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The drive to Mt. Tabor was a little hairy - very steep and windy road. That said, the views on the way up were awesome. Once on top, we realised we were too late to get into the Church of the Transfiguration. That didn't matter...More
The historical and biblical significance of the Mount Tabor makes it a required visit in any Galilea tour. In addition to the magnificent church, its location offers amazing views of the surrounding valleys.
You must visit Mount Tabor and especially the church of Transfiguration at night of 18 to 19 of August .Too many tourists from all over the world go to the church on feet ,or by mini bus.You must stay all night there .It is a...More
The view is beyond anything you can imagine, and cannot be captured by pictures alone. The meaning behind the location is shared by generations and multiple ethnicities, making it a wonderful place to see the diversity of our beautiful world.
Despite warnings we read on Tripadvisor and in other places, we found it very easy to drive up Mount Tabor instead of waiting for a shuttle bus at the bottom. From what we read, we were under the impression that the approximately 3km drive was...More
A memorable place for me to reflect about my personal Tabor moments. During my latest pilgrimage here, we were blessed to have a retreat master who talked about our Tabor moments, our moments of transfiguration.
I am filled with the Holy Spirit every time I...More
When you visit Mount Tabor, no buses are allowed, small cars are allowed, so you may have to stop part way up and hire a local bus services which is quite reasonable.
Do this to visit the top of Mount Tabor which is gorgeous in...More
I traveled in a group of forty-nine on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land. On our third full day in the Holy Land, we visited the Basilica of the Transfiguration. It is located on Mount Tabor. What a beautiful Basilica! It was designed by Antonio...More