Head to Israel’s Golan Heights, with historical heritage to match its mountainous beauty, on a day trip from Tel Aviv! On route to the region, enjoy several photo stops – including one at the sacred baptismal site of Yarendit – and then explore the ancient Jewish village of Katzrin, the capital of Golan Heights. See its 6th-century synagogue on a walking tour, and then travel to the summit of Mount Bental, to view the vistas from one of Israel’s most impressive dormant volcanoes.
• 12 hours
Visit some of the most important sites and major locations in northern Israel in the comfort and luxury of a small group. Departing from Tel-Aviv, explore the beautiful and historic city of Nazareth, Tiberias and churches along the way to the Sea of Galilea, including Jesus's family home and sites of his miracle work and teachings. A small group tour in a new, air-conditioned coach ensures you all the time you need to fully experience and marvel at the many sites and views you will encounter along the way.
• 10 hours
Discover the beauty of Israel’s Golan Heights in all its rugged, mountainous glory, on a full-day tour from Jerusalem! On the journey to the national park, enjoy several photo stops including one at the sacred baptismal site of Yarendit, and then explore Golan Heights’ ancient capital, the village of Katzrin, on a walking tour. In the afternoon, visit the summit of Mount Bental to soak up soul-stirring views over Syria’s Quneitra Valley before returning to Jerusalem.
• 13 hours
Explore Golan Heights and the area surrounding the Sea of Galilee on a 2-day tour of northern Israel from Tel Aviv! With overnight accommodation in a traditional Israeli ‘kibbutz’ (family-run guesthouse) included, this must-do tour introduces you to local culture as well as northern Israel’s top sites. Visit the Hammat Gader border and the Talmudic village of Katzrin in the rugged Golan Heights region, and then head south to the Sea of Galilee to discover the delights of Nazareth, Capernaum, Yarendit baptismal site and more.
• 2 days
Jordan is blessed with some of Middle East’s best-preserved classical sites, and this 10-hour private trip from Amman covers three in one day. Explore Jerash, one of the world’s most impressive Roman archaeological sites. Tour the Greco-Roman ruins at Umm Qais; and visit Pella, where ancient relics intermingle with Roman monuments. Your trip includes private transportation, hotel pick up and drop off, entrance fees, and local guides to show you Jerash and Umm Qais.
• 10 hours
Don’t miss a visit to Umm Quais and Jerash. On this fully guided tour you will experience in Jordan’s north a different scenery and architecture than what the country is known for. From Amman you drive 2 hours to the Greco-Roman remains of Umm Quais. Next stop are the ruins of Jerash. Head 1 hour back to Amman. Your private tour lasts about 9 hours, includes lunch at a local restaurant and the pickup and drop off from any hotel in Amman.
• 9 hours
Depart to visit Um Qais once considered as a great city in ancient times. Um Qais offers beautiful views over the Northern Jordan Valley, the Sea of Galilee, and the Golan Heights. Walk around the Black Stoned ruins and along the Roman roads where you can still see the chariot marks on the limestone. Also visit the Ottoman Governor’s House which was restored and opened as a museum.
• 8 hours
Travel in the comfort of a private vehicle on a tour where nature meets history, start by visiting Jerash, one of the largest and most well preserved sites of Roman architecture in the world to this day. Jerash has paved streets with the classic architecture of colonnades, famous hilltop temples, beautiful theaters, wide public squares and plazas, baths, fountains and city walls. Many of the attractions are still in exceptional condition. Off to see the amazing black stone of the ancient city of Um Qais. Its offers beautiful views over the Northern Jordan Valley, the Sea of Galilee, and the Golan Heights. The walk around the Black Stoned ruins and a visit to the "Rustic" Museum is a must!
• 10 hours
Umm Qais apart from being home to unique Roman ruins it also offers far reaching views over the Northern Jordan Valley, the Sea of Galilee, and the Golan Heights. Walk around the Black Stoned ruins and along the Roman roads where you can still see the chariot marks on the limestone. Also visit the Ottoman Governor’s House which was restored and opened as a museum. Proceed your tour by driving through a beautiful pine-forest and olive groves to visit the Medieval Castle of Ajlun built by the Muslims during the 12th Century in the time of Saladin for defensive. There are two theories for the name of Ajlun either (iron) as there was iron material in the area or because it was built on top of a monastery after the priest name. .
• 10 hours
Experience two of Jordan’s top archaeological sites on this private day trip to Umm Qais and Pella from Amman. Visit Umm Qais, a scenic hillside site strewn with the well-preserved ruins of the Greco-Roman city of Gadara. Then, explore Pella, home to the relics of another Roman city, and other, eons-old settlements. A local guide at Umm Qais, all entrance fees, and private round-trip transportation is included.
• 6 hours