Caesarea – Akko – Rosh Hanikra – Haifa

Beit She'an

Our day tour is full with great sites and views. We will drive along the Mediterranean Sea via the coastal highway. Our first stop will be at Caesarea, once the largest city in Judea. Here, on the ruins of an ancient anchorage, Herod built a splendid port that he dedicated to Augustus Caesar. The 3000 seats Roman theatre with wonderful acoustics is still used today for summer concerts. The remains of the Crusader City, the Hippodrome, a Byzantine street with giant headless statues and the Roman Aqueduct are also part of the archaeological finds at the site.

We will continue to Acre to visit the Knights Halls, the crusaders underground city and the authentic white market with some oriental food and spices. UNESCO has recognized this ancient route as a World Heritage site.

We Continue to Rosh Hanikra, the border pass to Lebanon, to visit the lovely caves created by the sea waves.

We will end our day with a visit to Haifa. We stop for a breathtaking panoramic view of the Haifa Bay and the golden domed Bahai Shrine, part of the exotic Persian Gardens.

For Jerusalem  pick up  add 10$ per person

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Tour Highlights

  • Caesarea, once the largest city in Judea.
  • Visit the Knights Halls in Akko
  • Rosh Hanikra, the border pass to Lebanon
  • A breathtaking panoramic view of the Haifa Bay

Tour information

  • Arrival and departure:
    Sunday, Tuesday, Friday
  • Number of nights: -
  • Rates starting: $104
  • Tour code: 1256

Tour does not Include

  • Tips and gratuities
  • Any insurance
  • Any meals
  • Anything not mentioned
  • For Jerusalem pick up add 10$ per person