Genesis Boutique Travel
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The following are suggested tours for SSVM Conference
June 2011 Ein Gedi:
Option 1 Petra:
June 2nd – Thursday
Pick up in the afternoon around 4:00 pm.
Transfer to Eilat the most southern city in Israel (driving
distance is around 2 hours).
Overnight in Eilat 4 stars hotel possible with dinner.
June 3rd- Friday
7;30 – pick up from hotel in Eilat and transfer to Arava
border (located 15 minutes drive)
Cross over to Jordan. Once you cross over our Jordanian
guide and vehicle will be waiting to assist you.
Drive to Petra. After ending all border-formalities we drive
up to the "Desert Highway"
And then to the "Rose Red City" - Petra. We enter the
ancient city through the
famous "Siq" - a narrow natural gorge that made the
secret entrance to Petra
At once the valley of Petra opens in front of us, and we
see the famous "Khazane" ("Treasury")
We visit the most famous monuments, carved in the red
Sandstone and eat lunch nearby.
Return to Arava Border and return to Eilat where our
driver will wait for you for pick and transfer you to Eilat
Possible to fly to Tel Aviv from Eilat (45 minutes flight).
Overnight Tel Aviv.
June 4th – Saturday
Possible to enjoy a full day tour of Tel Aviv and Old Jaffa
Or Possible to enjoy a full day tour of Old Jerusalem and
return to Tel Aviv.
Option 2 Christian Oriented Tour:
June 2nd – Thursday
Pick up in the afternoon around 4:00 pm from Ein Gedi
and transfer to Jerusalem.
Possible to enjoy dinner in Jerusalem.
June 3rd – Friday
Old Jerusalem and Bethlehem:
After breakfast, we drive to the Chapel of the
Ascension (1:9-12), on top of the Mount of Olives,
where we will enjoy a beautiful panoramic view of the
Old City of Jerusalem and the Kidron Valley. We will
then stroll down Palm Sunday Route, stopping at the
tear shaped chapel of Dominus Flevit. This chapel
marks the traditional site where Jesus wept viewing
the city of Jerusalem. We continue walking down the
Mount of Olives to the Garden of Gethsemane, where
we visit the Church of All Nations. From the Garden of
Gethsemane, we proceed to the Tomb of the Virgin
Mary, the site where the blessed Virgin died. (If
security permits) We then drive to Bethlehem, where
we will spend the afternoon
visiting the Church of The Nativity. Walk through the
Bethlehem streets to the Milk Gate, Manger Square,
Shepeherd's Fileds in Beit Sahour.
June 4th – Saturday
Tour the Old City of Jerusalem:
enter the Old City via the Dung Gate, see the holiest site in
Jerusalem - the Western (Wailing) Wall. Convent of Zion
Sisters, called Antonia Fortress, see the huge cistern
Lithostrotos (pavement), View the Temple Mount to view
the third holiest shrine of Islam the golden Dome of the
Rock from where Mohammed ascended to heaven, and the
Al Aksa mosque. Follow Via Dolorosa (Way of Sorrows),
tracing footsteps of Jesus after he was condemned to
death and taken for execution, we reaching the Church of
the Holy Sepulchure, where many Christians believe Jesus
was crucified, buried and resurrected.
Drive to Mt Zion and see St. Peter in Gallicantu built over
the palace of the High Priest Caiphas. Stop at the
traditional Tomb of the King David and room of the Jesus
13:00 We will enjoy oriental lunch in the old city such as
falafel, shwarma, humus, pita bread etc.
June 5th – Sunday
Nazareth and Sea of Galillee.
Drive to Nazareth, the boyhood home of Jesus. Here we
will visit the Grotto of the Annunciation and the Church of
St. Joseph. These churches are located over the traditional
site where Mary and Joseph lived. We will also visit the
site of the Synagogue of Nazareth where Jesus preached
his first sermon, and stop at the ancient City Well where it
is believed, the Angel Gabriel appeared to Mary.
On the Sea of Galilee to Capernaum, the center of Jesus'
Galilean ministry and the site of many of His miracles
(Mark 2:4; Matt. 8:5; 14-17; 9:1-7; 17:18). We will see the
remains of Peter's house and the synagogue site where
Jesus taught and worshiped (Mark 1:21; Luke 4:31).
Continue to Tabgha, the site of the multiplication of the
loaves and the fishes (John 6:1-14) and the Mount of
Beatitudes where Jesus delivered what is perhaps the
most famous sermon ever preached - "The Sermon On The
Mount" (Matt. 5).
Option 3 – Jewish Oriented Tour:
June 3rd – Friday –
will begin the day at Hass promenade to
view the entire city of Jerusalem from the south east. The
promenade is located next to the U.N headquarters in the
Middle East right on the border line between Israel and
Jordan up to 1967 war. We will continue to Mt. Zion
visiting King David's tomb. We will enter the Old City via
Zion gate into Jewish quarter. We walk through the Cardo,
the Roman Byzantine shopping mall, and see the ruins of
the Hurba synagogue and if possible also visit Ramban
synagogue. These two are among the oldest synagogues
in the old city. On to the Burnt House to see the audio
visual program on life of the High Priest right before the
destruction of the Second Temple. Continue to the
Herodian quarter with the ruins of the houses of the High
Priests in the area called the "the Upper City" today in the
Jewish quarter. Descend the steps to the Western Wall.
Visit the Western Wall Tunnels which were only recently
June 4th – Saturday –
Tel Aviv and area:
In the morning visit the Ayalon institute. The place was a
hidden underground ammunition factory of the "hagana"
–the Israeli underground; camouflaged as regular farming
kibbutz .The British never uncovered this activity. Tour
Tel Aviv, the business and the cultural center of Israel.
Continue to famous Dizengoff St., visit Independence Hall
where the State of Israel was declared, visit "Hacarmel"
market –the open air shuk for the fresh fruit and
vegetable of Tel Aviv. Visit Old Jaffa port that was the
most important port at the ancient times. Through this
port the ciders from Lebanon were imported in order to
build Solomon's Temple in Jerusalem. Visit the artist
colony and the galleries of old Jaffa overnight Jerusalem.
June 5th – Sunday – Modern Jerusalem –
We will begin our tour at Yad Vashem - The Holocaust
Memorial. Then to Mount Herzel, the burial place of Golda
Meir, Yitzhak Rabin and other leaders of the nation and
Israel Military cemetery. Visit the Israel museum and
Holyland model (miniature model of Jerusalem as existed
right before the destruction of the temple). Pass by the
Supreme Court and and the Knesset - Israel's Parliament.
Drive to the famous market of Jerusalem "Mahne
Yehuda". If time permits drive by the orthodox
neighborhood of Jerusalem "Meah Sharim".
Rates: depends on the number of people that will sign up
for the tours.
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