Excursion «Caesarea, Acre and Rosh HaNikra»

Class Big bus
Type Group tour
Language German

Travel with us along the coastal cities of Israel!

The journey will take us north of Tel Aviv with the first stop in Caesarea. Here, we will explore the ruins of an ancient Roman port city and see the theater, hippodrome, as well as the remains of palaces, temples, and bathhouses.

Continuing further north to the port city of Haifa, we will admire the terraced Baha'i Gardens on Mount Carmel and learn about the Baha'i faith.

Proceeding all the way to Israel's border with Lebanon, the tour will take us to the sea caves of Rosh HaNikra. Here, we can enter the cave chambers and tunnels where waves crash against the rocks.

Then, we will head back south and visit the Crusader city of Acre. Here, we will tour the Crusader fortress built in the 12th century, the Ottoman structures, and a former Turkish and British Mandate citadel prison.

Departure days

Departure days depend on your departure city


Cancellation Policy:
In case of cancellation by the tourist less than 3 days prior, a penalty of 100% applies, unless "Cancellation Insurance" has been purchased.
Refunds are provided only if "Cancellation Insurance" has been purchased.


Latecomers and those who do not join the tour will not receive a refund.
Excursion requests for children under 5 years old are not accepted.
The company is not responsible for lost items.
The responsibility for having individual travel insurance lies with the tourist.
Tourists may wait for the bus for up to 30 minutes.
Minor changes to the itinerary are possible.
The company reserves the right to change the departure time for the tour, and tourists will be informed the day before.
There are no assigned seats on the bus. Boarding and disembarking only take place at designated locations.
Visiting holy sites is allowed only in modest attire (shoulders and knees must be covered).
The excursion starts after a sanitary-technical stop, and before that, there is a transfer to the starting point of the excursion.
The tour may be conducted in multilingual groups.
Fitness Level: 4/5

Recommendations: Bring drinking water, a hat, sunscreen, and comfortable shoes for the excursion.

The cost of meals is not included and is paid on-site if not purchased separately.



It is the city, within the walls of which is still heard the clang of swords and armor of the crusaders and war cries calling for battle. Acre is saturated with history and time has no power over this place. Sometimes it seems that it is moving perfectly in a chaotic direction. Monuments of the past and present mixed together here, but they appeared far from architectural badness, on the contrary brought a special atmosphere.
There is an ancient port, and fortresses of the crusaders, and Turkish baths (hamams), mosques and even a magical garden built during the crusaders. Among all the historical diversity it is difficult to single out one thing.: the city keeps the secret of the Templars, it hosted Napoleon, the legendary king Richard the Lionheart, and despite all the warriors, rulers and conquerors, Acre has never interrupted its settlement for more than five millennia and is one of the oldest cities in the world.

Rosh HaNikra grottoes

On the territory bordering Lebanon, there is an unusual grotto washed by the Mediterranean Sea in a chalk cliff. Many historians agree that at one time Alexander the Great himself laid a tunnel in the rock through which his entire large army could pass. This place is open to tourists. The cable car leads to a 400-meter tunnel of man-made work, from where you can see all the splendor of unusual caves.


Caesarea was built by the Jewish king Herod the Great, in honor of the Roman Caesar Octavian Augustus. From here the city got its name.
The city occupied an important position. Here was the Roman prosecutor's office and the main base of the Roman legion in Judea.
Today Caesarea attracts tourists, first of all, of course, for its ancient artifacts, buildings and ruins. Artifacts found during excavations will give an opportunity to touch the secrets of the "rich" life of the Roman nobility and ..... how can it be without Pontius Pilate?

Bahai Gardens in Haifa

The spiritual center on Mount Carmel in Haifa is one of the holiest places for Baha'i practitioners, the youngest monotheistic religion in the world. The center includes a temple, a tomb where the remains of the Bab, the ancestor of the faith, and famous gardens rest.

The tomb is an impressive building crowned by a gilded dome. It is equipped with a backlight. Thanks to her, the dome is illuminated at night, but so that it seems as if the source of radiance is inside it.

To get to the tomb, the guest have to go through the gardens that terraces cover the slope of Mount Carmel. There are twelve in all. Seeing this incredible work of human hands, you will understand why the gardens are called the eighth wonder of the world. The local collection contains about 450 species of various plants, among which there are unique flowers. Shrubs are sheared, and you probably will not find lawns more even and greener in the city. Add to this the fountains - isn't it awesome? Bahai Gardens is a monument not only to faith and its founder, but also to the harmony and great taste of architects.


Try to describe Haifa in a few words, and... and you will fail. You can travel to this city alone or with the family. It does not matter how old you are, what kind of relaxation you prefer and what impressions you long for. No one will feel bored here. No wonder they say that "Haifa is full of high".

Founded in a time before remembering and known since the Roman era, today's Haifa is a metropolis. It proudly bears two honorary titles: the country's main port and northern capital.

There are two must see objects in the city – small and huge one. The first is the underground funicular train. The tiniest in the world! It has a poetic name – "Carmelit." All because the train rolls through the tunnel, penetrating the Mount Carmel.


The second is a huge Bahai temple, the domes of which can be seen from everywhere in the city, and its gardens. Baha'i faith is one of the world’s youngest monotheistic religions.