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Some of the hundreds of historical, religious or natural sites you may like to see on your tour.
The lists below are suggestions from which to build your tour.





Innovation and Initiative are the hallmark of the Jezreel, Hefer and Jordan Valleys

•water technologies  •kibbutz and collective settlements •wildlife conservation •ancient Beit Shean •dairies, cheeseries, honey farms, wineries.

Travel the same coast as Phoenician traders, Roman administrators, Genoese merchants and Crusader Knights. 

•Ceasarea  •Acco  •Rosh Hanikra •Haifa •Bahai Gardens  •Druze hospitality  •Turtle rescue sites •Peki'in •Ein Hod Artists Colony

 Coastal Plain/

Western Galilee 


Thousands of years of biblical stories and archeological findings meet in a vibrant modern city .

•The Western Wall •The Church of the Holy Sepulchre (Tomb), The Garden Tomb - site of Jesus' crucifixion and burial •The Dome of the Rock •Arab markets •Mahane Yehuda (Jewish market) •Garden of Gethsemane

•Mt. of Olives •Yad VaShem •Mt.Herzl •Knesset •Israel Museum •Russian Compound •19th - 20th century neighborhoods •ancient and modern churches, synagogues and mosques from dozens of colorful traditions.

Discover the rolling hills of the Lower Galilee where every hilltop speaks volumes. 

•The Sea of Galilee •Mt. Tabor

•Capernaum •Magdala • Mt. Carmel •Nazareth •Kfar Kana •ancient churches and synagogues •meet with locals from a variety of ancient and modern religious sects

   Tel Aviv-Jaffa/Lowlands/

 Southern Coast 

The lowest place on earth, a healng sea, where you can coat yourself with mineral rich mud and float in the saltwater.

•Masada •Ein Gedi •Jordan River baptismal site •Kumran caves where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found •Sodom

Tel Aviv's edgy vibe and gorgeous beach to the ancient cave civilizations and the stories of ancient Israel in the Lowlands

•Jaffa Port •art colony • flea market •Tel Aviv port •Bauhaus centers •Neve Tzedek •Beit Guvrin and the Land of Caves •Lod/Ramle  •Ashkelon •Weizmann Institute •Ayalon Institute •Sand Dunes

•Yad Mordechai/Honey 

The Negev is diverse in both landscape and population. Eilat, on the shores of the Red Sea, sits at the feet of red, black and golden mountains.

•Eilat •Snorkeling •Underwater Observatory •Mitzpe Ramon •Ramon Crater •Hai-Bar •Snorkeling •Ben Gurion's grave •Bedouin Hospitality •Nitzana •Beersheva

Doses of history, nature, pioneering, sacred sites, ancient synagogues and mysticism; with perhaps visits to a winery or chocolatier.

•Tzfat •Baram •Hula •Gamla •Golan •Banias •Tel Dan

•Rosh Pina •Hamat Gader Hot Springs  •Metulla •ancient synagogues •Mt. Bental •vineyards and wineries •Hula Bird Sancturies


   The Valleys   


   Upper Galilee/Golan   

   the Dead Sea   

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