CONSIDER THESE FANTASTIC OPTIONS

 

Bar–B-Que – in the desert

Crawl – in caves, search for pottery and unearth fascinating facts about life in ancient times

Fly – in a small plane over Israel for a heavenly bird’s eye view of the Holy Land

Hospitality – in Abraham’s tent on the edge of the desert

 Join – an archaeological dig

 Meet – with residents of Israel

 Participate – in marches, races, concerts, festivals and religious events

 Pick – fruit from the Holy Land

Reenact – an ancient ceremony by climbing the Sartaba Mountain to light a signal fire

Reforest – the Hills of Israel by planting olive trees on her barren hills

Ride – on the back of a camel or donkey

Savor – the bouquet of wine made from the famous grapes of the Holy Land

Seminars or Lectures – on timely Biblical, archaeological and current events

Sleep – in a Bedouin Tent

Spa Treatments – at the Dead Sea

Spend – a night cooking over an open fire and sleeping under the stars

Travel – by jeep to places that most tourists can’t go

Touch – replicas of objects from daily life in the time of Jesus

Visit – a kibbutz, a pioneering hilltop settlement

BUT THAT’S NOT ALL:

Extend your adventure with an option to experience Judea and Samaria, the Heart of the Bible with sites such as:

 

Ai – where Joshua fought his first losing battle

Bethel – where Jacob dreamed of a ladder and angels

Alon Moreh – where Abraham first entered the land

Hebron – home of the biblical giants and the place where Abraham purchased a cave to bury his family

Herodian – site of King Herod’s grave

Mount Gerizim – the “Mountain of Blessings”, home to the remnants of the Samaritan people

Shechem – where God first appeared to Abraham in the Promised Land

Shiloh – where Joshua placed Moses’ Wilderness Tabernacle during the time of Eli the high priest and Samuel the prophet

 

AND THERE’S MORE:

You can also choose an extension to the beautiful Negev Desert and the Red Sea resort of Eilat, the ultimate tourist destination

 

Jo Alon Museum – Bedouin Culture

Timna – Solomon’s pillars and the ancient copper mines

Camel Safari – at dusk into the desert

Dolphin Reef – swim with dolphins

Scuba Dive – under the Red Sea to see one of the world’s best coral reefs

Underwater Observatory – see the extensive and magnificent corals and sea life of the Red Sea

 

 

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