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“Arise, walk through the land in the length of it and in the breadth of it” (Gen. 13:17).

There’s nothing like feeling the land through your own two feet, in fellowship with other travelers along the history-rich you that comes alive in new ways as you walk it the way Jesus, the disciples and the prophets did.

DAY 1 – Ben Gurion Airport – Tiberias

Where you will be met by a Nazarene Tours representative. Transfer to your hotel in Tiberias for Dinner and overnight stay.


Wake up to the evocative Galilee landscape, the backdrop of Jesus’ public ministry. Begin your day with an overview of the lake at the Mount of Beatitudes, where Jesus preached the Sermon on the Mount. Then, as Jesus must have done countless times, you’ll walk down the Mount of Beatitudes to the shore of the Sea of Galilee. Visit Tabgha, to see the famed ancient Mosaic of the Loaves and Fishes, and the place of the miraculous catch of fish and Jesus’ appearance to the disciples after the Resurrection. Your walk now continues to Capernaum. This walk is part of the Kinneret Trail, which rings most of this lake, the most sacred in the Christian world. Stop at the ancient pool known as Job’s Bath. The water is warm and healing powers have been ascribed to it since antiquity. Nearby is Job’s Waterfall, an impressive four-meter-high cascade that flows into the Sea of Galilee. Continue to Capernaum, where your bus will meet you. Visit the ruins of the town, including the synagogue and St. Peter’s house where Jesus taught and performed miracles.

Continue by bus around the Sea of Galilee to the site of the Miracle of the Swine, to visit the beautiful ancient church. Those who wish may climb the ancient monks’ trail up to the hill from which tradition says the herd of pigs, into which Jesus cast out demons, plunged into the lake.

End your day at Yardenit on the banks of the Jordan River, where pilgrims go to be baptized. o/n Sea of Galilee area.


Today begins with a boat ride across the Sea of Galilee and a visit to the famous 2,000 year-old Jesus Boat in its unique museum. Next, it’s on through the fertile Hulah Valley to the Golan Heights and the Nimrod Fortress. After exploring this amazing medieval stronghold with its many nooks and crannies and incredible view, take your first walk of the day, downhill to Caesarea Philippi and the Banias River, the headwaters of the Jordan. There, you will see ruins of Roman pagan temples. It is near this very place that Peter recognized Jesus as the Messiah and Jesus said to Peter, “on this rock, I will build my church.” You will also enjoy a visit to the thundering Banias Waterfall. After lunch, continue to Tel Dan, its ancient biblical walls and other ruins nestled in a beautiful, shady nature reserve, through which you’ll stroll. Visit Dan’s High Place and see “Abraham’s Gate” with one of the oldest arches in the world. O/N Sea of Galilee area.


Today we begin another magnificent day immersed in the Bible with a visit to Mount Tabor and the Church of the Transfiguration. Take a walk from the Cave of Melchisedek to crusader fortifications to more fully enjoy the scripture-rich panorama you’ll get from the roof of the church. Continue to Nazareth, the boyhood home of Jesus. Visit the magnificent Basilica of the Annunciation, marking the site of the annunciation of the Angel Gabriel to Mary, and Mary’s Well.

Then, it’s on to Megiddo, Armageddon of the Book of Revelation, to see the ancient walls, palaces and stables of the Israelite kings and walk through the fascinating millennia-old water system. From Megiddo you’ll journey to Caesarea, on the Mediterranean and visit the ancient port city where Peter converted the first Gentiles and Paul was kept under house arrest before setting sail for Rome. Overnight in Jerusalem.


You’ll spend today taking in the sacred highlights of the Jerusalem. Begin with the inspiring view of the holy city from the top of the Mount of Olives and the sacred Palm Sunday Walk down the Mount of Olives to the Garden of Gethsemane. Enter the Old City through the Lion’s Gate and after visiting the Pools of Bethesda and the Church of St. Anne, begin your walk in the footsteps of Jesus on the Via Dolorosa, starting at the Praetorium and pausing at the Stations of the Cross. Your walk culminates with a visit to the venerable Church of the Holy Sepulchre, marking the site of Calvary and Jesus’ Tomb. Continue through the Jewish Quarter and visit the Western Wall, the most sacred spot in the world to Jews. Overnight in Jerusalem.


It’s back to the Old City today for an exciting birds’ eye view of many of yesterday’s highlights on the Ramparts Walk from Jaffa Gate to Damascus Gate. Continue to the Israel Museum to see the famed Dead Sea Scrolls and the 1:50 scale Model of Jerusalem as it looked in Jesus’ day. Then, enjoy a drive through Ein Karem, the birthplace of John the Baptist to a fine nature walk down the mountain at Sataf, with its spring and ancient agricultural terraces and beautiful vistas of the Judean Hills and the monastery of St. John. Overnight in Jerusalem


After an early start, a fascinating drive through the northern Negev will bring you to Tel Beersheba, once the furthest southern extent of Solomon’s kingdom, where you can still see the amazing ancient walls, dwellings and water system built by the Judean kings, and see the wilderness where God saved Ishmael’s life as he wandered with his mother Hagar. Continue south to walk through the Avdat Valley along a stream surrounded by towering cliffs to the Avdat Waterfall. On your return, time permitting, see the tomb of Israel’s first prime minister, David Ben-Gurion, overlooking the Wilderness of Zin. Continue along the fascinating road down to the Dead Sea, the lowest spot on earth, for overnight.


Your last touring day begins before dawn so you can walk up the ancient Snake Path to Masada and view a magnificent desert sunrise over the Mountains of Moab. Then you’ll tour the famed fortress, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where the Jews made their last stand against the Romans. In the afternoon, your Bible walk of the day takes you through the oasis of Ein Gedi, where David hid from King Saul, to the David Waterfall. Afterward continue north to see the caves of Qumran, where the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered. Overnight in Jerusalem.

DAY 9 - Transfer from Jerusalem to Ben Gurion Airport.

Transfer from your hotel to Ben Gurion Airport for departure. A Nazarene Tours representative will assist you through the formalities.