Custom Nazareth & Sea of Galilee Private 1 Day Tour

Custom Nazareth & Sea of Galilee Private 1 Day Tour

Visit northern Israel on a private guided tour that will take you along the Mediterranean coast to the legendary Sea of Galilee on an exploration of lush, mountainous landscapes, ancient and modern cultures and much more. While there is a tentative itinerary, this tour customizable tour offers you a great deal of flexibility to choose the places you'd like to see and visit.

Essential Info

This is a private tour with a max of 6 participants.

What's included

  • Transportation to and from your hotel
  • Licensed Tour Guide

What to bring

  • Money for entrance fees, food and souvenirs
  • Water
  • Walking shoes
  • Appropriate clothing for holy sites -- long pants or skirts and shirt with sleeves or covering for shoulders


Where: Pick-up and drop-off at your hotel When: Departure times agreed upon at time of booking Cost: From $850 per tour

Tour Customization

This tour can be customized according to the interests of your group to include or focus on various themes:
  • Archaeology
  • Christianity
  • Judaism
  • Political
  • Family-friendly sites and activities
  • Culinary
Anything we missed? Let us know and we'll work with you to tailor a tour toward any interests!

Why we work with Israel Travel Company

We’ve chosen to work with Israel Travel Company as an official partner because they have consistently shown a commitment to providing their clients with the best service, tour guides and itineraries. ITC founder Zel Lederman is one of the most highly regarded tour guides in the country, and the company’s sterling track record has been recognized by Tripadvisor with a Certificate of Excellence Award for 2 years running.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations at least 7 days in advance will receive for a full refund minus booking fees. Cancellations 3-6 days in advance will receive a 50% refund minus booking fees. Cancellations 48 hours or less in advance will be charged the full price of the tour.
Photos: Israel Tourism/Flickr