The Holy Land, a place of pilgrimage where many Christians will journey in their lifetime, offers an experience of Biblical proportions — literally. Here, a people and a nation, whose culture, history and language were recorded throughout the Holy Bible, experienced the epic stories of tragedy and triumph as God chose to unfold His divine plans. The opportunity to lead a group of Christians — to touch and stand in the places where these biblical heroes left their mark in time — brings the thrill of knowing that we can leave our own stories alongside theirs. Come and connect with our Savior as you never have before. Meet Him again, along with those who reckoned with their faith and came to “be still, and know that I am God.” (Psalm 46:10)

Featured Cities

Israel is divided into five touring regions, each featuring landmark sites of distinct cultural and historical significance.

The tour will take your group through sites located across the five touring regions, which include the Sea of Galilee, Capernaum, Mount Tabor, Nazerth, Tiberias, Beit Shean, Banias, Caesarea, Megiddo, Haifa, Acre, Jerusalem (Old and New City), Mount of Olives, Dead Sea, Qumran, and Masada.

Add On Excursion

Your group also can cross the border into Jordan and travle along desert highways to the rose-covered city of Petra built by an early Arab tribe known as the Nabateans. This city is especially famous for its rock-cut monuments and is considered to be one of the most wondrous sites of the ancient world.


Why Israel


The Jewish culture impacted the old and new testaments


The history of ancient Israel has established the foundations of our Judeo-Christian faith and where the world’s major leading religions converge (Judaism, Christianity and Islam)


The Old Testament was originally written in Hebrew


Most major airlines have convienent service routes to/from the country


Known for long, hot, dry summers begining in April thru October


Tourists are safe to travel unless travel alerts advice otherwise


At their leisure, group participants can equally augment their experiences beyond the tour in and around Israel.

Cultural Festivities

Jerusalem hosts year-round music, drama, and art activities on the streets, in concert halls, and at historical sites

Walking Tours

Jerusalem offers walking tours in various parts of the city

Health and Beauty Spa

The Dead Sea is visited by tourists year round for it’s healing properties, as one floats without sinking in the high saline waters and enjoys the therapeutic benefits of the black mineral mud.


Hit the sidewalks of Tel Aviv and catch the action of chic shopping malls, boutiques, and open markets at the Carmel Market in the Yemenite Quarter


Stay overnight at a kibbutz and experience the lifestyle of Israeli agricultural settlements in rural surroundings.