Fishing Sea of Galilee

Fishing Sea of Galilee

Christian Fishing Village on Sea of Galilee

On a private tour of the Holy Land, fishing Sea of Galilee in a fisherman’s boat is a precious experience.

Fishing Sea of Galilee

On a specially equipped boat that detects where the fish are hiding, join fishermen and learn how to catch St. Peter’s fish in the deep blue waters of the Sea of Galilee. Fish are caught with nets – and you learn how. Return to shore to grill your catch and taste very fresh St. Peter’s fish straight from the source – as in the days of Jesus.

Fishing Sea of Galilee

Casting fishing nets on Sea of Galilee

Fishing Sea of Galilee

Of course, you can eat St. Peter’s fish at a Sea of Galilee restaurant. The fish are freshly grilled and delicious BUT these fish are raised in fish ponds.

The ONLY way to eat St. Peter’s fish direct from the Sea of Galilee is to fish it. Oh, there is ONE restaurant – and only one – where they serve St. Peter’s fish that is directly from the Sea of Galilee. On a Jesus Walked Here Tour, we make sure to take you there.

Fishing Sea of Galilee can only happen in Israel, the Holy Land. A unique experience in a singular place.

wooden boat on the Sea of Galilee

On the Sea of Galilee

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Judy Isaacson is the founder of Drive-Israel.com, a unique travel planning service for self-drive trips in Israel. Her passion for sourcing Israel’s best accommodations to suit specific client requirements, as well as treats for foodies from Israel’s famed open-air markets: olive oil, goat cheese, spices, and wines to include in Holy Land tours, delivers a very special experience to visitors. Co-founder and publisher of the online magazine, @The Source Israel, her hobby is finding unexpected Israeli delights.

As travel planners for visitors to Israel who prefer private self-drive tours instead of group travel, we include intriguing places to stay, adventure expeditions, meet the artist sessions, tours of ethnic communities, ocean kayaking, cave crawling, star gazing, hot air ballooning, and literary tours.