Israel is the land of the bible and holy to three great religions. Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Jesus was born in Israel and led his miraculous life in the holy land. Bethlehem, Nazareth, Capernaum, the Sea of Galilee are all real places in Israel that you can visit and walk where Jesus walked. Jerusalem, the
London & Israel
London has a vast array of amazing sites to see from Tower Bridge, to St Paul’s Cathedral, Museums galore and the Crown Jewels in the Tower of London, Buckingham Palace and more! This is a great city with so much to see, combining it with a trip to Israel & Jordan makes for a unique
London and the UK
Israel & Jordan
Combining both Israel and Jordan into one tour is the perfect way to experience many of the key Biblical sites we read about in our Bibles on a daily basis. Israel of course is where most of the sites of Jesus are but current day Jordan also has a number of places of importance such
Turkey with Patmos
Follow the journey of St Paul through his mission in Turkey with the chance to also experience Patmos, a Greek Island where John received visions from God found in the book of Revelation in the New Testament. These included what the final days on Earth would be like and gave him a glimpse of Heaven.
A significant part of the historical Bible Lands Jordan is home to many sites mentioned in the Bible as well as sites of magnificent world heritage. In the North West of Jordan, a few hours’ drive from the capital Amman is Umm Quis a village that is close to the ruins of the Roman town
The monuments of ancient Egypt are awe inspiring. The River Nile, the world’s longest river which, the Sphinx, the world’s largest sculpture made from a single block of stone, the Pyramids of Giza, the Sinai Desert and the Red Sea are all mysterious and exciting sites to visit and better understand the origin of monotheistic
For the Christian Turkey offers nearly all the history of the early church. Many are surprised to find out that St Paul was born in what we now know as Turkey; the city of Tarsus being in the east of the country. Ephesus is not only the church that the Apostle Paul spent so much
Greece is a country with a profound connection to Christianity and its traditions. Athens is a fascinating pulsating Mediterranean city rich in history both ancient and Christian. Paul came to Athens from Berœa of Macedonia, coming probably by water and landing in the Peiræevs, the harbour of Athens. Visit the Acropolis with its magnificent and
Rome: the eternal city. It is in Rome that by tradition both the Apostles St Peter and St Paul died. The Romans influenced the shape of the modern world and played such an integral part in the story of Jesus. Pontius Pilate was the Roman Governor of Judea and the Apostle Paul was himself a
The resilience of Poland is revealed on this exploration of a land marred by a tragic war, but restored with enviable verve. Homeland of St. John Paul II, your pilgrimage will take you to Niepokalonow, Czestochowa and Wadowice. Explore the rebuilt centre of Warsaw, the medieval Old Town of Kraków, and Auschwitz.