Sea Of Galilee Holy Site Virtual Tour
Join us from the comfort of your own home for this virtual tour of the Holy Sites in Galilee, Israel.
Follow Jesus footsteps in a 1 hour virtual tour and visit the Galilee with an Israeli licensed tour guide who will make this experience educational and fun while you can interact with video and audio.
Tour will also include biblical references and a glance to the Jewish life in the Galilee in the 1st century AD.
We will focus on three main sites of ministry and miracles of Jesus at the Sea of Galilee northern tip.
After HE was rejected from Nazareth Jesus chose Capernaum as his hometown from which he will minister all around the Galilee and the Decapolis.
The first site of visit is the Mount of Beatitudes where the Sermon on the Mount traditionally occurred.
Also explore the byzantine style modern church and it's artistic representation of the event commemorated here.
With beautiful views of the Sea of Galilee also see local agriculture and learn how controlling this fresh water lake is crucial to the State of Israel and caused a war in 1967 with Syrians that set on the lake eastern shores and the Golan Heights.
Proceed to Capernaum and from archaeology you will learn about Jewish life in the Sea of Galilee and how introducing a paralyzed man from a house rooftop was actually possible.
See where Jesus' headquarters was and why Capernaum location was important for Jesus' ministry.
Visit the monuments that are standing to commemorate HIS presence in Capernaum - the Church and the Synagogue.
End the tour with a visit to Tabgha where some miracles occurred and where Peter received his primacy.
Last - see how a fisherman's boat from the 1st century looks like as one was discovered under the water and presented in this online tour.
Your tour guide will make this online experience of the Galilee alive by showing panoramic moving photos, aerial images and drone pictures besides unique lookout views that you cannot have even on a real tour.
Besides the tour guide will also show maps, diagrams and models so history takes shape.