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In this section, we'll take you on a captivating journey through the sacred and historically rich lands of the Holy Land. Explore the remarkable cities, sites, and experiences that hold immense significance in Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. From the ancient streets of Jerusalem to the serene shores of the Sea of Galilee, we'll provide you with insights, travel tips, and intriguing stories about these cherished destinations. Whether you're planning a pilgrimage, seeking spiritual inspiration, or simply curious about the region's cultural heritage, our Holy Land Destinations category has something for everyone. Join us as we delve into the heart of the Holy Land, uncovering its deep-rooted traditions, religious landmarks, and the profound connections that make it a unique and sacred place for millions around the world.

On your tour to the Holy Land you will have the opportunity to visit one of the new Seven Wonders of the World in the lowest place on earth (417 meters below sea level) The Dead Sea. Due to the quantity of water that evaporates from the lake being greater than the water that flows into it on a daily basis, the Dead Sea has the highest concentration of salt in the world (340 grams per liter of water).

“Walk where Jesus walked” is never more meaningful in your holy land tour then in Capernaum – referred as Jesus “own town” (Matt. 9:1). In Capernaum sit on the ancient synagogue with a foundation still present, and where Luke writes was built by a centurion whose servant Jesus healed (Luke 7:3-5). Capernaum is where Jesus began his teachings, this is where he taught (Mark 1:21; John 6:59) and made miracles by healing a man possessed by a demon (Mark 1:23-27), and where Jesus raised from the dead the daughter of this synagogue’s leader (Luke 8:49-53).