- Double occupancy (2 people per room)
- *$700 additional for a room for one person
Directly with the agency Ed-Ventures, Inc.
An invoice will be sent before final payment. Advance registration is recommended. Generally, airlines do not increase the price of a ticket after having contracted it. However, prior to issuance, airlines may impose fuel, tax, or security surcharges. In the event a surcharge is imposed after final payment, an additional invoice will be sent for the amount of the surcharge.
The currency exchange fluctuates constantly. In the event of a significant drop in the value of the dollar, a currency surcharge may be applied to the tour price.
The Refund and Cancellation Policy:
All cancellations must be made in writing. The postmark date will determine the refund amount due. Refunds are based on the number of days prior to departure date. From the time of deposit until 99 days prior to departure, a $100 administration fee plus airfare penalties will be charged. From 99 to 14 days prior to departure, a $300 cancellation fee will be assessed plus any non-recoverable deposits to local providers, as well as any penalties imposed by airlines. Airline tickets, once issued, are generally non-refundable. Anyone who cancels less than 14 days before departure will NOT receive a REFUND.
Your Trip Includes
- Estimated airfare – round trip from Los Angeles (LAX) / New Jersey (EWR) to Tel Aviv of $1200 including all related taxes and fees (departures from other airports available for additional cost)
- Local transportation: private air-conditioned luxury bus
- Accommodation: double occupancy (two people per room) in superior hotels with 3-4 stars Meals: as indicated in the itinerary during the trip. Services of a Spanish-speaking tour guide and an English-speaking guide Admission to all activities written in the itinerary All taxes and tips for services, except hotel and restaurant tips and tip at the end of the trip for the driver and group leader
Your trip does not include
- Meals not indicated in the itinerary
- Drinks, except during breakfast
- Tips at the end of the trip for the driver and guide and tips for restaurants and hotels
- Health, baggage, and cancellation travel insurance
- Personal things, such as passport costs
Day 1: Wednesday, 11/1
US departure for Tel Aviv, Israel.
Day 2: Thursday, 11/2
Arrival at the hotel in Tel Aviv – some rest time (depending on the flight). Trip to Joppa. The ancient port mentioned in the story of Jonah, and in 2 Chronicles 2. The miracle of Tabitha’s resurrection (Acts 9) and Peter’s vision of not distinguishing between Jews and Gentiles (Acts 10). Dinner
Day 3: Friday, 11/3 – Sea of Galilee
We entered Caesarea Maritima, where the Gentiles first heard the Good News from Peter (Acts 10). Where Paul made the case for him before Festus and King Agrippa before his final journey to Rome. (Acts 25 & 26). The Roman theater, the hippodrome, the promenade to the renovated city, and Felipe’s house. The top of Mount Carmel, where Elijah prayed for fire from heaven and defeated the 450 prophets of Baal (1 Kings 18). Nazareth – tour of the Basilica of the Annunciation. The Museum of the People of Nazareth reconstructed. Cana, the village where Jesus performed the first miracle on him. Breakfast dinner
Day 4: Saturday, 11/4 – Sea of Galilee
Yigal Allon Museum where the Jesus boat is located. Capernaum, the synagogue and the house of Peter. Tabgha to see the mosaics in the Church of the Multiplication of the Loaves and Fishes. The Mount of Beatitudes and Caesarea Philippi. Breakfast dinner.
Day 5: Sunday, 11/5 – Sea of Galilee
The Golan Heights, looking towards Mount Hermon, with a view towards Damascus. We also see Caesarea Philippi and stop at Tel Dan. Yardenit, the famous baptism site, where we have the option of being baptized in the Jordan River. Breakfast dinner.
Day 6: Monday, 11/6 – Jerusalem
Tel of Beit Shean (Bethsan), where the bodies of King Saul and his sons were hung on the city gates. (1 Sam 31). The Jordan Valley, the Judean desert to Masada. Cable car to Herod’s Mountain Palace. We will visit Qumran, and we will be able to swim in the Dead Sea. Breakfast dinner.
Day 7: Tuesday, 11/7 – Jerusalem
The Mount of Olives. The traditional Palm Sunday route to the church known as Dominus Flevit (“El Señor Lloró”). The Golden Gate, Gethsemane, the Church of All Nations, built into the rock where Jesus prayed before being arrested. Mount Zion, the site of the Last Supper and St. Peter’s Church in Gallicantu, where Peter denied Jesus. Breakfast dinner.
Day 8: Wednesday, 11/8 – Jerusalem
The City of David, the Western Wall, modern Jerusalem, the Knesset (Parliament) and the Hebrew University campus. Bethlehem and several important sites, such as the Shepherds’ Field, the Church of the Nativity, Rachel’s tomb and the Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum. Breakfast dinner.
Day 9: Thursday, 11/9 – Jerusalem
Israel Museum, the Shrine of the Book and the Model of the Second Temple. The ancient city, the city walls by St. Stephen’s Gate, the Pool of Bethesda. Tour from the Church of Santa Ana. The Via Dolorosa – the stations of the cross to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Gordon’s Calvary, known as the Garden Tomb. Depending on the flight schedule, we go to the airport later in the evening or early the next day. Breakfast, dinner.
Day 10: Friday, 11/10