The Galilee is a mountainous ridge in northern Israel, associated strongly with the Christian faith. The Galilee is where Jesus grew up, performed miracles, and shaped and spread his faith. Today, sites relating to Jesus and his ministry are holy pilgrimage destinations, visited and worshipped by many.
Reaching and touring these sites can be a challenge for people with disabilities. Nazareth, for example, is a city of about 80,000 residents. With its main attractions in the heart of the city, parking is virtually impossible. But we will take care of that! We know how to get to the closest point possible near the Church of Annunciation, as well as Marys’ well.
Cana is 6 miles north of Nazareth. The Gospel of John records Jesus turning water into wine during a wedding here. The Roman-Catholic church in Cana has possible remains of the wedding venue, but its access is limited. However, we can get to the closest point possible and minimize the walking.
Finally, on the shores of the Sea of Galilee the tour will get you to Capernaum. All gospels record, in detail, Jesus’ acts in and around this small fishing village. Unlike tour groups using buses, we will park right by the main entrance, and reduce the walking substantially.