Holy Land Sites

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The Holy Land is a magnificent place of awe an wonder. This wonderful place in Israel is full of history, culture, and biblical accounts of truth and miracles. Our Lord Jesus Christ spent much of His life throughout the Holy Land. Our Holy Land Sites tours allow you to visit many biblical places throughout the Holy Land. You will enjoy visiting Jesus’ birthplace, the places of His ministry, and the places where miracles occurred.

The Holy Land is an amazing place to visit and tour. Our tour guides will lead you safely through the history and culture of Israel. Many people fall in love with the Holy Land and desire to visit again and again. Our preplanned multiple day tours and single day tours put some of these sites together by region. This allows tourists to see as much as possible in the given amount of time. If there are specific sites that you wish to see, please contact us and we would be happy to set up a customized tour for your vacationing enjoyment!

Holy Land Tour Sites:

Akko (also known as Acre) was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2001. The Mediterranean Sea washes up against the glorious sandstone walls of the beautiful old city of Akko. Akko is a must see when touring Israel. This magnificent city has been standing for centuries…

 

 

Beit Jala means “grass carpet” in Aramaic, and is one of the oldest cities in existence in Holy Land. Beit Jala sits just a few miles from the Church of Nativity in Bethlehem, which is believed to have been the birth place of Jesus Christ…

 

 

 

Beit Sahour is known as “The City of The Shepherd’s Field.” Beit Sahour is primarily a Christian community and the inhabitants of this city readily share their faith with others in the community and with tourists alike…

 

 

 

Bethlehem is the birth place of Jesus Christ and is a huge tourist spot at Christmas. Bethlehem is home to Church of Nativity, Field of Boas, Bethlehem Peace Center, Basilica, Manger Square, Milk Grotto, Nativity Grotto, Solomon’s Pools, St. Catherine’s, St. Jerome’s Grotto, St. Joseph Grotto, The Separation Barrier, Mar Saba Monestery, and The Old City…

 

 

Caesarea is located about half-way between Tel Aviv and Haifa on the Mediterranean Coast near Hadera. The city was originally built by Herod The Great several years before Christ. At that time, the name of the city was Caesarea Maritima…

 

 

 

Cana of Galilee is mentioned in the New Testament of the Bible. It is believed to be the place where Jesus performed His first miracle of turning water to wine at a wedding. Cana is also mentioned in the Gospel of John a couple of times…

 

 

 

Eilat is the only city resort destination located on the Red Sea in Israel. Eilat appeals to tourists looking for an upscale and unique vacationing experience and tour package that cannot be gotten in either of the competing cities…

 

 

 

Ein Karem is a quaint little town is nestled in the southwest hills of Jerusalem. John the Baptist was born and raised in Ein Karem. This little town is also where Elizabeth “felt life” for the first time, and met her kindred friend Mary…

 

 

 

Haifa is home to many tourist attractions. One of the biggest attractions is the Bahá’í World Centre and its surrounding golden-domed Shrine of the Báb, with magnificent gardens. In 2008, the Bahai gardens were designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Other tourist attractions in Haifa include Mount Carmel national park, which is home to caves where some of the first human remains were found. It is also home to The Cave Of The Prophet Elija…

 

 

Hebron dates back more than 700 years before Christ. It is believed that Abraham went to Canaan in about 735 BC and then settled in Hebron.  Hebron is considered the second holiest city by Judaism, following Jerusalem. Hebron is also considered a holy site by the Muslim population, due to its historical significance with Abraham. Traditionally, Hebron has been considered one of the “four holy cities of Islam”…

 

 

Herodion is a fortified mountain, built by King Herod, and named after him. Herodion Mountain is located on the border of the Judean desert, just a few miles east of Bethlehem…

 

 

 

 

Jaffa’s biblical link is with the story of the prophet Jonah. Jaffa is mentioned in the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament) four times in the books of Jonah, Ezra, and Joshua.  Jaffa is believed to be one of the oldest Holy Land cities. There are many amazing Christian, Jewish, and Islam sites to tour in Jaffa.

 

 

Jericho is a city filled with archeological wonders, a vast amount of history, and amazing culture. It is a wonderful place to visit. It will bring much insight and enjoyment to any Holy Land tour…

 

 

 

Jerusalem is located in the Judean Wilderness between the Dead Sea and the Mediterranean Sea. Jerusalem is considered a Holy City to the Abrahamic religions of Judaism, Christianity, and Muslim.There are several Holy Land sites located in Jerusalem.  Several of our multiple day tours and one day tours stop in Jerusalem…

 

 

Masada is a remote fortress type location on the eastern edge of the Judean Dessert. Masada overlooks the Dead Sea. It is most well known as a historical war site. It is believed that Herod The Great built Masada sometime between 37 and 30 BCE…

 

 

 

Mount Moriah is most famously known as the place where Abraham prepared his son Isaac to be a sacrifice to God. Mount Morah has significant history in the Old Testament and is considered a Holy Land site for this purpose. The area believed to be the biblical Mount Moriah has much beauty and splendor to offer its visitors…

 

 

Mount Zion is a location in Jerusalem that was a Jebusite fortress known as “the stronghold of Zion.” This location was overtaken by King David and renamed The City Of David. It was the site where King David built his palace…

 

 

 

Nablus is located on the West Bank, approximately 40 miles from Jerusalem. The current population of Nablus is over 125,000 people. It is located between Mount Gerizim and Mount Ebal. Nablus is considered a cultural and commercial center in Holy Land…

 

 

 

Nazareth is most famously known as the childhood residence of Jesus. As such, Nazareth is a huge Christian Pilgrimage site and there are wonderful cultural, historical, and biblical places to see and visit. Nazareth is home to over 20 churches and monasteries. Some of the most popular places to visit in Nazareth include Church of the Annunciation, Mary’s Well, and The Jesus Trail. The Jesus Trail connects many of the most popular sites in Nazareth…

 

 

Netanya is located in the Northern Central area of Israel, and is considered the capital of the Sharon Plain. Netanya is located about 18 miles north of Tel Aviv and 35 miles south of Haifa. Netanya is an extremely popular tourist spot due the the magnificent sandy beaches and pristine beautiful water. The beaches of Netanya stretch about 9 miles…

 

 

Petra was established around 6th century BC and is famous for its magnificent rock cut architecture and water conduit systems. Petra is located in the large valley that runs between the Gulf of Aqaba and the Dead Sea. Petra is located on the slope of Mount Hor on a basin in the eastern flank of Arabah. In 1985, Petra was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Our  Petra Overnight Tour is a fabulous way to see this entire region…

 

 

Sinai is the only region in Egypt that is located in the continent of Asia versus Africa. The the Sinai Peninsula serves as a land bridge between the two continents. Over the past several years Sinai has become an extremely popular tourist destination due to the magnificent natural habitat and views, the astonishing coral reefs, and the rich biblical history. Our  Sinai One Day Tour is a magnificent way to see this glorious region and take it all in…

 

 

Taybeh is located on the West Bank, less than 10 miles northeast of Ramallah and about 20 miles north of Jerusalem. Taybeh is the last completely Christian community on the West Bank and the population is about 1,500…

 

 

 

Tel Aviv is now officially Tel Aviv-Yafo. This is the second most highly populated city in Israel with over 400,000 residents. Tel Aviv-Yafo covers over 20 square miles. This gorgeous city is located in west central Israel on the Israeli Mediterranean Coastline…

 

 

 

The Dead Sea earned its name because of the saltiness of the water. It is several times saltier than the ocean and most plant and animal life is unable to survive in the water. The Dead Sea is also located at the lowest point on Earth. This magnificent body of water is said to have many healing properties and people travel from all over the world to take a dip in these waters…

 

 

Tiberias is located between the shore and the hills of the Sea of Galilee. This amazing cultural and historic city was born about 2000 years ago. The city was named in honor of Emperor Tiberias in 20 CE. Tiberias is considered one of Judaism’s 4 holy cities along with Jerusalem, Safed, and Hebron…

 

 

 


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