Tour Type: Private Daily Tour
Duration: One-day
Departure days: Every Day
Languages: English, French, Spanish, Russian, German

Tour Overview

Take a drive up Israel’s Mediterranean coast, past Caesarea and Haifa to the Crusader city of Acre (or Akko). This magnificent city built of heavy stone blocks bears witness to the Byzantine, Crusaders, Mamelukes, and Ottomans, that have all left their mark. Take a walking tour of Acre’s Crusader Fortress; visit the restored Turkish hammam bathhouse and enjoy the sigh...

Highlights - Acre and the Western Galilee Private Tour

Transportation in a comfortable, air-conditioned vehicle
Accompanied by a knowledgeable licensed private guide throughout the day
Experience the hustle and bustle of Akko’s traditional market
See the stunning Jazzar Mosque
Visit Akko’s historic Old City structures including the Crusader Fortress, synagogues, and the Turkish hammam bathhouse.
Walk along the Templar tunnel that runs beneath Akko.



Pickup Places and Prices

From Tel Aviv
Up to 3 persons: $750
Up to 6 persons: $816
Up to 10 persons: $910
From Jerusalem
Up to 3 persons: $942
Up to 6 persons: $1008
Up to 10 persons: $1102
From Herzliya
Up to 3 persons: $750
Up to 6 persons: $816
Up to 10 persons: $910
From Netanya
Up to 3 persons: $750
Up to 6 persons: $816
Up to 10 persons: $910

What To Expect - Acre and the Western Galilee Private Tour

The tour begins with a drive along Israel’s coastal road heading north past Caesarea and Haifa to the Old City of Akko (Acre). The city stands on a spur of land that juts out into the Mediterranean and is surrounded by thick stone walls. Narrow cobbled streets twist and turn between the stone houses leading to Acre harbor where there is a lively atmosphere, open-air restaurants, and cafes facing the water.

On a private tour of Acre, you’ll visit the top attractions in the city and learn about the battles fought and rulers that came and went. The Crusader Fortress (Hospitaller Fortress or the Knights Kingdom) was built at the turn of the 12th century by the Knights of Saint John who provided protection and help to pilgrims visiting the Holy Land. Since its rediscovery, it has been restored so you can walk through the cavernous halls and see hewn stone walls, and thick stone columns supporting the high barrel-vaulted ceilings.

The Acre Citadel is an Ottoman-era structure that was used in the 20th century as a British prison. Take a walk along the underground Templar tunnel that connected the Templar Fortress to the port. The 18th-century al-Basha Turkish Bath has been fully restored and the Ottoman-era hammam atmosphere has been recreated with a soundtrack narrative and sculptured figures.

The al-Jazzar Mosque stands out with its green domes and pointed minaret. The mosque was built in 1781 and is Israel’s largest mosque outside of Jerusalem. Stop to see the synagogues of Acre including the Or Torah (Jariva) Tunisian synagogue that is covered in mosaics and the Ramchal Synagogue, which dates back to the 16th-18th century.

The market street runs through the Old City flanked by open-front stores selling fresh produce, fish, pastries, spices, household goods, clothing, and everything else you could imagine. Just outside the Old City are the Acre Baha’i Gardens, not to be confused with the gardens in Haifa. The Acre gardens have two historical structures – the manor where the Baha’i prophet, Bahaullah lived for 12 years and the shrine where he was laid to rest after his death.

Additional Options in the Area:

1. Rosh HaNikra

2.The Holocaust Museum at Kibbutz Lochama HaGetaot

3. Acre aqueduct 

4. Keshet Cave, natural stone arch

5. Wall and Tower Museum, Kibbutz Hanita

6. Monfort Fortress Observation Point, Park Goren

7. A walk along the Kziv River

8. Ein Hardalit Spring

9. Haifa

10. Caesarea 

Additional Information - Acre and the Western Galilee Private Tour

The tour includes:

  • Fully qualified and licensed private tour guide
  • Transport by new air-conditioned private car
  • Pick-up and drop-off services at your hotel or private address

The tour does not include:

  • Entrance fees
  • Parking and toll roads
  • Food and drinks


  • This itinerary is only a proposal; we can customize this private tour according to your wish
  • On Saturday and holidays, an extra charge of $135 applies
  • Modest dress is obligatory for visits to holy sites; covered knees and shoulders
  • Booking is subject to terms and conditions.

Cancellation Policy

  • Cancellation fee of 4% charged for notification up to 3 days in advance.
  • Cancellation fee of 25% charged for notification up to 2 days in advance.
  • Cancellation fee of 100% charged for notification less than 1 days.
  • Non Show - 100% Cancellation fees


Our private tours are the most exclusive way to travel in Israel. You get a private car and a tour guide that will customize the tour to your interest and your schedule.

The price includes a private car and attached tour guide which will pick you up from wherever you are staying (hotel or apartment) and return you to the same location. The trip is limited to 10 hours ($40 for every extra hour). Find full information under the "Additional Information" area of each tour.

The price of a Private Tour does not include entrance fees, food and drinks, parking or toll roads. Find full information under the "Additional Information" area of each tour.

Yes, the mentioned itinerary is only a proposal; we can customize this private tour according to your wish. Please note that if, due to the changes, the trip’s length increases to over 10 hours, you will be required to pay $40 for every extra hour.

Nearly all languages. However, it is advisable to book in advance tours in languages that aren’t English, Spanish, Russian, German or French. Plus, in certain instances, a tour guide in a language not mentioned above may incur an additional fee ($30-100 – depending on the language and the tour).

You don’t have to, but it is appreciated by the tour guide as a sign of your satisfaction for the services he has provided. 

As this is tailor-made for you only, we can pick you up from any point in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv district, Netanya and Herzliya.

Sorry but no :(

Sure, just ask the guide.

We, at Bein Harim Tourism, understand that plans can change, so you can change dates, cancel, or change your pick up point at any time. Please make note that cancellation fees will be charged subject to cancellation policy as indicated on the tour page and confirmation email.

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