You Won’t Believe What The Robertsons Did On Life Changing Vacation To Israel


The Robertson family enjoys traveling a great deal. This year alone they’ve been all over the planet. Mary Kate Robertson recently posted tons of photos from the family’s epic trip to Israel.

The Robertson Family Goes To Israel

The Robertson family is known for their fierce Christian faith. They’re also known for their love of traveling. This holiday season, the family decided to venture to Israel together. Sadie Robertson called the trip “a week that has marked my life forever.” 

The family explored the very place they believe their savior walked. The religious elements of the trip brought great joy to the bunch. Korie Robertson wrote, “Israel! I knew I would love you, but you managed to exceed every single one of my expectations. To walk where Jesus walked, where he was born, lived, cried, prayed, laughed, loved the unlovable, fed the hungry, healed the sick, washed his friend’s feet, was betrayed, forgave, gave his life, was buried, raised. There is no doubt he was here. Jesus of Nazareth walked this earth. I believe God came down to be with us, and that changes everything!”

Mary Kate echoed her mother-in-law’s sentiments, saying, ” It was so surreal sitting in church in Louisiana on Christmas Eve, listening to our pastor preach on Jerusalem, when I had just been walking those very streets.”

Tons Of Activities

The Robertson family is incredibly active. While in Israel they partook in many activities and saw tons of historical and religious sites. The family even floated in the Dead Sea. Rebecca Loflin, Korie, and Willie Robertson’s oldest daughter wrote, “Floating in the lowest point on earth and one of God’s beautiful creations is so surreal.”

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The family also visited the Sea of Galilee, the Mountain of the Beatitudes, the Garden of Gethsemane, and the Via Dolorosa. Mary Kate also reported that the family felt perfectly safe roaming the city. Israel has been in the news quite a bit lately, but the Robertson family didn’t seem uncomfortable visiting at all.

Which is your favorite family photo of the Robertsons from this trip to Israel?