Western wall tour

Weekly - Arrival in Israel every Sunday

Israel

Weekly Tour packages to Israel for Christian Individuals from South Africa in 2023 & 2024
Optional visit to Eilat & Petra

This tour suites individuals and families, starting in Israel every Sunday, so you can have a flexible date of departure.

Israel is a holy land important to so many and holds the secrets of so many sacred places. So-many-so that you will need a few days in Israel to explore them all and walk where Jesus walked. That’s why our 8-day holy land tour package is all-encompassing and visits all the sacred biblical sites in Israel. You will also experience the beautiful desert landscapes, some authentic Bedouin hospitality, and tantalizing traditional foods.

Other individual tours to Israel we offer including 1, 2 and 3-day tours for those pressed for time or limited to a budget. Just remember; the longer you travel with us, the more you’ll see!

Just some of these sacred Christian sites include Nazareth, Cana, Tiberias, Mount Beatitudes, Jaffa, Jericho and the City of David.

Weekly Israel Tour packages for Individuals

“Walk Where Jesus Walked”. Book your own flights on Elal Israel Airline, Turkish Air, Egypt Air or Ethiopia Air according to your budget. We provide all the land arrangements.

We visit all the sites sacred to Christianity (click on the links below for more information):
Nazareth, Cana, Mount Tabor, Tiberias, Sea of Galilee, Capernaum, Tabgha, Mt. Beatitudes, Baptismal Site at Jordan River, Caesaria Phillipi, Mount Carmel, Megiddo, Caesaria, Jaffa, Ein Karem, Bethlehem, Jericho, Mount of Temptation, Dead Sea, Qumran, Massada, Ein Gedi, Jerusalem, City of David, Siloam Tunnel, Temple Mount, Pools of Bathesda, Via Dolorosa, Ecce Homo Arch, Church of Holy Sepulchre, Room of Last Supper, Garden Tomb, Gethsemane, Western Wall, Old City Walls, Israel Museum & Dead Sea Scrolls, Yad Vashem.

Guides are expert in Christianity history and sites and Christian fellowship is the main ingredient that makes this tour so special and an experience of a lifetime! This Israel tour is truly the ultimate Holy Land experience.

This tour is suitable for all participants older than 6 years.

Please call us for rates rates.

How to book:

  1. Check that your passport is valid for 6 months and at least 2 empty pages. S.A passport holders don’t need a visa to Israel. Neighboring countries and temporary S.A passport holders must obtain themselves a visa from the Israeli consulate Tel: 012-470-3511.
  2. Book your flights. It will be more economical for you to book your flights online on any airline of your choice according to your budget: Elal, Egypt Air, Ethiopia Air, Turkish Air or others.
  3. Fill up the Registration Form (last page of the brochure we will send you) and send it together with your flights details.
  4. Within 2-3 days we will confirm the hotels booking. Deposit is then due.
  5. 60 days prior departure we will send you a reminder for the Final payment.
  6. After your payment of Final Payment we will send you a Letter of Preparations containing all the information you will require for the tour.

1 Day 1 – Sunday

Arrive In Tel Aviv

Arrive in Tel Aviv. Transfer to hotel.

Dinner & Overnight in Tel Aviv (B)

2 Day 2: Monday

Caeseria / Megiddo / Haifa / Acre

Drive along the coastal highway to Caesaria, once a proud Roman port city dating back to the time of Jesus. View the  Roman amphitheater built during the days of Christ and the aqueduct. Continue to Armagedden (Megiddo), overlooking the plains of Armageddon and visit the site of the 21 superimposed cities. Visit the archaeological site including the well-preserved water supply system. Drive to Haifa to view the beautiful gardens at the Bahai Shrine on the slopes of Mount Carmel. Continue to Acre to visit the ancient city and harbor. See Acre Mosque was built by the notorious 18th century Moslem ruler; Jasser Pasha is among the most important mosques in Israel.

Dinner & Overnight in Kibbutz Lavi (HB)

3 Day 3 – Tuesday

Tiberias / Capernaum / Tabgha / Mt Beatitudes / Banias / Golan Heights

After a short tour of Tiberias by the Sea of Galilee, and continue to Capernaum to visit the remains of the 2nd century synagogue. Proceed to Tabgha, where Jesus performed the miracle of the multiplication of the fish and loaves and fed 5000. Near here is the Church of Multiplication with its 4th century mosaic floor. Continue to Mount of beatitudes, here Jesus gave the Beatitudes and taught on many occasions. Here he also performed many of the miracles and delivered the sermon on the Mount. Drive to the Caeseria Phillipi (Banias) springs and waterfalls and ascend the slopes of the Golan Heights.

Dinner & Overnight in Kibbutz Lavi (HB)

4 Day 4 – Wednesday

Nazareth / Bet Shean / Jordan Baptismal Site / Jerusalem

Travel to Nazareth where Jesus grew up. Visit the Church of Annunciation, St. Joseph’s workshop and Mary’s Well. Afterwards, visit Cana, site of the first miracle where Jesus turned water to wine. Next visit to Yardenit Baptismal Site by the Jordan River. Continue to Beit Shean to view the well-preserved mosaic floor and ancient ruins. Drive along the Jordan River and ascend Jerusalem the “eternal city of God”.

Dinner & Overnight in Jerusalem (HB)

5 Day 5 – Thursday

Jerusalem / Old City

Drive up Mount of Olives. Here Jesus prophesized the destruction of Jerusalem and here he was captured by the soldiers of the High Priest and taken to the Romans. Below the slope is Garden of Gethsemane where Jesus was taken captive. We visit the near by Church of All Nations. We proceed to Mount of Zion to visit King David’s tomb and the Room of Last Supper. Walk through the Cardo, the main street of Jerusalem 2000 years ago. View the Temple Mount and the Western Wall. Walk along the Via Dolorosa, where Jesus carried His Cross. Continue to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. We then walk along the colourful Oriental Bazaar. Last visit to the Garden Tomb where some believe Jesus was buried.

Dinner & Overnight in Jerusalem (HB)

6 Day 6 – Friday

Jerusalem / New City / Bethlehem*

Today’s program is dedicated to the new city of Jerusalem. Visit the model of ancient Jerusalem . Continue to Yad Vashem, memorial to the victims of the Holocaust. Continue to Ein Karem, birthplace of John the Baptists. This Spanish style church and Mary’s well is where Mother Mary met her cousin Elizabeth. Proceed to Bethlehem* (subject to security situation today) to visit the Church of the Nativity.

Dinner & Overnight in Jerusalem (HB)

7 Day 7 – Saturday

Dead Sea / Massada

Drive to Qumran, where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found in a cave. There we visit the ruins where the Essenes sought the seclusion of the Judean Desert, where they could follow the Law more closely and wait for the coming Messiah. Drive along the shore of the Dead Sea, the lowest place on earth and ascend Masada by cable car, the last stronghold of the Jews after the destruction of the Second Temple in 70 A.D. Your guide will take us on a fascinating tour of this mountain where 960 Jewish defenders organized the last resistance to the Roman Conquerors.

Dinner & Overnight in Jerusalem (HB)

8 Day 8 – Sunday

Transfer to Ben Gurion airport for a flight back home.

The ultimate Holy Land tours from South Africa 2023 & 2024

Holy Land, Petra & Eilat Tour

Petra jordan tours from South Africa

                                          10 Nights SUNDAY arrival

Please call us for a full brochure with rates.

This tour includes the above:
* Holy Land itinerary
* Travel through the Negev
* 2 nights in Eilat
* Day tour to the Ancient City of Petra
Petra is located near the village of Wadi Musa, which according to tradition is named after the legendary Moses. This is where he hit the rock and water gushed out of it. Miriam, Moses’s sister was buried here and his brother Aron died on Mountain Hor. Petra the capital Nabataean city (312BC) was an important crossroads between Arabia, Egypt and Syria-Phoenicia. It played an important role on the trade route between Egypt and the East. The many earthquakes that hit Petra marked a slow decline for the city. The Arabs conquered the city in 636 but it remained distant from the pilgrim road to Mecca. The Crusaders constructed a fort there in the 12th century and Petra returned to its ancient splendor.

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