Dr. D.Z. Cofield & Heavenly Matched Travel Presents:

The Holy land 2024 Thursday, March 14, 2024 – Tuesday, March 26, 2024

You Won't Want To Miss this trip

everything you need to know about the Holy Land

The Holy Land

Trip Details


Total Cost $5495.00 Per Person w/2 per room

PACKAGE INCLUDES: R/trip Air from Houston to Tel Aviv, Israel * 4-5star Hotels, Daily Breakfast and Dinners *Boat ride on the Sea of Galilee w/Special Lunch of St. Peter’s fish, Baptism in Jordan River, Cable car ride @ Masada, 2nights @ Dead Sea, Renewal of Wedding Vows in Cana, Private touring in deluxe air-conditioned motor coach w/English speaking guide. Sightseeing & entry fees included as per your itinerary* All local taxes & service charges



A non-refundable/Non-Transferable Deposit of $500.00 per person due 6/30/23 to Hold Your Space!........ 2 nd Payment of $950.00 due 08/1/2023 3 rd Payment of $950.00 due 9/20/2023…4 th Payment of $950.00due 11/1/2023 5 th Payment of $950.00due 12/20/2023……….Final payment due by 1/28/ 2024
A $150.00 late fee on all Payments received after final Payment is due Cancellations after final payment date is 100% Non-Refundable


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English Speaking tour guides to interesting locations in the Holy Land


More about The Holy Land

The Holy Land, also known as the Land of Israel or Palestine, holds great significance for several major world religions, including Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Its history stretches back thousands of years, marked by various empires, conquests, and religious developments. Here is a brief overview of the history of the Holy Land: Ancient Times: The earliest known inhabitants of the region were Canaanites, followed by the Israelites, who established the Kingdom of Israel around 1000 BCE. The kingdom split into Israel (northern) and Judah (southern) in the 9th century BCE. Both kingdoms faced conquests by the Assyrians (Israel) and Babylonians (Judah), leading to exile and the destruction of the First Temple in Jerusalem in 586 BCE. Persian and Hellenistic Rule: The Persians conquered Babylon and allowed the Jews to return and rebuild the Second Temple in 516 BCE. Later, Alexander the Great's Hellenistic Empire spread to the area, followed by the rule of the Seleucids. Hasmonean Dynasty and Roman Rule: The Jewish Hasmonean Dynasty briefly gained independence in the 2nd century BCE but eventually fell under Roman control in 63 BCE. Herod the Great, a Roman-appointed king, ruled during the birth of Jesus. Rise of Christianity: Christianity emerged in the 1st century CE, with Jesus' ministry, crucifixion, and resurrection in the Holy Land. The spread of Christianity faced challenges under Roman rule but eventually became the dominant religion in the region. Byzantine and Islamic Rule: The Eastern Roman Empire, known as the Byzantine Empire, controlled the Holy Land from the 4th to the 7th century CE. In the 7th century, Muslim armies led by the Rashidun Caliphate conquered the region, marking the beginning of Islamic rule. Crusades and Ayyubid/Mamluk Rule: The Crusades, a series of military campaigns, took place from the 11th to the 13th century, with European Christians attempting to regain control of the Holy Land. Despite temporary success, the Crusader states eventually fell to the Ayyubids and later the Mamluks, Muslim dynasties based in Egypt. Ottoman Empire and British Mandate: The Ottoman Empire conquered the region in the 16th century and ruled until the end of World War I. Following the war, the League of Nations granted Britain a mandate to administer Palestine in 1920.



A $150.00 late fee on all Payments received after final Payment is due Cancellations after final payment date is 100% Non-Refundable

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