Israel is a small country and there is so much to see. We will assist you in making plans to visit the sites that you want to visit. The conference includes a half-day visit to sites in Jerusalem. Additional tours will be listed here.
Whatever your interests, archeology, history, religion, enjoying the sun and surf, floating in the dead sea, food, museums, or just hanging out, you will be enchanted with Israel. It is easy to get around this tiny country by public transportation or rental car and there is so much to see.
(If you are like us and like to visit universities, we can give you some advise.)
Some of the highlights include the Jerusalem, with its churches, religious sites for many religions, and its magnificent Israel Museum. Bethlehem is nearby. Visit Masada and then float in the Dead Sea. Like busy cities, visit Tel Aviv and see its nightlife and street art. Visit the Negev by Jeep and see how Israel is reclaiming the desert. Or go north to Caesarea and Haifa. Or west to the disputed areas of Samaria, the east of Jordan.
Christians will want to visit Old Town Jaffa and St. Peter's Church, and Simon the Tanner, the center of early Christians Caesarea Maritima (Acts 9:30 Acts 10:24 -48), Mount Carmel (Muchraka), where Elijah issued his challenge to the False Prophets. Jezerel Valley to visit the town Jesus lived in Nazareth (Luke 1:26, Luke 4:16 Luke 4:29, Matthew 2:23), and enjoy a beautiful view from the top of Mt. Precipice, also known as Mt. of Precipitation, and Mount of the Leap of the Lord believed to be the site of the rejection of Jesus, described by Luke (Luke 4:29 Luke 4:30), we continue to the Church of Annunciation. Visit the Jesus Boat near Kibbutz Nof Ginosar, and in the Golan Heights, the Banias, ancient Ceasarea Philippi (Matthew 16:13 and Mark 8:27) where Jesus said “On this rock I will build my Church.” This is two of the 10 day Christian Tour by IsraelTours.co.