Pearls of the Western Galilee
The tour is available in English, Spanish, French and German. Highlights: Caesarea, Rosh Hanikra, Haifa & Acre TOUR
Drive along the coastal road to Caesarea, the ancient Roman capital and port. Enjoy a walking tour of the theater, archaeological ruins and excavations. Onto Haifa for a scenic view of the city, the port and the magnificent Bahai Gardens and shrine. Drive to Acre, the Old City recognized by UNESCO as world heritage site. Walk through the market, the mosque and the old port. Visit the remarkable underground Crusader city and crypt and learn about their fascinating history and culture. Continue to Rosh Hanikra – descend by cable into the chalk grott0s and admire the spectacular natural formation.
Return to point of departure.
Jerusalem hotels from 06:00
Herzliya hotels from 07:00
Tel-Aviv hotels from 07:20 to 07:50
Netanya hotels from 08:15 to 08:40
*Guests should be waiting at the earlier time indicated.
*Guests picked up from Jerusalem will join the tour from Tel-Aviv.
*Pick up may be delayed due to traffic conditions.
Our daily tours are available in various languages and operated bilingually.
All tours are conducted by government licensed guides and in comfortable air-conditioned vehicles.
Entrance fees are included; meals are not.
Changes in program may occur due to holidays, weather conditions, force majeure or unforeseen circumstances.
Passengers with special needs: wheelchairs, carriages or baby seats need to notify us of their needs in advance.
Modest dress is required for visiting holy sites. Comfortable walking shoes are recommended. Hat, bathing suit, towel and sun screen for Dead Sea tours.
Tourists are obliged to stay with the group at all times. Separation from the group may result in being left behind and will be at customer’s expense.
Valuable belongings should never be left unattended in the vehicle. Ofakim and it’s operators will not accept responsibility for any loss, injury or damage.
The tour will not be operated on Yom Kippur 19.9.2018.
Sites Crusaders and Turkish Underground city and crypt