Experience the Holy Land

Together, for 8 days, we will explore the land of the Bible and walk where Jesus walked.

Not your average tour, our Holy Land experience will be filled with equal parts whimsy and wonder. This tour is curated to awaken your heart, inspire your mind and create space to meet with God. Each day we will learn together, share meals, and grow.

In addition to seeing sites, this Holy Land experience will venture off the beaten path and connect with locals, Love Does program, and of course, a few surprises. You are invited on this trip of a lifetime!

Sites We'll See

Mt. Of Beatitudes 
Picnic in Galilee 
Boat Ride on Sea of Galilee
Mt. Carmel
Valley of Elah
Shabbat Meal
Western Wall
Dead Sea
Dinner in the Judean Desert
Mount of Olives
Garden Tomb
Temple Mount 
Special Dinner Experiences 
Love Does Opportunity
And a Few Surprises!

*itinerary subject to change
*Please notify us of any physical disabilities at the time of booking. Most activities will include walking approximately 3-5 miles per day. Walks will include steps, hills and uneven terrain. Some sites could be difficult to fully experience and may have to be missed due to certain situations.

Tour Details
Price Breakdown for 2024 Tours

Double Occupancy (per person)- $5999
Single Occupancy - $7739

*Guests must be over the age of 18, or 15 when accompanied by an adult.
**Pricing is based on double occupancy, so the rate for booking a single room alone is higher. Please visit FAQ section for information about roommates.

Price Includes:

• Daily breakfast, some lunches and all dinners
• Entrance fees to all sites
• Professionally guided sightseeing
• Air-conditioned transportation by deluxe coach
• Sailing on the Sea of Galilee
• All gratuities and taxes
• 4 + 5 star hotel accommodations 
• All hotels are included in your tour package dates March 18, 2024 check-in through March 25, 2024 check-out.
*Land only. Flights separate.
**If you would like to book additional nights, you must do so on  your own. Please contact Premier at 800-889-5265 for any questions.

Let's go to the Holy Land

Our 2023 tours sold out so fast we decided to open up two more in 2024! Thank you so much for your interest in joining us to experience the Holy Land with Bob Goff.

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March 18-25, 2024

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September 23-30, 2024

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Flight Information

separate purchase; not included in land price

It is important that you contact PREMIER to let them know your flight information.  ​

Jackson Travel is the preferred flight provider for Premier Vacations & Events. Please email for help with flights: israel@jacksontravel.com.

October 10 - 17, 2023

Group Flight Information:
AR: TLV 10/10 11:00AM
LV: TLV 10/18 1:00AM
**Domestic flight will be needed

​Individual Flight Information:
If you purchase your own flight to and from Tel Aviv,  you must arrive at the Ben Gurion Airport (TLV) between 12PM - 6PM on October 10, 2023. Shuttles run from 2PM - 7PM, times dependent on flight schedules. Please note that you will need to plan your arrival in Tel Aviv in order to join the Bob Goff Group Shuttles that will run between 2-7PM.  There is a Welcome Dinner Reception at 8:00PM at the hotel. If you arrive after 4:30PM, you will miss the reception due to travel time to the Galilee area.​

For departure, there will be one group shuttle to the airport on October 17th in the evening. Please make your departure flights no sooner than 10:30PM. If you do, you will need to provide your own transportation to the airport. If you are staying longer in Israel you also will need to provide your own transportation to the airport for your flight departure.

March 18 - 25, 2024

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September 23 - 30, 2024

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Frequently Asked Questions
What if I need an extra hotel night before or after the trip?

All hotels are included in your tour package dates check-in through (March 18 OR September 23) check-out (March 25 OR September 30). The tour will conclude at 7pm on March 25 OR September 30 and a shuttle will take guests to the airport. If you would like to book additional nights before or after the tour dates,  you must do so on your own. Many guests have had a good experience booking through hotels.com or booking.com. Some Tel Aviv/Jaffa hotel options guests have enjoyed: The Brown Brut, Brown Lighthouse, The Jaffa Collection, The Setai, Kempinski Hotel, BY14. You assume all responsibility when booking and choosing a hotel outside the tour dates.

If you have purchased your flight through Jackson Travel, they also can help with hotel bookings:

What if I need a roommate?

Pricing is based on double occupancy (2 people per room), so the rate for booking a single room alone is higher.  If you are looking to book for just yourself but are interested in finding a roommate to help with cost, the team has set up a private Facebook group for each trip for you to coordinate that. Unfortunately, we are not able to assign a roommate for you, but we hope this group helps to facilitate some great connections for a wonderful trip! By choosing a roommate you assume all responsibility.

Facebook Group for March 2024
Facebook Group for September 2024

As always, please contact Premier at 800-889-5265 for any questions.

Are registrations cancellable or transferable to another individual?

All deposits are non-refundable. Other payments made are refundable up to 90 days before the tour; however, registrations are transferable for a $100 fee for the first guest in your group and a $50 fee for the second and third guests in your group. If you have any questions regarding your registration, please get in touch with PREMIER directly.

How is lodging determined?

Registration pricing is based on two people per room or double occupancy. If you are traveling alone, you will be assigned to your own room, and your package price will be higher.

Why is the price for one guest higher than for two or more?

Because unlike the USA, lodging in Israel is based on double occupancy and per person rate not just a rate for the room. The rate to register as a single guest is higher because you will receive your own room. If you find someone you would like to room with on the Facebook Group, don't hesitate to get in touch with PREMIER, and they can assist you with receiving the lower rate.

Do I need to know my roommate when I book?

If you want to book a two-guest package and you don’t know the name of your companion, please get in touch with PREMIER directly to make arrangements.​
If you find someone you would like to room with on the Facebook Group, don't hesitate to get in touch with PREMIER, and they can assist you with receiving the lower rate.

If I purchase a single guest package, can I add a roommate after I have registered?

You can add a roommate to your registration, which would lower your overall cost. Please get in touch with PREMIER directly to do so.

Do I need to have a passport to register?

Yes, current and valid passport information is required to register. If you are in the process of receiving or updating your passport, please follow instructions on the registration page. Make sure to send PREMIER the updated information upon receiving.

How will transportation work?

Air-conditioned transportation will be available by bus to and from the hotels and sites. You will have access to free Wi-Fi on most buses. There are ground transfers available from the airport to the hotel you can acquire on your own if needed. Ground transfers are included with the price on the arrival day between a specified timeframe and one group transfer on departure day to the airport.

Can I purchase travel insurance?

Travel insurance is available and recommended. Premier Israel offers Travel Guard policies for basic travel insurance. It is best to purchase within 14 days of booking your reservation. This covers travel interruptions and the land package part of your trip.

All travelers must have a travel health/medical insurance policy that covers the treatment of COVID-19. The insurance policy is mandatory to enter Israel and you must carry documentation with you on the tour. Contact your medical insurance provider to obtain the documentation needed to show "international" or "worldwide" coverage. If you are not covered under your medical policy for this type of coverage (or do not have medical insurance), you can inquire to purchase temporary “international" coverage through your policy or purchase a medical policy for the tour dates through Travel Guard.

**Also to note, if you purchase any travel insurance policy that is recommended, check the policy as they typically have medical coverage included and this also can be used.

Flight insurance is separate.

What documentation is necessary for travel to Israel?

A valid passport with an expiration date no less than six months after the return date of the trip is required. There are no exceptions to this policy. A travel visa is not required.

What medical preparations do I need to take?

We encourage you to inform your health insurance provider that you will be traveling out of the country and to determine your coverage and medical care options while in Israel. There are no specific immunizations or medications that are recommended or required for travel to Israel, but you are welcome to connect with your primary care physician regarding their recommendations for you individually. Please keep in mind that you can buy the equivalent of the most standard over-the-counter medicines in Israel. Please reference the above question about "Purchasing Travel Insurance" for information on REQUIRED medical insurance coverage to enter Israel.

Do I need to bring any special clothing or other items?

We will provide a list of recommended items and clothing to all trip participants before our tour. Please plan to bring comfortable shoes or sneakers, as there will be a lot of walking. For women, knees and shoulders must be covered at Holy sites.

How much walking do I need to be prepared for?

Most activities will include walking, so participants will be walking approximately 2-3 miles per day. We would recommend wearing comfortable shoes or sneakers each day. Most walks will be light to moderately strenuous, and there will be daily breaks as you travel to and from sites.
Please keep in mind that walks can typically include steps and uneven terrain. Some sites could be difficult to fully experience if there are physical disabilities with walking long distances or problems with uneven terrain.

How safe is traveling to Israel?

While Israel is a very safe country to visit and tour, your safety is a top priority. We use various measures to ensure the safety of participants, but we also encourage participants to take precautions they normally would when traveling to another city or country.

Can I drink tap water in Israel?

Tap water is safe to drink in Israel and bottled water will be available. We encourage you to bring a reusable bottle for your trip.

Will there be access to Wi-Fi?

Yes, you will have free Wi-Fi on the buses and in hotels. Many cafes and restaurants also offer complimentary Wi-Fi.

Will I be able to use my cellphone while in Israel?

Please check with your phone service provider to determine if you will need to purchase an International plan to use your phone in the country. What's App is a widely used communication app while in Israel and can be downloaded prior to arrival.

Which credit cards are accepted?

American dollars are accepted in many places in Israel; however, in most cases, change will not be available. We would recommend bringing $1 bills for small items. You can also use your credit/debit card to obtain Shekels at ATMs throughout Israel. Most Israeli hotels, restaurants, and stores accept American Express, MasterCard, and Visa cards as well.

Will I need to bring a power adapter?

Hotel rooms are equipped with hairdryers, and all have shaver sockets. For other appliances, Israel’s electricity is 220V A/C, single phase 50-cycles; 110V-220V transformers can be used. Israeli outlets have three prongs, but European two-prong adapters usually work. We suggest bringing a converter and adapter for any of your devices.