Israel Pilgrim Tours

Holy Land Tours

Israel Pilgrim Tours specializes in Holy Land and faith-based programs in Israel for the discerning client.

Our staff includes recognized experts in faith-based travel and in the field of Israel education, as well as a well-known and highly respected logistics team. Together we can assure you the very best planning and implementation of your Holy Land trip.

Our vast experience includes work with churches, universities and Bible schools, as well as with multi-faith groups.

What will a Holy Land trip do for your community and you?

Visiting the Holy Land is a life changing experience for each participant in your group. Walking in the footsteps of Jesus makes the Bible come alive in a completely new way.

  • Community building
    As your church members go through this life changing trip, they are creating bonds with you and the other members in the group that will not be broken when you return home; they will have a profound and long-lasting effect on your community.
  • Fund raising opportunity
    Churches need funding for the many social projects they carry out in their community. Your Holy Land trip is a great way to raise funds for these services, by adding a small fee to the per person price of the trip. Please ask your Israel Pilgrim Tours representative for more information.
  • Special offer for group leader!
    We realize that leading a community trip is hard work, and definitely not a vacation for the spiritual leader! Therefore, a tour leader who brings at least 15 full paying participants will travel free; additional free passengers are negotiable.
Holy Land Articles

Located on the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem next to the Garden of Gethsemane, the Church of All Nations, also known as the Church or Basilica of the Agony, is a Roman Catholic Church.

Located in the middle of Nazareth’s old market in the Churches district, the Synagogue Church is adjacent to the Greek Catholic Church of Annunciation, which in turn is located near the famous Basilica of the Annunciation.

Located in Wadi Qelt in the eastern West Bank, the St. George Orthodox Monastery is a sixth-century cliff-hanger, literally: It is built into the cliffs of the wadi and is inhabited by Greek Orthodox monks.