On our third day, we traveled north from Galilee into the Upper Jordan Valley.
|Our first stop was Chorazim, located 2 miles north of Capernaum. It was one of the cities reproached by Jesus for its disbelief (Matthew 11:20-24).|
|View of the Sea of Galilee from Chorazim.|
|From Chorazim we traveled to the Tel Dan Nature Reserve. The river Dan is the most significant source of water that flows into the Jordan River. We walked a beautiful nature trail throughout the park.|
|An olive tree among the remnants of Biblical Dan.|
|Ancient path through Dan.|
|Beautiful view of surrounding countryside from Dan.|
|Ancient city gate at Dan that dates back to the days of Abraham.|
|On our way back to the northern coast of Galilee, we stopped for a moment at Golan Heights. Pictured here is the road to Damascus, which today travels through modern day Qumatra.|
|View from the city gates into Bethsaida.|
|Bethsaida and a view of the Sea of Galilee beyond the trees.|
Up next, day four...and our arrival into the city of Jerusalem.