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Join us to an amazing, inspiring, life-changing experience to the Holy Land. Here are just a few of the places and holy sites you’ll visit during our Signature Where it All Began 15 day Holy Land Tour to the Land of the Bible.

  • Cairo the capital of Egypt and the birthplace to one of the greatest civilizations of the ancient world is also home to one of the Seven Wonders of the world, The Great Pyramids of Giza.
  • Pyramids of Giza visit and experience one of the Seven Wonders of the ancient World none more impressive and one of the greatest architectural feats in human history.
  • Great Spinx the largest monolith statue in the world, and the the oldest known monumental sculpture, and is commonly believed to have been built by ancient Egyptians of the Old Kingdom during the reign of the Pharaoh Khafra.
  • Egyptian Museum the Egyptian Museum in Cairo contains the world's most extensive collection of pharaonic antiquities; no visit to Egypt is complete without a trip through its galleries.
  • Old Cairo the City’s cultural landmarks that span three millennium of Egyptian history. Old Cairo is the home of Cairo's Coptic Christian community which traces it's roots to Saint Mark the Apostle in 42 AD.
  • Coptic Cairo is a part of Old Cairo which encompasses the Babylon Fortress, the Coptic Museum, the Hanging Church, the Greek Church of St. George and many other Coptic churches and historical sites.
  • Hanging Church is one of the oldest churches in Egypt and is named for its location above a gatehouse of Babylon Fortress.
  • Saints Sergius and Bacchus Church is traditionally believed to have been built on the spot where the Holy Family, Joseph, Mary and the infant Jesus Christ, rested at the end of their journey into Egypt.
  • Mt. Sinai the mountain where God gave laws to the Israelites, and where the golden calf was forged (Exodus 32).
  • St. Catherine Monastery at the foot of Mt. Sinai the oldest working Christian Monastery, and where it’s believed God appeared to Moses in the form of a burning bush (Exodus 3).
  • Aqaba is Jordan's window to the Red Sea. Historically the same city as Eilat on the Israeli side of the border. In biblical times, Israelites passed by the area during their wilderness journey (Numbers 33-35). Today it offers a relaxed small-sea-town atmosphere popular for local getaways and a destination stop to or from Israel and Jordan or Egypt.
  • Petra one of the world’s greatest archaeological sites -the 2,000-year old city known as the red rock city. It was the ancient capital of the Nabateans from the 3rd century BC to the 2nd century AC. Carved by the Nabataeans out of solid rock.
  • Amman is the capital and most populous city of Jordan. It is the country's political, cultural and commercial centre and one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Atop Jabal al-Qala’a hill, the historic Citadel includes the pillars of the Roman Temple of Hercules and the 8th century Umayyad Palace, known for its grand dome. Built into a different downtown hillside, the Roman Theater is a 6,000-capacity, 2nd-century stone amphitheater offers occasional mdern events.
  • Madaba an ancient town in Jordan known for its 6th-century mosaic map of the Holy Land in the Greek Orthodox Church of St. George.
  • Mt. Nebo from where Moses viewed the Promise Land, and believed to be the site of the tomb of Moses.
  • Tel Aviv ('Hill of Spring' in Hebrew) in biblical times the area was known as Joppa, where Jonah flees from the Lord and was later swallowed by a huge fish (Jonah 1). It is not until the prophetic return to Zion in the late 19th century the nearby area of Joppa is settled and the city of Tel Aviv is founded.
  • Old Jaffa (Joppa) where cedars from Lebanon arrived to build Solomon’s Temple (2 Chronicles 2:16). Where Peter came from Lydda to raise Tabitha from the dead (Acts 9:36-42), and where the apostle stayed at the house of Simon the Tanner.
  • St. Peter's Church situated in Old Jaffa, marks the traditional site of Peter’s vision of the Great Sheet (Acts 10:9-16).
  • Caesarea (Acts 9:30 Acts 10:24-48) the center of early Christians, and today an impressive archeological site. Built by King Herod, this is where Paul made his defense before Festus before his final journey to Rome (Acts 25-26).
  • Mount Carmel where Elijah issued his challenge of the False Prophets (1 Kings 18:16-24).
  • Meggido (Joshua 12:21, 1 Kings 9:15, 2 Kings 23:29 & Revelation 16:16) the site of Armageddon (Revelation 16).
  • Nazareth (Luke 1:26, Luke 4:16, Luke 4:29 & Matthew 2:23) the childhood home of Jesus.
  • Mt. Precipice believed to be the site of the rejection of Jesus (Luke 4:29 Luke 4:30).
  • Church of Annunciation the church and site that celebrates the news from Gabriel that Mary would give birth to Jesus (Luke 1).
  • If time permits see Cana of Galilee where Jesus performed his first public miracle, turning water into wine at the wedding feast (John 2:1 John 2:11).
  • Magdala, known as the home of Mary Magdalene. Here we’ll explore the ruins of a first century Jewish town where a synagogue from the time of Jesus’ ministry was found.
  • Sea of Galilee where the Lord calmed the storm (Luke 8:22-25), and where the dramatic miracle walking on water (Mark 6:47-52) took place.
  • Tiberias today the capital of Galilee, was established around 20 CE by the Romans, and named after the second emperor of the Roman Empire, Tiberius. Tradition hold that the city is built on the site of the biblical city of Rakkath (Joshua 19:35).
  • See the Ancient Jesus Boat, remains of a 2,000 year old boat that was used at the time of Jesus and his disciples located at the Kibbutz Nof Ginosar.
  • Banias by ancient Ceasarea Philippi (Matthew 16:13 Mark 8:27) where the Lord said “On this rock I will build my Church” (Matthew 16:18).
  • Yardenit on the Jordan River where believers celebrate and some take the opportunity to submerge themselves in the same waters the Holy Spirit descended like a dove from heaven when Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist (Matthew 3:13-17).
  • Mount of Beatitudes (Matthew 5, Matthew 6, Matthew 7, Matthew 8) where Jesus preached the Sermon on the Mount, see the famous Church of the Beatitudes chapel.
  • Tabgha the site of the Feeding of the 5,000 and Primacy of Peter (Matthew 13, Mark 33, Mark 45, & John 21), see the Church of Multiplication.
  • Capernaum (Matthew 4:13, Matthew 13:54, Matthew 17:24, Luke 7, Mark 1:2, John 4:46 John 4:54) the center of the Lords ministry, and where he preformed many miracles, and it's in Capernaum where Peter’s mother-in-law lived and was healed (Luke 4:38-40).
  • Beit She'an (Mark 5:20, Mark 7:31), view the impressive archeological site. It was here that after defeating Saul and his sons on Mount Gilboa, the Philistines hanged their bodies on the walls of Beth Shean (2 Samuel 21:12-14).
  • The Dead Sea- where you’ll have an opportunity to swim and float on the Dead Sea the lowest place on earth.
  • Masada the 1500 feet mountaintop fortress famous for being the last stronghold of the Jewish rebellion against the Romans.
  • Ein Gedi, an oasis in Israel where David hid in a cave when running from Saul (1 Samuel 23).
  • Qumran where a cache of ancient biblical texts the Dead Sea Scroll were discovered.

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My mother and I went on the "Where it All Began" Holy Land tour to Egypt, Jordan, and Israel and had the trip of a lifetime.

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This tour was very well run. It was our first time to Israel and we felt very safe and taken care of. Thank you so much for a great tour to the Holy Land.

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