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Los Angeles departure.
Dinner and accommodation Tel-Aviv (Such hotel Tel-Aviv).
After breakfast we visit the old port of Jaffa.
We continue to Caesarea, an ancient port turned into an impressive archaeological zone. We drive to Haifa to visit Muhraqa on Mount Carmel, the site of Elijah's faith competition with the priests of Baal.
We visited the site of the transfiguration of Jesus Christ towards Mt. Tabor. Proceed to Tiberias to spend the night. Dinner and accommodation in Galilee.
Today, we visit Kibbutz Ginosar to see the ancient ship in the Jesus ship museum, followed by a cruise on the Sea of Galilee. Next, we visit Capernaum and see its old synagogue and the house of Saint Peter.
We visit Mount of Beatitudes, where Jesus delivered his sermon on the mount, and continue to Tabgha to visit the Church of the Multiplication, the place where Jesus fed the 5,000 with two fish and five loaves.
At Caesarea-Philippi (Banias), home to one of the Jordan River springs and a place where Jesus taught his disciples. Breakfast, dinner and accommodation in Galilee.
This morning, we started the day visiting Cana, the site of Jesus' first miracle when he turned water into wine at a wedding. We continue to Nazareth and visit the Church of the Annunciation, the Church of Saint Joseph and the old village.
We left the Galilee area, through the Jordan Valley and visited Jericho, where the cries and trumpets of Joshua and his army caused the city fortifications to crumble, we ascend to the Mount of Temptation in a cable car.
We proceed to Jerusalem. Breakfast, dinner and accommodation in Jerusalem.
We drive to the Dead Sea, the lowest point on the planet on dry land. We traveled through the mountainous desert from Judea to Qumran with an included visit to the Qumran Caves, where the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered.
We continue towards Masada and climb the cable car to the magnificent rock fortress. If time and weather permit, we will enjoy a float in the waters of the Dead Sea and return to the holy city of Jerusalem.
Breakfast, dinner and accommodation in Jerusalem.
We start the day in Jerusalem and ascend the mountains of Judea to Jerusalem.
We proceed to visit the Israel Museum to see the Shrine of the Book and the Dead Sea Scrolls, as well as a scale model of Jerusalem in the time of Christ.
We visit Bethlehem, Jesus 'birthplace and in the shepherds' fields. Breakfast, dinner and accommodation in Jerusalem.
Start your day with a panoramic view of Jerusalem, Mount Moriah, and the Dome of the Rock from the top of Mount of Olives. Then, in the Garden of Gethsemane, walk among the ancient olive trees, then we will continue to the Pater Noster (which commemorates the "Our Father") and the Church of the Ascension.
After lunch on our own and rest we will visit the church of Dominus Flevit, the place where Jesus wept over the fate of Jerusalem. Follow in the footsteps of Jesus on the way of the cross to the church of the Holy Sepulcher. Walk through the Jewish Quarter, rebuilt after the unification of the city after the six-day war in 1967.
Make a stop at Mount Zion to visit King David's tomb and Upper Room, the upper room where Jesus and his disciples had the Last Supper. A special point of interest is the thistle, the main street of Jerusalem 1,500 years ago.
We ascend on top of the Temple Mount to observe columns and steps from the Temple where Jesus taught, the Al-Aqsa Mosque, the Dome of the Rock sanctuary, the Golden Gate, and then we went out to the Bethesda Pond where Jesus healed a paralytic man.
We see a stone pavement from the Roman era, then we walk through the 14 stations, we will stop at the Church of the Flagellation for a mass and then we will continue along the Via Dolorosa to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. Take a look at the uncovered column path with its old market back to your hotel. Dinner and accommodation in Jerusalem.
Exit from Jerusalem to the border and entrance to Jordan. After processing the corresponding border arrangements, continuation to Jerash, city of the Decapolis located 45 km. north of Amman on the fertile heights of the Gilead.
Visit the ancient Roman city and its streets adorned with columns, the ancient theater, the baths located at the top of the hill, the triumphal arch, etc. Continuation to Amman, the capital of Jordan where a brief visit to the important places will be made.
Dinner and accommodation in Amman.
After breakfast, departure from the hotel to Petra on the desert road to Wadi Musa. Arrival in Petra the ancient capital of the Nabataeans from the third century BC.
Entrance through the Siq (narrow canyon), visit the monuments sculpted in Roca Rosa such as the treasure el Khazne (Tomb of a Nabatean King), then the obelisks, the tombs, the altar (Al Madbah).
Dinner and accommodation in Petra.
DAY 11: Sunday, October 10, 2020: Petra / Madaba / Mt. Nebo / Amman Depart to Madaba to visit the ancient Byzantine city and see the ancient mosaic of the map of the Holy Land and ruins of historical places.
It continues approximately 10 kms. towards Mount Nebo, place from where Moses admired the promised land. From that point we will enjoy a magnificent panoramic view of the Jordan Valley, Jericho and the Dead Sea and from there we will contemplate the remains of a Byzantine church with mosaic flooring.
Continuation to the city of Amman. Dinner and accommodation in Amman.
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