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  • Mt. of Beatitudes, where Jesus delivered the famous Sermon on the Mount.
  • The ruins of Capernaum, home to Jesus as well as the apostles Peter, Andrew, James and John and the tax collector Matthew.
  • Tabgha Church, the site of the Miracle of the Loaves and Fishes
  • The Sea of Galilee, the biggest sweet water reservoir of Israel and famous for its presence in many biblical stories.  Enjoy a boat ride and some special time for prayer and worship.
  • A trip to a Kibbutz, a collectively organized agricultural settlement in upper Galilee. A face-to-face with a Kibbutznik who will tell you all about life along the Israel-Lebanon strip.
  • An interactive session with Israeli soldiers, the young men guarding Israel alongthe country’s northern border with Lebanon
  • A panoramic view of Jerusalem and her surroundings from the promenade of Mt Scopus.
  • A walk to Temple Mount, where Jesus learnt his trade, as recorded in Luke 2:41-52.
  • A visit to the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial Center includingthe Avenue oftheRighteousandtheChildren’s Memorial.
  • A visit to the colorful market sand the Cardo, an ancient Roman site, now full of shops brimming with Middle Eastern artistry.
  • A walk through the Jewish Quarter and the memorable site of the Western Wall, where people gather to pray before the start of the Shabbat. One can join the Shabbat prayers with thousands of others at the Western Wall.
  • Enjoy a traditional Shabbat dinner peppered with live narration of Jewish traditions
  • A swim in the Dead Sea, where one can float or bathe in the mineral rich water.
  • Enjoy a free evening on the Ben Yehuda Street, a vibrant shopping centre in the heart of Jerusalem
  • A visit to the Garden Tomb, the ancient cemetery, where Jesus Christ was crucified and later buried. A moving experience, it’s a time for some soul-searching in the peaceful gardens surrounded by prayer, worship, fellowship and communion.