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Explore the historical and religious landmarks of Haifa, Caesarea, and Acre; which are of significant importance to Christianity, Judaism, and Islam alike.
You journey will start with a visit at the Stella Maris lookout point at the nearby Carmelite Monastery where you will learn about Napolean and the Carmelite history that took place at this site. From here you will continue to Elijah's Cave, which is revered as sacred by Christians, Druze, Jews and Muslims - who belive that the prophet Elijah battled Ba'al Prophets in this very cave. It is also belived that the Holy Mary, Jesus, and Joseph found shelter in this cave on their return from Egypt.
From here continue to the Bahai Hanging Gardens, a UNESCO heritage site at the heart of Mount Carmel for a great photo opportunity of the gardens and the Haifa Bay. Travel 25 minutes south along the shoreline of the Mediterranean Sea to the ancient Roman city of Caesarea, now a National Park. Built as a tribut to the Roman Emperor Augustus, the city and port of Caesarea was inhabited over centuries by Roman, Jews, Christians, and Muslims.
Join a two hour long guided tour through its famous Amphitheater, Hippodrome, King Herod's Hall, The Cardo and more. You will then continue back north along Haifa's Bay to the 3600 year old port city of Acre where you will walk through the Templar's Tunnel, explore the streets of the old city, visit the Hall of Knights, and the main Mosque before returning back to your cruise ship port of Haifa.
Departures (Local Time)
8:00 AM (Hours: 10)
Cost Per Person (Adult)
Tour Cost: $118.00
Tax/Other Fees: $30.00
Total Cost: $148.00
Don't forget your camera. This tour is not recommended for children under five (5) years old. Please note that a car seat is required by law in Israel for children five and under.
The specific meeting location will be listed in your confirmation email and voucher for this shore excursion. See the 'Redemption and Voucher Details' section below.