Pilgrimage in The Holy Land
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Pilgrimage in The Holy Land
Walk in the Footsteps of Jesus

What better way is there for you to connect with God on a more meaningful level than a visit to the Holy Land where it all began?

If you have heard the Gospel of Jesus' life and ministry stories in church all your life, isn't it time you walked in His footsteps and joined us for a specially designed pilgrimage tour.  We will travel through the Galilee, visit the Church of the Annunciation, Capernaum, see where the miracle of the Multiplaction of Loaves and Fish took place and walk through the cobbled streets of Jerusalem to the Garden of Gethsemane and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. 


Could there be a better time than now for you to enrich your soul by bringing the Gospel to life?

With G.U.Y. Tours you you can experience the spiritual magic of this ancient land at your own pace.
We will provide you with individualized service and attention.  This includes the finest lecturer-guides, small groups, luxury vehicles, and the freedom to tailor your trip to reflect your own particular interests.

Upon your arrival to Ben Gurion airport, you will be met by our representative who will transfer you to your hotel in Tel-Aviv. Dinner and overnight in Tel-Aviv.
After breakfast, depart your hotel and travel to the ancient port of Jaffa (Joppa in the New Testament), which dates back to biblical times and is one of the oldest cities in the world. Since antiquity, the port of Jaffa was Jerusalem's outlet to the world, and it was from here that Jonah set sail on the voyage where he was swallowed by the whale. We will walk along the picturesque harbor where Jaffa oranges were once exported and through the charming artist's colony with its many art studios, galleries and coffee shops. We will stop to visit St. Peter's Church where Peter saw the vision of the clean and unclean animals and where he brought back to life the young woman Dorocas/Tabitha (Talitha Kummi ). From there we will continue to the observation point overlooking the white city of Tel Aviv ("Hill of Spring") and enjoy a ride through the main streets up to Yitzhak Rabin square. Departing Tel-Aviv, we head north along the coast of Sharon to Caesarea Maritima, once the capital of the Roman Empire in Judea. It was here where St. Paul was imprisoned and where Cornelius the Roman soldier was baptized. Visit the 2000 year old amphitheater, beachfront aqueduct, and walled Crusader city with its many restaurants and shops. We continue north along the coast to Mount Carmel and visit the church built over the site where Elijah the Prophet had the contest with the false prophets of the Baal. Enjoy the breathtaking view of the valley of Armmagedon and then continue on to Tiberias and the Sea of Galilee for dinner and overnight.
Start the day with a boat ride across the Sea of Galilee. We will sail to Tabgha where we will visit the Church of the Multiplication of Loaves and Fishes where Jesus multiplied 2 fishes and 5 loaves of bread to feed 5000 of his followers. From there we will continue to the Mount of Beatitudes where Jesus preached the famous Sermon on the Mount. We will explore Capernaum, located on the shores of the Sea of Galilee and considered to be the center of Jesus' ministry. It was here where Jesus gathered his first disciples, walked on the water, preached to the masses, and performed many of his miracles. On the site we will see the ruins of an ancient synagogue from the 5th century and the ancestral home of St. Peter. Now drive along the eastern shores of the lake and pass by Gadarene where the the Miracle of the Swine took place to the baptismal site of Yardenit, where the Jordan River separates itself from the Sea of Galilee. At this site it is possible for one to renew their Baptism vows. From here we will drive back to your hotel in Tiberias for dinner and overnight.
Depart Tiberias to Mount Tabor the site of the transfiguration ( Matthew 17 ) and drive through the hills of Galilee. Your journey takes you to Nazareth where we explore the Basilica of the Annunciation, it was on this site where the Archangel Gabriel announced to Mary that she would be the mother of the Messiah. Outstanding mosaics of the Madonna and Child cover the walls on the second floor. Next see the Church of St. Joseph built over chambers that housed the Carpentry shop. Walk through the Bazaar of Nazareth and drive by the white stone fountain known as Mary's well. Next drive through the town of Cana where Jesus performed his first miracle of turning water into wine. Now drive south along the Jordan valley to Jericho, the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world and view the archaeological ruins dating back to the Stone Age. Pass by the Sycamore tree that Zacharia climbed in order to see Jesus. Depart Jericho and ascend the hills of the wilderness of Judea passing by the Inn of the Good Samaritan to Jerusalem. Dinner and overnight in Jerusalem.
Our tour of Jerusalem begins at the summit of the Mount of Olives, where you will enjoy a breathtaking view of the walled Old City, and the Temple Mount with golden domed mosque. We will drive to the Chapel of Ascension, the last place were Jesus was seen on earth and from there on to Pater Noster, the site where Jesus taught his disciples the Lord's prayer. Descend the Mount of Olives by foot along the Palm Sunday route to visit the church of Dominus Flevit where Jesus wept over Jerusalem. We continue on to the Garden of Gethsemane the site where Jesus was arrested and see the Church of Agony known also as the Church of All Nations. Now drive along the Kidron Valley and see the monuments of Absalom and Zachary. Explore the Church of St. Peter in Gallicantu on Mount Zion where Jesus was betrayed by Peter. Then we will visit the room of the Last Supper and tomb of King David and on to the Church of Dormition where Mary fell to eternal sleep. We will head back to the hotel in Jerusalem for dinner and overnight there.
Today we Explore the Old City of Jerusalem. Your walking tour of the Old City of Jerusalem starts at the Dung Gate, where we will visit the famous Western Wall, the holiest site in the Jewish world. It is believed to be the only remains of the Second Temple in Jerusalem. Known as the Wailing Wall, it was the place where Jews traditionally gathered to mourn the destruction of the Temple. The Wall was originally constructed during the reign of King Herod the Great in 20 BCE. We will ascend the Temple Mount (Mount Moriah) to see the Dome of the Rock, which is believed to have been constructed over the site where Abraham offered Isaac up as sacrifice and where the Second Temple once stood. From here we continue on to Al-Aksa Mosque, the third holiest site in Islam. We continue our tour at the Pool of Bethesda, where Jesus healed the man who was unable to walk for 38 years (see John 5) and from there to the Church of St. Anne. We walk to the Church of the Flagellation where Jesus was scourged and mocked and from there to the Church of Condemnation the Praetorium where Pontius Pilate condemned Jesus to death. Then walk through the Arab Bazaar to the Via Dolorosa with its 14 stations believed by many to be the route that Jesus followed as he carried his cross to Calvary. Visit the Church of the Holy Sepulchre on the Hill of Golgotha, which marks the site of Jesus' crucifixion, burial, and resurrection. In the afternoon we drive to Bethlehem to visit the Church of Nativity which is built over the grotto marking the site where the Jesus was born. We return back to the hotel in Jerusalem for dinner and overnight there.
As we head east to the Dead Sea, we descend 3600 feet towards the lowest point on earth. To our north, we will pass by Jericho, the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world and drive through beautiful desert landscapes as we head south past the Qumran Caves. In 1947, the Dead Sea Scrolls, the oldest known biblical manuscripts in the world, were discovered in these caves by a Bedouin shepherd. Drive along the shores of the Dead Sea to Masada, one of the most spectacular archaeological sites in Israel. We will ascend by cable car to the top of the fortress built by Herod the Great. In 73 CE, towards the end of the First Jewish-Roman War, 967 Jewish Zealots were besieged there by 10000 Roman soldiers. As the Romans surrounded the fortress, Ben Yair, the leader of the rebels delivered his famous speech: "Let our wives die unabashed, our children without knowledge of slavery...Let us die uneneslaved by our enemies and live this world as free men in company with our wives and children." Before the Romans could breach the rebel defenses, the rebels took their own lives, thus robbing the Romans of their victory. Explore these magnificent and ancient ruins, including Herod's palace, the synagogue, the bath, the defending walls, and Roman siege ramp. In the afternoon, you will have the opportunity to experience the sensation of floating upon the waters of the Dead Sea. Return to Jerusalem for dinner and overnight there.
Depending on the time of your departing flight, you will have some free time and then transfer to the airport for your departure.

Duration: 8 Days

- Tel-Aviv: 1 night.
- Tiberias or Galilee: 2 nights.
- Jerusalem: 4 nights.

The Tour Includes:
- Meeting and assistance upon arrival.
- Transfer from airport to Tel-Aviv
- Latest model of a/c tourist coach.
- Licensed, English speaking Lecturer-guide.
- All entrance fees including: boat ride on the Sea of Galilee and Masada cable-car.



Float on The Dead Sea
The Western Wall
Mount Tabor