Joining a tour can be a great hands off way to travel, having peace of mind, a tour guide with all the local information and an opportunity to make some life long friends. But it's about finding the right tour to make the most of your Oberammergau Passion Play Experience.
We have crafted a number of tours that make the most of your stay in Germany. Reformation Tours in Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, Scotland and England. A trip to Italy with our Director Lisa Tarzia and even a cruise down the Danube River. Our tours have some great friendly tours leaders such as Tim and Merridie Costello, Troy & Edwina Blair, Ken & Danielle Allen, Bishop Paul Barker, Emeritus Ray and Glenys McInnes, Graeme & Helen McClimont and Lisa Tarzia.
What makes a Selah Tour Unique?
We are Australian owned and operated, servicing Australians. We create experiences where you can rejuvenate your life through travel. Our main priority is giving you and other Christians an experience to live life to the full and create opportunities to have a 'Selah Moment' as we know this is when we have life-changing experiences. Plus, our tour groups often become great friends by the end, as we will most likely share the same passion of faith and travel.
"Escaping from the busyness of life and making an intentional choice to stop and go deeper in faith is what I want to create," - Lisa Tarzia, Director.
Faith Based Tours
All our tours reflect our faith and while we accept anybody to join us on a tour, expect to be surrounded by like minded christians.
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The Oberammergau Passion Play is known for its fast selling tickets, so waiting too long could leave you left out. If you're wanting to experience the passion play, make the most of your time away on a tour with like minded other explore our tours below!
Sail through Central Europe’s splendid capitals and charming towns in Hungary, Slovakia, Austria and Germany. Then travel to the Bavarian village of Oberammergau for the performance of the Passion Play. Performed once a decade, the Passion Play is a stunning theatrical event with a history dating back to 1634. The perfect blend of adventure, relaxation, and inspiration, this is truly a once in a lifetime experience.
The river cruise begins in Budapest, then sets sail for Bratislava, the Slovakian capital. Continue to Vienna, the world’s most livable city before continuing to Linz and the cobblestones streets of Passau. After docking in Innsbruck you will have 2 nights there before driving to Oberammergau for the Passion Play performance.
Continue to Munich for the conclusion of the tour.
Archdeacon Emeritus Ray McInnes and his wife Glenys have had over forty years’ experience serving the Anglican Church in Parish Ministry. Ray and Glenys both retired from full time work last year. Ray was previously the Vicar at the Albert Park parish for 12 years during which time they successfully led four Christian pilgrimages and tours overseas.
They have a passion for travel and enjoy sharing new experiences and places with fellow travellers. Their daily reflections in this context often become a highlight of the journeys they lead. As always, their contribution to the journey is teamed with the marvellous support and planning of the Mission Travel/Selah Team.
Ray and Glenys recently cruised the River Danube and look forward to revisiting with fellow travellers this beautiful part of the world and adding to it the famous Passion Play at Oberammergau staged only once every ten years.
The Very Revd Dr Andreas Loewe has been Dean of St Paul’s Cathedral, Melbourne, since 2012. He is passionate about people, and prays that the Cathedral may be a place where many can experience the transforming love of God.
Andreas’ academic research centres on theology, as well as ecclesiastical and music history. He enjoys thinking about the Bible and Theology, in particular the way in which Scripture can be communicated through music, and has published widely in the fields of ecclesiastical history and music.
He is a Fellow and Lecturer at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music and a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society. Prior to coming to St Paul’s Cathedral, Andreas was Senior Chaplain of Trinity College, The University of Melbourne, and Gavan Senior Lecturer in Theology at Trinity College Theological School, the University of Divinity, where he taught undergraduates and graduates, and mentored students preparing for Anglican ministry.
Andreas grew up in Germany and was educated in the United Kingdom. He is widely travelled, especially throughout Europe, fluent in German, and takes great pleasure in introducing people to his homeland.
The Protestant Reformation is a movement that has shaped Christian faith and life in ways that remain critical and relevant for today. We invite you to participate in a unique tour which will enable you to engage with the vital biblical truths rediscovered at the Reformation as well as experience the world famous Passion Play in Oberammergau.
Discover the life and work of great heroes of faith such as Martin Luther, John Calvin, Johannes Gutenberg, and Ulrich Zwingli, and be inspired and encouraged in your own faith.
The tour commences in Germany’s vibrant capital city of Berlin. The following days will be spent exploring the picturesque and historic Luther towns of Wittenberg and Erfurt, as well as enjoying a relaxing morning cruise on the beautiful Rhine River. After some shopping in the medieval town of Rothenburg we will visit the fascinating city of Nuremberg, site of many important events associated with World War 2. We will then travel to Oberammergau for the Passion Play ( a play that is only held every 10 years and has been running since the 1600s). Continue to Switzerland to experience the history and beauty of Zurich and Geneva, key cities for the Swiss Reformation and the work of Calvin, Zwingli and the Anabaptist movement.