will visit Hezekiah’s waterway, then we make our way to St. Stephen’s Gate, St. Anne’s Crusader Church, Pools of Bethesda, the Sister of Zion Convent (to see the Pavement where Jesus stood as he was being tried by Pilate), Ecce Homo Arch. In the afternoon, we will visit the Garden Tomb for Communion. Dinner and overnight in Jerusalem

Day 6: Qumran / Ein Gedi / Masada
Leaving Jerusalem, we will descend down to the Dead Sea and the wilderness of Judah. Following the road south along the western shore of the Dead Sea, for Masada, where we will ascend high upon the wilderness mountain by way of the cable car to the fortress built by King Herod. Here we survey the ruins of the fortifications, waterworks, synagogue, temples and palaces. (Option to walk down the ancient trail from Masada to the parking lot) on our way back we stop at Qumran, to visit the caves where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found, swim at the Dead Sea, We return to Jerusalem. Dinner and overnight in Jerusalem

Day 7: Tel Aviv  Airport
Today we transfer to the airport for our departure flight home

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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


CaesareaCaesarea is a city of the past and the future, the new sitting across from the ancient. While new Caesarea is adorned with magnificent modern homes, ancient Caesarea offers tourists the ruins of unique, remarkable buildings. While golf players enjoy lush fairways, horse races are re-enacted in the huge hippodrome in the national park. While Read more


MasadaMasada is one of the most thrilling and frequently-toured places in the Holy Land, and relates a story of perseverance and power, faith and surrender, ambitions, and a tragic end. Masada is a place where battles were waged with rocks and flaming arrows, as well as battles of the human spirit. Masada is situated on 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


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

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