Tour packages – Recommended Itinerary

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Recommended Itinerary

Program 1: 4 days tour 390 $

DAY

OVERNIGHT

DESTINATION

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Afternoon Flight to Tel Aviv 

2

Jerusalem

Welcome to Israel (early morning)

3

Jerusalem

Trip 1 :Jerusalem Old and New

4

Jerusalem

Trip 2 :Bethlehem

5

Jerusalem

Trip 3: Nazareth, Tiberias and Sea of Galilee

6

Jerusalem

Trip 4:Jericho, Jordan Rover and the Dead Sea

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Free day and shoping ,pick to airport

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welcome back home

Program 2: 5 days tour $ 450

DAY

OVERNIGHT

DESTINATION

1

 

Afternoon Flight to Tel Aviv 

2

Jerusalem

Welcome to Israel (early morning)

3

Jerusalem

Trip 1 : Jerusalem Old and New

4

Jerusalem

Trip 2 : Bethlehem

5

Jerusalem

Trip 3 : Foot Steps of Jesus

6

Jerusalem

Trip 4 : Nazareth, Tiberias and Sea of Galilee

7

Jerusalem

Trip 5 : Jericho, Jordan Rover and the Dead Sea

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Free day and shoping , pick to airport

9

 

welcome back to Kenya

ITINERARY

Afternoon flight to tel aviv - Follow the times on your air ticket

Shalom and welcome home. Welcome to the land of Canaan, to the promised land, to the land of milk and honey, to the land of the prophets, to the holy land, to the land of our Lord Jesus Christ and welcome to the state of Israel which was established in the 14 of may 1948.

"Free Holiday Limited" tour representatives will welcome you at BEN GURiON   International Airport and take you through the immigration and customs process. And drive you to the hotel for check in . Overnight in Jerusalem.

Church of All Nations , Garden of Gethsemane, monumental burial tombs, Kidron Valley, Byzantine Cardo, the Old City. From the Western Wall (Kotel), Via Dolorosa, the Stations of the Cross, Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Yad VaShem Holocaust Museum, tour of the New City of Jerusalem.

We start with a breathtaking overview of Jerusalem. As if in the palm of our hand, we see the Old City and the Temple Mount area spread before us and imagine the Second Temple destroyed in 70 CE and Solomon’s Temple before that, destroyed in 586 BCE.

As we drive along the Kidron Valley we have an excellent view of Mount Olives ,the Garden of Gethsemane and the Church of All Nations as well as of the monumental ancient Jewish burial tombs. We enter the Old City through from Mt. Zion, passing the Armenian Quarter to the excavated Byzantine Cardo. Although this fifteen hundred year old main street of Jerusalem was partially destroyed and unused during the Moslem conquest it had a brief new lease of life during the Crusader period and the excavated Crusader shops are now modern stores.

Continuing through the Jewish Quarter we proceed to the Western Wall (Kotel). This two thousand year old wall is part of the encircling and supporting wall built by king Herod when of the Temple Mount area was enlarged.

As we walk along the Via Dolorosa we join the many pilgrims who are following the Stations of the Cross ending at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the church built over the place of the crucifixion of Jesus and the burial tomb. Originally built in the Byzantine period, it was partially destroyed during the Persians and Moslem conquests and then rebuilt and slightly altered by the Crusaders.

After a short stroll through the market place we exit the Old City and continue to Yad VaShem Holocaust Museum commemorating both the annihilation of six million Jews and those righteous among the nations who endangered their lives while trying to save Jews.

Depart Jerusalem for neighboring Bethlehem (city of bread), birthplace of Jesus (Mat. 2:1) and King David (I Sam 16:1). A short walk across Manger Square brings us to the well-preserved Byzantine Church of Nativity. First built in the 4th century and enlarged in the 6th, the original mosaic floor is revealed through trapdoors in the later floor. Unlike most churches in the Holy Land the Church of the Nativity was not destroyed by the Persian and Moslem conquerors but the entrance was lowered forcing us to crouch as we enter.

If we look carefully we can see the faint Crusader decorations on the columns. Descending to the Grotto of the Nativity we see the star indicating the place of the birth, with the words “Here Jesus Christ was born to the Virgin Mary” in Latin. Opposite are the Manger and the altar dedicated to the three Wise Men. Both the Church and Grotto are Orthodox.

As we exit we pass the small Armenian Chapel of the Kings (Magi) and enter the Crusader Church dedicated to St. Catherine. Once again we descend to the grotto which adjoins the Grotto of the Nativity but is separated from it as this part is Catholic. It is here that St. Jerome translated to Hebrew bible into Latin, the Vulgate. We pause a minute to sing at least one of our favorite Christmas carols.

During the centuries after the expulsion of the Crusaders little was done to maintain the Church of Nativity, which suffered both earthquake damage and a fire. Partial restoration was undertaken during the British Mandate and since 1967 extensive repairs have been carried out under Israeli auspices, Although we do not know exactly where the Angel of the Lord appeared to the shepherds (Luke 2:8-11) we stop at Shepherd's Fields, a tent shaped chapel designed by Antonio Berluzzi and enjoy the panels depicting scenes from the early life of Jesus.

valley of Armageddon , Church of Annunciation , St. Joseph in Nazareth. Cana , Church of the Miracle of the Multiplication, Capernaum, Mount Beatitudes. Tiberius Yardenit where there is the possibility of a baptismal service for participants. Mount Tabor.

After breakfast We travel north along the scenic coastal plain or HaSharon area and then turn eastwards through the plain of Armageddon (Rev 16:16), with a view of biblical Megiddo. (II Ch. 35:20-27) As we make the ascent to Nazareth we briefly stop at the Mount of Precipitation (Luke 4:28-30).

Our first stop in Nazareth is at the beautiful Church of Annunciation built on the site where the angel Gabriel appeared before Mary (Luke 1:26ff). Adjoining it is the Church of St. Joseph, recalling the carpentry where Jesus and Joseph worked.

As we leave Nazareth on the way towards the Kinneret, the Sea of Galilee, we pass Cana, site of the first wonder performed by Jesus, the turning of the water to wine. (John 2:1-12). On the sea front, at the foot of Mount Beatitude, we visit both Capernaum, home of Peter, and the Benedictine Church commemorating the miracle of the Multiplication of the Loaves and the Fish. (Mark 6:30-44)

Continuing along the shores of the Sea of Galilee we recall how Jesus calmed the stormy waters and walked on them. (Mk 4:35-41 and 6:45-52). With the Golan Heights in the background, we pass modern Tiberias, built on the ruins of the city built two thousand years ago and named in honour of the Roman emperor Tiberius.

On the southern end of the Sea of Galilee, at Yardenit, there may be an opportunity for those so desiring to be baptized in the waters of the Jordan River. (Mk 1:9-11) On our return journey we will pass Mount Tabor, site of the Transfiguration (Mat 17:1-9)

From here we drive to Overnight in Jerusalem.

Dead Sea , Jericho, Elisha Spring, sycamore tree in Jericho . You will visit a Mount Temptation and the baptismal site of Qaser el Yahud .

New Exciting Tour to Jericho and Surrounding Area

This unique tour which operated from October to May and takes visitors to locations many tourists overlook. The tour takes you east through the Judean Mountains into the arid landscape of the Dead Sea region. The highlight of this tour is a visit to the “City of Palms”, Jericho which features in several Biblical events including the Battle of Jericho where the city walls were brought down by faith. You will visit all the sites in the itinerary although the order in which the sites are visited may vary.

This tour takes you to Tel Jericho, a 21 meter high archaeological mound where the ancient Biblical city of Jericho once stood. It is an UNESCO World Heritage Site just 2km northwest of the modern city of Jericho. The town grew up around Elisha’s Spring where the soil was fertile and the people could farm and hunt. Archaeological excavations have uncovered 23 layers of ancient civilizations at this site. The earliest civilization dated back to the 10th millennia BC. Highlights of the site include the oldest fortification system in the world and an ancient Neolithic watchtower (c.8000BC). You will also visit Elisha Spring (Ain es-Sultan) which provided the people of Jericho with water, making it possible for them to survive in such a harsh desert climate just 10km north of the salty Dead Sea.

Another stop on this tour is at the Mount of Temptation. On the western face of the mount a Greek Orthodox monastery was built clinging dramatically to the cliffs. This site was chosen in order to be as close as possible to the place where Jesus spent 40 days and 40 nights fasting in the wilderness. It was here that Satan tried to tempt Jesus by offering him the Kingdom of the World in exchange for his faith. On a Jericho tour you will ascend the mount by cable car for a breathtaking views.

Another Biblical site on this tour is Zacchaeus’ Sycamore Tree. The Book of Luke tells us about a time when Jesus visited Jericho and throngs of people came out to greet him. Zacchaeus, a short tax collector wanted to get a better look at Jesus and so he climbed a sycamore tree to see over the people’s heads. You will be able to see, what is believed to be that same Sycamore tree.

Perhaps the most emotional stop on this tour is at Qaser el Yahud; believed to be the authentic site where John baptized Jesus in the Jordan River and also where the Israelites crossed over into the Promised Land. The site is now accessible to visitors who can be baptized here.

This tour comes to an end with some downtime on the shore of the Dead Sea at Kayla Beach. Enjoy the natural therapeutic benefits of the sea’s high concentration of minerals and take an iconic shot of yourself floating on the water reading a newspaper! Overnight in Jerusalem

Our first stop on Mount Olives is the Church of the Ascension. The remains of the original rotunda built around the rock from which Jesus is believed to have ascended to heaven (Luke 24:50-51) and the later Crusader octagonal church and dome are now in the courtyard of a mosque.

At nearby Pater Noster, a Crusader cloister and grotto commemorating where Jesus preached the Lord’s Prayer, (Mat 6:9-14) we see those same words in one hundred and twenty three languages.

Before beginning our walk down Mount Olives we stop for a breathtaking view of Jerusalem, standing above the ancient Jewish cemetery. As if in the palm of our hand, we see the Old City and the Temple Mount area spread before us and imagine the Second Temple destroyed in 70 CE and Solomon’s Temple before that, destroyed in 586 BCE.

Halfway down the mount we stop at Dominus Flevit where Jesus wept as he foresaw the destruction of Jerusalem. (Luke 19:41-44). Designed by Antonio Berluzzi, the windows behind the altar of this small church draw your eyes to the Temple Mount where the Second Temple stood in the time of Jesus.

At the Church of All Nations in the Garden of Gethsemane we recall Jesus praying with the disciples until his betrayal by Judas (Mark 14:32-46)

Crossing the Kidron Valley (the valley of Jehoshaphat) we enter the Old City through the Lion’s gate and visit the pools of Bethesda (John 5:1-9) at the Church of St. Anne stopping to enjoy the wonderful acoustics in the austere Crusader church. In the cellars of the convent of the Sisters of Zion we will see a Second Temple water cistern and will marvel at the engravings on the paving stones of the ancient street, the Lithostratos. Originally thought to have been the courtyard of the Praetorium where Pontius Pilate presided this is now dated to the second century together with the Ecce Homo arch built by Hadrian.

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