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Our itinerary is exciting and comprehensive, featuring the most important biblical sites plus some special places not usually visited by Christian tour groups.
If you have dreamed of understanding and experiencing more about the origins of our faith and want to visit the land where Jesus walked and ministered, we invite you to join us on this journey of spiritual discovery and renewal in Israel, Land of the Bible.
Your Tour Hosts,
Dr. Michael & Norma Letinsky
Day 1 & 2: Thursday May 15 & Friday, May 16: USA/Tel Aviv. Departure for Israel with a one night stop in Zurich. Aloft, we will have dinner, time to sleep, breakfast, and the opportunity to praise the Lord for His beautiful creation from the vantage point of 35,000 feet! We arrive in Zurich on Friday afternoon with time for dinner and a stroll downtown. The next morning we continue on to Israel.
Day 4: Sunday, May 18: Independence Hall, Caesarea, Megiddo, Mount Carmel, Nazareth, Tiberias. After breakfast, we begin our touring with a moving visit to Independence Hall, the place where the modern State of Israel was established in May, 1948. Then we drive north along the Mediterranean Sea to Caesarea, the Roman capital of Judea, to view the beautifully restored theater, the ruins of the ancient town, its harbor and aqueduct. We continue to Mukhraka on Mt. Carmel, where Elijah defeated the priests of Baal, then we travel inland to Megiddo (biblical Armageddon). After lunch we drive through Nazareth, and continue to our hotel beside the Sea of Galilee. Breakfast & dinner provided.
Day 6: Tuesday, May 20: “Jesus Boat," Banias, Dan, Golan Heights & Syrian Fortifications. After breakfast, we begin the day visiting the famous first century “Jesus boat," discovered at Nof Ginossar. Then we’ll drive through the Hula Valley to Banias (ancient Caesarea Philippi), at the foot of Mt. Hermon. We’ll take a short hike to the Banias waterfall and continue on to nearby Tel Dan, where we'll enjoy a beautiful nature walk and explore the rich biblical significance of the area. After ascending the Golan Heights, we visit Mt. Bental for a glimpse into Israel’s modern history. There will be time for a swim in the hotel pool or in the Sea of Galilee when we return. Breakfast & dinner provided.
Day 8: Thursday, May 22: Masada, Ein Gedi, Tabernacle in the Wilderness & Jerusalem.Today we visit the fortress of Masada, where Jewish defenders made their last stand against Rome in AD 73. We continue along the shore of the Dead Sea to the oasis of Ein Gedi, where King David hid from Saul in the Judean desert. En route to Jerusalem, we will make a special stop at the Tabernacle in the Wilderness. We’ll arrive at our hotel in Jerusalem in time for dinner and an after-dinner stroll in the downtown area. Breakfast & dinner provided.
Day 9: Friday, May 23: Old City of Jerusalem. Today is a full day of sightseeing in the Old City of Jerusalem, exploring our Christian heritage and its Jewish roots, including the Via Dolorosa, a visit to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher (possible site of the crucifixion and resurrection), a time of prayer at the Western (Wailing) Wall, the Temple Mount, and the Hasmonean Tunnels. We’ll have lunch in the Old City with some time to shop in the colorful bazaar and finish the day with a special Shabbat dinner and overnight at our Jerusalem hotel. Breakfast & dinner provided.
Day 12: Monday, May 26: New City of Jerusalem. After breakfast we'll tour through the new city outside the walls, including the model of Jerusalem during Jesus’ time, the Israel Museum where the Dead Sea Scrolls are housed, and the Holocaust Memorial at Yad Vashem. We end the day with a special time of worship, reflection and communion at the lovely Garden Tomb. Dinner and overnight at our Jerusalem hotel as we prepare to travel home. Breakfast & dinner provided.
Day 13: Tuesday, May 27: Israel/USA. Transfer to Ben Gurion Airport to check in for our return flight to the USA, arriving in Los Angeles in the evening.
Day 14: Wednesday, May 28: Petra, Jordan. After breakfast, we'll be picked up for our trip into Jordan to visit historic Petra. We’ll cross into Jordan at the Arava border and drive to the Nabatean capital of Petra, a secret and mystical city carved more than 2,000 years ago in pink sandstone. After a tour of the ancient city, including a portion on horseback, we board our bus and return to Israel. This whole day adventure finishes with a free evening to explore Eilat and overnight at our hotel. Breakfast provided.
Day 15: Thursday, May 29: Eliat, Ben Gurion & Zurich. Later today we fly to Ben Gurion Airport and check in for our return flight to the USA. We'll spend overnight again in lovely Zurich and fly home the following morning. Breakfast provided.
Day 16: Friday, May 30: Arrive USA. Our memorable journey comes to an end as we touch down in Los Angeles early this evening.
Important Note: Our tour is planned with the highest concern for security and safety and areas of potential danger. While we are in Israel, our tour organizer is in ongoing communication with government officials and local security coordinators, reviewing our daily itinerary to ensure maximum safety.
Kingdom Partners Israel Tour
Per Person, double occupancy : $3445
Single Room Supplement: $675
Per Person, double occupancy: $640
Single Room Supplement: $240
Jordan Border Taxes & Fees: $35 (paid locally)
Please download the reservation application and fax or mail it to us, together with your $300 per person deposit. Fax to: 215-572-9803. Mail to 500 Old York Road, Suite 200, Jenkintown, PA 19046.
Pastor Michael & Norma Letinsky
434 Newcastle St.
Thousand Oaks, CA 91361
Michael and Norma share the same passion to encourage and enable people to become fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ. Norma is also a professional educator and Bible teacher. They are partners in ministry and enjoy teaching and serving together. Having both come from Jewish backgrounds prior to receiving Christ, and having lived, worked, studied, and traveled extensively in Israel, Michael and Norma often bring a fresh Hebraic perspective to their teaching and tours. Their teachings are practical and thoroughly biblical; their style is warm, engaging, and transparent. Their greatest joy is bringing people into a deeper relationship with the Living God.
Currently, in addition to ministering in several local churches through Kingdom Partners, Michael is coaching pastors and leaders. Michael and Norma have been married for over 30 years, and have two sons and a daughter-in-law who all love the Lord.
For more information about the Letinskys and their ministry, visit their website at www.kingdompartners.org.