Leaving Jerusalem, drive along the coast and cut through the historic Iron Valley to Tel Megiddo. Home to a palace and walls of Solomon, a complex water system built by King Ahab, scene of Armageddon and believed to be the backdrop for James A. Michener’s novel “The Source,” Megiddo is one of Israel’s most important and impressive archaeological sites, also a World Heritage Site.
Continue to the northwestern shore of the Sea of Galilee and visit the Galilee’s cradle of Christianity - Capernaum, Simon Peter’s home town, Tabha, commemorating the miracle of the Fishes and Loaves, and the Mount of the Beatitudes, the scene of the Sermon on the Mount.
Consider the option of a boat ride on the Sea of Galilee this evening.
Overnight: in the Sea of Galilee area