JERUSALEM AND DEAD SEA TOUR OPTION

    

Many participants on the excavation have already visited Jerusalem on prior tours with Emmaus (or with some other Israel tour opportunity). For those of you who are visiting Israel for the first time and desire a tour of the primary archaeological sites in Jerusalem an optional tour is available. This optional tour also includes a visit to Masada, Qumran and an opportunity to swim in the Dead Sea. The cost for this optional tour is not covered in your excavation payments. There is an additional fee for this optional tour. 

You may review the touring activities at the Daily Schedule link.

Additional fee is: $300*
*  This price is provisional and subject to change. 

To register for the Jerusalem and Dead Sea Tour Option you must send an email to info@EmmausOnline.net requesting your participation. The additional $300 fee is to be added to your overall payment as indicated on the Cost and Payment Schedule page.

 

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Testimonials

  • "This program will have a long lasting effect in the years to come. It is impossible to gain the full impact of what you are learning on the trip. It takes some time and consideration when you return to realize and unpack the wealth of knowledge that you have received from both Dr. Notley and Dr. Thompson. The program also allows you to see the Scriptures in a new light. Having the understanding and grasp that both of our professors have for the land is truly a rare quality. Their combined passion for the land and for the Lord is unequaled in my experiences in North America. Not only are they gifted, but their pursuit and goal is to pass this passion on to their students. Dr. Thompson provided OT insights that can only be experienced by being in the land. Dr. Notley gave insights to Scripture that can only be seen if we view Jesus in His 1st century setting and have a grasp of the land. I am truly grateful that they combined their talents to provide this program. It is by their effort and others that the Holy Land is made accessible to the heart and mind of each group. The land and the trip were life changing."
    J.G., Israel Trip