Tour lands replete with Biblical history in well-appointed style. Expert archaeologists and Biblical scholars—world leaders in their fields—serve as your personal tourguides to unlock the wonders of the past.

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Jordan and Israel Tour

The Biblical Archaeology Society (BAS) invites you to visit two of the world’s most sacred and history-drenched lands on an adventure that only we can provide. Join us as we take you on an extraordinary journey through Jordan and Israel, where three of the world’s largest religions converge in his… read more 

Paul's Walk From Troas To Assos

Over the course of Paul’s three missionary journeys, he walked approximately 10,000 miles across the eastern Roman Empire sharing the good news of Jesus Christ as he went. His very last walk of these missionary journeys took place on the Troad peninsula in the mid-60s while he was traveling back to J… read more 

Seven Churches Of Revelation, Nicaea & Istanbul

Western Turkey was the cradle of the early Christian church. With numerous rivers and streams to nourish the fertile land, a large number of populous cities sprouted up in Asia Minor. This area was the centerpiece of Paul’s mission and the area where he spent the bulk of his time. The apostle’s min… read more 

By Sea & Land: Paul's Journey To Rome

Paul’s journey to Rome that concludes the book of Act is one of the most exciting stories in ancient literature. It recounts the fateful shipwreck that occurred west of Crete. Our tour will pick up the story on the island of Malta where Paul and the other 275 survivors came ashore. From Malta we w… read more 

Greece & Turkey

Explore the origins of the church in Greece and Turkey. All three of Paul’s missionary journeys were in ancient Turkey and two of them ended in Greece. Moreover, the apostle John’s ministry was centered in Ephesus where he wrote his gospel, three letters and the book of Revelation. Travel by deluxe mot… read more