Israel Tour – Sukkot 2022

The desert shall rejoice and blossom as the rose… waters shall burst forth in the wilderness, and streams in the desert… A highway will be there—a roadway. It will be called the Way of Holiness… The ransomed of Adonai will return and come to Zion with singing, with everlasting joy upon their heads.  – Isaiah 35

Prayer Mountain, just to the west of Tamar Biblical Park

This year, Dr. Hollisa Alewine, author of the The Creation Gospel, is hosting a tour of Israel during the Feast of Tabernacles. I (Kisha Gallagher) am the tour coordinator for this awesome event. We invite you to join us in the Holy Land October 6-18, 2022. After a couple of years of not being able to travel to the Land, we are especially anticipating this trip. Israel has recently opened their borders to vaccinated AND unvaccinated tourists.

Unlike many other tours of the Holy Land, this pilgrimage tour will offer you many leisure hours to pray, meditate, study, and fellowship as we will honor the weekly and festival Shabbats.  We will stay in Jerusalem and the Galilee at various times along our journey, but our home base will be in the Arava desert, in the Wilderness of Zin, at Tamar Biblical Park. I’ve had the pleasure of staying at Tamar, dubbed the “Jewel of the Arava,” several times now, and each one remains close to my heart. There is something ethereal about staying in the wilderness where ancient Israel camped, following Adonai’s Majestic Cloud.

Thus says the LORD, “I remember concerning you the devotion of your youth, the love of your betrothals, your following after Me in the wilderness, through a land not sown.”  (Jer. 2:2 NASB)

Biblical Tamar Park is one of the oldest and most unique archaeological sites in southern Israel. We will be staying right in the midst of this 55 acre historic site. Nearby, you can explore places such as Mt. Hor, where Moses buried Aaron, and Miriam’s Spring, where Miriam was buried. History abounds in seven strata uncovered at the Park, curated by Blossoming Rose, our tour liaison.

Check out the tentative itinerary for Sukkot with Dr. Alewine October 6-18, 2022 by clicking here.


The feast of Sukkot is quickly approaching! Register now to reserve your spot on the tour. May this year be the year that you make pilgrimage up to Jerusalem for the Feast of the Nations, the Season of Our Joy. Spend time in the actual wilderness, down in the Arava desert. Walk the circuit where Yeshua ministered in the Galilee. Be enriched by the anointed teaching of Dr. Alewine. This year in Jerusalem!

Register by clicking the "Book Now" tab here.


Tamar is also called Ir Ovot and Ein Hatzeva. Click the links to learn more.


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  2. Tana Lee Snowden

    I am a trucker and tried to register for the Sukkot Israel trip

    My passport is at home. I will not be home until Friday. Please help. I don’t want to miss out.

    Should I fill out a bogus passport for now to reserve my spot???


    • Tana, I think I replied to you in our CG group too, but you should be fine if you can reserve this Friday. We still have plenty of space available right now. (:


  3. Mickie

    All signed up – I’m so happy that I get to go and at Sukkot makes it even better! Thank you for planning this trip 🙂


  4. Made the commitment!

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    I look forward to the tour in two weeks. I reached out months ago to ask about the side trip to Petra. Is there a plan to still do this? Thank you for your reply.

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    • I’m excited too! I’m sorry my email response didn’t come through, Monica. Not sure what happened there. We always try to make the Petra option available, but unfortunately we were not able to make it happen this year. I personally haven’t been there yet either and would really like to go. Blossoming Rose handles these things for us to ensure our safety, and they have to be able to ensure will can leave and return to Israel. That isn’t always easy, depending on Israel’s security level. Hopefully, we will be able to go to Petra at our next tour. 😊


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