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Hosted by Elvis Week Host

February 23 to March 4, 2014



Cost: $2,999
International Travelers: $2,299 without airfare

Reserve your spot for only $300!
All major credit cards accepted.*

To pay by credit card, call Ari Bauer at 1-877-999-8868 ext. 415.

To pay by check or money order, print and mail the registration form.

* A 2% Fee applies to all credit card charges.


Day 1—Sunday, February 23

Departure from New York’s JFK International Airport aboard our El Al Flight. Please do not continue to the gate area or go through security until you have checked in with our representative. You must be at the airport 3 hours before the scheduled departure time.

Day 2—Monday, February 24

Arrive in Israel. We will be met by our Israeli tour guide. Transfer to our hotel on the beach in Tel Aviv. The afternoon is yours to enjoy. Swim in the Sea, walk along the beach or just relax! Then join us for a welcome dinner. After dinner there will be a mandatory orientation meeting where we will be collecting the $150 USD tip fee.
Dinner and overnight in Tel Aviv

Day 3—Tuesday, February 25

We start the day with a scenic drive to Caesarea: the ancient port city built by King Herod during the time of Jesus. From there we will head north to Mount Carmel to see the site where the Prophet Elijah defeated the false prophets of Baal. You will enjoy a spectacular view of the Valley of Armageddon! Our final stop will take us to Kefar Kedem where you'll get to experience wearing first century clothes, milking a goat to make cheese, making fresh pita and riding on a donkey.
Dinner and overnight in Tiberias

Day 4—Wednesday, February 26

We start the day by heading up north to the ancient city of Caesarea Philippi to visit an ancient Pagan Temple area that will help you understand the “Gates of Hades” reference by Jesus in Matthew 16. Visit the enormous and spectacular 1000 year old ruins of a Crusader castle known as Nimrod’s Fortress. The bird's eye view of the Golan Heights will take your breath away. We end our day at Mount Bental to visit and explore a Syrian army bunker and learn about Israel's modern history.
Dinner and overnight in Tiberias

Day 5—Thursday, February 27

We will board a boat and sail on the beautiful and historic Sea of Galilee. Then on to the Jesus Boat Museum to see the remains of a 2000 year old boat. You will also be given the chance to do some shopping. We continue by visiting the ancient ruins of Capernaum where Jesus established His ministry. Then we travel to the Mount of Beatitudes where Jesus delivered one of His most beloved sermons.
Dinner and overnight in the Galilee

Day 6—Friday, February 28

OPTIONAL opportunity to be baptized in the Jordan River (approx. $10-$15 per person for robe and certificate). As we head south we will stop in at Israel’s largest archaeological site Beit Shean. The ruins are breath taking! We continue on to Jerusalem and will be heading to the Mount of Olives for a spectacular panoramic view of the Old City.
Dinner and Overnight in Jerusalem

Day 7—Saturday, March 1

We start the day with a cable car ride top the top of Masada—an ancient site of an epic battle between Jewish Zealots and the Romans. There is a spectacular view of the Dead Sea. Visit the spring at Ein Gedi where David hid from King Saul. You will have a chance to swim and float in the therapeutic waters of the Dead Sea.
Dinner and Overnight in Jerusalem

Day 8—Sunday, March 2

Visit Judaism's holiest site—the Western Wall and the Western Wall Tunnels that will take us beneath the modern city of Jerusalem to the original roads of the first century. You'll get to participate in an active archeological project, sifting through soil excavated from the Temple Mount. Enjoy lunch and shopping at the world famous Ben Yehuda Street market.
Dinner and Overnight in Jerusalem

Day 9—Monday, March 3

We will begin the day by walking on the Walls of Jerusalem known as the Rampart’s Walk. We'll visit the Pools of Bethesda where in John 5 Jesus healed a paralyzed man. We enter the Garden of Gethsemane where we will have an opportunity to reflect on the last night of Jesus' earthly life. We conclude the touring part of our trip with a visit to the Garden Tomb to commemorate the death and burial of Jesus.
Farewell dinner and departure to the airport

Day 10—Tuesday, March 4

Depart Tel Aviv and arrive in NYC

Please note: The itinerary is subject to change without notice.

Tour price includes:

• Roundtrip air from New York City
• Meeting/assistance at the airport
• Return transfers to/from the airport
• 4-star hotel rooms (double occupancy) for the duration of your stay in Israel
• Daily Israeli buffet breakfast and dinner
• Porterage at airport and hotels
• Air-conditioned tour bus (with WiFi when available)
• English speaking driver and tour guide
• All entrance fees to places of interest
• All hotel taxes and service charges
• Personal travel information kit

Not Included: Travel to and from departure city, airport taxes, daily lunches, tip fee of $150 USD for driver and tour guide and personal insurance.

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