Jewish Immersive Adventure … Israel

Church of the Holy Sepulchre (Jerusalem, Israel)

“Then you will go safely on your way …” (Proverbs 3:23-24)

SHALOM ALEICHEM!

Come join us.

Let Living Bible Travel help you plan a trip where you can rediscover your roots and heritage, and immerse yourself in the land where your faith began.

Jews have lived in this land continuously from the time of its original conquest by Joshua more than 3,200 years ago until the present day. It’s nearly impossible to go anywhere within Israel without encountering a place of religious or historical significance.

Visit the land of your ancestors; see history unravel before your eyes. The venues you know from the Bible come alive with a tour customized especially for you, creating memories you will cherish forever.

Israel is much more than biblical history. Here, you can also experience its exciting and diverse, modern culture comprised of a polyglot of people who have returned to live in the Land of the Bible.

Start, with the history of your forefathers. Experience the site of the Temple Mount, and ruins of ancient synagogues. Gain a deeper appreciation of modern Israel. Visit sites like Independence Hall in Tel Aviv, where Israel’s independence was declared, or the home and the burial site of David Ben Gurion. Visit the Knesset and the Supreme Court. Learn about Israel’s minorities by visiting Druze villages and Bedouin encampments. Experience the Jewish ambience of Israel’s city centers, outdoor markets and shopping malls. Enjoy scuba diving in the Red Sea, dipping in the healing waters of the Dead Sea, or wind surfing on the Mediterranean.

This is your tour. We will help you design and implement the experience you want.

Dig for a Day (Beit Guvrin, Israel), Rafting on Jordan River
  • Pray at the Kotel Ha-Ma’aravi, the Western Wall, one of the holiest places of the Jewish faith.
  • Revere the significance of the Southern Wall, site of the southern Temple Mount excavations. The Southern Wall of the Temple Mount was the southern side of the Second Temple in Jerusalem and was the main route for approaching and accessing the Temple. http://www.thirdtemple.com/KotelCam.htm
  • Traverse Masada, a World Heritage site, and see the remains of the fortress first built deep in the Judean desert by the Maccabees and reinforced by Herod the Great, where the Jews fought their last stand against Roman legions.
  • Visit Independence Hall, where David Ben-Gurion proclaimed the State of Israel, May 14, 1948.
  • Pay homage to the victims and unsung heroes of the Holocaust at Yad Vashem.
  • Journey through time at the Shrine of the Book exhibition complex, a repository for the first seven Dead Sea scrolls and an international landmark of modern architecture.
  • Imagine being in biblical Jerusalem as you walk through Hezekiah’s Tunnel on a tour of the City of David. Marvel at the ingenuity of the Canaanites and Hezekiah who constructed the tunnels to bring water to the city’s residents.
  • Explore Safed, one of Israel’s four holy cities. It is the birthplace of Kabbalah and today hosts some of Israel’s most exquisite art galleries and shops.

Tell us what you want for your congregation, and we will tailor a journey that engages your mind and inspires your beliefs.

“Then you will go safely on your way …” (Proverbs 3:23-24)

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Large photo at top: The Western Wall (Jerusalem, Israel),
Two photos in center of text: Dig for a Day (Beit Guvrin, Israel), Rafting on Jordan River