Day one - Judea
Depart from Jerusalem and head towards Hebron, city of the Patriarchs and first capital of King David, to visit the Tomb of The Patriarchs (Machpela cave), from there we will continue on to Ancient Hebron (Tel Rumeyda). From Hebron we will make our way to Gush Etzion to visit the Sound and Light Show in Kfar Etzion and learn about the special history of this area. Next to Path of the Patriarchs, including ancient ritual paths and strategic lookout toward Jerusalem. For our last stop of the day we will travel towards Bethlehem to visit the matriarch Rachel's tomb.
Day two - Footprints
The second day will begin with a trip to Rimmonim Footprint to visit the site the Israelites camped. We will spend the day learning about the different footprints and the significance of the shape of the footprint in those times. The journey of the Israelites can be learnt from these footprints. On the way between Rimmonim and Argaman we will stop at the fountain of Ein Samia where an ancient 4000 year old grail was found. The final stop of the day with be at another footprint; this time in Argaman. On the way back to Jerusalem we will visit Kaser al Yahoud where Joshua and The Israelites crossed the River Jordan.
Day three - Samaria
We will start our day with a magnificent lookout point on Mt Kabir from which we will see Shechem and Joseph's Tomb. We will visit Mt. Gerizim (Mt. of Blessing) and Mt. Ebal (Mt. of Curses) and see the site of Joshua's Alter. After lunch we will visit the The Samaritan Museum on Mt. Gerizim and learn all about how the Samaritans live. Following this we will make our way back to the hotel.
Day four - Benjamin
We will pass by the Graves of the Sons of Israel (Kubur Bini Israel), ancient road side graves with a fascinating story behind them on our way to Mikmass pass, an ancient city mentioned in the book of Samuel. From there we will travel to Beth El to visit the site of Jacob's Dream of The Ladder. Following lunch we will travel to Ancient Shiloh, home to the Tabernacle for 369 years and a fascinating place full of history.