The Historic Context of the Crucifixion and Resurrection

Connecting the words of the Bible to our present day reality will strongly deepen your faith. In this video, Asaf will walk you through the last day in the life of Christ.

A Personal Journey, Not a Pre-Packaged Trip

Your faith is about a personal relationship with Christ. Shouldn’t your trip to Jerusalem be the same?

We’ll help you plan a trip that’s meaningful for everyone in your group by getting to know you and talking about what you want to see.

Christ spent a few years here. You’ll only have a few days. We’ll help you make the most of it.

Family of four huddled together with heads bowed in front of an arched building

Bible Stories Will Come Alive

Open book and sandals in front of mountains surrounding Jerusalem

Biblical authors who lived in Jerusalem would often use their physical reality to describe their emotions. It’s hard to be moved by something you’ve never seen.

When you stand in Jerusalem, realizing you are surrounded by great mountains, King David’s words in Psalm 125 come to life:

As the mountains surround Jerusalem, so the Lord surrounds his people both now and forevermore.

Bring Your Family or Your Whole Church!

Every Christian should experience Jerusalem at least once. It’s our job to make sure your time here inspires your faith for the rest of your life.

Man riding a camel in front of a group of people with Jerusalem visible in the background

Bringing your family or Church group to Israel to follow the footsteps of Christ will inspire your entire family.

Every aspect and detail of your trip is fully customizable.

Tour guides are flexible and able to accommodate last minute changes.

Stay in luxurious accommodations that help you relax and recharge.

Spend time on a fun vacation like you would anywhere else in the world.

Be treated and guided like you’re family because with Shin Tours, you are family.

Experience Christian heritage in a way you never thought possible.

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Tell us about your group so we can help you get the most out of your time in Israel.


Relive the life of Christ, from birth to death and resurrection, with an informative, entertaining personal guide.


Feel the impact so many have had by coming to this Holy Land. You’ll reflect on these memories for the rest of your life.

Flock of seagulls with a boat that looks somewhat like the ark far in the background

Our guide’s knowledge of history, geography, and social impact of past and current events created an interesting meaningful day for us as Christians.

-Mimi S.

As Christians, we absolutely loved how Avi was able to give us an unbiased full picture of the religions and politics in the region despite not sharing our faith. It was a once in a lifetime experience!

-Clarence L.

Wide view of the Western Wall with the Dome of the Rock in the background
Interior of a dome with the sunlight shining through a hole in the middle

Our group of 28 people got to see Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Nazareth, Akko, Sea of Galilee, Masada, and the Dead Sea in just 5 days. They made a real effort to get to know us and accommodate for our individual needs.
-L. J. C.

Come and See

“Nathanael said to him, ‘Can any good thing come out of Nazareth?’ Philip said to him, ‘Come and see.'”

The 5th of Christ’s 12 apostles, a man named Philip, has just told his Nathanael that they’ve found the Messiah, the Lamb of God that would take away the sins of the world.

They both knew the prophecies recorded in scripture. They knew the Christ would be born in Nazareth, causing Nathanael to jokingly ask if any good thing can come out of Nazareth.

We don’t know what Philip’s conversations and experiences with Jesus were like up to this point, but his answer gives no defense of his new Rabbi. He plainly replies, “Come and see.”

Philip is confident in his challenge because without knowing the details or specifics, he knows that meeting Christ will make a lasting impact on Nathanael’s life.

In the same way, we invite you to come and see Christ’s home and experience aspects of His life here in Israel.

It’s impossible to describe what you will miss if you never experience the Holy Land for yourself.