Sherry Moore

Yosher Tours

7 Churches of Revelation Tour with Pastor Jay McCarl and Mark Bunger

May 13, 2024 to May 31, 2024

‘7 Churches of Revelation Tour’

With Jay McCarl and Mark Bunger May 13 - May 30 2024

Full Price for Turkey Only Tour (May 13 - 24, 2024):
 (Including flights, in a double occupancy room)
OPTIONAL: Greece extension, May 24 - 30, 2024
Full price for Turkey & Greece Tour:
 (Including flights, in a double occupancy room)
A non-refundable deposit of $300 required for registration! 
Please contact Yosher Tours for further information : 


What's included in this trip:

  • Round Trip Air from San Francisco 
  • Breakfast & dinner daily at hotels and all touring-day lunches
  • Transfer between airports and hotels
  • English-speaking guide throughout entire trip
  • Baggage handling, hotel taxes & service charges
  • Tips to driver, guide, hotels




What's not included:

  • Travel Insurance.  Available at AIG/Travel Guard. 
    Click here for a free quote!
  • Gifts & Personal Expenses
  • Visa for Turkey
  • Beverages at Meals



Turkey Tour : 

Day 1: Monday, May 13, Depart USA

Day 2: Tuesday, May 14

Istanbul: Arrive and transfer to your hotel for dinner and overnight

Day 3: Wednesday, May 15

Istanbul: Hippodrome, Egyptian Obelisk, Church of St Sophia, Blue Mosque, Topkapı Palace, The Grand Bazaar. Special dinner served at a local restaurant. Overnight in Istanbul

Day 4: Thursday, May 16

Istanbul: The Chora Museum, Egyptian Spice Market. Private Boat Cruise on the Bosphorus. Disembark and return to your hotel for dinner & overnight

Day 5: Friday, May 17

Cappadocia Morning flight to Cappadocia & Çavuşin village. Dinner & overnight at your hotel

Day 6: Saturday, May 18

Cappadocia (Göreme and Paşabağ open air museums, Uchisar, Guvercinlik Valleys, Avanos Village), optional Balloon flight. Dinner & overnight in Cappadocia

Day 7: Sunday, May 19

Psidian Antioch (Sultanhan, Psidian Antioch). Dinner & overnight in Esparta

Day 8: Monday, May 20

Colossae, Laodicea, Hierapolis, Pamukkale. Dinner & overnight at your hotel

Day 9: Tuesday, May 21

Philadelphia, Sardis (Artemis Temple, Roman Imperial Hall), Smyrna. Dinner & overnight at your hotel

Day 10: Wednesday, May 22

Ephesus: Temple of Artemis, Celsus Library, Terrace Mansions, Basilica of St. John. Dinner & overnight at your hotel

Day 11: Thursday, May 23

Pergamum (Zeus Altar, Temple of Emperor Trajan, the Hellenistic theatre, Library site), Thyatira. Assos for dinner and overnight

Day 12: Friday, May 24

Roman Road” (from Assos to Troas), Alexandria Troas, Troy.

Those going on the Greece Extension will change buses, those not going to Greece transfer to Istanbul and overnight

Day 13: Saturday, May 25: Flight home



Optional Greece Extension 



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Friday, May 24: Assos – Alexandria Troas –Troy – Border – Kavala

Drive up to visit Alexandria Troas; at Troas Paul, Silas and Timothy were joined by Luke.  “It was at Troas that he had his momentous dream telling him to go and preach in Macedonia and Greece (Acts 16:9-10)”.  Continue to Troy, the legendary stage for Homer's Iliad.  A comprehensive visit of the city’s 9 different settlements at the hill of Hisarlık and the replica of the famous Trojan horse. Then cross the straits of Dardanelles and drive to Turkey/Greece border.

Greek guide & driver will welcome you at the Greek side and you will be driven to one of the most beautiful and picturesque cities in Greece – to the city of Kavala, with its elegant harbor.  Paul landed here with his disciples, Timothy and Silas.  Luke, the Evangelist, also came here from Troas.  This ancient city of Neapolis was later renamed Christoupolis because it was the first European city to accept Christianity.  We will see the Roman Aqueduct and the ruins of the Acropolis in this beautifully located city, known since the 5th century as Kavala. (B,L,D)


Saturday, May 25: Philippi - Thessaloniki

Following an early breakfast, we will arrive to Philippi where Paul preached his first sermon and baptized the first Christians in Europe. We will visit the baptismal site where Paul preached to Lydia, a Roman-era cistern believed to have been Paul’s prison, the ancient forum, Byzantine Basilica and the Philippian theatre. We then travel west along the coast and arrive in Thessalonica, where the New Testament letters of I & II Thessalonians spring to life. On our way to the hotel we visit the old city ramparts, the newly excavated Forum, St. George Church, an ancient Roman monument that was transformed into a church and the Galerius Arch which rises over the famous Roman road, the Via Egnatia. before arriving at your hotel, we will see St.Demetrius Basilica, which was dedicated to a distinguished member of the Roman army and a martyred Christian convert. Dinner and overnight at our hotel in Thessaloniki. (B,L,D)


Sunday, May 26: Thessaloniki – Veria - Vergina - Meteora – Kalambaka

We depart from Thessaloniki and travel South, deep into the beautiful Greek countryside. Our first stop is Veria (Berea), where we visit St. Paul’s Bema and the Jewish quarter—near the location where Paul planted a church and the noble Bereans studied the Scriptures to verify his message. Our next stop is Aigis, where we visit the royal tomb of King Philip the Macedon—Alexander the Great’s Father. We continue our journeyinto the heart of Greece, to the world famous of Meteora, Medieval monasteries precariously perched on the summits of towering sandstone pinnacles. Dinner and overnight. (B,L,D)


Monday, May 27: Kalambaka – Athens
After breakfast at the hotel, we depart for Athens, crossing central Greece through the beautiful. We stop at Thermopylae and climb the small hill of the last heroic stand of King Leonidas and his 300 Spartans—where his small band of Spartan soldiers held off the huge Persian army for three days.

Arriving in Athens, we end the day with sightseeing on the way to our hotel, passing by the Prime Minister’s Residence, the Temple of Olympian Zeus, Hadrian’s Arch, St. Paul’s church, the National Garden, Syntagma Square—location of the parliament and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier—and much more. Dinner and overnight at the hotel in Athens. (B,L,D)  


Tuesday, May 28: Corinth & Athens

After breakfast, we depart for Ancient Corinth along the coastal road, where we stop to view the Corinth canal—a breathtaking man-made waterway connecting the Aegean and Ionian Seas. After a short drive, we reach the ancient city of Corinth where St. Paul lived and preached for two years. We visit the ruins of the ancient city where Paul spread the Word with Aquila and Priscilla, including the remains of their first-century shops, the Agora and Bema where Paul stood trial before Gallio, the Fountain of Peirene and the iconic Temple of Apollo. We make a quick but memorable stop in Cenchrea, where Paul took ship, concluding his Second Missionary Journey. We then return to Athens for a city tour, visiting the Athenian Acropolis, location of the great Parthenon, the Propylae, the Temple of Athena Nike and the stunning Erechtheion with its porch of Maidens. From there we take a short walk to Mars Hill—where Paul spoke to the Areopagus about the identity of “The Unknown God” (Acts 17). After a short stop to Panathinaiko Stadium—home of the first modern Olympic Games, we return to our hotel for dinner and overnight. (B,L,D)


Wednesday, May 29: Free day at leisure. A special farewell dinner will be served in the Plaka. (B,D)


Thursday, May 30:  Transfer to the airport for return flight back home.  (B)


Flights :


Itinerary subject to change


Basic Airport / Flight Information

  • Your airline ticket will be issued electronically.  When you arrive to the airport, please be prepared to present a passport to an airline representative in order to receive your boarding pass.
  • All group seat assignments are under airport control.  Seat assignments online are not available for groups.  Pre-check in is not available to groups.
  • You should arrive at the airport two hours before your flight departs.
  • You are allowed one free checked bag and one free carry on.

Luggage (per person) limitations:

  • Checked:  weight = 50 pounds max
    Maximum Size:  total of length + width + depth = 62”
  • Carry-ons:  you are allowed to bring one piece that will fit in an overhead compartment (up to 14”w x 22”h x 9” deep) plus a smaller piece that will fit under your seat (up to 10”w x 17”h x 9” deep).
  • All carry-on luggage items such as liquids, gels and aerosols must be in 3.4 ounce (100ml) or smaller containers.  Larger containers that are half-full or toothpaste tubes rolled up are not allowed.  There is not a limit on the types of liquids, gels and aerosols in your checked baggage.

Hazardous materials see:


Booking Information:

  • A non-refundable deposit of $300 is due immediately.  The remaining payments can be sent by check or online with a 4% convenience fee.  
  • Prices are per person in a double occupancy room. If you choose to room by yourself, price will be higher. 

Available Packages

Tour registration - final Price TBD
Available until April 13, 2023

Deposit: $300.00