TOURS OF ISRAELINSPIRING. ENLIGHTENING. UNFORGETTABLE.
Why visit Israel?
If you love the bible visiting Israel is an inspiring and enlightening experience that should not be missed. Sitting at the crossroads of Europe, Asia and Africa much of the old testament and new testament took place in Israel’s hills and valleys, towns and cities. This land, the holy land, the land of the bible, is steeped in history and significance and is waiting to be discovered by you.
Why a tour?
With a group tour everything is arranged and taken care of for you. There is no need to worry about where you will go and how you will get there. You are free from distractions so that you can get the most from your time in this special place.
Why JJ Travel?
Quite simply because we care. We care about you and the experience you will have coming to Israel. We understand this is not just any other vacation. We know what a visit to Israel means. So, we care about our tours – we don’t do the typical, standard tour. We do tours that matter and go to places – even if they are off the beaten track – that are meaningful. We care because we know you care.
I would not want to visit Israel in any other way except on such a tour…I would love to do the tour all over again
I was stunned by the impact it had on me to see the physical land of which Christ is the reality…I believe that I will never read the Bible quite the same.
From our blog
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