- Caesarea National Park
- Acre Crusader City
- Rosh Hanikra grottos & cable car
- Panoramic Outlook on Haifa and Bahai Temple
A great day out with a beautiful landscape - take our Caesarea, Acre, Rosh Hanikra grottos and Haifa Day tour.
You will start the day with arriving at Caesarea, the ancient port city reconstructed and expanded by King Herod in 22 BCE that once served as headquarters of the Roman government in Palestine. You will have a guided tour of the majestic Roman and Crusader ruins and excavations of this once prominent city, seeing the remnants of the impressive Roman Aqueduct , Amphitheater , Markets ,Bathhouses, Temples and roads.
Visit the white cliffs of Rosh Hanikra, and walk through the naturally-created Grottos and caves.
Next, you will stop at Haifa and the Carmel Mountain to take in a breathtaking panoramic view of the Bahai Gardens and Temple, as well as the Haifa Port.
Continue to Acre to see the impressive underground Crusader Halls, which were built by the Hospitallers Knights .They contain a complex of six halls, a recently excavated large hall, a dining room, a dungeon and remnants of an ancient Gothic church. Walk through the Old City of Acre to see the Oriental Market and the Acre Port.
Return for drop-off at your Tel Aviv/ Jerusalem hotel.
Please note that from 01.03.2017 the itinerary was updated.Instead of Megiddo National Park, the tour now visits Rosh Hanikra.