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Visit Mount Sinai in Saudi Arabia

Since launching our documentary Finding the Mountain of Moses: The Real Mount Sinai in Saudi Arabia, amazing doors have been opened for us. Over 2 million people have viewed our film, and our team is regularly providing more content on this incredible subject. But now, we have the unprecedented opportunity to bring you to visit Mount Sinai in person.

Never before has the regime opened up a protected site to the outside world for such viewing, and our team is now leading expeditions to Saudi Arabia so you too can visit Mount Sinai.

We have the distinct privilege of guiding people on a special tour of the Golden Calf Worship Site, Split Rock, Altar of Moses, and Elim in the ancient land of Midian.

Space for these tours is exceptionally limited, as any such entrance to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is in its earliest stages. If you are ready to explore the evidence in person, book now through Living Passages for this once-in-a-lifetime journey in Biblical history.

Join Ryan Mauro as he guides you through one of the most important stories of the Bible. Along with Joel Richardson, author of Mount Sinai in Arabia: The True Mount Sinai Revealed, Ryan will show you the evidence in a breathtaking way that few people have ever seen.

Ready to live the Bible? Use the button below to reserve your spot on this incredible journey! Our next trip is in October of 2020.

If you have questions about the tour, please reach out to us using our contact form. Our team will gladly assist you!

1 thought on “Visit Mount Sinai in Saudi Arabia”

  1. DAVI DE OLIVEIRA VIEIRA

    Davi Vieira
    qua., 8 de jan. 19:47 (há 2 dias)
    para bremb

    Boa noite, destino este email ao senhor Ryan Mauro , gostaria de um esclarecimento com respeito à subida dos líderes da Igreja Universal do Reino de Deus (instituição que se apresenta como cristã) ao monte Jabal al-Lawz, também conhecida como Gebel el-Lawz na região da Arábia Saudita.
    Hoje, dia 8/01 eles divulgaram algumas imagens afirmando que subiriam o monte para realização de uma cerimônia religiosa com orações e apresentação de pedidos dos membros da instituição, porém segundo alguns sites de turísmo, a área que dá acesso ao monte está cercada por barreiras militares.
    Peço a gentileza de vossa senhoria que me envie uma resposta com o ESCLARECIMENTO se realmente esses líderes da instituição em questão tiveram acesso ao cume maciço do Monte, uma vez que (até onde sei) é muito improvável.

    Obrigado pela atenção e aguardo retorno.
    Sem mais.

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