The Galilee - Known as the Galilee of the Gentiles, the northern part of Israel, is where Jesus began His ministry and preached throughout all the synagogues in every town. This part of Israel contains rich history concerning our Lord and Savior. Here he grew up as a child and also called His disciples to minister, here you will find many sites of utmost importance concerning biblical history regarding Yeshua HaMashiach.
Sea of Galilee (lake Kinneret)
Lake Kinneret, deriving from the Greek word kinnor meaning "harp" or "lyre" as is the shape of the lake, is the largest source of freshwater in Israel. Surrounding the lake you will find places such as Tiberias, Caphernaum, Bethsaida, Khorazin, the Jordan River and many more biblical sites. Follow in the footsteps of Jesus and His disciples, learn and see where all the miracles took place and end it all with an awe inspiring boat trip on the sea of Galilee.
Along this vibrant coastline lie the cities of Caeserea, Acre and Rosh HaNikra. Experience the expertise of Herod the Great and how he built the harbor town and it's magnificent palaces in Caeserea. Continue north to Acre/Akko where you will discover secrets of two cities...one above the other! Explore the crusader city as it is still being unearthed along with various other discoveries from different religions and conquerors throughout the ages.
Jezreel comes from Hebrew and means God sows. Along this beautiful and fruitful valley lies the cities of Nazareth, Cana and Megiddo. The Jezreel runs along mount Carmel to the south where you will find mount Gilboa. As you might recognize, a lot of biblical battles were fought in this valley as it is also the ancient trading gateway from the north to the south. Visit Solomon's stables and the mountain of Transfiguration also known as mount Tabor.
Judea and Samaria - From Tel Aviv in the west to the Dead Sea in the east, the central part of Israel consist of mountains that will leave you in awe and wonder. Tour through the Judean mountains to places such as Bethlehem where you will also find the ancient palace of Herod the Great, Jericho and continue to the Dead Sea and baptismal sites of John the Baptist.
This city needs no introduction as it speaks for itself. One of the oldest cities in the world, it is the capital of the Holy Land and of the Jews. Exploring all it's history and hidden secrets will leave you in amazement and awe, from Abraham to Jesus and further to the present day, it's treasures and stories will never fade until it will be replaced one day! Come and explore the old City of David and all it's history regarding Yeshua and His disciples, visit the tomb of the great king David and take a tour to the mount of Olives and the Garden of Getshemane all the way along the Kidron Valley to the house of Caiaphas. Do not forget the Western Wall of the Temple Mount that is still visible today and go on an underground tour through the tunnels along the Wall to discover all it's exciting history.
From Jericho going South you will find the desert way of the Negev. Explore the mountains where they found the Qumran Scrolls and experience the life giving waters at Ein Gedi where David spent his time while fleeing from Saul. Travel along the Dead Sea and stop by Masada to see how Herod the Great constructed a fortress on a mountain with nearly no access to its plateau. Take a swim at Ein Bokek and make your way to Eilat where can enjoy the relaxation of the Red Sea.
Above are some examples of places to see in Israel, from the north to the south, this might help you to plan your trip to Israel and visit the places you haven't seen yet. Our custom tours provide exactly that, choose the places you wish to see and we will calculate an organised tour route that we will take you on, an adventure you'll never forget.