Walk the land, the good land, the beautiful land, the land of the Bible.

Day One – Thursday, 5 January – Arrival Day

Meals included: Dinner
Check in available from 15:00
Kokia House – see the amazing film “The All-inclusive Land” and learn about the seven species in Deuteronomy 8:8.
Overnight in Jerusalem

Day Two – Friday, 6 January – Jerusalem

Meals included: Breakfast, lunch, dinner
Western Wall – this famous site is considered the holiest place in Judaism.
Western Wall Tunnels – go underground to walk on streets from the time of Jesus and learn about the history of Jerusalem and the building of the temple.
Temple Institute – see the preparations for the rebuilding of the temple.
The Upper Room – as mentioned in Acts 1 and 2.
David’s Tomb – the site where traditionally King David is believed to be buried.
St. Peter in Gallicantu – a possible site of the house of the High Priest Caiaphas where the Lord was questioned before crucifixion. And where Peter denied the Lord three times.
Overnight in Jerusalem

Day Three – Saturday, 7 January – Jerusalem

Meals included: Breakfast, lunch, dinner
Mt. of Olives – with panoramic views of Jerusalem, the Holy City, this mount is where the Lord ascended from and to where He will return.
Walk via “Palm Sunday Road
Garden of Gethsemane – at the foot of the Mount of Olives this is where Jesus prayed prior to His crucifixion. There will be time for personal prayer and reflection.
Ecce Homo – believed by some to be the place where Pilate declared ‘Behold, the man!’ John 19:5
Via Dolorosa – the traditional route that the Lord talk on his journey to the cross.
The Church of the Holy Sepulchre – a church built where it is belived Jesus was buried.
The Garden Tomb – an alternative possible site of the crucifixion and burial of Jesus.
Overnight in Jerusalem

Day Four – Lord’s Day, 8 January – Jerusalem

Meals included: Breakfast, lunch, dinner
Temple Mount – visit and explore the site where the temple once stood.
Yad Vashem – the Holocaust remembrance museum. A touching look into the events that shaped the modern nation of Israel.
Knesset – the Israeli parliament building.
Israel Museum – a visit to this outstanding museum with a model of 1st Century Jerusalem and the Shrine of the Book Dead Sea scrolls exhibit.
Lord’s Table in Jerusalem
Overnight in Jerusalem

Day Five – Monday, 9 January – Bethlehem and Hebron

Meals included: Breakfast, lunch, dinner
Bethlehem – visit the city of the Lord’s birth
Gush Etzion
Hebron – see the Tomb of the Patriarchs and learn the history of this biblical town at the Beit Hadassah visitors center.
Overnight in Jerusalem

Day Six – Tuesday, 10 January – Beit El and Shiloh

Meals included: Breakfast, lunch, dinner
Beit El – Bethel – the site of Jacob’s dream in Genesis 28.
Shiloh – visit this ancient city where the Tabernacle once stood.
Ariel – see a replica of the Tabernacle
Overnight in Netanya


Day Seven – Wednesday, 11 January – The Coast and the Galilee

Meals included: Breakfast, lunch, dinner
Caesarea by the Sea – this ancient port city was the location of the house of Cornelius (Acts 10). Paul was imprisoned in Caesarea (Acts 23), and it was here he declared he was not disobedient to the heavenly vision (Acts 26:19).
Mt. Carmel – where Elijah called down fire to prove who the real God is (1 Kings 18:1-40).
Nazareth Village – this re-creation of a first century village gives insight into daily life at the time of Jesus.
Cana – Where the Lord turned water into wine (John 2).
Overnight in Tiberias

Day Eight – Thursday, 12 January – The Golan

Meals included: Breakfast, lunch, dinner
Tel Dan – in this nature reserve, springs feed the Dan River – one of the three sources of the Jordan river. There are also remains of both a Canaanite and Israelite city where an inscription referring to the ‘House of David’ was found.
The Valley of Tears – a visit to the site of a famous battle in the 1973 Yom Kippur war.
Caesarea Philippi (Banias) – this site, at the foot of Mount Hermon is one of the sources of the Jordan River. In Caesarea, Peter received the revelation that Jesus is the Christ and the Lord declared He will build His church (Matt. 16:16-18).
Overnight in Tiberias

Day Nine – Friday, 13 January – The Galilee and Megiddo

Meals included: Breakfast, lunch, dinner
Capernaum – Jesus lived in Capernaum (Matt. 4:13) and conducted a large part of His ministry in and around the town. It was in the synagogue in Capernaum that He declared He was the bread of life (John 6).
Tabgha – recognized as where the Lord performed the multiplication of the five loaves and two fish (Matt. 14) and where He appeared to Peter and the disciples on the sea shore after His resurrection (John 21)
Boat sail on the Sea of Galilee – it was around the Sea of Galilee that Jesus lived and conducted much of His ministry.
Meggido (Armageddon) – at the crossroads of trade and military routes linking Egypt, Asia Minor, and Mesopotamia this area has a turbulent history. Revelation 16:16 states that Antichrist and his armies will be gathered here for war.
Overnight in Jerusalem

Day Ten – Saturday, 14 January – Dead Sea Area

Meals included: Breakfast, lunch, dinner
Masada – a fascinating archeological site set on a plateau, overlooking the Dead Sea, where Herod built his fortified palaces and where the Jewish zealots held out against the Romans.
Ein Gedi – a beautiful oasis of springs and waterfalls in the desert. Ein Gedi is where David hid from Saul in 1 Samuel 23 and 24.
Qumran – explore the site of the discovery of the Dead Sea scrolls – the oldest known Bible manuscripts.
Dead Sea – experience floating in the Dead Sea, the lowest place on earth, and enjoy the benefits of the mineral rich mud.
Overnight in Jerusalem

Day Eleven – Lord’s Day, 14 January – Departure Day

Meals included: Breakfast, lunch, dinner
Overflow Meeting – an opportunity to share your experience and enjoyment from your time in Israel, the good land.
Emmaus – the ancient city where in Luke 24 the Lord broke bread with the two disciples after walking with them from Jerusalem and explaining the things concerning Himself i the Scriptures
Jaffa – walk through the narrow streets of the ancient port city of Jaffa including the house of Simon the Tanner.
Depart for Airpprt or return to Jerusalem for one more night.


Key Facts

Tour Dates

5 – 15 January 2023

Tour Price

Departing Israel 15 January: $1750
Departing Israel 16 January: $1900

Prices per person based on two sharing a room.


  • Ten days and nine nights in Israel
  • Hotel accommodation
  • All meals
  • Professional certified tour guide
  • Fully air conditioned tour bus
  • Unique 150 page tour book – Touring Israel According to the Vision of God’s Economy
  • All tour site entry fees


  • Air tickets
  • Airport transfers
  • Travel insurance
  • Tips for guides, drivers and hotel staff
  • Any costs related to government or airline mandated Covid-19 testing and other Covid-19 related requirements

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