- Reservation Details
- All entrance fees as per itinerary
- All tours, transfers and sightseeing as per itinerary**
- Government-licensed English-speaking guide
- Meet, assist on arrival/departure in TLV
- Other meals: St. Peter’s fish lunch and a Farewell Dinner
- Porterage at hotels (one suitcase per person)
- Receive upon arrival in TLV: Pilgrim Certificate, map, hat, backpack
- $300 Trip Tips
- *Airport departure taxes and fuel surcharges currently estimated at $762 (subject to change before ticketing)
- Beverage during meals
- Items of personal nature or extra services
- 11 Days In Israel!
- Day 1 MONDAY
- Day 2 TUESDAY
- Day 3 WEDNESDAY
- Day 4 THURSDAY
- Day 5 FRIDAY
- Day 6 SATURDAY
- Day 7 SUNDAY
- Day 8 MONDAY
- Day 9 TUESDAY
- Day 10 WEDNESDAY
- Day 11 THURSDAY
TLC Holyland Tours or its representative reserves the right to change the order of the itinerary based on flight schedules or conditions on the ground.
Depart USA from Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport
Today you will leave the United States on a trans-continental flight to Tel Aviv, Israel.
Arrive TLV | Go to Hotel. have dinner and overnight on the Mediterranean Sea
You will be met by a representative to assist the group through customs and provide transfer to your hotel. You will check in, have a lovely dinner overlooking the Mediterranean Sea and then get a good night’s rest.
Caesarea Maritime | Mt. Carmel | Valley of Armageddon | Megiddo | Nazareth | Arrive on the Sea of Galilee
The day begins with a drive up the coast to the ancient port city of Caesarea Maritime where the ancient harbor, hippodrome and great theatre stand. The events of Acts 12 took place there. Close by you will see the aqueducts built by Herod the Great and then view the Valley of Armageddon from the heights of Mt. Carmel where Elijah slew the prophets of Baal. Descending from there you will visit Megiddo, Solomon’s Ancient chariot city, view Ahab’s water tunnel, cross the entire Jezreel Valley and begin the climb through the lower Galilean Mountains to Nazareth, the childhood home of Jesus. You then go to your wonderful resort on the Sea of Galilee for dinner and overnight.
Sea of Galilee | Jesus Boat | Mount of Beatitudes | Tabgha | Capernaum | Lunch by the Sea | | Migdal | Baptism in the Jordan
When you awake you can walk the shoreline of the Sea of Galilee and watch the sunrise before breakfast. You will enjoy a boat ride and time of worship on the Sea and sail to Nof Ginnosar to view an ancient boat. You will follow the footsteps of Christ as you visit the Mt. of Beatitudes, ancient Capernaum, Tabgha, and then have the opportunity to eat St. Peter’s fish at a nearby restaurant. After lunch if you desire, you may be baptized in the Jordan River. Returning to your resort you can rest, have dinner, walk the shoreline and enjoy a good night’s sleep.
Chorazin | Tel Dan | Bental | Dan Nature Reserve | Caesarea Philippi | Northern Golan Heights
Today you visit the beautiful northern mountains of Israel. A city gate from the time of Abraham is at Tel Dan along with an altar from the days of the divided kingdom. Walking through the incredible nature reserve at Dan you will see waterfalls, lush greenery, and beautiful clear rushing water and the beginnings of the Dan River, which joins other sources to form the Jordan. You will climb to the site of Peter’s confession of Christ at Caesarea Philippi and hear about “the Gates of Hell.” Traversing the Golan Heights you can stand at an ancient volcano, and hike to the top of Bental with a view of Damascus. Today you will become familiar with the strategic importance of the region in ancient times and today. You will retire to your resort on the Sea of Galilee for a final evening, have dinner, walk the shore, and overnight.
arrod’s Springs | Beth Shean | Wadi Qelt | ascend to Jerusalem | Mt. of Olives overlook | Jerusalem, 1st night
This morning you leave the beautiful Sea of Galilee and follow alongside the Gilboa mountain range. You will stop to view the ruins of one of the ten cities of the Decapolis Beit Shan. While not mentioned in the New Testament, it is an Old Testament city and the best preserved Roman city from that period in Israel today. Make a stop at Wadi Qelt before beginning the climb along the ancient path the pilgrims followed, ascending to Jerusalem. Stop on the Mount of Olives for a vast view of the city, then check-in, have dinner, and spend your first night in the city where God put His name...Jerusalem!
Qumran | Masada | Ein Gedi | Dead Sea
Today we descend to the Plains of Jericho then on to the Dead Sea, the lowest spot on earth. We’ll visit the center of the Essenes, Qumran, home of
some of the caves where ancient Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered. We then continue south into the desert where ibex roam at Ein Gedi, David’s hideout from Saul, then on to the mighty fortress Masada, the last stronghold and stand of the zealots against Rome, on the edge of the barren Negev Desert. Masada is a symbol of courage and perseverance for the Jewish people, where 960 Jewish defenders organized their last resistance to the roman conquerors and took their own lives rather than surrender into slavery. Those who wish to do so may swim (float) in the salty waters of the Dead Sea before we begin the ascent to Jerusalem along the ancient path the pilgrims followed, have dinner and spend a second night.
Mt. of Olives | Palm Sunday Road | Garden of Gethsemane | St. Peter
This morning you begin the day at the Mt. of Olives for an introduction to Jerusalem. Ascend the mountains of Jerusalem from Scopus to The Mt. of Olives for an outstanding and breath-taking view of the city across the Kidron Valley to the Eastern Gate. Walking Palm Sunday Road you will see the Chapel of Ascension, Pater Noster and Dominus Flevit. After a visit to the Garden of Gethsemane You visit the house of Caiaphas where Jesus was tried.
The afternoon will take you to the Israel Museum to view the Dead Sea Scrolls and the incredible model of the city of Jerusalem. The day will end at the site that every visitor to Israel must see, Yad Vashem or the Holocaust Museum. This is Israel’s memorial to the 6 million Jews who were put to death by Adolf Hitler and the Nazi regime of Germany during the days of WWII. This is a moving experience that includes a visit to the children’s museum in memory of the 2 million children who were sent to their deaths at the hands of the Nazis. You will return to your hotel for dinner and overnight.
Temple Mount | Pools of Bethesda | St. Anne’s Church | Rabbinical Tunnels | Kotel | Davidson Center | Southern Steps | City of David
This morning you rise early to visit the most sacred place on earth, Mt. Moriah. You will visit the Temple Mount and the centuries-old “Dome of the Rock” built 688 – 691 A.D. Exiting into the Jewish Quarter you will visit the Western Wall and tour the incredible Rabbinical Tunnels. You will visit the Pool of Bethesda where Jesus healed an invalid man and visit St. Anne’s Church. Today you will visit the Davidson Center and see the ancient Roman Cardo, Robinson’s Arch and the ancient Southern Steps. You will end the day exploring the ancient City of David.
Ancient Shiloh | Ecce Homo-Place of the Pavement | Via Dolorosa | Gordon’s Calvary | Garden Tomb | Communion
On day ten you will set out for the last full day of touring. Your first stop will be Ancient Shiloh where the Tabernacle stood for 369 years. It is an unbelievable site. Returning to Jerusalem you will visit the Fortress of Antonia, seat of the Roman Procurator, site of the public trial of Christ, and his condemnation and scourging. Pavement from the day of Jesus reveal the Game of the Kings. You then make your way along the Via Dolorosa and Calvary to the nearby Garden Tomb. You will complete your tour of Israel on the last afternoon at Calvary and the Garden Tomb. You end the day at a delightful Farewell Meeting before dinner, then spend your final night in Jerusalem.
Early morning flight to the USA from Tel Aviv
You will leave the hotel around 3:00 a.m. for Tel Aviv for your early morning flight to the USA.
We pray your memories of this life-changing journey will encourage you to bring your friends and return to Israel with TLC Holyland Tours!
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- A $500 per passenger deposit is required with registration; $175 is non-refundable for any reason.
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a) Passport (must be valid for 6 months from last day in Israel)
2) Health Ins. Card [front and reverse]
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- Full Payment due October 12, 2022.
- Proof of Trip Insurance is required and must be sent to TLC Holyland Tours by September 27, 2022.
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- Reservations not paid in full by due date are subject to cancellation. Registrations received after October 31, 2022 are considered late and will incur additional fees of $150.
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If too few passengers have registered by October 7, 2022, TLC Holyland Tours will pull the tour and refund in full any payments made up to this time.