ITINERARY (Tentative and Subject to Change)

  • Departure day itinerary will vary based on travel arrangements.

  • In order to maximize time at each site, busses may start at different locations within the itinerary. The days you visit the sites below may vary from this schedule.

Thursday, June 20
  • Arrivals

Friday, June 21
  • Galilee is known as the home base of Jesus’ ministry. Most of the ministry and miracles performed by Jesus took place in the Galilee.
  • Nazareth Village will transport you back in time to experience life as it was in a Jewish village in the Galilee over two thousand years ago.
  • Mount Arbel, one of the highest points above the Sea of Galilee, has magnificent views of the Golan Heights and Mount Hermon.
  • Magdala, an ancient fishing village on the shores of the Sea of Galilee, where Jesus’ follower Mary Magdalene lived.
Saturday, June 22
  • The Mount of Beatitudes, the place where Jesus delivered His most famous Sermon on the Mount.

  • Capernaum, the hometown of Peter, where Jesus preached and healed.

  • Caesarea Philippi, also known as Banias, is the location where Jesus asked His disciples, “Who do men say that I am?”

  • Worship at the Sea of Galilee

Sunday, June 23
  • Mount Carmel, the place where the Prophet Elijah challenged the baal priests.

  • Megiddo, the prophesied location of a gathering of armies for a battle during the end times.

  • Caesarea Maritima, the Roman Capital of Judea, from where the Gospel spread to the world.

  • Worship Night

Monday, June 24
  • Qasr el Yahud / Betharaba, the traditional site where John the Baptist baptized Jesus and where Joshua led a new generation into the Promised Land. It is also the location where Elijah was taken up in a chariot of fire.

  • Masada, a mountaintop fortress, built by Herod the Great, is also the site of the Jews’ last stand against the Romans after the fall of Jerusalem in 70AD.

  • The Dead Sea whose shores are 1,378 feet (420 m) below sea level making it the lowest place on the earth’s surface.

Tuesday, June 25
  • Jerusalem, the City of the Great King.

  • The Mount of Olives, where Jesus commissioned His disciples and ascended to heaven after His resurrection.

  • The Garden of Gethsemane, where Jesus prayed on the night of His betrayal.

  • The Herodian Mansion, probably the house of the High Priest's as described in the account of Jesus' trial.


  • Palace of Herod the Great, later used as the Palace of Pontius Pilate and the more authentic site of the Praetorium where the verdict of Jesus was pronounced

  • The Western Wall, a supporting wall of the Temple Mount, built when Herod renovated the Second Temple. It is a place for prayer and national gatherings of the Jewish People.

  • The Garden Tomb, what some believe was the Garden of Joseph of Arimathea. Here is where some believe Jesus died, was buried, and then rose from the dead.

Wednesday, June 26
  • Ancient Shiloh, the place where the Tabernacle stood for 369 years and where the twelve tribes of Israel would come to worship the Lord.


  • The City of David, the biblical Jerusalem where King David lived and ruled for 40 years.


  • The Southern Steps, a flight of stairs that led to the entrance of the Temple. The stairs where pilgrims sang the fifteen Psalms of Ascent (Psalm 120-134), and where Peter preached on the Day of Pentecost.

  • Worship Night

Thursday, June 27
  • Kiryat Yearim, where David went to bring the Ark of the Covenant to Jerusalem, celebrating with sacrifices and songs accompanied by harps, lyres, timbrels, cymbals and trumpets.

  • The Valley of Elah, where David fought with Goliath.


  • Departures



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