Join me on a trip to the Holy Land

Israel Trip 2024

Temporarily Closed
Starting from $3,700
Limited spots

Experience the Bible like never before

If you’re contemplating joining me on the trip to Israel, here are a couple of questions to ask yourself:

  • Have you ever longed to walk where Jesus walked?
  • To see the Garden of Gethsemane where he struggled?
  • To stand in the very place where Jesus preached the Beatitudes?

I’m just imagining what it will be like to stand near the Garden tomb right before Easter!

I believe everyone should have the opportunity to connect with Scripture in a real, tangible way. The organization we’ve partnered with knows the Holy Land better than anyone!

Don’t let anything keep you from taking this opportunity to see the Bible come to life. On this 10-day journey you’ll experience the majesty and reality of Scripture in a way you never have before.

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Baptism in Israel
Israel Wall
Trip Length
10 days
Group Size
50 max
Activity Level
Starting from $3,700
March 19-28, 2024
cars in the desert

What's Included

Air conditioned top of the line tour buses
Experienced guides
4-star hotels
Entrance fees to all sites
Breakfast and dinner each day
Jeep tour through the wilderness
Fishing on the Sea of Galilee
+ more!
*Price is based on double occupancy - If traveling alone, you can room with someone else or pay for a single room (extra cost for private room is $1,500).
You will be responsible for booking your own airfare. The flight information and instructions will be emailed to you when available.
The tour bus will be stopping at restaurants daily but meal costs will vary based on your personal preference.
$200 cash per person will be collected at the orientation meeting on the night we arrive in Israel. This will cover tips for hotel staff, bellmen, front desk, housekeeping, kitchen staff, waiters/waitresses, bus driver, and our Israel tour guide.


Arrival in Israel

Upon arriving in Israel, the group and I will spend the first night at a beautiful hotel on the Mediterranean Sea. The following morning, we will begin the ground portion of the tour by visiting Caesarea by the Sea and Mt. Carmel.

the hills of the Galilee region

While in the hills of the Galilee region, we will experience a boat ride on the Sea of Galilee and visit other amazing sites such as the synagogue in Capernaum, the Mount of Beatitudes, and the Golan Heights. We will stay at a beautiful resort hotel right by the Sea of Galilee for three nights.

the desert

The group and I will make our way to the desert to visit the Dead Sea, Qumran, Masada, Ein Gedi, to get a real feel of desert-life. From there, we will begin our journey to Jerusalem, staying at the beautiful Inbal Hotel.


In Jerusalem, we plan to visit the following places:
Mt. of Olives, Garden of Gethsemane, City of David, Mt. Zion, Jewish Quarter of Old City, Western Wall, Lion’s Gate, Pool of Bethesda, Golgotha, Garden Tomb, the Elah Valley (where David killed Goliath), and more.

*Please note, this is only a partial list of the major sites that we will be visiting. Our schedule for visiting specific places is subject to change due to weather conditions or congestion in certain areas. We will see all of the above sites, but we may adjust the timing of those visits.

**If you have any physical disabilities with walking long distances or hiking, please note that a few sites may be difficult to experience fully.

Important Information


Your passport expiration date must be at least 6 months from the date of our return. If your passport expires within 90 days of our scheduled return date, Israel will not allow you to enter the country. Please check the expiration date on your passport now and apply for a renewal if it doesn't meet the requirements.

Booking information

We will be flying out of JFK (New York City) on a non stop flight. You can also meet us at the Tel Aviv airport if you plan on flying a different airline.

Flight information will be emailed to you once they are released by the airline - typically 350 days prior to departure.

IMPORTANT*** We will be flying out the night of March 19th BUT the flight technically flies out early morning on the 20th and lands in Israel the afternoon of March 2oth. We will fly out late evening the night of March 27th BUT the flight technically flies out early morning on 28th! So just make sure you're booking the correct days!

You will receive an automated email on your payment due date. That email will have a link for you to make your payment. If you would like to make any additional payments before or after a due date please email us at

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Is it safe to travel to Israel?

This is, by far, the most common question asked. Since tourism is one of Israel’s most prominent industries, news agencies and/or people who may be opposed to Israel can paint Israel in such a way as to persuade potential travelers to stay away. The reality on the ground is that it is statistically safer to travel to Israel than it is to travel to some inner cities in the US. And, the most common comment that we receive when the trip is over is that people couldn’t believe how safe they felt in the Holy Land. Obviously, Israel is in the Middle East and the political situation over there will remain tense until the Lord returns*.

*If, for any reason, the U.S. Department of State issues a travel advisory to Israel AND our agents who live in Israel agree, we will reschedule a trip if it is deemed unsafe to travel there due to political tension.
Will there be time to shop?

Yes, upon arrival in Jerusalem we will make time to shop around the Old City and guide you to purchase from trusted dealers if you are interested in purchasing any antiquities.

How much money should I bring?

We recommend carrying no more than $200 cash with you. Most places that we visit will take credit cards and there are also cash machines that will take your debit card and give you shekels (the Israeli currency) in return.

Do you provide travel insurance?

No, we don’t provide travel insurance. We leave that up to the individual traveler if they are interested in obtaining that for themselves. We strongly recommend it and our friends at TravelEx have some affordable policies.

What kind of clothing do you recommend packing?

We encourage people to pack modestly. There will never be a time where you have to ‘dress up.’ While touring, it’s perfectly fine to wear shorts and a t-shirt. Jeans are acceptable everywhere we go. There are some sites that require that everyone wears pants and shirts with sleeves and we will let you know which ones they are so that you can dress appropriately on that day. The most important thing to pack is a pair of comfortable walking shoes as we do a lot of walking in the Land.

Will there be baptisms in the Jordan River?

Yes, we will stop at the Jordan River and those that would like to be baptized will have the opportunity.

What do we do in the evenings?

Each evening is absolutely free. After dinner each evening, you are free to do whatever you’d like.

When in Jerusalem, we’re walking distance from the Old City and when in the Galilee area, we’ll be close to the shore of the Sea of Galilee. You’ll be free to walk on the seashore or walk to nearby Tiberias and experience Israeli nightlife.

What’s the Tour Cancellation Policy?

Payment of $300 per-person deposit is non-refundable

150 days or more prior to tour: 100% total price paid for tour is refunded, excluding the non-refundable $300 per-person deposit

120-149 days prior to tour: 75% total price paid for tour is refunded, excluding the non-refundable $300 per-person deposit

60-119 days prior to tour: 50% total price paid for tour is refunded, excluding the non-refundable $300 per-person deposit

30-59 days prior to tour: 25% total price paid for tour is refunded, excluding the non-refundable $300 per-person deposit

0-29 days prior to tour: 0% total price paid for tour is refunded

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We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to connect with Scripture in a real, tangible way.

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