Qumran ~ Our Final Stop on the Tour Welcome to the last day of our virtual tour of Israel. We are going to explore Qumran. Qumran is an Arabic word meaning “double moon”, descriptive of the reflection in the Dead Sea of two moons. As you might have realized, Qumran is located along the Dead […]
Welcome back, once again, to our virtual tour of Israel. Last week we began an exciting trek through history that eventually led us through the gates of time to the top of Har Megiddo. Today we will take a look at some of the interesting excavations that have left their mark on archaeology for nearly […]
“A Mountain of Cities” Welcome back to our virtual tour of Israel. Today we will travel down the eastern side of the Carmel Mountain and stop at a place called Har Megiddo. Har Megiddo is a tel, which is made up of an ancient city built upon another city, or multiple cities. The word “Har” […]
When you have the chance to stand in a place where an incredible event took place with the Prophet Elijah and is described clearly in the Bible, take it! The next best thing is to read this article written by a person who stood in the spot and describes it for us in beautiful detail.
Learn more than what meets the eye about Jaffa Israel. It's rich historical background is a story to be told and to be seen.
Check out the history behind today's modern day Jaffa port. Learn about Jonah and understand the biblical story behind the whale.
Join us as we explore the area of the Banias from a historical standpoint. Learn about what happened before modern times.
Continuing our Journey Through Israel at Tel Dan learning about the history of the area. We learn about the village of Ghajar and previous wars.
Dan’s Sordid Past (Part 1) Today, on our virtual tour of Israel, we will travel north up the “Finger of the Galilee” to one of the most beautiful spots in all of Israel; the Dan Nature Reserve. The natural beauty, the rushing stream, the scenic walking trail through the woods and into the ancient city, […]
Archaeology allows us to step back in time to get a glimpse of what it was like when Biblical
The breath-taking views of the Kinneret, otherwise known as the Sea of Galilee, are only one reason to visit the North of Israel. The ancient connection to the Jewish people and to those who honour the Christian faith is immediately apparent when visiting Magdala, an ancient Jewish city that is now revealed through archaeology.
Who could imagine that just walking down a short flight of stairs would land you back in Herodian Jerusalem?! It is something that happens every day in one of the most ancient cities of the world, Jerusalem. Come explore the Herodian Quarter with us!
Join us for an emotional walk down the Via Dolorosa in Jerusalem. This is the venerated path that many believe Jesus would have taken as he walked to his death.
Walk through time in this emotional journey following where Jesus went right before his arrest and see the Garden of Gethsemane that holds the memory of his prayers.
Journey down the Mt. of Olives in Israel with us and glimpse the ancient history, feel the emotions and step into the past and future simultaneously.