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JULY, 21 - 31
*This itinerary is subject to changes and modifications due to government imperatives or country
ArrivalFriday | July, 21
Arrive to Israel.
Airport pickup and transfer to hotel in Galilee around Magdala area.
Feast of Mary MagdaleneSaturday | July,
Feast of Mary Magdaleneisit to Mt. Arbel to get a beautiful sight of the Sea of Galilee and understand the geographical location of Jesus public ministry.
Boat ride on the Sea of Galilee. Live it as Jesus and his apostles did.
Visit Magdala and Celebrate the Feast of St. Mary Magdalene - Eucharistic Celebration.
Galilee Walk the Jesus Trail ISunday | July, 23
Hike to Mt. Tabor, the site of the Transfiguration of the Lord.
Visit Cana, where Jesus began his public ministry.
Visit Nazareth and celebrate the Eucharist at the Church of the Annunciation, followed by visits to the house of the Virgin Mary, and the Holy Family's house.
North of Israel & YouthFestTuesday | July, 24
Visit Caesarea Philippi, where the Jordan River springs, and Jesus entrusted Peter with the keys to the Kingdom of Heaven.
We will travel to the Golan Heights and meditate on the encounter of Jesus with Saint Paul on his way to Damascus.
Return to Magdala for the Encounter YouthFest with Martín Valverde, Mary Carmen Barría, José Ignacio, Rogelio Casasola, Ana Bolívar, David Filio and Paola Pablo.
Mt. Carmel, Haifa & Eucharistic AdorationWednesday | July,
We will visit Akko, where the last bastion of the Crusades on Holy Land took place.
Visit Mount Carmel, where the Carmelites started their religious order and where the Stella Maris devotion began.
Encounter at Magdala for Eucharistic Celebration and Eucharistic Adoration with praise & worship.
Galilee Walk the Jesus Trail IIMonday | July, 26
Hike through the Via Maris. Walk on the roads that Jesus walked with his apostles. We will begin at the Kibbutz Lavi, and end at Magdala by Wadi Hamaam.
Visit the Mount of Beatitudes; Tabgha, where the miracle of the multiplication of the loaves and fishes took place; Peter's Primacy and Capernaum.
Jericho, Jordan River, Death SeaThursday | July,
Travel through the Jordan Valley to Jericho, the oldest walled city in the world.
Renew your faith on the banks of the Jordan River, where the Bible says Jesus was baptized.
Float on the dead sea, the lowest place on earth.
Discover and enjoy the desert.
Bethlehem & JerusalemFriday | July, 28
Visit Bethlehem, where Jesus was born, and Shepherd's Field, where the angels announced Jesus' birth.
Christmas Eucharistic Celebration in the Nativity Church.
Visit Jerusalem: Mount Zion, 's David Tomb, The Cenacle, Dormition Abbey, Saint Peter Gallicantu.
Learn more about Jerusalem during Jesus' times in the Israel Museum and the Shrine of the Book, where you can see the Dead Sea (Qumram) Scrolls.
JerusalemSaturday | July,
Continue our visit of Jerusalem: Mount of Olives, Chapel of the Ascension, Pater Noster Church, Dominus Flevit, Church of All Nations, Grotto of Getsemani, and the Tomb of the Virgin.
Visit the Old City of Jerusalem: Saint Anne Church, Mary’s birthplace, Bethesda pool, follow Jesus' steps through the Via Dolorosa, Lithostrotos, Calvary, and the Holy Sepulchre.
Caesarea Maritima & Tel AvivSunday | July, 30
Visit Tel Aviv and the old city of Jaffa.
Visit Caesarea Maritima. In the Roman theater, Saint Peter baptized the first pagans, Cornelio the Centurion, and his house. Finish your journey with a Eucharistic Celebration in this place.
FarewellMonday | July, 31
Transportation to the airport.
Share room opcion will be booked in quadruple and triple occupancy. The hotel is not kosher. Travel insurance is not included. Flights are not included. Check inn: standard check-in time is 15:00. Check out: Is at 11:00. July 25 at 6:00 p.m. meeting at the beach of Magdala for the great religious music concert. Buffet dinner at the place and return to the hotels. Random document and passenger inspections may be conducted at the Israeli airport and border crossing, and travellers must comply with the requirements of the Population and Immigration Authority. VAT will apply for Israeli citizens only during the time of check-in according to the Israel value-added tax law, foreign people must show their passport.
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