Caesarea, Haifa, and Mt. Carmel
In about 40 min drive north from Tel-Aviv, we will arrive to Caesarea - a famous port city established by Herod the Great and the capital of the Roman province. We will dedicate the visit to explore the Roman theater, enjoy the inspiring views from the Herod's coastal palace, visit the hippodrome where horse races took place, and finish in its ancient port.
We will stop for a view over Jezreel valley from Mt. Carmel and visit the monastery dedicated to Elijah the prophet. On our way, we will taste delicious oriental cuisine in the Druze village of Daliat el-Karmel.
Then we will continue to Haifa, and explore the famous Bahai Gardens - a UNESCO world heritage site and the center of Bahai faith worldwide.