Itinerary for People with Mobility Challenges - a 4 Day Tour

Shrine of the Book at Israel Museum

The itinerary takes into account a group with a number of wheelchair users, factoring in the time needed to get on and off the bus and negotiate each site.


Day 1

Old Jaffa at night
Caesarea National Park
Roman Theater in Caesarea

Drive from Ben-Gurion Airport to the Old City of Jaffa.


Jaffa is one of the oldest ports in Israel, existing for upward of 4000 years; it was from Jaffa that Jonah set out before being swallowed by the whale and it was here to which Solomon imported cedars from Lebanon for the construction of the first Temple in Jerusalem.


At Kedumim Square in the heart of Old Jaffa you can tour the Visitor Center, which was built around authentic archaeological artifacts and remains.

Drive up the coast to Caesarea National Park, where 2,000 years ago King Herod built a large port in honor of Emperor Augustus. Pontius Pilate later ruled the country from his Caesarea, and it was from here that Paul set sail to the communities where he preached all over the Mediterranean.

Visit the Roman Theater, Herod's palace, the walled Crusader town with its galleries and restaurants and Caesarea’s latest attraction, the Time Trek, a fascinating multimedia presentation.

Drive on to the Sea of Galilee region and stroll the waterfront in Tiberias.


Overnight: The Tiberias area

Itinerary for People with Mobility Challenges - a 4 Day Tour