Adrian Snell Music Tour in Israel

Sunday, 13. March 2022 - Sunday, 20. March 2022
  • Adrian Snell


Date: Sunday, 13. March 2022 – Sunday, 20. March 2022

Price from: to be announced


Join musician and songwriter Adrian Snell on this unique trip to Israel. We are offering a special Israel Tour alongside Adrian. His music is inspired by the jewish culture and the roots of our faith in Christ Jesus. We are privileged to visit the Land of the Bibel, enjoy three private concerts and lots of behind the scenes stories of Adrian.
«It’s a tour about reaching the heart, not just the head.» – Adrian Snell

Organisation: Mideast Tours

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This trip is on the basis of HB (half board). Additional meals that are included will be mentioned in the itinerary.

Travelling is our passion. We consciously work with the best local partners in all countries in order to guarantee an all-round service for our customers. Also with regard to the personal safety of the guests! We fully comply with Federal Law 944.3 on package tours. Mideast Tours Ltd is a member of the «FAIR Reisegarant Genossenschaft» (travel guarantee fund) and thus secures customer funds. Mideast Tours Ltd has an excellent liability insurance for the travel industry (€ 9 million or CHF 10 million). With us you are in safe hands!

There are no «hidden» costs such as airport taxes, kerosene surcharges, additional excursions in the country, small group surcharges, etc. One word – one price. All services can be found in the travel advertisement. Tips according to the travel program (either included or around € 2.50 per day).

Clean, central accommodations based on ** – ****. The location of the accommodation is important to us. Sights (especially in Jerusalem) should be within walking distance if possible! In this way, we enable our guests to visit the old town in the morning / evening without a bus transfer.


Come along with Adrian Snell on a journey of faith. It will give you new depth and understanding of your faith. Adrian will share with you his passion for the Jewish people and the land and what we can learn from them. This journey will explain why he wrote Song of an Exile, City of Peace and Alpha & Omega.

«I hope to see you next year in Jerusalem.» – Adrian Snell


Sunday, 13. March, Arrival Day – Tel Aviv

After our arrival at the airport Ben Gurion we check into our hotel in Tel Aviv. We enjoy the first evening and get to know Adrian over a welcome dinner. Optional for those who want: Evening tour on the beach to the Old Center of Jaffa.
A stone-paved path leads up to the top of the Tel Jaffa, where we find a gate-like sculpture by the artist Dan Kafri called a ‘Statue of Faith’ in the Abrasha Park. Several biblical scenes are carved on the sculpture, including the Binding of Isaac, the Conquest of Jericho and Jacob’s Ladder. The top of the Tell also offers an inviting view to the north of Tel Aviv’s Mediterranean coast.


Monday, 14. March, Jerusalem

We start our day at the Mount of Olives, overlooking the Old City of Jerusalem. We walk to the Garden of Gethsemane, going from the agony of Jesus experiencing the fear of the absence of God (Psalms 22-23). After that we are heading to Yad Vashem, Israel’s main Holocaust remembrance and education center. We Visit the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial Center including the Avenue of the Righteous and the Children’s Memorial. After this visit we enjoy our first concert with Adrian, directly at the Memorial Center.
The rest of the afternoon can be spent individually, processing all the impressions of the day.
We offer the following two options for those who want:

  • City of David, Hezekiah’s Unterwater Tunnel. King Hezekiah built these tunnels during the big siege of the Assyrians to provide the city with water. We walk through knee deep water and experience what it must have felt like, building these tunnels.
  • Shrine of the Book Museum. At this museum we take a look at the Qumran Scrolls exhibition. Those scrolls where discovered by a shepards boy in a cave in Qumran in 1947. They date back to 2000 years ago and contain – among others – the Isaiah scroll.


Tuesday, 15. March, Jesus the Jew – Jerusalem

Our day starts at the Garden Tomb with another concert. We reflect on yesterday, before we do the Ramparts Walk on the Western Wall. We visit the Davidson Center with excavations of the Herodian Temple and we visit the Hulda Steps and Gates, which used to be the main entrance to the Holy Temple, through which Jesus entered the Temple. In the afternoon we spent some free time. Those who want can stroll through the colorful market of the jewish/christian quarter.


Wednesday, 16. March, Desert Day – Jerusalem

Early in the morning we drive to the Dead Sea and visit Masada. A cable car brings us to the top of this mountain, overlooking the desert panorama to the west and the Dead Sea to the east. We take a bath in the mineral rich water and mud of the Dead Sea and enjoy the desert mountains and feeling. In the afternoon we return to Jerusalem and have dinner at the hotel. The evening is free and can be spent discovering more of Jerusalem.


Thursday, 17. March, Sea of Galilee

We enjoy the beautiful drive and landscape from Jerusalem to the Sea of Galilee. From there, a path leads up through open fields to the Mount of the Beatitudes, an enchanting place that invites feelings of quiet. We visit Capernaum, the home of Jesus, and enjoy Peters fish for lunch. Afterwards we experience a beautiful boat ride on the Sea of Galilee before we check into our hotel. For those who want we offer a tour to the Mount Arbel where we hike on the Jesus Trek to the Magdala Synagogue. In the evening we are privileged to experience yet another concert of Adian’s. This time it’s an outdoor concert in Magdala at the Sea of Galilee.


Friday, 18. March, Golan – Sea of Galilee

We start our day with a visit in the Kibbutz Malkia, a collectively organized agricultural settlement, in the upper Galilee. We meet a Kibbutznik who will tell us about life along the Lebanese border and Israeli soldiers, young guys that are responsible for Israel’s safety on Israel’s northern border with Lebanon. For our lunch, we drive to the Golan Heights Winery and learn about the wine production process, visit the barrel hall and enjoy wine tasting of local quality wines. The evening is spent over a Shabbat Dinner.


Saturday, 19. March, Shabbat – Netanya

We drive along the coast and visit the hostoric Caesarea Maritima, the Roman Capital of Judea. Here Peter followed God’s leading to visit Cornelius (Acts 10), proclaimed the gospel to the Romans (Acts 24-26) and from here the Gospel spread into the whole earth and so are we – going back in to the whole earth! After our arrival in Netanya we enjoy some free time before we meet for a special dinner. Adrian reads from his book and tells us stories behind some of his songs.


Sunday, 20. March, Departure Day

It’s time to say goodbye. We have time for some last minute souvenir shopping before we drive to the airport in Tel Aviv.


We are prepared. Even in this special season of the pandemic. You can cancel your trip free of charge up to 3 months before departure, due to COVID-19. Our flights can also be canceled free of charge up to 3 months before departure. After those 3 months, the maximum liability for customers is around € 135.00 (CHF 150.00) for flight cancellations. The land package (hotels, inland transport, etc.) can be canceled free of charge until departure due to COVID-19. Please note: In 2020 we were able to cancel all trips free of charge due to the COVID-19 situation! The maximum liability of around € 135.00 (CHF 150.00) by the customer did not come into effect in any single case. We will make the decision whether we travel to Isreal around 3 months in advance and of course contact all customers beforehand! So you do not take any risks when booking! Rather, we encourage you to sign up for the trip. In case we do have to cancel the trip – our word counts!


Registration is possible as soon as the price is being announced. If you are interested in this trip, please contact us.



Usually, the billing takes place 2 months before the start of the trip. A deposit is not required unless it is specifically noted on the trip.


To enter Israel a valid passport is required, which is valid for 6 months after the return date. A visa is not required.


Our hotels have extensive buffets for breakfast and dinner. Even breakfast in the Orient always includes salad and vegetables. In this case, we ask you to note special meal requests in the comments. If you suffer from allergies, you should definitely bring enough snacks. In certain places it will not be possible to go to a supermarket. Please note: vegetables, salads, etc. are plentiful in every hotel.

Individual arrival and / or departure for group trips

We offer travel packages for group travel consisting of a flight and a travel program in Israel. Due to the group size and the negotiated travel contingents with the airlines, we officially do not offer travel extensions. If you would like to arrive in advance or extend your vacation on site, please contact us.

Payment in the country

Payments or withdrawals with a debit or credit card are possible everywhere. It is advisable to change some cash (shekel) in small notes while you are in your home country.

Security situation in Israel

The safety of our customers is our top priority. We are in close contact with the Swiss embassy and our local staff regarding the situation in Israel. We have never had to cancel a group trip for security reasons. A forecast several months in advance is not possible for such countries. Changes to the program are therefore possible at any time, also for political reasons.

Customers money hedge

We are a member of the travel guarantee «Reisegarant Genossenschaft FAIR». To secure customer funds, € 2.50 per participant will be charged on the invoice.