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Holy Land Tour Trips to Israel

Due to Israel's Covid travel protocols, we are sorry to say that all our trips are canceled until further notice. 
May 14~June 3, 2022


The Holy Land Experience Trip of a Lifetime!

21-Day Trip

Would you like to have a life-changing and never-to-be-forgotten experience? If so, it is our joy to invite you to join us on a trip of a lifetime to the Bible Lands, where you will find a new dimension in understanding Christian history and the life of our Lord. We will visit places where Jesus walked, lived, taught, performed miracles, where He was crucified, and raised from the dead. We will take a boat ride on the Sea of Galilee and immerse ourselves in what the disciples experienced as Jesus walked on water and calmed the sea.

If it's Bible you want, then this trip is for you. Dr. Fink will give biblical and historical teachings at each place we visit in the Holy Land. Therefore, this trip is designed to provide an in-depth study and perspective from the Scriptures of the events and places of the Bible.


"An absolutely amazing trip with a guy who knows his Bible and can relate it to you in-country.  I've gone with this dear friend of mine to Israel twice. It's an 11 out of 10 trip!"

Dan Reeves

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Holy Land Trip Registration Form (required for each person)

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Deposit Due ~ $500.00 USD

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Final Payment ~ $1,600.00 USD Due by March 1, 2022

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The Holy Land Experience!

21-Day Trip

COST OF TRIP (Approximate) – $4,850

Holy Land Site Trip Fee - $2,100 Per Person 


Items covered by Holy Land Site Ministries:

  • Transportation in Israel Via a Deluxe A/C Motorcoach

  • All Park & Entrance Passes

  • Holy Land Site Tour Guide and Bible Teacher, Dr. Fink

  • Wireless Headsets for a Better Listening Experience


Individual Costs – $2,750 Per Person

In order to keep our trips as affordable as possible, we allow individuals to book their own lodging and airfare. Also, in order to see as many sites as possible, and again, keep costs down, we have folks pack a sack lunch. The hotels will provide breakfast. For dinner, folks can enjoy the culture by eating out at local restaurants. Dinners can also be prepared at most of the hotels as they will have a large shared kitchen if desired. 

Items to be covered by each individual:

The costs below are close estimates. If you want to stay in dorm facilities at the hotels, eat more inexpensively or cook your own meals at the hotels, and get a great deal on airfare, you could do this trip for even less.

  • Meals in Israel (sack lunch and dinner) ...  $550 per person

(Breakfast included in Hotel cost) 

  • Lodging in Israel (found on itinerary) .... $1,200 per person (Based on private, double occupancy rooms.)

  • Airfare ........................................................ $1,000 per person

  • Travel from Ben Gurion Airport to Abraham Hotel/Hostel, 21 Levontin Street, Tel Aviv, and from Abraham Hotel/Hostel, 67 Haneviim Street, Davidka Square, Jerusalem to Ben Gurion Airport. A taxi can be taken from the airport to Abraham Hotel/Hostel, Tel Aviv ($12.00 per person, four per taxi), and a light-rail train or shuttle can be taken from Jerusalem to the airport ($7.00 light-rail, $20.00 shuttle). Due to multiple arrivals and departures from passengers, it is not possible for us to attend everyone’s various time schedules. However, we are happy to help in any way possible with these arrangements.​



If you want to spend more time in Israel and see more holy sites, then this trip is designed for you. Most trips to the Holy Land allow only around 7-8 full days in Israel. This severely limits what can be seen. Therefore, most who go to the Holy Land miss out on many significant holy sites as a result. This trip will have you in Israel for 17-18 full days. You will, therefore, see about everything significant there is to see in Israel. 


A 21-day trip like this is typically quite expensive (if you can find one). Why can we do it so inexpensively? Because we are eliminating tour companies, travel agencies, tour guides, etc., and are providing these services instead. We are also allowing you to book your own airfare, lodging, and some of your meals. And lastly, we are staying in nice, clean hotels/hostels instead of expensive hotels. It is our pleasure to serve you and our Lord Jesus Christ in offering you this special and affordable trip of a lifetime.


Because this is a custom trip, each participant will be required to book their own airfare, lodging, and purchase some of their own meals. 



This trip is not for the weak and faint of heart! There will a fair amount of walking, some hiking, times when it could be warm (Dead Sea area), etc. Those considering this trip need to be in pretty good shape and able to withstand some discomfort at times due to heat, walking, hiking, etc. Our estimated walking distance will be about 1-2 miles a day.



We are limiting the group size to 30 people. This will allow us to be more efficient and see more places in Israel. Larger teams bring a different dynamic that slows things down and makes travel more difficult.



Each person will be responsible for booking their own air travel to Israel (to and from Ben Gurion Airport). Please make plans to arrive no later than 3:00 pm, so you have of time to attend our mandatory orientation and get-acquainted meeting at 7:00 pm at the community meeting place at our Tel Aviv Abraham Hotel? Due to customs and obtaining visas, please allow approximately 3 hours from airport arrival to hotel arrival. The hotel is about 15-30 minutes from the airport depending on traffic.



We will be transported around in a large air-conditioned motorcoach while in all areas of Israel except Jerusalem. When in Jerusalem, we will be walking and using other services.



We will be staying at hotels with private rooms and bathrooms during our time in Israel. Many hotels in Israel are also called hostels. These hotels/hostels provide the best of both worlds. They have private rooms and bathrooms but also offer dorm-style lodging. Additionally, they have group kitchens for any meal prep if desired, community gathering areas, washing machines, etc. Our itinerary shows the hotels/hostels where we will stay (a total of three: Tel Aviv, Tiberias, Jerusalem). Please scroll down to the bottom of this page for hotel reservation links. 


You will be allowed one carry-on piece of luggage and one suitcase. Because each person will be responsible to transport their luggage from the motorcoach to the hotels, it is highly recommended to keep your suitcase under 40 pounds. This will also prevent you from an extra charge by airlines for heavy luggage.



Each person will be responsible for paying for their own lunches and dinners.

  • Breakfast - The hotels will provide breakfast and a group kitchen for meal preparation if desired. The hotel in Tiberias provides breakfast for 12.00 per person additional cost unless you include it when booking your room.

  • Lunch - Because eating out is quite expensive in Israel, and eating with a large group can occupy one or more hours of the day, plus, we will be on the go and not always close to a restaurant, each trip participant will prepare themself a daily sack lunch. Each day at noon we will take a break, eat, and then carry on. Lunch items can be purchased at local grocery stores, and the hotels will have refrigerators in the rooms.

  • Dinner – On your own. Enjoy the local culture as you eat at local restaurants, etc. Dinners can also be prepared at the hotels/hostels if desired.



Holy Land Site Ministries will pay for all park and entrance fees to all sites. You will be responsible for paying any entrance fees you want to see during your free time.



Our visits will normally last around two hours. We will begin with a Bible teaching by Dr. Fink to help us understand the historical background, points of interest, Bible events that took place there, and a faith lesson. After understanding the context of the site, we will then do a walking tour to see all the points of interest. Some of the Bible teachings might be filmed for publishing on our website.



A valid U.S. Passport is required. Passports must not expire until 6 months after trip dates in Israel.



Please utilize the videos and info on our website that provide help and orientation to better understand many of the biblical sites we will be visiting, the history of Israel, and other helpful info. In addition, we will provide helpful info leading up to our trip that will help prepare you to get the most out of your holy land experience.



We’ve chosen the dates in May to visit Israel because the weather is stable, the days are longer, and there are no Jewish Holidays that will interfere with our travels.



Please take into consideration there might be slight adjustments to the schedule depending on things out of our control. Additionally, if the team would like some flexibility in seeing sights, we are happy to make adjustments if possible.



Credit cards and Dollars are readily accepted, Shekels can be drawn from ATM’s.



All the hotels we will be staying at will provide free Internet. Phone sim cards can be purchased for around $39.99 if you want Internet service at all times while in Israel.


We will leave our place of lodging each day at 7:30 am and return around 5:00–5:30 pm. From this time on, you will have free time to eat, relax, see the local sites and culture, etc. There will be restaurants close by to our hostels where you can eat by yourself or with others in the group as desired.


The minimum age for trip participants is 12 years old.


Please see our detailed itinerary below.


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If you are serious about going on this trip to Israel then you will want to register at your earliest convenience. Our trips fill up fast and some are already getting close to full.


Dr. Todd (Mike) & Letsy Fink

More about the Finks




Please make plans to arrive at Ben Gurion Airport, Tel Aviv, on May 14, 2022, by 3:00 pm. This will give you have plenty of time to attend our mandatory orientation and get-acquainted meeting at 7:00 pm at the community meeting place at our Tel Aviv Abraham Hotel. Due to customs and obtaining your visas, please allow 3 hours from airport arrival to hotel arrival.



After arriving in at the Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv, Israel, you will proceed and go through customs. Please don’t lose your small tourist visa provided to you. Afterward, you can take a taxi to Abraham Hotel in Tel Aviv. The hotel is just 15 min. from the airport.

Lodging at Abraham Hotel/Hostel Tel Aviv, 21 Levontin Street, Tel Aviv. 1 night total.


Refreshed from a good night's sleep, we'll visit Old Jaffa (Joppa), the traditional home of Simon the Tanner, the port from which Jonah sailed, and the logs arrived for construction of the Temple in Jerusalem. Afterward, we'll pass through the fast-growing towns and farms of the Plain of Sharon en route to Caesarea Maritima, site of major events in the lives of Peter and Paul. We'll Visit Mt. Carmel, where Elijah the Prophet had his great showdown with the false prophets of Baal. Then it's on to Megiddo (Armageddon), where part of the last battle will be fought upon Christ's return, and where archaeological digs reveal 20 layers of civilization, including fortifications of King Solomon and the water tunnel of King Ahab. Megiddo provides a magnificent view of the fertile Jezreel Valley, prophesied site of Armageddon, at the crossroads of the ancient Via Maris. Then it's on to Tiberius and the Sea of Galilee, which will be our base for the next 6 nights. 
Lodging at Aviv Holiday Flat Hotel, 2 Hanotar Street, Tiberias. 6 nights total.

This day alone is worth the trip! We are now literally walking in the footsteps of Jesus. We will take a most memorable boat ride on the Sea of Galilee, in a replica of the ancient wooden boat used in Jesus’ day. We’ll visit Mount of Beatitudes, location of the beautiful Sermon on the Mount where Christ preached his longest and most famous sermon. Then on to Capernaum, where Jesus set up His home ministry base and preached often in the ancient synagogue. We’ll end the day at a site with a breathtaking view overlooking the Sea of Galilee.

We’ll begin the day visiting Magdala, the hometown of Mary Magdalene, from whom Christ cast out seven demons. We’ll then visit the new excavations at the newly discovered site of biblical Bethsaida. We will continue our drive around the Sea of Galilee to Kursi, the place where Christ cast out a legion of demons out of a demon-possessed man. We’ll hike up to the caves at Kursi where we’ll view the site of the feeding of the 5,000 and the mountain from where Jesus prayed afterward. We’ll drive all around the Sea of Galilee and finish the day on top of Mt. Arbel, the believed place where Christ gave the Great Commission, and which provides a breathtaking view of the Sea of Galilee.

We’ll journey north to Caesarea Philippi where Peter confessed, “You are the Christ, the Son of the Living God” (Matthew 16:16). We’ll visit Tel Dan, the place that became the downfall of Israel. We’ll see Chorazin, one of the three towns Jesus cursed. Then it’s on to Tabgha, the place Peter was restored to ministry, and the location where Christ likely called some of His disciples. 

We’ll drive through the rolling hills of Galilee to the Wedding Church of Cana, site of Christ’s first miracle. Then on to Nazareth, site of Mary's Well, the Church of the Annunciation, Synagogue Church where Jesus preached, and Mt. Precipice. Then it’s on to Sepphoris, a magnificent Roman City where Christ likely worked with His father, place of mass crucifixion, and the spiritual center of Jewish learning after 70 AD.

We’ll drive along the Jordan Valley to Beth Shean, a stunning Roman Decapolis city and the place where Saul and his son’s bodies were hanged after defeat in battle. We’ll visit Gideon’s Spring, where Gideon selected his soldiers to do battle against the Midianites. We’ll then head to Mt. Tabor, the traditional site of the transfiguration of Christ.

We'll drive south along the Jordan Valley following the footsteps that Jesus and His disciples would have walked, arriving at the Baptismal Site of Jesus where John baptized Jesus. Then to Jericho, the oldest known walled city and first place Joshua and the Israelites conquered upon entering the Promised Land. We'll then visit Qumran, where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found in 1947. Then, we'll ascend and enter Jerusalem as pilgrims did since ancient times to fulfill the words of the prophet "I was glad when they said unto me: 'Our feet shall stand within thy Gates, O Jerusalem'" (Psalms 122:1–2.) 
Lodging at Abraham Hotel/Hostel, 67 Haneviim Street, Davidka Square, Jerusalem. 11 nights total. 

We’ll begin the day with a drive to Masada, overlooking the Dead Sea, the lowest spot on Earth, where we ascend by cable car to visit the remnants of Herod's Palace, where in 73 A.D. the Zealots made their last stand against the might of Rome. We’ll visit Sodom and Gomorrah, the cities God destroyed by fire and brimstone due to their wickedness. Then, what would a visit to Israel be without taking a dip, or rather a float, in the Dead Sea? We’ll finish the day at Ein Gedi, a gorgeous oasis spring with waterfalls where David hid from King Saul.

We will visit Bethlehem and see Manger Square, the Church of the Nativity, and ascend the magnificent Herodian Fortress where we’ll view the Shepherds' Fields, the Fields of Boaz and Ruth, and Bethlehem. We’ll then travel to the Valley of Elah, the place where David slew Goliath. Then on to Beth Shemesh, the place where key events in the life of Samson took place and where the Ark of the Covenant miraculously was returned to the Israelites by the Philistines.

Today we’ll travel north to the ancient Samaria region of the Bible. We visit Shechem, place Abraham first entered into the Promised Land and erected an altar. We’ll see and drink out of Jacob’s Well, the place where Jesus talked with the Samaritan woman. We’ll see where Joseph’s bones were buried at the Tomb of Joseph. We’ll drive on top of Mt. Gerizim, where the blessings were given, and we’ll attempt to see Joshua’s Altar. Time permitting, we’ll visit the ancient city of Ancient Samaria

We’ll see ancient Shiloh, the place the tabernacle resided for 369 years, and where Hannah prayed for a son (Samuel). Then it’s on to ancient Bethel, the place Jacob saw a ladder to heaven, where the tabernacle resided as well, and where Jeroboam erected a Golden Calf. We'll visit the site of ancient Ai, the second city Joshua and the Israelites destroyed. We’ll finish the day at Gibeon, a famous high place where the tabernacle resided and where Solomon had an encounter with God who promised him wisdom, wealth, and power.

Today we’ll visit Hebron and see the Cave of Machpelah, where the patriarchs are buried, we’ll visit the Oaks of Mamre, where God appeared to Abraham. We’ll then travel to Beersheba, where Abraham living and made a covenant with Abimelech. We’ll end the day with a visit to Lachish, the last town destroyed during the Assyrian conquest, and we’ll learn about how God miraculously saved Jerusalem from the Assyrians.

Ahh, there's no place like Jerusalem! We’ll start the day with a magnificent view of the Old City from the top of the Mt. of Olives. We’ll visit the Chapel of Ascension, place where Christ ascended back to heaven and where His feet will touch down at His glorious second coming. We'll visit Pater Noster Church, place Christ taught His disciples how to pray. We’ll take the Palm Sunday Walk to the Garden of Gethsemane and the Church of All Nations. Along the way, we’ll visit Dominus Flevit, place where Christ wept over Jerusalem. We’ll see Mary’s Tomb and then enjoy free time in Old City Jerusalem.

We’ll begin the day at the Israel Museum, then visit the Shrine of the Book Museum where we’ll see a model layout of Jerusalem shortly after the time of Christ, and the famous Isaiah Scroll from the Dead Sea Scrolls. We'll then experience the Ben Yehuda Market area, Jerusalem's most happening and life-filled market.

Today, we’ll visit and walk upon the Temple Mount, the location where Solomon’s Temple was and the holiest and most battled-over piece of land in the world. We’ll visit the Southern Stairs, which was the main entrance to the Temple Mount, a place Christ and His disciples would have often been, and the likely place where Pentecost took place. We’ll walk through the Cardo, the original Roman street, and see the amazing remains of the massive Broad Wall built by King Hezekiah. We’ll go to Mt. Zion, the location of the Upper Room of the Last Supper. We’ll then visit the House of Caiaphas, where Christ was tried before Caiaphas and Ananias, the high priests. Free time afterward.

We’ll see Pilate’s Palace and judgment place where Christ was condemned to crucifixion. We’ll visit the Church of St. Anne and the Pool of Bethesda. We’ll walk along the Via Dolorosa and see the Stations of the Cross. We’ll visit the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and then see and experience the Western Wall, the Jew’s most holy site in Israel. The remainder of the day is free time.

Today we’ll visit the City of David, which includes the Gihon Spring, Jerusalem’s main water supply, and the location of King David’s Tomb. Then we’ll make our way to the Pool of Siloam, where Christ healed a blind man. Then we’ll walk up the Kidron Valley (Valley of Jehoshaphat) where God’s winepress of wrath will be poured out on the gathered nations at Christ second coming and from where the blood (the height of a horse’s bridle) will flow to the Dead Sea and beyond. While walking up the Kidron Valley, we’ll visit Absalom’s Tomb (monument). The remainder of the day is free time to explore Jerusalem on your own or see other interesting sites together as desired.

Today, unless you have alternate plans, you’ll transfer to the airport and arrive home with wonderful memories of a visit to the Land of the Bible! A shuttle service (which takes about an hour) will transport you to Ben Gurion Airport. Because of Israel’s security measures, you will need to arrive at the airport at least 3 hours before boarding time. 

Return home filled with an overflowing heart knowing that you walked in the footsteps of Christ and experienced the actual places where many of the events in the Bible took place.


Biblical Sites


Israel Overview Tour of All Biblical Sites

Jerusalem Sites


Jerusalem Overview

Jerusalem Holy Sites Overview


Antonia Fortress

Chapel of the Ascension: Ascension & Return of Christ

Church of the Holy Sepulchre

City of David Overview


Dominus Flevit Church: Triumphal Entry

Eastern Gate


Garden of Gethsemane: Church of All Nations


Garden Tomb: Resurrection of Christ


Gethsemane to Golgotha:

Christ's Path to the Cross

Hezekiah's Broad Wall


Hinnom Valley Overview


House of Caiaphas: Peter's Denial of Christ


Kidron Valley: Judgment of God


Mary's Tomb


Mount of Olives Overview


Pater Noster Church: Lord's Prayer, Olivet Discourse

Pilate's Palace: Trial of Jesus

Pool of Bethesda & St. Anne 



Pool of Siloam

Prophecy, Proof the Bible Is True: Mount of Olives


Solomon's Temple

Temple Mount Overview

Temple Location


Temple Southern Stairs


Temple Cleansing by Jesus


Temple & the Early Church

Tomb of King David

Tomb of the Prophets


The Upper Room

Via Dolorosa


History Of Jerusalem's Walls and Gates


Western Wall & Tunnels Tour

Other Sites In Jerusalem

Sea of Galilee Sites


Sea of Galilee Overview




Calling of the Disciples


Capernaum Overview




Feeding of the 5,000


Jesus Walks on Water, Calms the Sea


Kursi: Demonic Man Healed


Magdala: Mary Magdalene


Mount Arbel: The Great Commission

Mount of Beatitudes


Sower's Cove: Parables of the Kingdom


Tabgha: Restoration of Peter

Yardenit Baptismal Site

Other Sites Around the Sea of Galilee

Northern Israel Sites


Beth Shean

Beth Shean Amphitheater


Caesarea Maritima


Caesarea Philippi


Cana: First Miracle of Jesus

Dan (City of Dan)

Gideon's Spring


Jordan River Overview

Megiddo: Armageddon


Mount Carmel & Elijah

Mount Tabor: Transfiguration of Christ


Nazareth Overview


Nazareth: Church of Annunciation


Nazareth: Mt. Precipice

Sepphoris (Tsipori, Zippori)


Other Sites In Northern Israel


Central Israel Sites






Ein Karem (Kerem)


Emmaus Road 


Gezer: On Crossroads of the World

Gibeon - Nabi Samwil



Inn of the Good Samaritan


Jericho ~ Tell Es-Sultan


Joppa (Jaffa, Yafo) Overview

Jordan River: Crossing into the Promised Land

Jordan River Baptismal Site of Jesus (Qsar al-Yahud)

Judean Wilderness

Judean Wilderness: Testing of Jesus

Qumran: Dead Sea Scrolls


Samaria (Sabastia)



Shechem: Jacob's Well


Shiloh: Center of Worship

St. George's Monastery (Wadi Qelt)

Valley of Elah: David & Goliath

Other Sites In Central Israel

Southern Israel Sites




Beer Sheba: The Patriarchs


Bethlehem Overview

Bethlehem: Church of Nativity


Bethlehem: David & the Psalms

Bethlehem: Herodian Fortress


Bethlehem: Naomi, Ruth, Boaz


Bethlehem: Shepherds' Field


En-Gedi: Living Waters


Exodus, Red Sea Crossing, Mt. Sinai




Hebron Overview

Oaks of Mamre, Hebron


Kadesh Barnea





Mount Sinai


Sodom & Gomorrah

The Philistines & Their City Strongholds


Timnah: Life of Samson

Timna Park: Tabernacle, Moses


Other Sites In Southern Israel

Other Biblical Sites

Noah's Ark & the Great Flood

Noah's Ark Location

Biblical Series


Life & Ministry of Jesus Series

Holy Land Site

Experience the Holy Land Online!

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