Holy Land Tours

A Holy Land tour in Israel ensures a memorable religious experience on your vacation. Not only will you be exposed to the culture and society of this ancient country, you will also an opportunity to visit the many historical sites utilizing one of many biblical tours to Israel.

There is a wide variety of Holy land tours, with multiple options provided by tour groups in their range of destinations and time frames for visiting the sacred sites in Jerusalem and the surrounding areas.

To tour the Holy Land Israel, travelers have options that can range from as few as three days to extended ten-day tours that encompass neighboring Egypt and Jordan. Extended Holy Land tours may also include stops at the Sinai Desert and Red Sea in Egypt, along with Dana Nature Preserve and Mt. Nebo in Jordan.

Another feature of a Holy Land tour in Israel is visiting ancient sites that go as far back as the Neolithic, Iron, and Bronze ages. Archaeology and ancient sites can be a common focus of tours, with stops including the Carmel Caves and Masada, where the ruins of King Herod's fortress remain.

Religious tours are also common; you might tour the Holy Land Israel aboard a replica of a fishing boat from the time of Jesus along the waters of the Sea of Galilee. Tours might also include touring Nazareth, the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem, and Jericho, one of the world’s oldest cities, as well as the Holy City of Jerusalem.

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