October 25, 2021

Joppa, known in modern times as Jaffa or Yafo,  was an ancient seaport mentioned in both the old and new testaments.

Caesarea was a Herodian harbor City located on Israel’s Mediterranean Sea strip, the ruins of which now consist of the Caesarea National Park. If you’re looking for a place that has a rich history, impressive archaeological significance, and recreational activities all-in-one, this Park is for you! With the splendor of a mini Rome and a hint of remains from the Crusader period, this site has layers of history ready to be uncovered and explored!

 

Ein Gedi Nature Reserve is a serene wildlife reserve with a rich Biblical history that offers immaculate scenery, wondrous wildlife, and an adventurous hike. It is the perfect place to go if you love wildlife, traveling, hiking or just want a retreat from your monotonous daily routine.

Masada Fortress in Israel is on the eastern edge of the Judean Desert. This ancient stone fortress in Israel which is located around 400 meters above the Dead Sea. This fortress has now been preserved and renovated by the Israel government. The Masada Fortress was also declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the year 2001.

The Sea of Galilee is located in the northeastern region of Israel. This is Israel’s largest freshwater lake and in Hebrew it is also known as Yam Kinneret.   Jesus spent much of his ministry touring locations around the Sea of Galilee, as well as joining his disciples on fishing excursions, as some of his disciples were in fact fishermen when he called them to join in his ministry.

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