All Nations UPC

Grand Cayman Islands

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Eleven-Day 2 NATION Tour

Israel – The Holy Land

with a

Luxury VIP

Jordanian Experience Included

July 26 – August 5, 2021


All inclusive except lunches.

Round-trip from Miami International Airport

**Price is subject to change +/- based on flight costs TBD

An Inspirational Life Changing Tour Ministry


Bishop Dolbert A. Clarke


Dr. Janet Trout 


Day 1 – Monday, July 26

We board our evening flight at Miami International Airport for the land of the Bible, Israel and Jordan! Departing Miami at 8:45 PM. ALL PASSENGERS MUST BE PRESENT AT THE CHECK-IN COUNTER for TURKISH AIRLINES NO LATER THAN 5 PM. Fly non-stop to Istanbul, Turkey, change planes and continue non-stop to Tel Aviv, Israel arriving 7:05 PM, Tuesday, July 28.


Day 2 – Tuesday, July 27- Arrive in Israel

Arrive at Ben Gurion Airport, Tel Aviv, Israel where we are greeted, assisted and transferred to our hotel by the Epic TOURS staff. Overnight on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea! Open your Bible and let your mind drink in the Biblical history you are about to personally experience. You are in the Holy Land! We rest from the long journey to prepare us for our first day of touring.

Overnight in Hadera Ramada – Suburb of Tel Aviv


Day 3 -Wednesday, July 28 - Caesarea/Mt. Carmel/Tel-Megido/Nazareth Village/Mt. Precipice/Tiberias

We awake in the Holy Land to a sumptuous Israeli breakfast buffet, then transfer by deluxe motor coach to head north on the Coastal road to view the stately, ancient ruins of Caesarea, visiting the Roman amphitheater where Paul stood trial. It was here that the Holy Spirit first fell on the Gentiles as Cornelius, the first Gentile of the Church-age, met Peter. Click here for more information on Caesarea  Next, we drive up the Mediterranean Coast to Mount Carmel, Elijah’s Cave, the place where the Prophet Elijah defeated the false prophets of Ba’al and where God answered by fire.  We continue today by driving through the Valley of Jezreel Click here for more information on Jezreel - the prophetic future site of the battle of Armageddon. The archaeological site of Megiddo is one of Solomon’s chariot cities where twenty civilizations can be observed stacked up in the ruins.  Driving toward Nazareth, we stop to visit an extraordinary site called Nazareth Village, where we step back in time to see a day in the life of the first century Jews who lived in Nazareth as in the days of Jesus. We will visit Mt. Precipice. Click here for more information on Mt. Precipice

(Luke 4:29-30) which is located south of Nazareth, on the cliffs of Mt Kedumim (397M), overlooking the Yizrael Valley and Mount Tabor. This is considered by some to be the place where angry Jewish worshippers drove Jesus away from the Synagogue and attempted to throw him off the cliff. He disappeared before their eyes "in the midst of them”.

Dinner and overnight - Hotel on the Sea of Galilee


Day 4 – Thursday, July 29 - Explore The Galilee- Lake Kinerret/ Mr. Arbel/Magdala/Boat ride on the Sea of Galilee/St. Peter’s Fish Lunch/Capernaum/Mount of the Beatitudes/Tabgha/Bethseda/Kurazim/Kursi (Pig Jump)

After another great Israeli breakfast, we start our day with a service on the Galilee. Stepping aboard a Galilee boat for a calm cruise on the sea, we enjoy an incredible worship service, which will be life changing. For many pilgrims to the Holy Land, this is one of the most memorable. Later, we disembark at Ginosar for a short trip to Capernaum, where we visit the home of the Apostle Peter where Jesus healed his mother-in-law. Visit Tabgha where Jesus multiplied the fishes and loaves. We lunch on the shores of the Sea of Galilee and enjoy a special feast of St. Peter’s Fish. A short bus ride takes us to the Mount of Beatitudes where we hear the words of Jesus on the mount where the greatest sermon ever was preached. At the end of our touring day, we proceed to our baptismal site located on the Jordan River, Yardenit, for those who wish to be baptized. After baptism, we return to the hotel where another Israeli buffet presents an amazing variety of food for our dinner.

Dinner and overnight - Hotel on the Sea of Galilee


Day 5 – Friday, July 30 – The Jordan Valley

After breakfast, we travel to Beit Shean  Click here for more information on Beit Shean to visit one of the best preserved Roman Amphitheaters in Israel. Extensive excavations have uncovered eighteen layers of civilizations. Ancient Beit Shean is also where King Saul’s body was retrieved by the brave men of Jabesh Gilead. We travel south toward Jericho, the “City of Palms” spreading out on the west side of the Jordan River at 825 feet below sea level. The Bible site of Tell es-Sultan is in the distance and is the city Joshua destroyed.  In Jesus’ day a new center had been constructed on the wadi banks by the Hasmonean rulers and Herod the Great. Continuing south, we see Qumran, Click here for more information on Qumran where the famous Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered by a little shepherd boy and Ein Gedi where David fled from Saul. Continuing south through the wilderness of Judea, we will ascend by cable car to Masada, the fortress built by King Herod the Great. Step back in time to 66 CE when a group of Jewish rebels overcame the Roman garrison of Masada Click here for more information on Masada and settled on the top of Masada until 73 CE when the Roman governor laid siege. The view of the Roman camps can still be seen from atop Masada, as well as a spectacular view of the country of Jordan and the Dead Sea. Visit the remains of Herod’s Palace, the Apartments, Baths, Storehouses and Cisterns. It was here the Jewish Zealots made their last stand against the Roman Legions from 70-73 AD. Descend from Masada with a stunning view of the Dead Sea. Leaving the lowest place on earth, we ascend to Jerusalem, the Holy City.

Dinner and Overnight in Bethlehem/Jerusalem


Day 6 – Saturday, July 31 –Jerusalem/Temple Mount/Mt Olives/Garden of Gethsemene/Hulda Gates/Southern Steps excavations Click here for more information on Jerusalem

First thing in the morning, we arrive on the Mount of Olives for a breathtaking view of the Temple Mount (Mt. Moriah Genesis 22:2) is seen. The Mount of Olives is where Jesus will return, and the Temple Mount is where the 3rd Temple will be rebuilt prior to His appearing. After enjoying the view of Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives, we visit the Church of All Nations and pray in the Garden of Gethsemane with a grand view of the Eastern Gate and the Kidron Valley. Here, we read the Scriptures of Jesus’ prayer and take time for personal reflection where we literally walk where Jesus walked. Crossing the Kidron Valley, we begin a tour of the old city of Jerusalem. As we begin the tour of old Jerusalem, we visit St. Ann’s Church and hear the marvelous acoustics as we sing. Visit the Pool of Bethesda where the angel stirred the waters for healing. Following the path from Pilate’s Judgement Hall through the old city, we experience the sights and sounds of old Jerusalem as we journey toward the Western Wall. We walk the Via Dolorosa, the route that Jesus took between his condemnation by Pilate and his crucifixion and burial.  Just below the Temple Mount, on the western side we will pray at the Western Wall (Kotel) which is the closest wall to where the Holy of Holies was located when the Temple was in use during the 1st Century. Visit the Western Wall Tunnel which will take you underground. A large portion of the Western Wall is inaccessible, otherwise. You will see stones, models and actual structures which provide clues as to how the Second Temple was constructed. In addition, these artifacts help explain the history of this area through the eyes of all the great empires that once ruled Jerusalem. In the afternoon, journey to Bethlehem to visit the Church of the Nativity and the Shepherd’s Fields. Before returning to the hotel, enjoy a great shopping opportunity in Bethlehem.

Dinner and Overnight – Bethlehem/Jerusalem


Day 7 – Sunday, August 1 - Jerusalem, Old City

We will arise early to visit one of the most incredible sites in all of Judaism: the Temple Mount. It is here where the Temple era came to an abrupt halt as it was destroyed by the Romans in 70 AD.  Leaving the Temple Mount, we drive to the City of David, at the Gihon Spring, where we learn of how the original city of Jerusalem was established by King David, overtaking from the Jebusites. We will visit Hezekiah’s Tunnel: A 1750-foot tunnel carved during the reign of Hezekiah to bring water from one side of the city to the other, Hezekiah’s Tunnel together with the 6th century tunnel of Euphalios in Greece is considered the greatest works of water engineering technology in the pre-Classical period. The Pool of Siloam is a rock-cut pool on the southern slope of the City of David, the original site of Jerusalem, located outside the walls of the Old City to the southeast. The pool was fed by the waters of the Gihon Spring, carried there by two aqueducts. An ancient 2000-year-old road leading from the City of David to the Temple Mount has recently been excavated. In the afternoon, we arrive at the Clal Building, at the Epic Tours office for an afternoon service in the International Biblical College of Jerusalem overlooking the city of Jerusalem - a spectacular view and an awesome spiritual experience as we contemplate our journey thus far. After service, stroll through the fruit and vegetable market near the College. Mahane Yehuda Market known as the Jerusalem’s Shuk. Click here for more information and Click here for reviews and pricing. Leaving the Yehuda Market, we ride the light-rail train to Ben Yehuda Street to enjoy the sights and sounds of Jerusalem. Great shopping opportunities are on this pedestrian mall.

Return to the hotel.

Dinner and Overnight – Bethlehem/Jerusalem


Day 8 – Monday, August 2 - Jerusalem

Begin the day at the Garden Tomb where we view the Hill of the Skull and walk into the empty tomb. A communion service provides an opportunity to reflect on Jesus’ sacrifice and His victory over death. Ministers from your group will lead the service. After visiting the room of the Last Supper, also known as the site of the Upper Room, and the traditional site of the Tomb of King David, we take a short walk through the Jewish Quarter to visit the Temple Institute. The Temple Institute's ultimate goal is to see Israel rebuild the Holy Temple on Mount Moriah in Jerusalem, in accord with the Biblical commandments. Finally, a short walk through the Roman Cardo. Visit the House of Caiaphas where Jesus spent the night after his arrest in Gethsemane. Traveling to the Israeli Museum we will visit the 2nd Temple model of Jerusalem and the Dead Sea scrolls (discovered in the caves of Qumran) among other antiquities. We’ll view the  Knesset Menorah which is a bronze Menorah weighing 4 tons. It is located opposite the Knesset. It was presented to the Knesset as a gift from the Parliament of the United Kingdom on April 15, 1956 in honor of the eighth anniversary of Israeli independence. Return to the hotel.

Dinner and Overnight – Bethlehem/Jerusalem




Day 9 – Tuesday, August 3 – The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan

After breakfast, we check out of our hotel and journey to the Allenby Bridge. Process out of Israel Immigration and say Shalom to Israel, then, Marhabah to Jordan. After clearing the Jordanian Immigration and Customs, our first stop is in Madaba to view the fifth century mosaic map in a church, then experience the unique craft of hand-maid mosaics in a factory/shop. Click to learn more about Madaba. Continuing toward Mt. Nebo we stand where Moses saw the Promised Land before he died. Traveling south on the desert highway, we arrive at Petra for dinner and overnight at the Old Village Hotel.


Day10 – Wednesday, August 4 – PETRA

Rise early and prepare for a four-hour experience in Petra. Wear cool, casual clothing and comfortable walking shoes!


PETRA ... More Than A Wonder!! Click here for more information on Petra

The city of Petra, capital of the Nabataean Arabs, is one of the most famous archaeological sites in the world, it is Located 240 km south of the capital Amman and 120 km north of the red sea town of Aqaba (see the Map), Petra the world wonder is undoubtedly Jordan's most valuable treasure and greatest tourist attraction, and it is visited by tourists from all over the world. It is not known precisely when Petra was built, but the city began to prosper as the capital of the Nabataean Empire from the 1st century BC, which grew rich through trade in frankincense, myrrh, and spices. Petra was later annexed to the Roman Empire and continued to thrive until a large earthquake in 363 AD destroyed much of the city in the 4th century AD. The earthquake combined with changes in trade routes, eventually led to the downfall of the city which was ultimately abandoned. By the middle of the 7th century Petra appears to have been largely deserted and it was then lost to all except local Bedouin from the area. In 1812 a Swiss explorer named Johannes Burckhardt set out to ‘rediscover’ Petra; he dressed up as an Arab and convinced his Bedouin guide to take him to the lost city, After this, Petra became increasingly known in the West as a fascinating and beautiful ancient city, and it began attracting visitors and continues to do so today. Petra is also known as the rose-red city, a name it gets from the wonderful color of the rock from which many of the city’s structures were carved. The Nabataeans buried their dead in intricate tombs that were cut out of the mountain sides and the city also had temples, a theater, and following the Roman annexation and later the Byzantine influence, a colonnaded street and churches. In addition to the magnificent remains of the Nabataean city, human settlement and land use for over 10,000 years can be traced in Petra, where great natural, cultural, archaeological and geological features merge. On December 6, 1985, Petra was designated a World Heritage Site, also Petra was chosen by the Smithsonian Magazine as one of the 28 places you should visit before you die. After lunch in Petra, we journey north to the Dead Sea. Hopefully, arriving before sunset to give an opportunity to experience floating in the water of the Dead Sea. A sumptuous dinner buffet will crown an incredible day of experiences.

Overnight at the Hilton Hotel on the shores of the Dead Sea.


Day 11 – Thursday, August 5 Depart 

Arising VERY EARLY, we depart for Amman International Airport to board our flight to Istanbul, Turkey to connect with the non-stop flight to Miami. Arrive in Miami at 7:05 PM. (Miami time)


NOTE: Sequence of sites visited may be adjusted to accommodate local openings and/or closing time limitations.

Epic Tours reserves the right to change the Itinerary or hotels and/or omit sites based on schedule requirements or local conditions.



Epic Tours LLC

Dr. Janet Trout

256 Blue Heron Road

Dover, DE 19904



Bishop Dolbert Clarke 


Jermaine Johnson @ 345-924-2976 



Tour cost is US$3995.

Per person and is double occupancy hotel rooms.

Single room if requested and available - additional cost of Single Supplement – Includes round-trip air fare from Miami International Airport, double occupancy hotels throughout tour, breakfast and dinner at hotels after departure from USA, coach/driver and guide, entrance fees to all attractions listed in Itinerary and all tips throughout -  baggage porterage, hotel front desk, dining room service, housekeeping, the bus driver and guide at the end of the tour. Whisper head-sets will be provided for each passenger for clarity during the lectures by the guide.






Arrival at the airport 3 1/2 hours prior to flight time is required.




$400 per person. 





Registration will be accepted only if space and airline seats are available at that time. 



NO LATER THAN June 30, 2021

A valid Passport that does not expire within six months of departure is required.


Electronic payment can be made at However, if PayPal/Credit Card is used, add 3.5% of the amount you are charging to cover the PayPal fee. To avoid the 3.5% charge, Payment can be made to Jermaine Johnson in Grand Cayman or checks can be made payable to Epic Tours LLC and mailed to:


Janet Trout

Epic Tours

256 Blue Heron Road

Dover, DE 19904








1. Roundtrip economy airfare departing from Miami USA

2. Baggage limited to one normal size suitcase which does not exceed airline regulations in weight and size.   Personal bags (carry-on and purse or backpack) is allowed.

3. Arrival and departure group transfer escorted by guides and host.

4. Superior First-Class hotel double-occupancy accommodations – Two persons sharing a twin bedroom/bath.

5. Touring Biblical sites via deluxe motor coach, English speaking guide with hosts Dr. Janet Trout and Dr. Dolbert Clarke. 

6. Israeli and Jordanian buffet breakfast and dinners daily on tour days; **Lunches not included.

7. Entrance Fees per Itinerary

8.TIPS which include portage at the airport and hotels (gratuities for dining room meals, hotel front desk service), and for guide and bus driver at the end of the tour. As the tour progresses, tipping will be managed by your tour hosts.


RESERVATIONS AND CONDITIONS. A non-refundable deposit of $400 paid immediately upon registration. Final payment of balance due no later than June 30, 2021.


CANCELLATIONS. Cancellation must be submitted in writing to Epic Tours LLC. Cancellations received 60 days or less prior to departure will have to pay 80% of the tour cost from Miami. Cancellations received 30 days or less prior to departure will have to pay 100% of the tour cost from Miami. If tour is canceled by the passenger, the DEPOSIT remains NON-REFUNDABLE. Under no conditions will EPIC TOURS LLC refund the deposit, even if the letter of cancellation is received more than 60 days prior to the tour.


ACCOMMODATIONS. Price is based on double occupancy. Single rooms are available on a limited basis for an additional fee. Roommates will be assigned if not personally chosen by the passenger. EpicTOURS LLC will give their best effort to match roommates but cannot guarantee that one will be available. Roommates may be assigned as late as 35 days prior from departure, and if a double-occupancy room is not available, the single charge will apply.


NO SHOW. If medical reasons require cancellation, certification must be presented by a hospital and accepted by the airlines and suppliers. Refunds will only be made as available from suppliers less a $400.00 administrative fee. Cancellation Insurance is highly recommended. There will be no refund for services or sightseeing rendered and not used by a tour member. In the event a required number of minimum tour members is not reached prior to departure, EpicTOURS LLC RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CANCEL, withdraw or change the tour in part or in whole at any time should EpicTOURS LLC and its Associates deem it to be necessary. Epic Tours declares that its sole obligation is to refund payments made and received in connection to this tour as outlined in the Tour Conditions.


RESPONSIBILITY. The passenger has the responsibility to obtain a valid passport from their country of origin and/or citizenship. A copy of the photo/dates pages shall be sent to the EpicTOURS LLC office immediately upon registration or as soon as it is acquired. In any case, the copy must be in the EpicTOURS file following registration or as soon as a new passport arrives.


TRAVEL INSURANCE. Travel and Medical Insurance is strongly encouraged. Travel Insurance is recommended for quotes, however, read the fine print. In some cases, the travel insurance company will not pay until your primary and/or supplemental policy has paid first. In that case, you would be required to pay the bill and file for reimbursement. Then, they pay the difference. Read the policy carefully and select the plan that fits your need.


EpicTOURS and their Agents assume no liability or responsibility for any injuries or loss of property, accident, delay, changes in schedule or itinerary or incidental damages, occasioned by circumstances beyond the control of EpicTOURS LLC, or by any person or reason whatsoever, including but not limited to default or omission of and by any third party providing services or facilities related to or included in this tour or any part thereof or in arranging for same. The carriers and any other transportation companies whose services are featured in these tours are not to be held responsible for any act, omission or event during the time the passengers are not on board their respective conveyance.


The passage contract in use by these companies, when issued, shall constitute the contract between the companies and the purchaser of these tours and/or passenger and EpicTOURS LLC assumes no liability or responsibility in connection therewith.



An active email account is required for Registration, Invoicing & Correspondence Updates and Newsletters. A deposit must accompany the Registration to activate the process. A valid Passport that does not expire within six months of departure is required.


Click on REGISTRATION to register for the tour. One registration form per person is required.