Travel to Israel one of histories most important regions on earth, and the birth place of the three greatest religions of known to man. Israel offers two unique worlds, that of ancient history and ruins, along with magnificent modern world renowned destinations such as Tel Aviv. Explore the Dead Sea the lowest place on earth and one of the new Seven Wonders of the World. Travel through the Negev desert to vacation in Eilat, Israeli’s most popular family destination on the beaches of the Red Sea. On your travel journey to Israel, experience being a pilgrim like millions before you to the golden city of Jerusalem, and enter in the Old City.
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Israel is a must for Christians seeking to connect with the land of the bible. Visit the birthplace of Jesus Nazareth, see Megiddo where the battle of Armageddon will take place, experience the Sea of Galilee and sail where Jesus walked on the water, and where he preached the Sermon on the Mount. Enter Jerusalem the highlight of your tour, and see the Garden of Gethseman the place his apostles abandoned him, Golgotha where Jesus was crucified, pray on the Western Wall, stand on the Temple Mount, and enjoy a panoramic view from Mount of Olives.
Rediscover your Jewish Heritage, experience the culture of your faith and family travel and see Tel Aviv, Cesarea, Haifa, Mount Carmel, Acre, Safed, Joseph Caro & Ha’Ari synagogues, the Golan Heights, Tal-Hai, explore Tiberias, visit the Tomb of Maimonides, tour the golden city of Jerusalem and see the Tomb of King David, Mount Zion, Cardo, Sephardic synagogues, the Jewish Quarter, Western Wall Tunnels, and pray on the Western Wall, see the Davidson center, and visit Yad Vashem.