Do you really want to walk in HIS footsteps?

Then get ready for one of the most jaw-dropping experiences, as you walk/hike along breathtaking precipices, spring waters, ancient structures, synagogues and villages along the “Jesus Trail.”

“The Jesus Trail” is a 40 mile stretch between Nazareth and Capernaum, following the most likely routes that Jesus and his disciples would have walked between Nazareth and the Sea of Galilee. At the Gallelujah Festival, you’ll have the opportunity to walk one of the best portions of it.

Along the Jesus Trail you’ll encounter all of the great staples of the Galilee: the wheat, the barley, the wild mustard, the purple thistle, olive groves, the Christ’s thorn tree and other biblical fauna and animal life.

Watch out for the fox! Just as Jesus referred to Herod Antipas who lived in nearby Tiberias as “that fox” (Luke 13:32), the slender fox still live in the Galilee to this day, along with wild boar, deer and the famous rock rabbit/hyrax or ‘coney’ mentioned in the Bible (Proverbs 30:26).

You’ll want to wear closed-toed walking shoes and bring at least 1.5 liters of water to enjoy this 3-4 hour experience (+ drive transfer time).

The Jesus Trail is just one of many optional activities you can choose from to experience on your free day during the Gallelujah Festival.