1 Day Northern Coast & Lower Galilee Luxury tour takes you to the Magnificent northern Coast of the Holy Land and the Land of the Lower Galilee.

Visit Haifa, Nazareth, Cana, and the excavations of Caesarea.

We will provide you with our best small luxury tour operator in the Holy land for that job.

The tours are led by Daniel Shawani and his Licensed Christian tour guides.

Highlights of Northern Israel Luxury tour

  • Discover Caesarea and the ancient ruins of the Roman city.
  • Visit Haifa and Mount Carmel
  • Visit The Wedding church in Cana and perform wedding vows renewal.
  • Discover Nazareth – the hometown of Christ

The Ancient metropolis of Caesarea

First, we begin our Luxury tour in Caesarea.

The Ancient metropolis of Caesarea was founded by Herod “the great” in the first century BCE.

Caesarea was a major city in central Israel for more than a thousand years.

Its main finds include a Theater, a Herodian Palace built on a cliff and many more, all of which we will visit in our tour.

The name Caesarea was given in honor of the Roman emperor, Caesar Augustus.

Also, if time and budget allow we can discover Caesarea on Segways or hover over the city in our Flight tour.

Haifa and Mount Carmel

We continue our Holy land Luxury Tour to Haifa and Mount Carmel.

We start at Stella Maris Carmelite Monastery.

The Carmelites are a Catholic order of monks, one of the oldest in the Holy Land.

The Monastery is located on the north-west corner of Mount Carmel and adjacent to the upper station of the Haifa Cable car.

The orders primary saint is the Prophet, Elijah.

Additionally, We can visit Elijah’s Cave if time permits.

A drive up to the Carmel mountains takes us by the Carmel Prehistoric Caves and the Carmel fire tragedy monument, to the Druze villages of Isfiya and Daliat el-Carmel, where we can learn about the Druze special minority, try some of the fresh Druze pitah bread, perhaps combined with a lunch break.

After lunch, we drive into Haifa, the third largest city in Israel after Jerusalem and Tel-Aviv.

Built on the slopes of Mount Carmel, the settlement has a history spanning more than 3,000 years.

We will appreciate the upper and lower views of the Baha’i Terraced Gardens and stroll along the main street of the German Colony.

Cana and the Wedding Church

After Haifa, we continue to Cana, the traditional site where Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ performed his first public miracle at the wedding.

Cana is best known as the place where Jesus performed one of his first miracles.

This was the first public miracle, the turning of a large quantity of water into wine at a wedding feast (John 2:1–11) when the wine provided by the bridegroom had run out.

At Cana, we will visit The Wedding Church –  a Roman Catholic church dedicated to the Miracle.

Many weddings take place in The Wedding church due to its story.

Some visiting couples take the opportunity to perform a Wedding vows renewal Ceremony.

Nazareth – the Hometown of Christ

Finally, we reach our final destination – Nazareth, the childhood home of Jesus.

Today, Nazareth is the capital and the largest city in the Northern District of Israel.

In addition, the city’s nickname is “the Arab capital of Israel”.

We will visit the Church of the Annunciation and Mary’s well.

This church stands over the site where the Virgin Mary’s house once stood and where the archangel Gabriel told her she would bear the Son of God, Jesus.

According to the belief, Mary’s Well stands where the event occurred.

In addition, we will also visit St. Joseph’s Church, which is built over the carpentry workshop of the husband of the Virgin Mary, Joseph.