What our passengers are saying.
Oh my goodness, it is almost impossible to pick out my favorite site, I loved hear and following the Bible. Malcom provide us with so much information, I loved the western wall, Mount Olive, the Garden of Getsimine , the Garden tomb, Via del Arosa , the boat ride on the Sea of Galilee, Masada the cable car ride , there was just so much we did and saw, Malcolm knows his Bible and history , the hotels were beautiful, the bus and Raja the bus driver was great and very accommodating, this was a trip of a life time and I would highly recommend your tour company. Thank you so very much in everything you did to make our trip Memorable, I will never forget all we saw and learned.
I had the best time in Israel, a big thank you for everything you did to make this experience happen. I enjoyed the food, the flavors were so intense. Got to ride a camel, visit Jesus tomb, pray at the wailing wall. There are so many memories that will stay with me forever, specially getting baptized in the Jordan River. The boat ride on the Sea of Galilee was amazing.
The entire tour was amazing, and the tour guide, Malcome Cartier, super amazing…!!!
All of the tour was a Life-Changing experience… However the most impactful was when we went under the Rabbi’s Tunnel and were below the Holy of Holies and a group of women were praying… Just not praying, but virtually in tears praying, I could feel them praying as I walked by slowly. I took a picture in my heart because I wanted to never forget them praying. I told myself, I want to learn how to pray like that… As I walked by, I could feel God’s presence, see his face, and hear his voice…
While on the sea of Galilee, I couldn’t believe how still and calm and beautiful the lake was and I could not fathom 15-foot waves like in the ocean… At 2:00 AM, I heard loud howling noises and when I looked out my room window in Tiberias, the trees were sideways, the waives were 15-feet high like a hurricane ocean on the east coast… The lake no longer looked like Lake Tahoe, but the Pacific or Atlantic ocean…
We ate a fish whole from the sea of Galilee, I’ve never done that… After being on the Sea and signing and praising…
I don’t know where to start, I want to say thank you from small to big work, planing and organizing, from single to groups well done and I very much appreciate it.
In my life there are so many blessings that I take accountable for, I came from Eritrea as a lottery winner to United States of America and now I am an American citizen going as tourist to the Holy land with amazing pastors and American people which is an amazing blessing in my lifetime.
There is nothing I can compare from hotels to places and devotions every day that I had. God is good, he blessed us with a lot of memories and teachings that stay forever in my brain, May God bless the people that keep the Bible story alive and my wishes to generations to know about the amazing bible story.
Where do I start? My husband and I were on the blue bus and we were blessed to have Malcom as our tour guide! What an encyclopedia of knowledge in one man!! I loved this man. Best tour guide ever for bringing the Bible to life, the history, the culture, the language, etc!!
Our all time favorite lunch was the Bethlehem pre-made, super delicious and highly efficient feeding of falafels to our group. Best lunch ever!!
The ultimate memory was watching, experiencing and remembering the massive waves on the Sea of Galilee. Crazy 12-14’ waves!! We were at the right place at the right time!
Kudos to your suggestion to bring lots of $1’s. We went through a lot of them. Best tip ever.
So glad we closed with Petra. It was so visual and moving. At that point in our tour, our auditory capacity was overflowing!!
Our days were packed, many of them lasting 12 + hours. As Malcolm explained,” I’d rather give you too much than not enough!” However, it would have been nice to have a few hours of free time (end one day at 3pm) to walk around Jerusalem, shop, eat at a local place, talk with locals, etc. Or, just to have down time away from the group to process everything we had learned.
This was a physical and mental informational overload trip. I was concerned about the older folks in our groups who were having trouble sleeping, walking all day, taking all the steps and eating foreign foods. This should probably be disclosed a bit more in your packets. Oh, the tunnel filled with water we could not take because we did not understand it was 3’ deep and you needed water shoes. If we had only known! More disclosure in that too, please!
Barb and Jim Mcgeough