Sail the Red Sea on a privately chartered luxury yacht, or explore Biblical lands in 4WD expedition vehicles with stays in 4-Star hotels and resorts.
Traveling with Biblical experts offers deeper insight into all that you will see. Gain a greater understanding of the events of the Exodus.
Visit Newly Opened Sites
Saudi Arabia's Biblical sites have been closed for decades. But that has changed - be among the first to visit these holy places.
Available Exodus Route Tours
Saudi Arabia and Petra Jordan 2024 | Mount Sinai in Arabia with the Mysteries of Petra’s Exodus Secrets | Joel Richardson
Saudi Arabia 2024 | Archaeological Evidence Discovery Tour of Saudi Arabia’s Exodus Route | Dr. Tommy Colie & Pam Laurion
Available Red Sea Exodus Cruises
Saudi Arabia, Egypt, & Jordan 2025 | Biblical Exodus Route Red Sea Cruise & Tour | Dr. Miles Jones & Monte Judah
Arabia has ONLY begun to divulge its buried secrets. Most recently it was debated by Patterns of Evidence and many other scholars to have been host to the Most magnificent miracle of all the Exodus. Once there, our visit will include Jabal al-Lawz (Mount Sinai), the Split Rock of Horeb, Elim, the Exodus crossing site both Nuweiba and Tiran Island, the Valley of Moses, Aaron’s Altar to the Golden Calf, and a bitter-sweet final destination at the graveyard of the 3,000 who were slain by the Levites on Mount Sinai plus so much more.
PETRA & JORDAN
Our visit to Petra will provide evidence of God’s second miracle of supplying water for the Israelites. The water source would have sent water down the world-famous 1+ meter siq that we will personally walk. You will see and touch the channels that today still run, although dry, along the siq walls. This water flowed from its gushing source at Wadi Must throughout the entire siq. These channels have been abandoned for over a thousand years. The channel and the siq are still known today as The Wadi of Moses. The Quran’s written and ancient tradition also refers to it as Wadi Musa—the Wadi of Moses.
The Bible’s Exodus timeline further evidence that En-mishpat (Petra) is Kadesh. Our Petra expeditions are expanded to include Basta and Beidha so that we can open up the last 38 years before the Hebrews crossed into Israel without Moses and Aaron.
Our Jordan tours also include the burial site of Aaron at Mount Hor, the location of Mount Nebo, gazing upon the Holy Land from the viewpoint of Moses himself, and of course, En-mishpat, which is Kadesh.
And they returned, and came to En-mishpat, which is Kadesh, and smote all the country of the Amalekites, and also the Amorites, that dwelt in Hazezontamar. Genesis 14:7
We will travel around this mountain on this expedition, just as the Israelites had to do. Mount Seir – important for the generations of Edomites and of its Biblical importance.
Our jeep expedition will lead us to the departure point of the spies into the Promised Land.
And the children of Israel took their journeys out of the wilderness of Sinai, and the cloud rested in the wilderness of Paran. Numbers 10:12
And as they sent the spies out: And they went and came to Moses and to Aaron and to all the congregation of the children of Israel unto the wilderness of Paran to Kadesh, and brought back word unto them and unto all the congregation, and showed them the fruit of the land. Numbers 13:26