Mysteries of Israel | israel jordan mystery tour 2019

israel jordan mystery tour 2019

magical mystery tour of the holy land 14-24/2/19

Discover the secrets and mystic places of Israel, Palestine and Jordan, off the beaten track. Israel as a birthplace of:

  • Megalithic culture: visit to ancient stone circle and standing stones

  • All religions and mysticism, Gods and goddess revelation

  • Energy lines that cover our Planet, sacred sites

  • History of Canaanite, Persians, Phoenicians, Egyptians, Hebrews, Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Muslims, Crusaders and Ottomans in the Near East

Moreover, Magnificent Petra in Jordan, one of the Seven Wonders of the World and unique discovery journey to Trans Jordan.

Did you know?
Israel is considered to be the birthplace of the great megalithic cultures - those who built the great stone circles of Stonehenge and Avebury had their example in Israel.

Israel is also the birthplace of all religions and mysticism, the place of Gods revelation, and a center for energy lines that cover our Planet.

In this unique tour, we offer you an opportunity to discover the secret and mystic places of Israel and Jordan, off the beaten track, with emphasis on the ancient cultures and their mystic and esoteric traditions: Sufism, Jewish kabala, Christian mysticism, Gnosticism, Holy Grail, the goddess and more.

guide - Zeev Ben Arie. a leading expert on esoteric traditions in Israel and jordan  focused in mysticism, religions and cultures; currently working on his PhD on sacred places in Israel
Zeev was born in Jerusalem in 1961. Raised by a mother who was an archeologist and a father who was geography professor specializing in Jerusalem, the talk around the dinner table was about king Herod…




Day 1 (Thursday, February 14, 2019) – Arrival

Arrival in Israel. Transfer to the Jerusalem, the holiest place in the world, birthplace of all western religions, home to many mystic traditions including the holy grail, Sufism, goddess worship and more, sacred architecture and art. We stay in a wonderful place within the old city. Introductory lecture on the mysteries of Israel and megalithic sites in the world by zeev ben arie.

Day 2mysteries of Jerusalem

We will start our tour by viewing the Temple Mount. For one thousand years, this was the site of the Jewish Temple, the most important and impressive building in the entire ancient world. Today it is the site of yet another impressive building – the Dome of the Rock. Visit the impressive archeological excavations of the southern and western walls of the Temple Mount; see models and presentations of the Temple in ancient times. Continue to the City of David – the ancient remains from thousands of years ago

In the afternoon, we will discover the secrets hidden in the architecture and art of the many churches of Jerusalem reveal esoteric traditions, like those of the Templars, the Freemasons, and others. Visit the holiest place in the world for most Christians: The Church of the Holy Sepulcher - the place where Jesus was crucified, buried and resurrected. Discover the Holy Grail traditions and the appearance of the search for the Holy Grail in crusader times.

Evening lecture on First and Second Temple by Zeev.

Day 3 – Jerusalem and Bethlehem

We will start the day by visiting mount Zion, place of the last supper, than continue to the Via Dolorosa and other Christian sites in the old city, continue to the Mount of Olives. According to all three religions, the promised Messiah will come to Jerusalem at the end of times from this mountain to the east – a belief that has made the mountain sacred. Visit the ascension site that Christians and Muslims believe is the place of Jesus’ ascension, and some of the other churches on the mount, that have beautiful panoramic views of the city.

In the afternoon, we will drive to Bethlehem in the Palestinian territories to see the Church of Nativity and the Israeli story from the other side of the fence.

Night in Jerusalem.

Day 4 – Judean desert, Dead Sea, and Jordan River

Since antiquity, the Judean Desert has been a place of refuge for prophets, sages, mystic sects, hermits and renegades. Here John the Baptist worked, the Essenes lived, and the Christian monastic movement developed. The canyons and gorges of the desert conceal many secrets; the lowest place on earth, the Dead Sea, is also a place of spiritual rebirth.

We will visit to Jericho, in the West Bank on Palestinian territory, considered by many to be the most ancient city on the world – 11,000 years old! Next stop is River Jordan and Baptismal site. From there continue to Qumran home of the Essenes, a spiritual community of healers and holy people that lived over 2,000 years ago, who practiced the sacred and secret Jewish traditions. Noon is good time to bathe at the Kalia Beach (weather permit) and eat lunch at the shores of the Dead Sea - the lowest place on earth!

In the evening we will return to Jerusalem, night in Jerusalem

Day 5Gezer monoliths, Maresha underground cities

In this day we will discover some surprising unknown sites, starting with the Maresha underground city, built by the ancient Edomite's, huge underground mysterious spaces, and the nearby caves.

We will continue to Gezer, very ancient city were the first alphabet writings in the world was found. The archeologists discovered huge Gezer Monoliths, which they cannot explain, brought there from far away.

In the afternoon, we will discover unknown site on Mount Carmel. One of the energy points of Israel and the beginning of the st Michel line

Evening we arrive to a wonderful place in the heart of galilee, kibbutz guest house, and seminar center, night in the galilee

Day 6 - mysteries of the galilee

In the Golan Heights, we find the earliest stone circle in the world, 150 meters in diameter with surprising spiritual origin. Our tour begins by going to Rugum Hiri, a huge stone circle directed towards the rising of the sun on the longest day of the year. We will meditate in the place and feel the energies.

From there we will go to a 5000-year-old city of Hazor, with huge earth works and interesting ancient temples, the energy of the place is unique.

We continue to the Sea of Galilee and visit the sacred Christian sites, where Jesus lived and operated. The place of the fish and bread, Kefar Nahum, Mount of Beatitude.

Overlooking the Sea of Galilee is and extinct volcano – this is the most sacred place in the world of the Druze sect – a mystic religion claiming for very ancient origins, starting in Egypt. This is another energy place of Israel.

Night in the Galilee.

Day 7 – Akko and Nazareth

We start the day by visiting Crusaders stronghold Akko (Acre) with impressive Citadel and a unique underground city and halls, opportunity to meditate and Explore the traditions of the holy grail that emerged in the city, and see the most sacred place to the Baha'i, a newly formed religion, in the world

We continue with Nazareth, see the place of annunciation, where the word became flesh. Have dinner at a sufi family and participate in ziker ceremony

Night in the Galilee.

Day 8Trans Jordan

On this day, we will make our way across the Jordanian border –and start our tour of Jordan by visiting unknown Jordanian Stonehenge, the site of Morayghat. In the Gilad mountains. Continue to Jerash, an ancient preserved roman city and world heritage site. See the great temples and forum.

In the afternoon we will reach the sacred mountain of Nebo, where Moses disappeared after seeing the promised land from afar, we will visit the monastery and continue to the nearby beautiful town of Madaba in the Moav mountains. Explore the archeological park and Byzantine famous mosaics

Night in Madaba

Day 9 south Jordan

On this day, we will explore the beautiful countryside and ancient cities of south Jordan, the historical places of biblical Moab and Edom

We will start by driving through the Moab heights and over the Arnon canyon to al karak, the beautifully preserved crusader castle. Home to the Templar mysterious order. It is one of the biggest castles in the Middle East with a view to the Dead Sea. We will continue on the king's highway to the nature reserve and visitor center of Wadi Dana, see traditional architecture and way of life of the locals

In the afternoon we will reach Petra and start exploring it by visiting the canyon of little Petra and an unknown 9000 years old ancient settlement nearby

Night in petra

Day 10 petra

One of the wonders of this world. Petra was the capital of the Nabateans - mysterious people who worshipped earth energies and the sky.

The day will start by walking through the Sik to the temple of the Hazana, at the entrance of Petra. From there we will ascend to the altar mountain, one of the energy points of Petra, and descend to the main street.

After lunch break within Petra we will continue to discover the different sites, see the Temple of dushra – god of the mountains, the tombs of the kings and the monastery complex.

Night in Petra.

Day 11 – wadi rum and eilat

Wadi rum was described as the most beautiful and awe inspiring desert in the world, by Lawrence of Arabia. It is a wonderful combination of mountains, sand dunes and petroglyphic sites. We will do a 2-hour jeep tour, desert walk and meditation.  

In the afternoon, we will reach Eilat in Israel and from there take a bus or plane to Tel Aviv, this will be the end of our tour. Those who want can stay a day or more in either Eilat or Tel Aviv



Price: group of 16 and more 1980 €
(there is a possibility to join only the Israel part for 7 days – 1280€)
based on double occupancy. Addition for single room: €400

Price includes:

Airport pickup and drop out
Local Transportation and driver
Local flight - bus: Eilat - Tel Aviv
10 nights in good guesthouses and/or three star hotels
breakfasts and full Dinners
mineral water – 1 bottle a day
All entrance fees to archaeological sites, museums and national parks
Petra fee
jeep tour in wadi rum
boat tour in akko
Meeting with Sufi mystic, music evening
Expert guidance of Zeev Ben Arie
Local guide in Jordan

Price does not include:
international flights to and from Israel
Lunch box, sandwiches or picnic
Border tax Jordan (approx. 20 euro)
Border tax Israel (approx. 25 euro)
Tips in Israel and Jordan: 5 euro per day, to be collected first day.
Medical insurance


List of the hotels: (may change)

14-18/2 Lutheran guest house

17-20/2 Inbar guest house

21/2  madaba – not known yet

21-24/2 Petra, Petra Palace

Security: If security concerns, the itinerary will be adjusted accordingly.

Notes: Price is based on minimum of 16 persons. This is exclusive tour with limited number of participants. Hiking shoes necessary. English language. Organizers will try to satisfy gluten-free and vegetarian needs, but holds no responsibility. Have to have passport valid at least 6 months after entering Israel. Israel and Jordan are tourist-oriented countries with several millions of visitors every year. Check before travel if visa is needed for Israel (

Weather: our experience shows that February is a very good month to visit Israel, you risk a few days of rain but on the other hand avoid intense heat that can appear even in March and April

Payment: In order to ensure your place - Down payment of 200 needs to be payed (in visa or mastercard only) through this link
Or by bank transfer
Full amount needed by January 14, 2019.


Testimonies from former tour (2018)

“Intense experience”

“I am proud to tell my friends that I visited non-touristic places. And being guided by two knowledgeable guys was great.”

“Zeev’s knowledge is indescribable. I was very impressed. I will encourage anyone to join in.”

“I now have great memories of Israel, Jordan and our group. I am inspired to look up things on the internet which keep the feelings of the trip going. I met some wonderful people and have been invited to Switzerland as a result. Sam and Zeev are too extremely knowledgeable individuals with incredible memories with much information to pass on. They were so kind and helpful if someone was ill and needed special attention or a lift back to the hotel. They are also both lovely guys and are sadly missed. The accommodation on the trip was very good. The food at Inbar kibbutz was out of this world. It was all vegan, delicious in taste texture and beautiful to look at. I am a meat eater and am inspired to try some vegan cooking because of the wonderful tastes and the addition of more variety in my cooking. We had lovely buffets of hot cooked meats, fish and vegetables, salads, olives, houmous and tahini, rice and couscous and much more in other hotels.

Our coach drivers were great and so helpful and our Jordan guide was a very cheerful and motivated young man.

As for the tour it was so interesting and such a great experience to remember when you are back home. The Galilee, Golan Heights and Jerusalem were such a contrast. Wadi Rum and Petra were really special. This was a holiday of a lifetime for me and it has provided enduring memories.”

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