Join the Daily Radio Bible podcast community for anexclusive 11 day tour of the Holy Land, from September 5th to 15th, 2023. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to walk in the footsteps of Jesus, visit iconic sites such as the Sea of Galilee, the Garden of Gethsemane, and the Western Wall in Jerusalem. With expert guides, comfortable accommodations, and a welcoming and faith-filled community, this tour promises to be both enriching and unforgettable. Limited spots available, only 15 spots, so don't miss this opportunity and reserve your spot today!
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$3,053 per person - double occupancy.
Now includes 10 nights in hotels and 9 days touring!
Extra nights can be booked with the travel guide.
Receipt and acceptance of registrations will be confirmed via email.
Price Includes LAND ONLY—AIRFARE IS NOT INCLUDED
We will help you make airfare choices if needed. Most people traveling from America will need to fly Tuesday September 5th to arrive Wednesday the 6th in Tel Aviv.
+ Trip is all-inclusive except for airfare and lunches while touring
+ Ten nights hotels
+ 3 nights on the Sea of Galilee
+ Boat ride on the Sea of Galilee
+ 7 nights in Jerusalem
+ All Entrance Fees
+ Gratuities & Tips
+ Portable Listening Devices
+ Amazing breakfast and dinner buffets daily
+ Special Archeological Dig
$1,172 Single supplement for private room. An effort can be made to find a suitable roommate for anyone registering alone, but the supplement will apply if we are unable to do so.
SPACE IS LIMITED we are filling up quickly! A non-refundable deposit of $500 holds your spot.
HOLY LAND 2023 TENTATIVE ITINERARY–subject to change!
"If you, even you, had only known on this day what would bring you peace" (Luke 19:42) Our drive this morning takes us past the Chapel of Ascension and Paternoster to the Mt. of Olives for an orientation view of Jerusalem and the opportunity of a group photograph overlooking Jerusalem. We then walk the traditional Passion walk. We descend to the church known as Dominus Flevit ("Our Lord weeps"). After viewing the Golden Gate, we walk downhill to Gethsemane, where we take time to meditate on the Gospel text and view the Church of All Nations. Next we visit the Upper Room and the Tomb of King David, enter the Zion Gate and proceed to the Steps that entered the temple and the Southern Wall. It was here that Jesus would have taught the disciples. See a video that shows the temple as it was at Herod's (or Jesus') time. "I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people. Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you; he is Christ the Lord." (Luke 2:10-11). We drive south to the region of Bethlehem passing Rachel's Tomb on the outskirts of Bethlehem. We drive to a hilltop for a view of Bethlehem, noting its relation to the rest of the central mountain range, including Jerusalem, as well as to the desert and the area of ancient Moab. This is Herodium, the palace set in a conical mountain built by Herod to mark his tomb. Note the juxtaposition of the two Kings of the Jews: King Herod buried in great opulence and the King of the Jews born in a humble manger in Bethlehem sitting in the background of the Herodium. We then drive to one of the possible sites for Shepherds' Fields. We continue into Bethlehem itself, walking through the restored old town to the Church of the Nativity and visiting the manger and see the cave of St. Jerome. We drive back to Jerusalem for dinner and overnight.
Tue Sept 11th:
Old City, Via Dolorosa, Garden Tomb
“He has risen!” (Mark 16:6) After breakfast we transfer to the Dung Gate, where we walk via the Western Wall, Judaism’s holiest site. We ascend to the Dome of the Rock and the alAqsa Mosque, the third holiest site of Islam, located on the traditional site of the ancient Temple Mount. Here the first and second Temples once stood. Just to the north we find the Pools of Bethesda (John 5) and St. Anne’s Church. The church is perfectly preserved from the Crusader period – with remarkable acoustics. Continuing on we see Pilate’s Judgment Hall, the Chapel of Flagellation, Lithostrotos, and the Arch of Ecce Homo (Behold the Man). We then follow the Way of the Cross (Via Dolorosa) through the bazaars as far as the Holy Sepulcher. From there we walk from the Christian Quarter along the Arab Souks through the Cardo Maximo and past the Armenian Quarter. Continuing to Mt Zion and to the grounds of a church called Peter in Gallicantu, which affords the best view of early Jerusalem from the west. (Here, the Assumptions Fathers suggest, was the house where the High Priest Caiaphas interrogated Jesus). We board our bus to the Garden Tomb where we will end our day with a special visit and the possibility of having a private communion on the grounds outside the city walls. Return to the hotel for dinner and overnight.
Wed Sept 12th:
Jerusalem, Valley of Elah, Dig for a Day
This morning we leave Jerusalem and pass through the Region of Adullom, where David took refuge from Saul, and to the Valley of Elah, the site of David's conquest of the giant Goliath. Our next stop will be at Beit Gurvin where we have the opportunity to participate in a half-day archaelogical dig at Maresha. On our return to Jerusalem we stop at Emmaus, where Jesus appeared to two disciples and walked with them. Return to the hotel for dinner and overnight.
Thur Sept 13th:
Jerusalem, Free Day
The entire day is free to explore this famous city, take any private sightseeing excursions desired, shop or just relax. This evening enjoy a farewell dinner before we transfer to the airport for our flight home.
Fri September 14th
We transfer to the airport for our flight home arranged on our own with unforgettable memories to cherish always. Knowing we have walked in the footsteps of Jesus and the early Christians on such a memorable tour will bring new meaning to our Bible reading.
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