The golan heights the northern part of israel are amazing
It’s not always that one gets an opportunity to take pilgrim tours.
It’s such a fortunate thing to have the luxury of time and resources to be able to take part in this age-old tradition.
While it’s important to have the spiritual, mental, and physical preparedness, it’s just as crucial to complete your checklist for a stress-free […]
Beth Shean Known Also as Scythopolis
Beth Shean is located 17 miles south of the Sea of Galilee, at the strategic junction of the Jordan and Harod Valleys. Jewish sages used to say, “If the Garden of Eden is in the land of Israel, then its gate is Beth Shean,” because of its abundant water source and fertile […]
Garden Tomb sits among well maintained trees and gardens, providing a peaceful environment where visitors can pray and reflect. However, any claim that Christ was buried and rose from the dead here is not authentic.
The open tomb is carved into the face of the rock and features skull-like erosion in a limestone cliff nearby, which […]
The Golan Heights
Golan Heights is one of the most popular parts of the Holy Land, with scenic treasures and beautiful sites. Golan Heights is located along the northernmost point of Israel’s mountain region. Many people refer to Golan Heights as the “Israeli Texas” because it is so large in size. Other people see Golan Heights […]
The Sea of Galilee has changed little since Jesus walked along its shoreline to recruit four fishermen to become his first disciples.
The Sea of Galilee is shaped like a heart, set among hills, and is one of the lowest lying bodies of water on earth, sitting about 210 meters below sea level.
The Sea of Galilee […]
The fire-lighting challenge by the prophet Elijah – a prominent story from the Old Testament between a pagan deity and Yahweh, the God of the Israelites – happened on the summit of Mount Carmel.
Mount Carmel stretches southeast from the Mediterranean Sea and sits next to the city of Haifa. this is not actually a mountain, […]
Located on the shores of the Sea of Galilee, Capernaum became known as the “town of Jesus” after he came to it from Nazareth. The first church on the site was constructed in the fifth century and has since been built over.
Now, a Catholic church sits in its place, atop eight pillars that hover over […]
Megiddo is one of the most prominent archaeological sites in the Bible. Located near the town of Afula, it is mentioned in early Egyptian writings. It been predicted to be the site of the Armageddon in the Book of Revelations.
The site is one of the most prominent locations along the route of Via Maris, or the sea road leading to […]
Caesarea National Park is a historic, famous archaeological site,
built to play a part in Herod the Great’s plan to Hellenise the Holy Land in the first century.
He laid out a classical Greek city, including a stadium and amphitheatre,
on the small Phoenician port called Stratton’s Tower.
Caesarea acted as the capital of Palestine during the Roman rule.