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Join this tour of fellow believers as they explore the Holy Land and not only have a meaningful time of exploration and learning but also have fun together!

About Your Holyland Tours Your Holyland Tours

Your Holyland Tours is operated by Cindy Brannon and her husband, Dr. Mark Brannon.

Mark and Cindy Brannon’s love for Israel started over 28 years ago. They found themselves  journeying to the Holy Land several times a year. Several friends asked to join them on one of the life changing experiences. The trip changed others lives, deepened their love of the Bible and Yeshua the same impact it had on them and their family. They decided to begin hosting tours to Israel in 2012. Since then, they have helped hundreds of believers discover Israel and make their bible come alive.

A MESSAGE FROM MARK AND CINDY BRANNON

The Brannons

We love the Lord above all things and feel called to educate people on the Old Testament foundations for our New Testament faith. As Christians, we have always felt a deep connection with Israel and the Jewish people and we feel that – until you experience Holy Land personally and in the flesh – you will not understand the true depth of your Hebraic Faith and the richness of our Judeo-Christian heritage.

After traveling around the world and seeing many different countries and experiencing a variety of cultures, we honestly feel that there is no place on earth like Israel. The truth of the Bible – God’s Holy Word – and its rich history will be laid out before your eyes. Many people often forget that Jesus was, in fact, Jewish! We will walk the streets He walked, see the synagogue in which He first preached, and where He made the ultimate sacrifice and redeemed us for our sins.

Our prayer for this tour is that you will return and share what you have seen, heard, and how much you have learned with fellow believers so that they also may understand the Hebrew Bible in its original context.

Our heart is this: that you be blessed according to what the Scriptures say about those who bless Israel, ’I will bless those who bless you … and all peoples on earth will be blessed through you.” Gen 12:3. We are so excited to have you, are praying for you, and are thrilled to have you join us for this trip of a lifetime.

           We hope to see you next year in Jerusalem!

Day 1: Mon, November 2nd Tel Aviv Welcome to Israel!

Morning flight arrival at Ben Gurion Airport .
After border formalities we meet with the Immanuel
Tours representative and proceed to the bus, where
we shall meet the tour guide and David the bus driver.
We will start the tour with a visit to Old Jaffa (New
Testament Joppa). Stop for a panoramic view over Tel
Aviv before we drive on to the Dan Hotel in Tel Aviv for
dinner and overnight.
Orientation meeting will be held after dinner.

Day 2: Tue, November 3 Galilee Check out after breakfast and start the tour witha drive
along the coastal plain to Caesarea. Here we will visit
the 1st century synagogue and the bird mosaic and
other archaeological excavations . We will visit Mt.
Carmel and on to Megiddo – Armageddon. We drive
on to the Mt. Precipice the mountain from which the
Nazareth people were trying to push Jesus after he
infuriated them with his sermon, declaring himself as
the Messiah (Luke 4). Our last site for the day will be at
Sepphoris “The Jewel of Galilee”. Sepphoris is “perched
like a bird” on a 400 foot hill that overlooks the Bet
Netofa Valley and helps to explain its other Hebrew
name, Zippori (bird). We continue to the drive to the
Sea of Galilee where we will check in to Magdala Hotel
for dinner and overnight.
Day 3: Wed, November 4 Tiberias We will start the day with a visit to Tel Dan and
Caesarea Philippi (Banias). We continue to Gamla, the
Land of the Giants on the Golan Heights. Enjoy a visit
to the Olive factory before we will experience a Druze
Lunch. Mt. Bental with a view to Kuneitra in Syria.
We drive back to the Magadala Hotel for Dinner and
overnight.
Day 4: Thu, November 5 Tiberias After breakfast we drive along the Hula Valley to
Chorazim , a town rebuked by Jesus for its lack of faith
We drive on to Bethsaida, hometown of Apostle Peter
and Andrew (John 1:44; Mark 6:45 ; 8:22). We drive on
around the Sea of Galilee to Kursi, the “Land of the
Gardarenes” , located on the Golan Heights slopes. It
was here that Jesus cured two madmen, (Matthew
8:28-32). From here we drive along the Jordan Valley
to Beit Shean. In New Testament times this city
became one of the 10 cities of the Decapolis (Matthew
4:25; Mark 5:20; Mark 7:31). We end this day with a
visit to Ein Harod, Gideon’s Spring, where Israel’s first
king, Saul, and his son Jonathan fell in battle to the
Phillistines, around 1010 BC (1 Samuel 31). It was at
the waters of Ein Harod that Gideon collected his
people, in accordance with God’s command (Judges
7:7). At 6 pm we arrive to the site of Magdala for a
special outdoor concert with Joshua Aaron.
Dinner and overnight.
Day 5: Fri, November 6 Tiberias Today we will focus on sites around the Sea of Galilee,
rich in memories of the three years of Jesus’ Ministry
around its shores. After breakfast we will have a boat
ride across the Sea of Galilee to Kibbutz Ginosar. Here
we will visit the Jesus Boat Museum. From here we
drive to Mt. Beatitudes , the site of the Sermon on the
Mount. Drive on to Tabgha with the Church of the
Multiplication of the Loaves and Fishes. Continue to
Capernaum, where Jesus dwelt after he left Nazareth
and did many signs and wonders, to visit the ancient
synagogue and the nearby House of Peter. Drive to
Magdala, the birthplace and home of Mary Magdalene
(Luke 8:1-2). We end this day at the Yardenit Baptismal
Site. Before we return to the hotel we will visit kibbutz
Kinneret to the Dates Factory. Dinner and overnight
at the Magdala Hotel.
Day 6: Sat, November 7 Dead Sea Check out of hotel after breakfast. Our first stop will
be at Jericho, where the “walls came tumbling down.”
Jericho is most remembered for Israel’s first conquest
when entering the Promised Land. Joshua led Israel
and God brought the walls down . It was from Jericho
that Elijah crossed the Jordan and went to heaven in
the chariot (2 Kings 2). Jesus healed two blind men
when leaving Jericho (Mark 10:46). We will visit the
glass store before we continue to Qumran where the
Dead Sea Scrolls were found. After lunch we drive
along the shores of the Dead Sea to the Herods Hotel.
Enjoy this beautiful hotel and make sure to pre-book
one of their SPA treatments. Or you may enjoy a float
in the mineral rich waters of the Dead Sea. Dinner and
overnight.
Day 7: Sun, November 8 Jerusalem JerusalemAfter breakfast we check out of the hotel and drive to
Massada fortress . Visit Ein Gedi Desert Oasis.
We will enjoy a 2 hour 4×4 Jeep ride. The route will
begin along the Good Samaritan hills, taking a sharpturn eastward toward the Og valley and its awe-
inspiring canyons. A breathtaking and challenging

riverbed ride will then lead participants to the “cave”
(an ancient cistern). A series of exciting obstacles will
lead us down into the canyon bed, and en route we
will pass along fortifications dating back to time
periods ranging from the Crusades to the Six-Day
War.
One of the most breathtaking viewpoints in the
northern Judean Desert, from which one can see the
northern Dead Sea, Jericho, the Hurkanya Valley and
Muntar Mountain. We will continue in the direction
of a Jahalin tribe Bedouin encampment.
Now we start our ascent to Jerusalem. Our first stop
will be to the Israel Museum where we will visit the
Shrine of the Book and the Holy Land Model of
Jerusalem in miniature the way it was in Jesus’ times.
Check in to the Inbal Hotel in Jerusalem for
dinner and overnight.

Day 8: Mon, November 9 Jerusalem We start this morning on top of Mt. of Olives
where we will have a majestic view over all of ancient
and modern Jerusalem, the center of the biblical world.
We will walk down the Palm Sunday Road to the
Garden of Gethsemane (private garden) . We drive
on to Herodion, located south of Jerusalem on the
edge of the Judean Desert. This site is one of the most
fascinating antiquities sites in the country. It was built
by King Herod as a combined palace and powerful
fortress. We continue to Bethlehem, the royal city of
David, where Jesus was born (Luke 2). Return to the
Inbal Hotel for dinner.
Evening excursion: New night show (King David) at the
David Citadel.
Day 9: Tue, November 10 Jerusalem Early morning visit to the Temple Mount. This is
followed by a visit to the Western Wall Tunnels and the
Temple Institute and the Cardo for shopping.
Enjoy lunch at the Quarter Café. Afternoon visit to the
Davidson Center with the South Walls archaeological
park. End this day with a visit to the City of David with
Hezekiah’s Tunnel and Pool of Siloam Return to our
hotel for dinner and overnight.
Day 10: Wed, November 11 Jerusalem After an Early breakfast we start this day with a
visit to the Old City through the Lions Gate and visit the
Pools of Bethesda, Fortress of Antonia at Ecce Homo,
Holy Sepulchre with the roof top of the Ethiopian
Monks. We will visit Mt. Zion with the Church of St.
Peter in Gallicantu, the House of Caiaphas (John 18:19-
27), where Jesus was interrogated by the High Priest.
Next we will visit the Room of the Last Supper and the
Tomb of King David. We end this day with a visit to the
Garden Tomb and Gordon’s Golgotha where we will
have communion.
Day 11: Thu, November 12 Jerusalem Full day tour to Samaria . We will travel through the
land of the Tribe of Benjamin. Our first stop will be at
Beit El where Jacob said “How awesome is this place!
This is none other than the House of God and this is
the gate of Heaven” (Genesis 28:17). We arrive at
ancient Shilo which held a central place in the biblical
history of the children of Israel 369 years and was the
resting place of the Ark of the Covenant until the
death of Eli the High Priest. Next we visit Mt. Gerizim,
the Mount of Blessing, which is sacred to the
Samaritans (depending on the security situation at the
time) . Return to the Hotel for dinner and overnight.Petra Extension
Day 11: Thu, November 13 Jerusalem JerusalemAfter breakfast we start the day with a visit to Yad
Vashem Memorial to the victims of the Holocaust.
From here we continue to Khirbet Hanut (“ruins of the
rest place”) was a station along the ancient road
ascending from the valley of Elah.
This road was part of the Roman road from the coast
city of Ashkelon, via Beit-Guvrin, to Bethlehem and
Jerusalem.
Sections of the Roman road, named “Caesar Way”, can
be seen along the modern road, carved into the rock.
On this road Apostle Phillip met the Ethiopian Eunuch
who had been seeking God through the Scriptures.
We arrive at Beit Guvrin where we will take part in an
archaeological dig. We end this day with a drive to the
Elah Valley where David killed Goliath (1 Samuel 17).
Visit the excavation site of the fortified city , Queiyafa,
where gates and artifacts dating to the time of David
(around 1000 B.C.) were unearthed. Return to
Jerusalem. This evening we will have the
FAREWELL DINNER at the Notre Dame rooftop
restaurant overlooking the city of Jerusalem.
Day 12: Fri, November 14 Jerusalem Today is the last day. We will enjoy a late
breakfast and check out from the rooms. The
luggage will be stored at the Hotel Luggage Room. We
set off to visit the Friends of Zion Museum followed by
some free time for last minute shopping in the Old
City and other private activities.
– Transfer to Ben Gurion Airport,
(Dinner is not included in our price quotation ) . If the
return flight will be a night flight , we will need to add
dinner before driving to Ben Gurion Airport.

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Included in the Tour Price:

  • A double or triple occupancy room (additional charge for single occupancy).
  • All sightseeing, admissions and motor-coach transportation on the tour itinerary. Save
  • A licensed, English-speaking guide and driver.
  • Buffet breakfasts and dinners throughout the tour, with table water and possibly coffee or tea. Lunches are mostly additional, so plan accordingly.
  • An all-inclusive tip fund for the guides and drivers, hotel staff, and included meals.
  • Our land agent will provide a full-size backpack to carry your daily items, a baseball-style cap, and a map of Israel.