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Lindsey's in Israel Wellness Retreat

  • Monday, Apr 20, 2020 6:00 PM - Monday, Apr 27, 2020 3:00 PM EDT

Walk where Jesus walked, see what Jesus saw and feel what He touched. This once in a life-time experience you will leave inspired and reignited in your passion, purpose, and fire in Christ. You will never read the Bible the same after this trip. Whether you are new or seasoned in your walk, this trip is for you. We are excited to walk this journey of the Bible coming alive with you. Whether single, married, divorced or widowed. Everyone is welcome!

Deposit - $500
A deposit of $500 per person is due at registration in order to secure your spot on this tour. All registrations will be processed on a space-available basis. A second deposit of 50% of the tour costs and copy of your passport will be due by February 8, 2019. Full payment is due by March 16, 2020. Any desired deviations, must be requested in writing before the final payment deadline. 

*All transactions receive a 6% processing fee. 
*All payments are non-refundable. 

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April 20 - 27, 2020


EXCLUSIVE to 40 people

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What's special about this experience is not your average cookie cutter Christian tour. We will be going on a camel adventure, worshipping on the sea of Galilee and the Lindseys will be walking with you each step of the way as we see the Bible come alive before our eyes, and much more. Also, you will have the opportunity to be baptized in the Jordan River by Cornelius Lindsey.

                                                              ITINERARY DETAILS

*Itinerary Subject to Change


Day 1 – Monday April 20th 2020

·       Check-in to Hotel in Tel Aviv

·       Enjoy the beach

·       Dinner and overnight at Herods hotel in Tel Aviv


Day 2 – Tuesday April 21st, 2020

·       Visit historic Caesarea Maritima, the Roman Capital of Judea, where Peter followed God's leading to visit Cornelius (Acts 10) and where he proclaimed the gospel to the Romans (Acts 24-26).

·       “So King Ahab sent all the children of Israel, and gathered the prophets together unto Mount Carmel. And Elijah came unto the people” (1 Kings 18:20, 21) Visit the Muchraka on Mount Carmel, where the Prophet Elijah confronted the prophets of Baal. A view over the valley of Jizreel.

·       A visit to Kfar Kedem, a hands-on experience that transport guests to life on a Jewish village in the Galilee two thousand years ago.

·       Dinner and overnight at Ramot hotel in Sea of Galilee


Day 3 – Wednesday April 22nd, 2020

·       Visit Magdala, an ancient village where according to tradition, Jesus'  follower Mary Magdalene lived. 

·       Visit the Mount of Beatitudes, the place where Jesus delivered the famous Sermon on the Mount; time for teaching/praying/worshipping

·       Visit Capernaum

·       Walk where Jesus walked around the Sea of Galilee. Board a wooden sailing boat, fashioned after the ancient fishing vessels, for a boat ride across the Sea of Galilee.

·       Dinner and overnight at Ramot hotel in Sea of Galilee


Day 4 – Thursday April 23rd, 2020

·       Check-out

·       Ascending on Mount Tabor, the traditional sight of Jesus’ transfiguration. A visit to the Church of Transfiguration and an amazing view over the Galilee; teaching/praying/worshipping

·        “Then Jesus came from Galilee down to the Jordan to be baptized” (Matthew 3:13). Visit to Qasr el Yahud/Betharaba, the traditional site where John the Baptist baptized and where Joshua entered the Promised Land with the Jewish people,  Baptisms by Cornelius Lindsey 

·       Valley of Elah

·       Dinner and overnight at Yehuda hotel in Jerusalem


Day 5 – Friday April 24th, 2020

·       Walk through the Biblical City of David, the very roots of Jerusalem, where archeology confirms the Bible.

·       Visit the Davidson Center with excavations of the Herodian Temple, as it stood prior to its destruction by Roman troops in the year 70 CE.

·       In the heart of a neighborhood in downtown Jerusalem, the largest open market in Israel was built in 1928, the Machane Yehuda Market. Walking through the market’s alleyways is a good opportunity to meet Jerusalem and its fascinating human mosaic. Wandering among the stalls you will find the city’s old-timers, young students, ultra-Orthodox and secular, Arabs and Jews. On Friday’s the market is packed with people that enjoy the atmosphere, food and street musicians and with customers that are buying their last groceries they need for Shabbat.

·        “So God blessed the seventh day and made it holy” (Genesis 2:3). Shabbat, the 7th day of the week and a resting day, is a day apart. Join in Shabbat prayers with thousands of others at the Western Wall.

·       Dinner and overnight at Yehuda hotel in Jerusalem


Day 6 – Saturday April 25th, 2020

·       Visit the scenes of Jesus' prayer to His Father in the Garden of Gethsemane. "And the glory of the Lord went up from the midst of the city, and stood upon the mountain which is on the east side of the city" (Ezekiel 11:23). Drive to the top of the Mount of Olives, known as the site from where Jesus ascended to heaven after His resurrection. Panoramic view of the Old City of Jerusalem from Mount of Olives and descend the “Palm Sunday Road” to the Garden of Gethsemane, where Jesus prayed on the night of His betrayal.

·        “And Jesus went up to Jerusalem. Now, there is in Jerusalem by the Sheep’s Gate a pool called Bethesda (…) a great number of sick, blind, lame, and paralyzed people were lying in these walkways.”(John 5:2-4). A visit to Bethesda, where Jesus healed a lame man. Visit to the St. Anna Church, a 12th century church built on the site of the Bethesda pool.

·       Walk the Via Dolorosa, the traditional way that Jesus went before He was crucified, passing by the Praetorium, ending in the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, built on the site where the crucifixion of Jesus on Golgotha is marked. 

·       Visit the Garden Tomb (Gordon’s Calvary). This ancient cemetery is a moving site in which to recall the crucifixion and burial of Jesus. Spend time in these peaceful garden surroundings in prayer, song and fellowship.

·       Visit the colorful markets and the Cardo, an ancient Roman site now filled with shops brimming with Middle Eastern artistry. Walk through the atmospheric Jewish Quarter.

·       Dinner and overnight at Yehuda hotel in Jerusalem

Day 7 – Sunday April 26th, 2020

·       Swim and float in the Dead Sea, bathing yourself in the mineral rich water and mud.

·       Enjoy a camel ride into the heart of the desert, into its breathtaking primeval landscape at Genesis Land

·       Farewell dinner at Genesis Land

·       Dinner and overnight at Yehuda hotel in Jerusalem

Day 8 – Monday April 27th, 2020

·       Departures



  • Hotel in Israel

  • Air Conditioned Luxury Bus

  • Guided sightseeing tour

  • Daily breakfast and dinner

  • Entrance fees to sites visited in Israel

  • Daily Bible teaching with Cornelius and Heather Lindsey 

  • Arrive TLV, Depart TLV (Airport transfers included)

$130 tips and gratuities will be added per person to final price. This covers all tips and gratuities for drivers, hotels, etc. in Israel.

*based on double occupancy. Limited Availability 

A deposit of $500 per person is due at registration in order to secure your spot on this tour. All registrations will be processed on a space-available basis. A second deposit of 50% of the tour costs and copy of your passport will be due by February 8, 2020. Full payment is due by March 16, 2020. Any desired deviations, must be requested in writing before the final payment deadline. 

Trip package does not include flights.

ROOMMATES: If you need a roommate, we are usually able to provide one. A fee of $555 will be applied if you are among the last to register and we cannot provide a roommate for you, so register early. Hotels will allow up to three people per room, upon request. All beds are twin sized and will be combined for couples. 




  • The prestigious and award-winning Herods Tel Aviv Hotel is one of Tel Aviv’s finest luxury hotels, exuding a charming old-world style that you won’t find anywhere else.

  • Nestled in the buzzing heart of Tel Aviv, just minutes’ walk from its most famous neighborhoods, and the white sand and emerald waters of the Mediterranean, Herods Tel Aviv Hotel affords you the perfect way to experience authentic Tel Aviv.

  • All rooms feature cable TV, free wi-fi, air-conditioning, direct dial phone and a mini fridge. En-suite bathrooms provide free toiletries, hair dryer and a bath or shower.


04/21 - 04/23

  • Boasting panaromic views of the sea of Galilee, spacious and comfortable rooms.

  • Rooms include free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TV’s and minbars.


04/23 - 04/27

  • Find a breath of fresh air, just an arm’s length from the heart of Jerusalem. We invite you to join us atop the gorgeous Massuah Hills, where our stone castle overlooks a rolling green wilderness.

  • Designer rooms offer plenty of space, with lush landscape views. Enjoy the perfect luxury retreat while exploring Jerusalem.


Passports: To enter Israel, a passport valid for a minimum of six months from the date you are leaving Israel is required.

Passport note: Due to a lack of diplomatic relations between Israel and many Arabic or predominantly Muslim countries, those with Israel entry stamps in their passports will not be allowed entry. Since January 2013, visitors are given an entry card instead of a stamp on arrival which you must keep until you leave.

Visas: Some nationals need a visa for entering Israel. Please visit for more information.


Common travel problems like flight delays, travel injuries and illnesses, unpredictable weather and lost or stolen luggage are why we recommend travel insurance. We recommend Travel Guard® and World Nomad travel insurance plan. 


Currency information: New Shekel (ILS; symbol ₪) =
100 agorot (singular, agora). Notes are in denominations of ₪200, 100, 50, and 20. Coins are in denominations of ₪10, 5, 2 and 1, and 50 and 10 agorot.

Credit cards: All major credit cards are accepted.

ATM: ATMs are widely available.

Travelers checks: These are widely accepted. To avoid additional exchange rate charges, travelers are advised to take traveler’s checks in US Dollars. 


Israelis are usually very informal, but with the European style of hospitality. Israelis are typically blunt and direct in speech, which should not be misinterpreted as rudeness. Visitors should observe normal courtesies and should not be afraid to ask questions, most Israelis are happy to talk about their homeland.

The expression Shalom (peace) is used for hello and good- bye. Dress is casual, but in the holy places of all religions modest attire is worn. For places such as the Western Wall, male visitors are given a smart cardboard yarmulke (skull cap) to respect the religious importance of the site.

It is considered a violation of Shabbat (Sabbath, on Saturday) to smoke on that day. There is usually a sign to remind the visitor of this, and to disregard the warning would be regarded as discourteous.


Hebrew and Arabic are the official languages of Israel. A large portion of the population speaks good English.

April is Spring in Israel with highs in the low 70's.

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