Along the coastline of the Mediterranean
Ascend along the coastline of the Mediterranean with stops along the way to explore the wonders of Israel's coastlines towards northern Israel and start the day touring the ancient city of Caesarea, built 2000 years ago by King Herod for his benefactor Augustus. Visit the site and its Roman Theater and Hippodrome used for horse races.
On our way north, stop at Atlit and visit a British deportation camp from the 1940's to learn more about its unbelievable story.
Make a stop at Zichron Ya'akov, where the first Jewish colony was built by Baron Rothschild. We will stop to learn a bit about the story of his contribution Israel.
Keep along the coastline to our next stop at Haifa to see the Baha'i Gardens and discuss the complex aspects of life in the largest multicultural city in Israel.
Then we will head towards the ancient port city of Acre (Akko) to explore the remains of the 900 years old crusaders port city including: walking on the walls, the knight's halls, the market and the Templers secret tunnel.
Following, we will head towards the northern borders to visit Rosh Ha'Nikrah, where the path within the heart of the cliff exposes visitors to the magnificent naturally formed grottoes.
Head aboard your coach and relax on your return journey back to the pick-up location.
Your tour only ends with a drop-off at your hotel.