Nazareth and Sea of Galilee Tour
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This tour takes you on a scenic journey from the coastal road to Nazareth, Cana, and the Sea of Galilee, with stops at key religious sites along the way, including the River Jordan baptismal site.
About this activity
Embark on the Nazareth and Sea of Galilee (Kinneret) tour, starting with a picturesque drive north along the Mediterranean coast. As we journey inland, catch a glimpse of Megiddo from the Valley of Armageddon, passing by the Mount of Precipitation, where a significant event from the Book of Luke unfolds.
In Nazareth, explore the exquisite Church of Annunciation, marking the spot where Angel Gabriel delivered the news to Mary. Adjacent to it, discover the Church of St. Joseph, where the Holy Family once resided, and Joseph practiced his carpentry craft. Exiting Nazareth, our Christian Galilee tour leads us through the serene countryside to the serene shores of the Sea of Galilee.
Along the way, we'll visit Cana, where the miracle of water turning into wine occurred, and the Mt. of Beatitudes, where Christ delivered his Sermon on the Mount. In Capernaum, delve into the history of Jesus' ministry, exploring the Church built upon St. Peter's excavated home. Nearby, in Tabgha, explore the Church of the Multiplication of the Loaves and Fishes.
Our journey continues along the tranquil Kinneret shore, where Jesus performed many miracles, walked on water, and calmed the Sea. Take in the breathtaking views of lush farmlands and the majestic Golan Heights across the shore. Passing by Tiberias, a city with a history spanning over 2,000 years on the Sea of Galilee's edge, we reach the confluence of the Jordan River and the Sea of Galilee. This site holds significance as the possible location of Jesus' baptism by John, offering visitors the chance to experience their own baptisms in the Jordan River.
After a spiritually enriching day exploring Christian sites in Galilee, we return southward, passing by Mt. Tabor, where the Transfiguration is believed to have taken place.