Create Your Study Tour
We'll equip your church, seminary, nonprofit, or educational institution to design, promote, and experience an in-depth Study Tour for 30 or more people. Our context rich study tours are designed to make the Bible easier to understand by providing experiences and insights through engaging the culture, geography, and history found in the Biblical text.
We have spent years walking the land and developing relationships with friends in Israel, Jordan, and Egypt. Our teachers lead and teach in a way so that the Bible is easier to understand for everyone.
We will work with you to craft a tour that moves at a pace and level of physical intensity appropriate for your group that will contain the same caliber of teaching. We'll even supply you with a printable brochure!
This dedicated travel professional is available leading up to and during your study tour ensuring a smooth and pleasant experience for everything from online registration to the final flight home.
Our all inclusive tours mean you and your participants won't have to juggle cash and haggle over prices. Your Travel Coordinator and Local Guide have prepaid and pre-tipped everything on your trip.
*Beverages for lunch and dinner are not covered in Egypt & Jordan.
Just because you're creating a Study Tour doesn't mean you have to handle registration and payments. We will provide a secure registration site that handles all document and payment collections.
Backpack & Gear
We take care of everything so your participants can stay focused during your Study Tour, including providing them with a hydration backpack, study guide, flashlight, and passport/ticket carrier.
“People have asked me what was my favorite part, and I cannot pick one or even two because there are too many!”
Are Any of these true of your group?
Do you find the Bible difficult to understand at times?
Do you desire to have a deeper relationship with God?
Do you struggle to find relevance in what you're reading in the Scripture?
Do you ever feel overwhelmed trying to study the Bible?
Do you ever wonder if you're missing out on what the Bible is saying?
Do you want to be more confident in your ability to interpret the Bible correctly?