Jesus Alliance Holy Land Tour

From $3,348 USD

Spend 12 days touring the Holy Land!

What’s Included

  • All Inclusive Pricing
  • Breakfast and Dinner Daily
  • Deluxe A/C Motor Coaches
  • Admin. Fees, Entrance Fees, Gratuities & Program Fees
  • First Class Hotels
  • Fuel Surcharges and Gov't Taxes
  • Tips for Restaurant Staff & Hotel Porters
  • Guided Tours
  • International Airfare from NY
  • Live Audio Headsets

*Additional Baggage & Optional fees may apply.


The Itinerary

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  • March 21 & 22 ‐ USA to the Holy Land
  • March 23 ‐ The Galilee
  • March 24 ‐ Cana, Nazareth, Megiddo & Caesarea
  • March 25 ‐ Tel Dan, Caesarea Philippi, Golan Heights, Bethsaida
  • March 26 ‐ Jericho, Qumran & Mount of Olives
  • March 27 ‐ Jerusalem & Bethlehem
  • March 28 ‐ Jerusalem & the Old City
  • March 29 ‐ Masada/Dead Sea Option
  • March 30 ‐ Free Day in Jerusalem
  • March 31 ‐ Jerusalem
  • April 1 ‐ Return to the USA

Your pilgrimage begins as you depart the USA on an overnight flight. You will be welcomed at the Tel Aviv airport by our representative and transferred to your hotel to enjoy dinner before retiring for the night.

Worship as you sail across the Sea of Galilee. Visit Capernaum, center of Jesus’ ministry in the Galilee, and visit the synagogue built on the site where Jesus taught (Matthew 4:13, 23). While here, we'll study Capernaum from the eyes of Matthew the Apostle. See the Chapel of the Primacy, where Peter professed his devotion three times to the risen Christ (John 21). In Magdala, once home to Mary Magdalene, visit a recently discovered first‐century synagogue where we'll aso share communion. Afterwards, we'll visit the ancient gates of the city of Tiberias, the site where Jesus would have entered as He returned from visits to Jerusalem. Recall Jesus’ baptism by John the Baptist at Yardenit and have the opportunity to be baptized in the Jordan River.

Visit the Franciscan Wedding Chapel in Cana, site of Jesus’ first miracle, before continuing on to Nazareth, Jesus’ boyhood home (Matthew 2:23). Look out over Tel Megiddo (Armageddon) to view one of the most important archaeological sites in Israel. Today’s last stop is Caesarea, a center of the early Christians where an angel visited Cornelius, the first Gentile believer (Acts 10), and where Paul was imprisoned for two years before appealing to Caesar. While here, we'll hear Paul's appeal to King Agrippa in the very amphitheater where Paul's defense would have set him free, but for his appeal to Caesar.

At the ruins of Tel Dan, see the altar built by King Jeroboam I (I Kings 12:25‐30) and learn about where the “House of David” fragment from the Firt Temple Period was discovered. Continue on to Caesarea Philippi, where Peter told the Lord, "You are the Messiah, the Son of the Living God!” (Matthew 16:16). A scenic drive along the Golan Heights will give you some beautiful views of Syria and Jordan, as well as, Israel.

As you stop in Jericho to view the ruins of the city conquered by Joshua (Josh. 6:1, 2, 20), in the distance you can also see the traditional site of the Temptation of Jesus (Matt. 4:1‐11).Continue to Qumran, where the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered in 1947. End your day with a group picture taken from the Mount of Olives, where Jesus ascended into heaven (Acts 1:9‐12).

In Bethlehem, visit the cave revered as Jesus’ birthplace and see the Church of the Nativity constructed over the site (Matthew 1:18‐ 25). Gaze out over Shepherds Field before you returning to Jerusalem. Pray in the Garden of Gethsemane and envision the scenes of the night before Jesus’ crucifixion (Matthew 26:36‐44). Continue to Mount Zion to visit the House of the High Priest Caiaphas, where Jesus was questioned the night of His betrayal (Matt. 26:57). Meditate on the events of the Last Supper as you visit the Orthodox location of the Upper Room (Mark 14:12) at Saint Mark’s Church in the Old City, which was the home of the writer of the second gospel. After dinner in an open‐air restaurant adjacent to the walls of the Old City, we’ll visit a little‐known site related to the trial of Jesus. Afterwards, we’ll gather in Christ Church for an evening of worship, prayer and communion.

Walk the Cardo, the ancient main street of the Old City. Explore ancient Jerusalem at the Teaching Steps and the Western Wall. View the Pool of Bethesda where Jesus performed the Sabbath miracle (John 5: 1‐31). Sing a hymn in the Church of St. Anne and experience its rich acoustics. Visit Herod’s Antonia Fortress, and follow the traditional Via Dolorosa ("the Way of the Cross"). At the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, where Jesus was crucified, buried and rose from the dead, take time to reflect on His sacrificial love.

Visit Masada and the Dead Sea. Ascend by cable car to Masada, Herod’s legendary mountaintop fortress that became the last desperate stronghold of the Jewish Zealots against the Romans. You can still look down on the remains of the Roman camps and the siege ramp below. End your day with a dip in the salt and mineral laden waters of the Dead Sea.

Today you have free time to explore Jerusalem on your own. An optional element will be a prayer walk around Jerusalem on the ramparts of the Old City walls in the morning and a visit to the Valley of Elah, where David slew Goliath in the afternoon.

Visit the Friends of Zion Heritage Center, and re‐live the story of Christians who have helped establish the present‐day nation of Israel. Travel to Ein Karem, birthplace of John the Baptist and where Mary visited Elisabeth (Luke 1: 26‐40). Explore the poignant exhibits of Yad Vashem, Israel’s Holocaust Memorial. Visit the Garden Tomb for a time of reflection and our final communion service together.

Return home with new memories of the Holy Land.



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