|Tiberias||Feb. 28-Mar. 01, 2024||Leonardo Club|
|Jerusalem||Mar. 02-05, 2024||Ambassador Hotel|
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Today we depart our home cities for our flight to Tel Aviv, Israel, with a connection in Newark.
We arrive into Tel Aviv early morning and proceed through passport control where we are welcomed by our Wilcox World Travel representative. After claiming our bags, our representative will lead us to the airport exit to meet our guide, board our bus, and begin our tour of The Holy Land. We drive north to the Sharon Plain on the Mediterranean coast where the baptism of the Gentiles began at Caesarea Maritima (Acts 10). Here we view the sunken harbor, the hippodrome, the theatre, and the Roman aqueduct. We then drive to Muhraka (“burnt offering”) on Mt. Carmel with a panoramic view of the Plain of Jezreel (Esdraelon-I Kings 18, the confrontation between Elijah and Jezebel with the prophets of Baal). On the way to Nazareth, we pass the ruins of Tel Megiddo (Armageddon, Revelation 16). In Nazareth, Jesus’ hometown, we visit the Church of the Annunciation. We continue to our hotel located on the Sea of Galilee in Tiberias.
After breakfast, we drive north toward the Golan Heights and experience spectacular views of the Sea of Galilee. We stop at the Mount of Beatitudes (Matthew 5-7) for a worship service. We then drive to Tel Hazor and observe the ruins of the largest Canaanite city of the Old Testament. We gaze toward Mt. Hermon in the distance. We travel to Dan where we combine a nature walk beside the upper Jordan River and a visit to more ancient ruins, including the Israelite high place that supported a golden calf (I Kings 12). Afterwards, we take a brief ride to the spring of Caesarea Philippi (Banias) where Peter confessed his recognition of Jesus as The Christ (Matthew 16). We visit the stunning remains of a first century AD palace belonging to Agrippa II. We continue our ride to an overlook for a glimpse of Damascus, Syria, 45 miles away. We then end our day with a spectacular drive through the Golan Heights to our hotel in Tiberias.