time 8 Days / 6 Nights


Follow in the Steps of Apostle Paul through Cyprus with Perillo Tours and discover the exhilarating journey that began in 44 A.D. Immerse yourself in this historical and enriching experience that'll help fortify your Christian Faith.

In the late Spring of 44 A.D. the brethren (Acts 13:1 - 3) ordain Paul and Barnabas as apostles. From Antioch, the two apostles and John (surnamed Mark) begin Paul's first missionary journey (Acts 13:4 - 52, 14:1 - 25). Apostle Paul and company travel to Seleucia then sail to Salamis, the principle city and seaport of the island of Cyprus. Cyprus is where Barnabas was born and raised (Acts 4:36). In Salamis, they preach the gospel in several synagogues. They then cross the island by foot and arrive at Paphos. While in Paphos, the island's Roman governor requests the two evangelists meet with him so that he can personally hear the word of God. Accompanying the governor to the meeting is a sorcerer and false prophet known as Elymas the magician. Elymas resists the gospel and tries to prevent the governor from accepting the truth of God (Acts 13:6 - 8). The Apostle Paul perceives Elymas' intentions and responds immediately. Elymas immediately goes blind and is unable to see for a period. The governor, astonished at what he sees, believes the gospel (Acts 13:11-12).




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  • Round-trip air: USA – Larnica - USA
  • Meet and Assist upon arrival by your Perillo Tours representative
  • Private deluxe air-conditioned motor coach throughout
  • Expert English speaking licensed Christian guide
  • 6-Night accommodations throughout
  • Choice of 4 or 5 star hotels throughout
  • Breakfast and dinner daily
  • 5-Days of  touring as indicated
  • All entrance fees
  • All group transfers
  • Hotel taxes and service charges
  • Porterage of 1 suitcase per person at hotels
  • USTOA 1 Million Dollar Travelers Protection Program

This itinerary may be modified to the requirements of your group 

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Occasionally local religious and national holidays, weather, traffic conditions and other events may necessitate changes in the sequence of events or the missing of certain events/places. Though every effort will be made to follow the itinerary, it should be considered as an indication, rather than a contract of events and places to be visited. 


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