A brief overview of the tour
We collect you from the Haifa port and take you to the ancient city of Caesarea. Here we will explore the archaeological remains of Herod's city which stood here 2000 years ago. From here we drive south to Tel-Aviv along the beautiful beachfront promenade and visit the historic port of Jaffa. We visit the Jaffa Museum and the Jaffa Artist's Quarter. In Tel-Aviv we drive through the most historic part of the city and visit some of the hottest bars and cafes. You can stay at a local bar or cafĂ© or continue the tour to Tel-Aviv sites like the Hall of Independence, Dizengoff Street and Yitzchak Rabin Square. At the end of the tour you'll be returned safely to your ship in Haifa.
Important and useful notes
The private tour price is determined by distance, vehicle size, language and duration of the tour.
The base price includes 10 hours a day , Each additional hour- $40
Entrance fees, meals, parking fees, toll roads and tips are NOT included.
Accommodation is not included in the price.
Guide's overnight is not included in the price.
On Saturdays and Jewish holidays a supplement of $125 per day will apply.
A detailed description of the tour
Exit Haifa port south toÂ Caesarea, which in ancient times was a Phoenician fishermanâ€™s village known as Migdal Shorshan, Alexander the Great conquered the village.Â HerodÂ recognized the cityâ€™s potential and changed it to a prosperous port, calling it Caeserea after Augustus Caesar. Arrive in Tel Aviv, drive along the bustling beach promenade road to visit the historical harbor of JaffaÂ and the Jaffa Museum of biblical archaeological excavations. Walk through the old Artists' quarter and its variety of galleries. Enjoy a view of the sea and harbor mentioned in the story of Jonah and the Whale. Drive to the older sector of Tel Aviv and visit the some of the city's most popular bars and cafes. Stay on at a bar or cafe of your choice or stay with the tour and see Tel Aviv's buzzing central street sights: Dizengoff Street, Rothschild's Boulevard, The Hall of Independence, and the Yitzchak Rabin Square and memorial.