(sea of Galilee overlook from Mt. Arbel)
Next Tour is 2024
We can't wait to be with you in the land!
All of our tours offer serious Biblical study engaging with history, culture, geography, and language. Locations include archaeological sites, modern local sites, hiking trails, and museums. These tours are authentic experiences that engage with the ancient stones of 2000 years ago along with the living stones (the people) of Israel today, the food, and the culture.
We have crafted the pricing of our tours to be "all-inclusive," which means that your cost covers everything you need: food (three meals a day), hotels, transportation, tips, fees, and water. For more extensive information, please visit our Preparation page.
Sites visited may include: Adullam, Arad, Arbel, Avdat, Azekah, Beersheva, Beth Guvrin, Bethlehem, Beth Shean, Beth Shemesh, Capernaum, Caesarea, Caesarea Philippi, City of David, Dan, Dead Sea, Elah Valley, Eilat, En Gedi, Gamla, Gezer, Golan Heights, Katzrin, Korazin, Herodium, Hezekiah’s Tunnel, Holy Sepulcher, Jerusalem, Jordan River, Lachish, Machtesh Ramon, Masada, Mt Carmel, Mt of Beatitudes, Mt of Olives, Omrit, Pool of Bethesda, Sea of Galilee, Southern Temple Steps, Timnah, Temple Mount, Qeiyafa, Qumran, Rabbinic Tunnels, Second Temple Model, Western Wall, Zin, Zippori
HIKING TOURS: Typically offered in the summer, be prepared for approximately 6-8 miles of walking per day with high elevations in high heat. Students from ages 7 to 70 have participated in this study tour -- preparation and motivation are the keys to an enjoyable experience.
WALKING TOURS: Upon popular request, we offer less physically demanding tours. Strategically offered during a cooler time of year, be prepared for approximately 2-3 miles of walking per day over uneven surfaces and up to 10 flights of stairs.
Galilee Backpack Tours
BACKPACK TOURS: Occasionally we offer region specific tours, particularly catering to alumni of our Israel Study Tours who are looking to get the land of Israel back underneath their feet. We typically focus on the region along the Jesus Trail.