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A Boat Ride on the Sea of Galilee , Israel

As you head out to sail on the Sea of Galilee from the pier Tiberias, Genesaret, Capernaum National Park or Ein Gev, the spray refreshes you, gulls wheel overhead, and other “sailors” call out greetings.

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Surise on the Sea of Galilee

As you head out to sail on the Sea of Galilee from the pier Tiberias, Genesaret, Capernaum National Park or Ein Gev, the spray refreshes you, gulls wheel overhead, and other “sailors” call out greetings.
But the highlight is when your captain cuts the motor and you’re surrounded by landscapes sacred for thousands of years. In your wooden boat, resembling ancient ones, you feel you’ve gone back to a time when people depended on wind and waves for their livelihood and their miracles.
Here, Jesus walked on the water (John 6:19-21), calmed a storm (Matt. 8:23-26), and showed the disciples miraculous catches of fish (Luke 5:1-8; John 21:1-6). Many Jewish visitors also take the lake trip, heading out to where tradition says Miriam the Prophetess caused a miraculous spring to appear. Ask your travel planner or hotel staff to make your boat-ride reservation during your Galilee stay.

 

 

Sites & Attractions

 
On the shores of the Sea of Galilee (Kinneret), Tiberias offers water sports, Jewish an...
Located on the grounds of Kibbutz Ginnosar on the Sea of Galilee, the museum is named a...
The combination of the coast and large area of pools creates interesting bird watching ...
One of Israel's largest concentrations of water fowl. Attracts herons and cormorants in...
The Sea of Galilee (Kinneret) is Israel’s largest fresh-water lake – a prime tourist at...
Museum depicting how Hagana members were trained for positions of command, and illustra...
 

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There are rooms in two-story buildings and rooms for families with a balcony and privat...
An old hotel with rooms of various standards. Facilities include a swimming pool, sauna...
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