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Apr 28-May 7, 2025



Rabbi Jason Sobel Portrait

Rabbi Jason Sobel




Apr 28-May 7, 2025



Rabbi Jason Sobel Portrait

Rabbi Jason Sobel

JOIN US FOR A LIFE-CHANGING, Rabbinic study tour of the Holy Land, Israel.

Explore the rich roots of your faith and let the Bible and the words of Yeshua come to life.

APRIL 28-MAY 7, 2025


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Experience the Holy Land in HD

Embark on a transformative Rabbinic Study Tour to the Holy Land and witness the profound impact it can have on your faith. Our carefully crafted experiences and locations will lead you through the diverse landscape of ancient biblical sites, thriving cities, lush vineyards, and arid deserts, providing a deep immersion into the historical and spiritual significance of each location. From the dusty streets of Jerusalem to the spectacular shores of Galilee, you’ll walk in the footsteps of biblical history alongside like-minded believers, fostering lifelong spiritual connections. Gain deeper insight into God’s Word and be forever changed as you experience the transformative power of a rabbinic study Israel tour.

  • Banias, the site of ancient Caesarea Philippi on the feet of Mount Hermon, where Jesus demanded to know of his disciples who people were saying he was (Matthew 16:13).
  • Tel Dan is a significant archaeological site referencing King David’s existence.
  • Abraham’s Gate – believed to have been built around 1750 B.C.E.
  • Netanya on the Mediterranean Coast
  • Historic Caesarea Maritima, the Roman Capital of Judea, where Peter followed God’s leading to visit Cornelius (Acts 10) and where he proclaimed the gospel to the Romans (Acts 24-26).
  • Mount Precipice, the traditional site of the cliff from which an angry mob attempted to throw Jesus after His bold proclamation in the Nazareth synagogue

  • Mount Carmel, the traditional site of the Fire that came down from Heaven and consumed the offering.
  • Nazareth Village is a hands-on experience that transports guests to life in a Jewish village in Galilee two thousand years ago.

  • Board a wooden sailing boat, fashioned after the ancient fishing vessels, for a boat ride across the Sea of Galilee.

  • Mount of Beatitudes, the place where Jesus delivered the famous Sermon on the Mount.

  • Magdala, an ancient village, where Jesus‘ follower Mary Magdalene lived

  • Baptism/Mikvah “Then Jesus came from Galilee down to the Jordan to be baptized” (Matthew 3:13).

  • Shabbat dinner led by Rabbi Jason Sobel

  • Journey to Capernaum (John 6:24) to visit a first-century synagogue where Jesus preached and healed the epileptic boy (Matt. 4:13-17, Mark 9:14-29).

  • Qumran, where the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered. A fascinating look into the Jewish‘ world in Jesus’ time offers a framework to understand Jesus’ message and the practices of the early church

  • Ein Gedi – Where David hid from Saul

  • Swim and float in the Dead Sea, bathing yourself in the mineral-rich water and mud

  • Visit the Shrine of the Book in the Israel Museum, which houses the Dead Sea Scrolls, the oldest Biblical manuscripts in the world, as well as rare early medieval biblical manuscripts.

  • View the Model of Jerusalem in Jesus’ time, which reconstructs the city as it was prior to its destruction by the Romans in 66 CE

  • Yad  Vashem  Holocaust  Memorial  Center  including  the  Avenue  of  the  Righteous  and  the Children’s Memorial

  • Pool of Siloam rock-cut pool located outside the walls of the Old City of Jerusalem, to the southeast. It was fed by the waters of the Gihon Spring,  dating back to the Second Temple period, the pool was used for ritual purification and site of Jesus’ healing of the blind man.

  • The Western Wall Tunnels navigate below the temple mount complex among the Herodian stones

  • Upper Room This is the place where Jesus Christ shared the Last Supper with his disciples before his crucifixion. It is also believed to be the site where the Holy Spirit descended upon the apostles during the Feast of Pentecost, marking the birth of the Christian church.

  • Tour the excavation of the Palace of Herod the Great, later used as the Palace of Pontius Pilate, and the more authentic site the Praetorium–the verdict of Jesus.

  • Garden Tomb (Gordon’s Calvary). This ancient cemetery is a moving site in which to recall the crucifixion and burial of Jesus. Spend time in these peaceful garden surroundings in prayer, song, and fellowship

  • Drive to the top of the Mount of Olives, known as the site from where Jesus ascended to heaven after His resurrection. Panoramic view of the Old City of Jerusalem from Mount of Olives.

  • Walk the “Palm Sunday Road” to the Garden of Gethsemane, where Jesus prayed on the night of His betrayal.

  • Garden of Gethsemane, Jesus Wept over Jerusalem, the site of His crushing, and pressing

  • St. Anne’s Church is believed to be connected to Mary (Miriam), the Mother of Jesus, accompanied by her parents Anne and Joachim, once resided

  • Pool of Bethesda likely traces its origins to the third century B.C.E, and spans over 300 feet, bearing witness to the footsteps of the ages. Here, the waters that Yeshua’s miraculous touch brought healing to a man who had languished for 38 years.

  • Via Dolorosa and the 14 stations of the cross encapsulate the defining moments of Yeshua Jesus’ journey to Calvary, echoing the unfathomable burden shouldered on the path to redemption. Each station, from Pilate’s condemnation to Jesus’ burial, marks a pivotal moment in the Passion narrative, encapsulating the raw intensity of human suffering and divine grace.

  • Church of the Holy Sepulcher solemn custodian of the defining moments of Yeshua’s crucifixion and resurrection, etching an indelible connection to the fabric of biblical narratives and spiritual pilgrimage.

  • Davidson  Center–with excavations of the Herodian  Temple,  as it stood before its destruction by Roman troops in 70 AD.

  • Experience the Southern Steps (Hulda Steps and Gates) and Psalms of Ascent, which used to be the main entrance to the Holy Temple, through which Jesus entered the Temple Mount.

  • Bethlehem, Shepherd’s Fields, and the Church of the Nativity, sanctuaries believed to enshrine the very site of Yeshua’s birth, Rachel’s Tomb, the story of Ruth and Boaz along with the hometown of King David and his father, Jesse.

  • Jericho is revered as one of the most ancient settlements in the world.
  • Shiloh mentioned once in the Torah in Genesis 49:10—a profound, Messianic prophecy. Additionally its role as the epicenter of religious and political authority under the leadership of Joshua
  • Bethel “House of God”, at the intersection of the crucial north-south road from Hebron to Shechem and the main east-west road from the central hills to the Jordan Valley

*Locations are subject to last-minute changes.

Jerusalem, Israel
Jerusalem info here
Sea of Galilee
Tiberias and Sea of Galilee
Pool of Siloam
Pool of Bethesda
St Anne's Church
Yad Vashem
israel museum
Cesarea Maritima
Cesarea Philippi, Banias
Mount Beatitude
Thagba, 7 Springs
Garden Tomb
Garden of Gethsemane
Church of the Holy Sepulchre
Jewish Quarter
Ein Gedi
The Western Wall, Kotel
Mount Carmel

Indelible Locations

Unveil the life-changing places you’ve only read about for too long! Walk where Jesus walked, worshiped, proclaimed the good news, and made salvation available to all.

Mike and Leesa

Fusion Global Partners

Mike and Leesa

“It’s pretty life-changing. Yeshua Jesus,. The places, where he was, what he accomplished, what he did for me. To understand the Jewishness of Jesus, to walk where he was, and what he saw.

Rabbi Jason does a wonderful job explaining the New Testament, how it correlates with the Old Testament, the beauty of the Gospels, and how they’re all integrated into the Old Testament.”

Carnetta W.

Rock Road Rabbi Tours

Carnetta W.

“We are in Jerusalem! Where Jesus died over there, carried the cross, and rose again. What Jesus has gone through is for my sins and the sins of the world. I wanted to come here for so long. I can’t really believe i’m here. Jesus Lives in my heart because he died for me on the cross here. When I go back, the world will know. I will tell them all about what I have learned here, my pastors, family, friends, and neighbors.”

Kaleena and Tiana

Fusion Global Tribes

Kaleena and Tiana

“One of the many things that God surprised me with this week is the magnitude of the Jewish faith and its connection to our Christian faith, and how little, even growing up in a Christian home, going to Christian college, knowing these stories from when I was young, and seeing them come to life here, connecting Old to New and the importance of the Jewish faith with my Christian faith.” – Tiana


Experience Israel with Rabbi Jason Sobel

Ready To Book This Life-Changing Experience?


 Join us on an extraordinary Rabbinic Study Tour through the Holy Land, a journey that promises to unravel the mysteries of ancient biblical sites and immerse you in the historical and spiritual significance of each location. From the ancient streets of Jerusalem to the serene shores of Galilee, embark on a transformative adventure that will ignite your faith and deepen your connection to God and His Word. Dive into the diverse landscape of biblical sites, thriving cities, lush vineyards, and arid deserts, walking in the footsteps of biblical history alongside fellow followers of Yeshua Jesus. Experience the profound impact of this captivating expedition and let it forever change the way you experience the Word.

David Citadel Hotel in Jerusalem
Often we use the David Citadel Hotel in Jerusalem on Rock Road Rabbi Tours™ in Israel


Shabbat in Israel // For thousands of years, Jews have set aside the Sabbath for spiritual growth, rest, and connecting with loved ones. On Friday evening during the tour, Rabbi Jason will lead us in a traditional Jewish Shabbat meal, complete with singing, sharing blessings, discussing scripture, and spending quality time together. Opening your heart to the beauty, simplicity, and connection of Shabbat brings about transformation, wholeness, and healing. This ancient tradition holds a profound power, and we would be honored to share it with you on a Rock Road Rabbi Tour in Israel.



Renewal of vows in Jerusalem with a Ketuba // The Mount of Olives is a uniquely beautiful and fitting location to renew your vows with your spouse. This mountain is a place of prophetic hope and a symbol of God’s steadfast devotion. In a picturesque and serene setting under the shadows of Jerusalem, Rabbi Jason will lead you in a special ceremony that parallels a Jewish wedding. Each couple will also receive a customized ketubah –a decorative, traditional marriage agreement expressing your lifelong commitment to Yeshua and each other.



Personal Prayer and Immersion in the Jordan River // Immersion in water has carried deep spiritual significance for the Jewish people for thousands of years. And there is no more symbolic place than the Jordan River for God’s people to express their commitment to a life of holiness and purity. In the same waters where John the Baptist immersed Yeshua, you will have the opportunity to recommit your life to Yeshua by being immersed in the Jordan by Rabbi Jason.

Frequently Asked Questions: FAQ's

A $500 per person deposit is required for your reservation/application to be considered complete. Please be aware that there are a limited number of spaces available for this tour and your completed application with deposit secures your space.

Your completed application and deposit secures your place on the trip. Payment arrangements are available and customizable for each participant. You may pay the full amount of your trip prior to scheduled dates.

If we are unable to go to Israel due to war, unrest, or an Act of God all tour payments will be fully refunded.

A copy of your passport will be required with your application and deposit. If you do not have a valid passport, please indicate on your application that you are in the process of obtaining one. According to Israeli law your passport must be valid until 6 months after the day your return from Israel.

You should fly into Tel Aviv to Ben Gurion Airport (TLV).

We suggest you compare prices with El Al, United, American Airlines and Delta just to name a few if flying from the U.S.

A bus and guide will be waiting to transfer you to the hotel from the airport. If you arrive outside of the scheduled ground transportation you can take a taxi to the hotel or private ground transportation for you at an additional cost. Taxis are readily available, and rate controlled, as long as taken from the official taxi rank area.

During the tour air-conditioned transportation will be available by bus to and from the hotels, and sites. You will have access to free Wi-Fi on most buses.

To protect your investment and cover unforeseen expenses, we HIGHLY suggest you purchase a Comprehensive Travel Insurance policy that includes coverage for cancellation, interruption, disruption, unexpected emergencies, and Acts of God such as weather conditions. Policies can be purchased through Travel Guard or TravelX.
Please confirm that your current medical insurance provides coverage for medical expenses on a reimbursement basis while in Israel. If your current medical insurance does not provide coverage while in Israel, International Travel Medical Insurance is very reasonable.
There are no specific immunizations or medications that are recommended or required for travel to Israel, but you are welcome to connect with your primary care physician regarding their recommendations for you individually. Please keep in mind that you can buy the equivalent of most standard over-the-counter medicines in Israel. We would also encourage you to inform your health insurance provider that you will be traveling out of the country and to determine your coverage and medical care options while in Israel.
We will provide a list of recommended items and clothing to all trip participants before our tour. Please plan to bring comfortable shoes or sneakers, as there will be a lot of walking.

Most activities will include walking so participants will be walking approximately 2-3 miles per day. We would recommend wearing comfortable shoes or sneakers each day. Most walks will be lightly to moderately strenuous and there will be breaks throughout the day as you travel to and from sites. Please keep in mind that walks can typically include steps and uneven terrain. Some sites could be difficult to fully experience if there are physical disabilities with walking long distances or problems with the uneven terrain.

Tap water is safe to drink in Israel, but bottled water is also available for purchase.

You will have access to free Wi-Fi on the buses and in some hotels. Many cafes and restaurants also offer complementary Wi-Fi. Some hotels will have Wi-Fi available for hotel guests at customary prices.

Please check with your phone service provider to determine if you will need to purchase an international plan to use your phone in country.
American dollars are accepted in many places in Israel; however, in most cases, change will not be available. We would recommend bringing $1 bills for small items. You can also use your credit/debit card to obtain Shekels at ATMs throughout Israel. Most Israeli hotels, restaurants and stores accept American Express, MasterCard and Visa cards as well.
Almost all hotel rooms are equipped with hairdryers, and all have shaver sockets. For other appliances, Israel’s electricity is 220V A/C, single phase 50-cycles; 110V-220V transformers can be used. Israeli outlets have three prongs, but European two-prong adapters usually work.
Breakfast and Dinner are included and most often presented as a Buffet with many fresh and cooked options.

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