On your 3-city, 2-day tour you will visit Caesarea, Acre and Golan with a 1-night stay in a hotel included.
Caesarea is the city that was built by Herod the Great and once the capital of the Judean province in 70 A.D., after Jerusalem was destroyed. It is situated between Haifa and Tel Aviv. Haifa is the Baha'i world center, well known for the Baha'i gardens. In the 3rd century Haifa was known as a dye-making center. Haifa has over a dozen museums, and has the only Japanese Art Museum in the Middle East. Acre is located on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea. Acre has been continuously inhabbited since about 3000 B.C. in the Bronze Age and is made up of many religions. You will also visit Kaztrin, located in Northern Israel, and known for its ancient village and the Golan Antiques Museum.
You will exit north to Caesarea, the ancient Roman capital and port. There is a walking tour of the archaeological ruins, the theater, and the excavations. Continue to Haifa, Mt. Carmel, and enjoy a scenic view of Bahai garden, city and port. Drive to Rosh Hanikra to view the border with Lebanon and visit the limestone grottos. Next you will return via Acre to visit the crusader underground city and crypt. You will walk through the old city market before returning to the hotel.
Your second day includes a drive on the coastal road with a view of the Sea of Galilee, Jordan Valley and the Golan Heights. Next you will continue to overlook Hammat Gader and ascend the Golan Heights to the Shalom Observatory. Onwards to the city of Katzrin, the museum and the excavations of Talmudic Katzrin. Visit the ancient synagogue of Katzrin and ascend Mt Bental as you overlook Kuneitra Valley and the triangular border. Then you will continue and stop at former Syrian fortification before returning south to hotels via Jordan River.