Experience the
Land of the Bible

Experience The Holy Land

  • Passover in Israel- What you should know if you are visiting during the Holiday and The Priestly Blessing

    Passover is traditionally one of the three holidays on which Jews made a pilgrimage to Jerusalem during the periods of the First and Second Temples

  • Things you should know before you baptize in the Jordan River

    The baptismal site “Yardenit” on the Jordan River is a must-visit place for any visitor or pilgrim.

  • Wadi Qelt

    The wadi itself is good for travel only for those out for a pleasant day hike. In ancient times, people made their way on the route above. Some of the biblical events which likely occurred on this route include: David’s flight from Absalom (2 Sam 15-16), Zedekiah’s flight from the Babylonians (2 Kgs 25:4), the story of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10:25-37), and Jesus’ travels from Jericho to Jerusalem (e.g., Luke 19:28).

  • Nazareth

    Nazareth is the largest city in the North District of Israel. Nazareth is known as "the Arab capital of Israel”, the population is made up predominantly of Arab citizens of Israel, almost all of whom are either Muslim (69%) or Christian (30.9%). In the New Testament, the city is described as the childhood home of Jesus, and as such is a center of Christian pilgrimage, with many shrines commemorating biblical events.

  • Yardenit Baptism Site

    Yardenit is the unique and registered site of baptism for Christian pilgrims, at the place where the Jordan River flows out of the Sea of Galilee and into the Dead Sea.

  • Tel Megiddo

    On a hill in Jezreel Valley, near the town of Afula you can find one of the most important archeological sites in Israel from the time of the Bible; Tel Megiddo.

    So undisturbed, with an elegant appearance of a national park, you can wander the pathways with no clue of the intensive process that this land has been through since antiquity; Megiddo is mentioned in Egyptian writings, and is forecast to be the site of Armageddon in the Christian Book of Revelations. Recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2005, the impressive remains of several civilizations draw many visitors and pilgrims.


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