Leaving Tel Aviv, head north for your first stop of the day, Caesarea National Park, magnificent remains of Herod’s city, the Roman capital and port and fortified Crusader town. Tour the Roman theater, hippodrome and, walk the promenade to the renovated Caesarea port area.
Then, it’s on to Haifa, Israel’s third largest city with its highlights, including The Baha’i Shrine and Gardens - World center of the young Baha’i faith with its magnificent terraced gardens that are a Haifa landmark; the panoramic of the city and the bay from the Louis Promenade; the gentrified old German Colony, with its galleries, restaurants and an unusual accent: the Tikotin Museum of Japanese Art.
Continue to the Tiberias, the historic resort town on the Sea of Galilee (Lake Kinneret) and one of Israel's traditional “four holy cities.”
Overnight: in the Tiberias area