Tour Itinerary & Options
Mediterranean Coast — Caesarea
To reach the Galilee, we will drive up Israel’s western coastal plane and stop in the ancient port city of Caesarea. The city was once the capital of the Roman empire in Judea and is home to some of Israel’s most impressive Roman archaeological ruins, including the port, theater and aqueduct.
Mount Carmel Viewpoint
If you fancy a beautiful view of the famous Bahai Gardens in Haifa, your tour guide will make a stop at the best viewpoint on Mount Carmel.
Drive through the Galilee
There are 2 routes from the coast to the Sea of Galilee:
- Via Nazareth, Tsipori and the Horns of Hattin to the shores of the Sea of Galilee at Migdal
- Follow the “Great Highway of Creation” and make a stop at the famous city of Megiddo, which has been foretold in prophesies as the site of Armageddon. You also have the option of visiting the mystical Beit Alfa Synagogue and the Belvoir Fortress for a stunning view of the Golan Heights and Jordan on the way to your destination…
The Sea of Galilee
An absolutely fascinating part of Israel from a cultural, religious and historical perspective, the Sea of Galilee’s shores were the the home of Jesus’ early ministry and many of his miracles described in the New Testament.
From a Jewish perspective, much of the Jerusalem Talmud (Talmud Yerushalmi) was compiled in Tiberias.