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Israel is filled with wonders and biblical history. Our Holy Land Tours ranging from 8 to 13 days offer a wide choice of places to visit in Israel. Retrace history and the bible while traveling around the Holy Land. Come on a pilgrimage on one of our Holy Land Tours and discover the true beauty of Israel. 
Holy Land tours allow people to explore the Holy Land and to discover their spiritual roots in the land of their forefathers. It also gives the opportunity of seeing first-hand the sites and places that have been read about in the bible and in history books.
Both private and group tours are available throughout the year. Some of the renowned destinations of Holy Land tours include places such as the Old City, Church of the Holy Sepulcher, Western Wall, Temple Mount and Mount Zion, The Shepherd’s field, The eventful cities recorded in the Bible form an important part of a Holy Land tour. These include Bethlehem, where Jesus was born, Nazareth, Jerusalem and Jericho. The eventful sites, such as the Mount of transfiguration, the wilderness where Jesus was tempted, the tomb from which Lazarus was raised, the tomb where Jesus was laid and rose again, the river where He was baptized and the Way of grief (Via Dolorosa) where He carried the cross are imprinted in the pilgrim’s mind and help perceive the Bible from a deeper view. Holy Land tours enable visitors and pilgrims to visit every place mentioned in the Bible. The below sample tours are for pre-organized groups only.
Israel is a small country in the Middle East about the size of the state of New Jersey. The country has a diverse climate with snowy mountains in the north and the hot desert in the south. Jordan, Syria, and the Palestinian Authority all border Israel to the east. Lebanon serves as the northern border and Egypt borders in the south.
The Dead Sea between Israel and Jordan is the lowest point on the Earth’s surface at 1,365 feet (416 meters) below sea level. The water is so salty and rich in mineral deposits that no plants and animals can survive there. The water is warm year round.
In the south and east land is hot and dry. The Negev Desert in southern Israel receives only 1 inch (32 mm) of rain a year. In the north, Galilee is known to have the most fertile farmland in the country.
PEOPLE & CULTURE
About two-thirds of the population was born in Israel. All other Israelis come from over 100 different countries. Most Israeli Jews live a lifestyle similar to western Europeans and North Americans.
Israel’s population is about 75 percent Jewish; most of the rest is Arab. The Israeli-occupied Palestinian territories have some 3.5 million inhabitants—about 11 percent Jewish, 89 percent Palestinian.
About 20 percent of Israelis adhere to about 600 rules from their religion that concern their daily lives. Other people observe some of them but not all of them. Some people eat only kosher food that is prepared and certified according to the laws. No pork or shellfish is allowed, nor is the mixing of meat and dairy products. So pepperoni and cheese pizza and cheeseburgers are not kosher.
Traditional Jewish people take off Shabbat, or a day of rest, which begins on Friday at sundown and continues through Saturday evening. Stores are closed and work isn’t permitted on Shabbat.

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