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Join Dr. Dave and Grace Park for the ultimate 15-day private journey through the Holy Land and Jordan. Four great dates to choose from:

June 10th-25th, 2019

February 10th-25th, 2020 

May 10th-25th, 2020

February 10th-25th, 2021 


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We will be traveling through the Holy Land and Jordan, June 10-25, 2019. We will fly direct from New York City to Tel-Aviv to begin the adventure of a lifetime or join us on one of the upcoming dates. We prefer smaller intimate tours so space is often limited to just 30 guests, so send in your $300 deposit as soon as possible to secure your spot. Simply scroll to the bottom of this page and enter in your information, by sending in your deposit your space is secure.


* Direct flights from New York to Tel-Aviv

* Private Motor Coach

* First Class Hotels

* Private Guide (Nabil Kort)

* Infusion Worship team

* Infusion Prayer Team

* Breakfast and Dinner included

* St. Peters Lunch (fish from the Sea of Galilee)

* Boat ride on the Sea of Galilee

* Special Bible Messages (Dr. Dave Park)

* Entrance to all sites included

* Tips included

* Lowest Price of any 15-day tour

* Low Deposit






All your hotels, dinners, and breakfasts are included in your package as well as tips and all entrance fees to sites. In addition to an incredible 15-day tour, we include powerful times of worship and special times of listening prayer to encourage you! This makes your Israel and Jordan journey truly life-changing. Our Journey includes a personalized Infusion Ministries Holyland Handbook that contains your complete itinerary and song sheets, as well as site information. A special 15-day devotional is as incorporated.

DAY # 1 – Meet in New York, catch our direct flight to Tel-Aviv.

DAY # 2 – Netanya on the Meditteranean Sea, Free time, worship by the Sea

After you arrive in Israel, you will be staying on the beautiful Meditteranean Sea. Meet Pastor Nabil Kort our professional Israel guide. Nabil is on staff with Infusion Ministries and a licensed guide. Nabil grew up in the Old City of Jerusalem and also pastors a church in Jerusalem. We will travel northward to our hotel for one night in the coastal city of Netanya. The remainder of the day is “Free”. Walk along the Mediterranean Sea. Relax, have dinner, and prepare your heart for an incredible encounter with Jesus and watch the sunset over the “Great Sea.” Enjoy a special time of Worship with our Infusion Worship Team by the coast. Have a good night’s rest.

DAY # 3 – Tiberias, Caesarea by the Sea, Mt. Carmel, Megiddo, Roman Aqueduct, Crusader Castle, Roman Amphitheater

After a good night’s rest and a hearty breakfast, our first full day includes a visit to Caesarea by the Sea, where Paul the Apostle took all four of his missionary journeys, Acts 13:1. We will see an ancient aqueduct by the Sea, Mount Carmel where Elijah defeated the false prophets of Baal, 1 Kings 17. We will see the ancient tell of Megiddo were 26 layers of civilizations have been found and were Solomon build a six-chambered gate, 1 Kings 9:15. All this in our first full day!




* We travel a short bus ride (private, air-conditioned motor coach to Caesarea by the Sea.

* Visit the Crusader’s Castle.

* The Roman Amphitheater.

* The port from which the Apostle Paul sailed to Rome.

* Visit an ancient Roman Aqueduct.   (Group photo)

We will continue northward along the Mediterranean coast to Mount Carmel where Elijah defeated the prophets of Baal by the Brook Kishon. Time of Worship with the Infusion Worship team. Then we travel a short distance to visit Megiddo and the Plain of Armageddon, traveling eastward, we will arrive in Tiberias for dinner and overnight get our first glimpse of the beautiful Sea of Galilee.

Next, we spend 4-days on the Sea of Galilee. You will walk where Jesus walked and visit Jesus ministry headquarters of Capernaum. In Capernaum, Jesus called James and John the Son of Thunder and Peter and Andrew to become fishers of men, Matthew 4:18-22 and Luke 5:1-11.



DAY # 4 – Tiberias, Mt. Arbel, Nazareth, Nazareth Village, Mt Precipice, Sepphoris, Cana

This day will be an exciting day in the Galilee area.  After a delicious breakfast, we will depart from Tiberias to Mount Arbel. We will have an easy hike to the top of Mount Arbel where Jesus would go to be alone and pray to the Father. Matthew 14:23 and Luke 6:12. We believe this mountain was Mount Arbel. After an important message, we will worship and pray as we look over the Sea of Galilee. (Listening Prayer site).



On to Nazareth, the hometown of Jesus, were Gaberial visited Mary and announced the birth of Immanuel, ( God with us!) Luke 1:26-38. We will visit the Nazareth Villiage, and see what life would have been like for Mary and Joseph and the young Jesus. The Church of the Annunciation (Luke 1:5-42) and Mary’s Fountain (Luke 4:16-22).  We will also visit the Mount Precipice in Nazareth, where they tried to kill Jesus for claiming, to be the Messiah Luke 4:29. Short worship time with Infusion worship team.

Next, on to the crossroads of two major ancient roads was the once great city of Sepphoris. Known as Zippori in Hebrew, it was the capital city of Galilee throughout many periods. For a time, Herod Antipas made it his capital after inheriting the territory at his father’s (Herod the Great) death in 4 B.C. Joseph and Jesus would have worked as carpenters, stonemasons here in Sepphoris. Next, we are off to Cana, where Jesus performed His first miracle and turned water into wine, John 2:1-11.

Then Back to Tiberias for dinner and a swim in the Sea of Galilee.

DAY # 5 – Tiberias, Capernaum, First-Century Synagogue, Peters House, Mount of Beatitudes, Tabgha, Boat ride with worship on the Sea of Galilee, Jesus boat, St. Peters Fish Lunch


* Mount Arbel

* Nazareth

* Nazareth Villiage

* Mount Precipice

* Sepphoris

* Cana

* Swimming in the Sea of Galilee

This morning we will visit Jesus’ Ministry headquarters in the town of Capernaum, we will visit the ancient ruins of this first-century synagogue where Jesus preached (Matthew 4:13-17). In  Capernaum, you will also see Peter’s house where the healing through the ceiling took place in Luke 5:17-39. Next, we will go to the Mount of Beatitudes, Matthew 5-7 where Jesus delivered the Sermon on the Mount. Then off to see Tabgha, The miracle of the loaves and fishes.

Lunch at St. Peters Fish by the Sea of Galilee

We will take a special boat ride on the Sea of Galilee and worship on the Sea and see an ancient boat discovered from the time of Jesus. The Museum of the Sea of Galilee boat or (Jesus Boat), is an ancient fishermen’s boat dating to 1 AD.

Back to the hotel, rest of the day is free to relax, swim in the Sea of Galilee or the pool. Dinner and overnight.


* Capernaum

* First-Century Synagogue

* Peters House

* Mount of Beatitudes

* Tabgha

* St. Peters Fish Lunch

* Boat ride and worship on the Sea of Galilee

* Jesus Boat

DAY # 6 – Tiberias, Tel Hazor, Golden Calf Site, Tel Dan, Caesarea Philippi, Mount Hermon, Baptismal Site, Shopping

This morning we travel to Tel Hazor. Joshua took Hazor and killed its king “for Hazor was formerly the head of all those kingdoms” (Joshua 11:10).  After the Conquest, the city was allotted to the tribe of Naphtali (Joshua 19:36). Then we drive north to Tel Dan. (A tel is an ancient mound composed of the remains of successive settlements.) The excavation findings here include sections of imposing walls and gates, as well as a ritual site that dates back to the time of the Bible.

We will proceed to Upper Galilee and the site of Peter’s Confession (Matthew 16:16) at Caesarea Philippi. Caesarea Philippi is adjacent to a spring, grotto, and related shrines dedicated to the Greek god Pan. Caesarea was called Paneas, later Caesarea Paneas, from the Hellenistic period after its association with the god Pan. Caesarea Philippi is mentioned by name in the Gospels of Matthew 16. Here Jesus made it crystal clear to His disciples that He was the Messiah, the Son of Man. We will see in the distance Mt. Hermon Psalm 89:12, the probable site of the Transfiguration Matthew 17:1-8. Worship with the Infusion worship team at the “Gates of Hell” Then, we will continue to the Baptismal site “Yardenit” on the Jordan River. You can be baptized in the Jordan river. Also for $10, you can get a robe, towel, and shower. There is great shopping at the baptismal site.

Return to our hotel in Tiberias for dinner and overnight.


* Tel Hazor

* Golden Calf Site

* Tel Dan

* Caesaria Philippi

* Mount Hermon

* Baptismal Site

* Shopping

DAY # 7 – Ammon Jordan and Jerash!

Off to Jordan! This morning, we depart Tiberias via the Sheik Hussein Bridge and cross into Jordan.  We continue to Jerash, one of the ten cities of the Decapolis. We will stay in Ammon tonight.

DAY # 8 – Mt. Nebo, Madaba, Petra, Horseback ride in Petra, Hotel in the Caves of Petra

Then the next morning we will visit Mt. Nebo, Madaba and then on to Petra:  “The Rose Red City – Half as Old as Time”. We will tour Petra. This ancient Edomite and Nabatean capital is an amazing city of prophecy.  We see this spectacular “City of the Dead” with its famed gorge, ancient street, temples, dwelling places and tombs carved from the solid rock.  We then go to El Ji Post and continue the one-mile journey on horseback, or walk, passing through the famous SIQ (natural gorge) and arrive at the “Treasury”.  Visit the ancient theater.  In the Nabatean Judgment Hall, Place Tombs, famous Urn Temple, and the Roman amphitheater.  Those willing to climb may view the monastery, Jebel Harun (Mountain of Aaron), reputed to be the burial place of Aaron.  Lastly, we return to El Ji Post and continue on to our hotel in the caves of Petra.


* Jarash

* Mt. Nebo

* Madaba

* Petra

* Horseback ride in Petra

* Hotel in the Caves of Petra

* Shopping for Frankincense and Myrrh

DAY # 9 – Eilat, Red Sea, Timna Park,  Solomon’s Pillers, Tabernacle

This morning we will say goodbye to Jordan and travel back to Israel and cross the border and journey to the Red Sea and spend the night in the seaside city of Eilat. We will visit North of the shores of the Gulf of Eilat, Ezion Gever, is a port of Solomon’s times. There is an early iron age port installation in the bay, mentioned in 1 Kings 9:6 and 11 Chronicles 8:17. If time allows we will proceed north to Tinna, Timna Valley Park, “King Solomon’s pillars and an incredible copy of the Tabernacle. then back to our hotel at the Red Sea.


* The Red Sea

* Eilat

* Timna Park

* Solomons Pillars

* Tabernacle

DAY # 10 – Masada, En Gedi, Dead Sea, Spa

This morning, we continue to Masada where we ascend by cable car to walk among the remarkable ruins of the Fortress, built by Herod the Great, and where, from 70-73 AD, Jewish defenders made their last stand of the Judean Revolt against Rome.  We see the remains of Herod’s Palace; the apartments, baths, storehouses and water cisterns, all used by the Jewish Defenders who took refuge here.  We then will travel to En Gedi where King David hide from Saul, 1 Samuel 24. Next, we travel to the Dead Sea to an incredible resort on the Salt Sea. Tonight we will swim, float, in the Dead Sea. The whole next day is free to enjoy the Dead Sea spa and rest. After so many days of touring, you will need a day off to revive and there is no place better in all the world than the healing and relaxing waters of the Dead Sea.


* Masada

* En Gedi

* The Dead Sea

* Day Off

* Spa

DAY # 11 – Dead Sea, Day off, Rest and Relax

Bring your camera, your phone is the best! Some guests have taken over 3000 picture in just 15 days.

DAY # 12 – Jerusalem, Qumran, Jericho, Mount of Temptation, Cable car, shopping in Jericho, Valley of the Shadow of Death, Bethany

We then travel onward to Qumran, the site where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found in caves by a shepherd boy. Then we will drive through Jericho to Old Jericho for a visit. We will tour ancient Jerico, Joshua 6:1-27, then shopping at Jericho for Dead Sea beauty products. Later we will take a cable car to the top of the mount of temptation. On our way into Jerusalem, we will spot by the Valley of the Shadow of Death.



If time allows, we visit Bethany, the home of Mary, Martha, and Lazarus (John 11:1-46) en route to the Holy City of Jerusalem for dinner and overnight.


* Qumran

* Jericho

* Shopping for Dead Sea Products

* Mount of Temptation – Cable Car

* Valley of the Shadow of Death

* Bethany

DAY # 13 – Jerusalem, Mt. Scopus, Mt. of Olives, Group Photo, Pater Noster, Dominus Flevit, Gethsemane, Private Garden Worship

After a night of rest and a hearty breakfast at our hotel near the Old City of Jerusalem this exciting day begins with a drive to Mt. Scopus and the Mt. of Olives (Matthew 24:3) for a panoramic view of the Old City of Jerusalem, (Group Photo). We will visit the Church of Pater Noster and the Dominus Flevit.  Walk along Hosanna Road to the Gethsemane to visit the Church of All Nations which stands on the Rock of Agony where Jesus was betrayed by Judas (Matthew 26:36-57). A special worship service will be offered in the private garden. See the Pillar of Absalom, the Eastern (Golden) Gate and the Pinnacle of the Temple.


* Mt. Scopus

* Mt. of Olives

* Group Photo

* Pater Noster

* Dominus Flevit

* Gethsemane

* Private Garden Worship

DAY # 14 – Jerusalem, Shrine of the Book, Map of Jerusalem in Jesus Time, Steps of Assent, Church of St. Peter in Gallicantu, Caiaphas’ House, Pool of Bethesda, Ecco Homo, Church of the Holy Sepulcher, Garden Tomb Service

Today we begin with a tour of the new part of Jerusalem: the Hebrew University, the Shrine of the Book that houses the Dead Sea Scrolls, and the Model City of Jerusalem which depicts in miniature the Holy City as it appeared in the first century. We then visit the Jewish Quarter to see Hezekiah’s Broad Wall and the Jewish Cardo, walk through the Old City Market, Southern Steps of the Temple Mount (Steps of Assent). We then drive to Mt. Zion where we visit the Church of St. Peter in Gallicantu Where Peter denied Christ (on the site of Caiaphas’ House), the Room of the Last Supper (Luke 22:14-20). The pool of Bethesda is the scene of one of Jesus’ miracles. This was the healing of the paralyzed man who had waited for 38 years for someone to help him into the pool “when the water is stirred” “Stand up, take your mat and walk”, Jesus said, and immediately he was made well (John 5:2-18). Ecce Homo (the judgment room) is where Pontius Pilate had Christ beaten and crowned with thorns and clothed in a purple robe. Ecce Homo means – Behold the Man. While walking along the Via Dolorosa, we are reminded of His way of suffering along with a visit to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher.  Our climax of the day is the area of Golgotha (place of the skull). Shopping in Jerusalem. Then to the Garden Tomb for a special communion service, back to the hotel for dinner and overnight.


* Shrine of the Book

* Map of Jerusalem in Jesus Time

* Steps of Assent

* Church of St. Peter in Gallicantu

* Caiaphas’ House

* Pool of Bethesda

* Ecco Homo

* Church of the Holy Sepulcher

* Garden Tomb Service



DAY # 15 – Jerusalem, Bethlehem, The Herodium, Shepherd’s Field, Field of Boaz and Ruth, Church of the Nativity, Worship and listening prayer, Shopping in Bethlehem (Nativity Scene)

Today we will travel to just outside Bethlehem and visit the Herodium, a fortress built by Herod the great. Then we will visit the Shepherd’s Fields where the angel announced the birth of Christ to the shepherds, Luke 2:1-20. Also the Field of Boaz and Ruth (Ruth 1:16-17 & 4:13). A special time of Worship with the Infusion worship team. Then we will visit the Church of the Nativity. The place of Christ’s birth. Shopping in Bethlehem.


* Bethlehem

* The Herodium

* Shepherd’s Field

* Field of Boaz and Ruth

* Church f the Nativity

* Worship and listening prayer

*Shopping in Bethlehem (Nativity Scene)

DAY # 16 – Jerusalem, Wailing Wall, Rabbinical Tunnel, City of David,  Hezekiah’s Tunnel, Pool of Siloam

Today begins with a walking tour of the Old City of Jerusalem.  Starting at the Western Wall (Wailing Wall) where the faithful Jews cry their petitions to God, we continue to the Temple Area of Mt. Moriah. We will visit the Rabbinical Tunnel the Southern Wall excavations by the Temple Mount.

The City of David. It was during the time of Solomon that the city limits extended past this part of Jerusalem. We visit Gihon Springs, the original water source for Jerusalem, view new excavations including a typical Israelite four-room house, the lower city wall and the cistern where Jeremiah was imprisoned. A highlight today will be a water walk through the incredible Hezekiah’s Tunnel to the pool of Siloam, the place of Jesus’ miracle in John 9. Ascending up to the Jewish Quarter we see the gold Menorah built for the next Temple, the Temple Institute, the Burnt House, a 1st Temple period model of Jerusalem, a wall built by King Hezekiah, and the Roman Cardo.


* Wailing Wall

* Rabbinical Tunnel

* City of David

* Hezekiah’s Tunnel

* Pool of Siloam

DAY # 17 – Jerusalem, Free Day, Late Check Out, Rest, Fare Well Dinner, No Place Like Home

This day will be a free day in Jerusalem. We will have the chance to walk back to the City of Jerusalem and enjoy Lunch (On your own) and some additional shopping.  Back at the hotel, where we will rest, so we check out the hotel at around 5 pm and have our final dinner then drive to the airport for our departure.


* Free Day

* Late Check Out

* Rest

* Fare Well Dinner

* No Place Like Home


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