February 26 - March 6
Deadline quickly approaching
Registration Deadline, January 12, 2017
We are excited to announce our 2017 WOFL Israel Tour on February 26 – March 6, 2017. Join Patricia King, Joan Hunter, Katie Souza, Carol Koch, Miranda Nelson, Barbie Breathitt and Teri Secrest for a tour of the holy land focusing on special women of the bible. You will visit the sites where these women were powerfully touch by God. For example…
• Hannah crying out to God for a baby at Shiloh
• Mary of Bethany who poured out her love offering at Jesus’ feet
• Visit the town of Mary of Magdala
• Envision yourself at Jesus’s first miracle in Cana with Mary the mother of Jesus.
Every stop Patricia, Joan, Carol, Miranda, Barbie and Teri will be sharing from their heart with you. Plus you will have time for fellowship and personal reflection at the sites. It will be more than a historical tour but it will be an opportunity to have interactive time with Patricia and the team. Your time with Jesus will be unforgettable and life changing.
Host Patricia King with Joan Hunter, Katie Souza, Carol Koch, Barbie Breathitt, Miranda Nelson and Teri Secrest.
The Tour Highlights Include:
• Boat Ride on the Sea of Galilee
• 3 Days in Tiberias at the Sea of Galilee
• Breakfast and dinners daily
• Tour of the Old City Jerusalem
• Mount of Beatitudes
• Mount of Olives
• The upper room
• Capping off the tour will be a Women on the Frontline Celebration
…and so much more.
Land package Registration fee $2250.00 USD based on Double Occupancy (Single Occupancy additional $636.00 USD)
NON REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT $500.00 USD to secure your place when you register, balance due January 7, 2017.
Registration Deadline, January 12, 2017
Price includes tour, hotel rooms, breakfast and dinner, entrance fees to sites, Tel Aviv Airport transfers and all tips.
Airfare not included.
Flights need to be arranged to arrive on Sunday February 26, 2017 no later than 4:00pm (16:00) to the Tel Aviv (Ben Gurion Airport). Depart anytime on Tuesday March 7, 2017. Transportation will be provided from the airport to the hotel and back on those days. PLEASE NOTE: XP cannot arrange your hotels or transportation if arriving or departing on different dates. XP cannot refund the cost of your transportation from the package price if you choose to travel on different dates.
Additional Financial Considerations
• Lunches in Israel average between $15 to $20 USD
• Israel accepts USD and Shekels at all stops. Any other foreign currency will need to be exchanged at the airport prior to leaving for Tiberias.
• Water baptism is optional for a cost of $16 USD paid to your bus captain.
• Optional side trip available to Masada and Qumran Caves for $45 USD per person
• Water bottles are not provided but are available for a cost on bus
• Internet is very limited. Hotels did have options for better service with a fee.
• There will be opportunities to shop throughout the tour.
Please take into consideration there is a lot of walking on this tour. Jerusalem is a city on a hill so there are times where there is stair climbing required. Some days we will walk equivalent to a mile or more a day. Also a lot of standing during the tour will take place.
Average weather in Israel for this time of year during the day is 60 to 65 degrees Fahrenheit. Nights in the 40s. Rain could occur in the months of February and March.
Casual clothing is fine. We will not be visiting any sites that require dresses or head coverings. We highly recommend comfortable walking shoes.
Passport is required. Some countries require visas so you will need to check with your country. The USA and Canada do not require visas to travel in and out of Israel.
The breakfast and dinner meals are buffets. We will be able to work with a few food exceptions but can’t arrange for special meals.
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For further information please email us at Israel@Patriciaking.com
XP Ministries, its agents, volunteers and employees are not responsible for any injuries that could occur while at any of the events sponsored by XP Ministries. Guests assume all risks associated with physical injuries that could occur during an event.