How to Prepare for Your Visit to the Holy Land

by Mwbnews | Thursday, Nov 23, 2017 | 22 views

An aerial view of the Holy LandTaking a spiritual journey to the Holy Land is an unforgettable and enriching experience. Apart from the beauty of Israel and surrounding areas, you will be fascinated with the rich history regardless of your religious views.

Before you go, remember to do a thorough research. You have to know when to take the trip because months like December to February can bring rain. Don’t forget also to check with a travel agency such as Cruise Lady that offers LDS Holy Land tours to arrange your schedule, paperwork and other travel essentials, especially if you’re traveling with children and older people.

Lastly, don’t forget these reminders for a complete, stress-free and meaningful journey:

Understand the historical context

It’s always best to read or watch documentaries about the Holy Land before your trip. Though guides would provide you with the necessary information as you tour, it’s a bonus to understand the history and geography for a more educational experience. Getting insights about Israel and Jerusalem can also lead to productive dialogues during the tour.

Bring a Bible

A Bible is useful for every site you visit so bring a small one or download digitally. This is necessary to help you appreciate the sites more and understand their significance in the biblical context. Just remember that if you plan to bring a device as you tour, keep it close for safety.

Dress appropriately

Since a lot of walking is involved, don’t forget to bring your hat, sunglasses and sunscreen. You also need comfortable yet modest clothes that cover the knees and shoulders and a sturdy pair of trekking or walking shoes.

Get physically fit

From climbing uneven staircases to jet lag, you have to prepare for this long and physical journey. Eat well, take your vitamins, stay hydrated, get lots of sleep and be in your best shape to endure the challenges of the terrain and the weather.

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