Cultural & Diversity Itineraries


Sunshine & Bible History

Driving north through the beautiful Jordan Valley, you will sail across the Sea of Galilee and enjoy enlightening visits to the biblical sites of the Mt. of Beatitudes, Capernaum and the famous discovery of the “Jesus Boat.”

Luxurious Israel

Wine tasting at an Israeli winery by Jerusalem; visit an Ethiopian new-immigrant trade school at YVEL exclusive jewelry workshop; evening meeting with government or IDF ranking official for discussion of current events. Overnight in Jerusalem.

Culinary Tour of Israel

Tour of Akko’s open market, smell the fresh spices, taste locally grown and cured olives, browse art and antique galleries & sip strong Turkish coffee
Lunch at a local fish restaurant
Special gourmet dinner and overnight at Mitzpeh Ha’yamim boutique hotel

Battles of Israel Tour

Temple Mount, City of David, Warren’s Shaft, Hezekiah’s Tunnel, Southern Steps, Garden Tomb and Friends of Zion Museum.

From the Beginning – 10 Day Tour

From the epic Arbel Summit we will gain an overview of Christ’s Galilean Ministry. We will travel north to the strategic Golan Heights, visit Banias (Caesarea Phillipi where the Lord asked His desciples the famous question, “who do you say that I am?”) and explore Tel Dan featuring Jeroboam’s biblical altar before returning to our hotel for dinner and rest.

Jewish Heritage Tour

The primary memorial and museum of the Holocaust, with the moving exhibit at the Children’s Pavilion, commemorating over 1.5 million Jewish children who perished in the Holocaust.

Adventure in Israel

Get introduced to the delicious melting pot of cultures and cuisines in Israel. You’ll pick up fresh produce directly from the open Jerusalem market, discover hidden gems, sample the freshest cheeses, tastiest olive oil, the most decadent halva, and pick the most colorful vegetables for our cooking demonstrations and meals.

Cultural Experience Tour

Ascend Masada by cable car, you will explore the desert fortress that was King Herod’s get-away and which became the final stronghold of the Jewish Zealots after the destruction of the Temple during the great revolt against the Romans.