Travel to Israel!
Dr. Randy White invites you to
No destination on earth provides the Biblical learning, spiritual encouragement, and historical significance as The Holy Land! Walk in the paths of the patriarchs, travel the dusty roads of the disciples, and take awe in the very footsteps of Jesus. A trip to Israel will truly never be forgotten and never surpassed.
JANUARY 22 – FEBRUARY 1, 2013
Eleven Unforgettable Days!
The trip of a lifetime
$3850 all inclusive!
Your trip to Israel includes–
- Airfare from DFW or Houston
- In-country travel in a luxurious motor coach
- A knowledgeable and personable guide who speaks clear English
- All hotels (double occupancy)
- Breakfast and dinner daily
- All tips and taxes
- All entrance fees
- Daily Bible teaching that will be on site, with insight!
What isn’t included?
- Travel insurance (available at additional cost)
- Lunch daily
- Personal items and souvenirs
You will enjoy the fellowship together as we travel throughout the Lone Star State: Israel! The hotels are wonderful, the sights are unbelievable, the food is great. Register today for this fabulous trip!
Where will we go? What will we see?
(To read last year’s travel log, click here)
This trip will cover all the major sites in the Holy Land, including:
- Caesarea Mauritania (where Paul stood before Agrippa)
- Mt. Carmel (site of Elijah’s miracle)
- Megiddo (the Valley of Armageddon)
- Nazareth (the Brow of the Hill)
- The Sea of Galilee (including a boat ride!)
- Capernaum (headquarters of Jesus’ ministry)
- The Mount of Beatitudes
- Caesarea Philippi (“whom do men say that I am?”)
- Gideon’s Spring
- Bet Shean (amazing Roman city ruins)
- The Jordan River (yes, you can be baptized!)
- Qumran (site of the Dead Sea Scrolls)
- The Dead Sea (you’ll float!)
- Masada (Israel’s Alamo)
- The Oasis of Ein Gedi
- The Judean Wilderness
- The Mount of Olives
- Temple Mount
- The Western Wall
- The Via dolorosa
- The Church of the Sepulchre and the Garden Tomb
- AND SO MUCH MORE!
Our days will be filled with joyful travel, usually from 8:30 to 4:30. Our hotels will be in Tiberius (on the Sea of Galilee) and Jerusalem.
- Is it safe to travel to Israel? Yes! Over 3 million tourists pass through Israel every year. The areas that receive rocket fire or other acts of terrorism are far from any of the sites we will visit. Both Arab and Jew has an economic interest in keeping the tourism industry healthy and safe.
- Who will be our guide? Boaz Shalgi is our guide, a multi-generation Israeli. Boaz is engaging, knowledgeable, and tremendously respected in the travel industry. He has guided for some of the best names in Christianity. Boaz will speak from a Jewish perspective, and our Pastors will speak from a Christian perspective at each stop along the journey.
- How do I register? Click here for registration. A $500 deposit is required. The balance due must be paid by check, but your deposit may be made on a Credit Card. Your deposit serves as your only guaranteed reservation.
- Is there a refund policy? Randy White wants to be as flexible as possible in your travel needs. If Randy White Ministries will not be left with an expense, your money will be reimbursed. Often airfare becomes a non-reimbursable expense after ticketing. Your departure may cause single occupancy, so the upgrade expense would not be reimbursable. We will work with you in every way possible should cancellation be required.
- Can I get travel insurance? Yes, and it is recommended for most. After registration, we will send you a link to an insurance provider, or you are welcome to select your own.
- Are cell phones and email available in Israel? Cell phones will be made available for rent, or you can work with your provider for coverage. Internet access is available in the hotels, but rarely free.
- What travel documentation and shots are required? All you need is a valid U.S. Passport. No visas or shots are required.
- Who can travel with this group? Anyone! If you have friends or family members they are welcome to travel with us on a first come, first served basis.
- Are there any restrictions for the group? This is an alcohol, tobacco, and curse-free group. Roommates must be of the same gender or married.
- What are the health requirements? You need to be able to walk one mile at a reasonable pace, without assistance. The terrain of Israel is not rugged, but is often hilly. The streets of Jerusalem are often cobblestone, so the ability to walk on an uneven surface is essential. Wheelchairs and walkers are impractical on much of the trip. A walking stick or cane can be used.