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Holy Land Tours

Holy Land Tours

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Visit the ancient village of Ein Karem during a Christian group tour of the Holy Land, the birthplace of John the Baptist (Luke 1:39-80). Today Ein Karem is home to many churches and monasteries welcoming over 3 million visitors per year whom enjoy the surrounding beauty and groves, located in one of Jerusalem’s most picturesque neighborhoods with charming stone houses and stone walkways. 

Travel to the Holy Land and visit the Sea of Galilee Boat, known as the Jesus Boat, an ancient fishing boat from the time of Jesus, and for Christians the boat is one of the most precious and meaningful archaeological discoveries in the world. 

The Church of All Nations also known as the Basilica of the Agony for its official name is a Roman Catholic Church which will be visited during our Holy Land trip located on the Mount of Olives, next to the Garden of Gethsemane. The church enshrines a section of bedrock where is said Jesus prayed before his arrest (Mark 14:32-42). 

Among all the variety of group tours available in Israel, there is a unique option to build your own tour and customize a private Holy Land trip to Israel visiting, touring, all around the country with a private tour guide in the convenience and comfort of a private car. This tailored made way of touring is ideal for couples, families, and small groups. 

The Pool of Bethesda is a pool of water located in today’s Muslim Quarter in Jerusalem that you will visit during your Christian tour to the Holy Land, on the path of the Beth Zeta Valley, and it is celebrated as the place Jesus performed one of his most famous miracles, the healing of the paralytic at the Bethesda Pool (John 5:2-9).

Christian traveling to the holy land and international travelers come to Israel for many reasons, including faith, tourism, business, medical treatments, and temporary work. The type of visa’s are defined by Israeli immigration laws, and relate to principal purposes of travel. Note that a visa does not guarantee entry into Israel.