Study Tour of the Biblical Lands 2020

Jordan—5 days

Recall Jesus’ baptism at “Bethany beyond the Jordan”, float in the waters of the Dead Sea, journey into the rose city of Petra, and visit the magnificent Decapolis city of Jerash.

Israel and Palestinian Territories—10 days

Immerse yourself in Jesus and his mission on and around the Sea of Galilee. Pray at the birthplace of Jesus in Bethlehem and visit the fields of Beit Sahour: Shepherds’ Field and the Field of Boaz. View Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives. Visit the City of David and walk the Western Wall tunnels to the first-century level. Traverse the passion of Jesus via Gethsemane, Calvary and the Holy Sepulchre. Investigate the ancient city of Megiddo (Armageddon) and imagine life in the community at Qumran.

Greece—6 days

Follow Paul’s journey through Philippi, Thessaloniki and Beroea to Athens and Corinth.

Study options

Take this tour for credit or as an audit student in two
units in Old and New Testaments:
• BN2/3/9705C
• BA2/3/9705C
Fees apply (FEE-HELP available for eligible students).
All travellers participate as either credit or audit students.


Per person, twin share: $12,500
Single-traveller supplement: $3,985

The tour cost includes guides, all airfares and bus travel, entry to sites and museums, high-quality accommodation with breakfast and dinner daily, visas and tips.

Study costs are additional.


Crete and Delphi—3 days

Arrive into Heraklion to visit Knossos and the museum. Travel across the island to the ancient Roman site, Crete Gortys, the Church of Titus, St Paul’s Cave and the chapel at “Fair Havens”. Then encounter the mystery of Delphi.

Additional cost: $1,565 per person, twin share
($545 single-traveller supplement)

Contact us now for further information

Jenny Delahunt | jenny.delahunt@ctc.edu.au | (03) 9412 3314

Information Sessions

  • Saturday 19 October 2019, 2:00-4:00pm
  • Saturday 9 November 2019, 2:00-4:00pm

Download the Study Tour of Biblical Lands 2020 Information Flyer

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