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Holy Land Tours

Holy Land Tours

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The Church of the Primacy of St. Peter is a Franciscan church situated in Tabgha steps away from the Sea of Galilee, and traditionally marking the spot, of Jesus’ reinstatement of Peter (John 21) after a fish breakfast on the shores of the lake.

For then 3000 years since the time of King David, Jerusalem has been set above from other cities. No other place on earth has been so central to man's dreams and aspirations. No other city is described with so much love and devotion, and no other city has been subject to so much killing and bloodshed.

Qasr el Yahud is a baptism site in the Jordan River Valley region of the West Bank, claimed by the State of Palestine and under Israeli occupation. Because of this the more popular and easier access Yardenit Baptismal Site is where nearly all Christian pilgrims traveling to the region will visit during their Christian escorted tours to Israel.

Israel is a world class destination offering unique archaeological, cultural and religious attractions like no other place on earth and where else can you “walk where Jesus walked.” Those looking to explore and adventure on their Israel tour will find it. The destination provides amazing scenery, desert adventures, scuba diving in Eilat at the Red Sea with magnificent coral reefs, camel rides and horseback riding along desert trails or in the forest of the Galilee.

Located only 18.6 miles from the capital Amman, along the 5,000 year old Kings' Highway, is one of the most amazing places in the Holy Land. After driving past several ancient cities, you’ll come upon Madaba, known worldwide as the “City of Mosaics.”

A truly breathtaking location in the Holy Land is Tabgha, a quiet cove on the northern shore of the Sea of Galilee and the scene of many Gospel stories, such as the Multiplication of Loaves and Fishes (Matthew 14:15-21, Mark 6:30-46, John 6:1-14). Today Christians touring Israel will find the Church of Multiplications that contains a beautiful mosaic of small loaves and fishes, marking the location where Jesus blessed the bread, a celebrated symbol since early Christians marked the site centuries ago.