1. Garden of Gethsemane, containing the ancient olive trees, inspired by the sorrow of the night Jesus was arrested at around there!
2. Shepherd fields in Bethlehem, recalling the scene of the birth night of Jesus.
3. Garden Tomb in Jerusalem, maintained by the Protestant community, is believed to be a reasonable option of Crucifixion & Tomb of Jesus. It is a pastoral garden with relaxing corners for one or many; a nice place to congregate or communions.
4. Village of Nazareth, a unique site located in the city of Nazareth and built as an ancient 2000-year old Jewish village, modelling the way of life in the time of Jesus. An interesting spot to relive the ancient period, providing better understanding of Jesus’s childhood.
5. Tabaha area, in the north-west side of the Sea of Galilee, where most of Jesus’s ministry resided. There are geographic sites alongside archeological sites – demonstrating the broad activity Jesus accomplished in this area. Two-thirds of the “Four Gospels” reference this area, imbued with biblical knowledge and insights. This site includes the Sea of Galilee, the Mount of Beatitudes, Capernaum, Magdala, and others.
6. Biblical Old Testament sites (look at the Top 5 Biblical Archeology, or to the “Israel Biblical Archeology package tour”.