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Tour to Caesarea, Acre and Rosh Hanikra from Tel Aviv

Tour to Caesarea, Acre and Rosh Hanikra from Tel Aviv
Tour to Caesarea, Acre and Rosh Hanikra from Tel Aviv

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Day tour to Caesarea, the Old City of Acre & Rosh Hanikra Grottoes. Pickup and Drop off from Tel Aviv

About this activity
  • Printed or mobile voucher
  • Rapid confirmation
  • Live guide
  • Pick-up service
  • Secure Payments

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  • Guaranteed departure - Easier trip planning and complete peace of mind
  • ♦ Choose your language: English, Spanish, French or German
  • ♦ Join the tour from Tel Aviv and enjoy a high-quality touring experience for a fair price
  • ♦ Drive up the Mediterranean coast stopping at Caesarea, Acre and Haifa
  • ♦ In Caesarea, see the 2,000-year-old remains of the Roman amphitheater and hippodrome
  • ♦ Visit the Israel-Lebanon border and tour the white Rosh Hanikra caves
  • ♦ In Acre tour the Crusader city and see the incredible Ottoman-era Old City

Caesarea, Acre and Rosh Hanikra - Tour Itinerary

Continuing our journey, we arrive at the northernmost border where Israel and Lebanon converge, and witness the awe-inspiring spectacle of the sea fiercely colliding with the pristine white cliffs of Rosh Hanikra. Over countless millennia, the forces of nature have carved out an intricate labyrinth of tunnels and caves within the rock formation. This remarkable natural wonder manifests a breathtaking turquoise hue as the sunlight reflects off the white rock and merges with the azure waters.
Visitors have now the opportunity to descend to the caves via a convenient cable car. This exhilarating cable car ride offers a panoramic view of the coastal scenery and allows us to explore the captivating depths of the caves.


On our return journey, we make a stop in the historic Crusader City of Acre (Acco). Above ground, we find a lively Ottoman-era city with a bustling market and fishing harbor. Below the surface lies a complete Crusader city from the 12th century, including fortified walls, a moat, and significant sites used during the British Mandate. After exploring Acre, we continue south along the scenic coast back to Tel Aviv.

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Additional Information

The tour includes:

  • Several pick-up and drop-off locations in the city
  • A fully qualified and licensed tour guide
  • Transport by air-conditioned vehicle
  • Entrance fees

The tour does not include:

  • Food and drinks


  • Comfortable walking shoes and water are recommended
  • enlightened Please Note
    Booking must be confirmed manually. If you wish to book for the next coming day, please contact us.

Cancellation Policy

  • Cancellation fee of 4% charged for notification up to 2 days in advance.
  • Cancellation fee of 25% charged for notification up to 1 days in advance.
  • Cancellation fee of 100% charged for notification on the day of the tour.
  • Non Show - 100% Cancellation fees
What To Expect - The Tour Story

Our journey begins in Tel Aviv as we travel along the picturesque Mediterranean coast, passing through Herzliya and Netanya before reaching our first destination, Caesarea. This ancient city, built under the reign of Herod and named after the Roman Emperor Caesar, showcases the remnants of a once prosperous and opulent urban center. Archaeological excavations reveal well-preserved gateways, moats, walls, and rooms. Notably, the Roman amphitheater, still in use today for performances by Israeli and international artists, stands as a perfectly preserved testament to the city's grandeur. Adjacent to the amphitheater, fragments of a former hippodrome can be observed. Additionally, the remains of a Roman Temple overlook the bustling port, which once witnessed the arrival of commercial ships laden with treasures from the East and the passage of Nabatean caravans en route to Rome. After the Roman era, the city fell into neglect for centuries until the arrival of the Crusaders, only to fade into obscurity once again in the years that followed.

Continuing our northward journey, we pass through Haifa, where we make a stop to marvel at the awe-inspiring Baha'i Shrine and its beautifully landscaped gardens. These terraced gardens gracefully cascade down the mountainside, adorned with vibrant flowers and meticulously designed landscapes across 19 tiers. Our next highlight is Rosh HaNikra, the northernmost point along Israel's Mediterranean coastline. Here, we embark on a cable car descent into a labyrinth of limestone grottoes, formed by the relentless pounding of waves against the rocks. As we make our way back southward, we pause in Acre (Akko), the country's largest Crusader city. This remarkably well-preserved city captivates with its impressive architecture and the living history within its ancient walls. Bustling markets and residents residing in historic structures bring the city's vibrant past to life.

Within Acre, we witness the reconstructed walls and moat, meticulously repaired by El Jazzar at the end of the 19th century. These mighty fortifications even withstood Napoleon's attempts to conquer the city. We explore the Crusader remnants, the former prison utilized during Turkish rule, and the gallows, a haunting reminder of the British Mandate era when Jews who violated immigration restrictions following World War II were executed.

This journey along the Mediterranean coast offers a captivating blend of ancient history, architectural marvels, and breathtaking natural beauty.

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