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Israel Pilgrim Guide to Holy Land Tour Sites and Destinations


Acre

Located north of Mount Carmel, Acre is the main city port of the coastal plain. Historically Acre was strategically important in ancient times. The apostle Paul stop in the city on his 3rd missionary trip (Acts 21:7). Acre is known today for impressive Crusader remains, it’s beautiful bay, and picturesque domes and minarets.

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MAY
26

Israel Tours Travel Highlights in Masada


One of the life changing highlights during a tour to the Holy Land is Masada, the amazing Israeli fortress constructed by King Herod the Great around of 37 and 31 BCE, and later utilized and sustained by Israeli hold-outs against the Roman Empire in 73 CE.

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FEB
15

Travel the Holy Land and Visit Old Jaffa


Once in Tel Aviv, one of the most amazing views you’ll experience near the ocean is that of Jaffa located on a natural harbor on a hill along the shore of the Mediterranean Sea, only a short distance from the popular beaches of Tel Aviv. This ancient port is a regular stop for Israel holy land tours. It’s the oldest municipality in Israel, and famous for being in the Scripture stories of the bible of Solomon, Jonah, and the disciple Peter. 

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FEB
01

Visit the Holy City of Nazareth on your Israel Tour


Nazareth is locate inside a bowl atop the Nazareth ridge north of the Jezreel valley, and was a relatively isolated village in the time of Jesus with a small population of less than two hundred people.

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NOV
23

Visit Saint Catherine's Monastery on your Holy Land Tour


The amazing holy land site of Saint Catherine’s Monastery is located in the triangular are in Egypt between the El-Tih desert, the Suez Gulf, and the Gulf of Aquaba, and made of granite-rock that matches the colors of Mount Sinai.

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