Private Tours in North Israel
Head north and discover the beauty and history of the coastal cities and the Galilee  

There is much more to Israel than Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, amazing as they both are. North Israel is an incredible part of the country. Discover its natural beauty, picturesque cities and ancient history.

With our licensed private tour guide in Israel, you can explore the northern part of Israel on a single or several private day tours.

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Choose From Our Tours in North Israel

Select one of our 3 tours covering the northern coastline of Israel:


Choose one of out three different tours of the Galilee:


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North Israel Private Tour 
Caesarea, Haifa & Akko Along the Coast

Sea view from Caeserea Israel

Visiting Caesarea, just a 45 minute drive from Tel Aviv, feels like a visit back in time, back to the days the city was the Roman capital and the main port city of Israel 2,000 years ago.  

  • At the Caesarea National Park along the coastline are well-preserved, remarkable remnants from Roman, Crusader and Byzantine periods.
  • You'll see the ancient port built by Herod, the bath houses,  villas and temples, the huge Herodian palace remains, the ancient aqueduct and the stunning Roman amphitheater which still hosts Israel top pop performances every summer. 
roman pillars in the ancient city of caesarea in israel
  • Besides the glorious ruins, Modern Caesarea has an exquisite, sandy beach, seaside cafes and restaurants, as well as a small artists' square.
  • At the Ralli Art Museum in Caesarea, you can see the remains of a magnificent palace with a completely preserved mosaic floor dated 1,600 years ago.

Haifa Vista and Bahai Gardens

Haifa, Israel's third largest city is one of its prettiest, perched atop the Carmel Mountain range, descending down to the sandy beaches and port below.  

  • Haifa is home to the intriguing Bahai religion, and the stunning, world famous Bahai Gardens The founder of the Bahai faith, originally from Persia, fell in love with the beauty of the Carmel mountains. The shrine in the Gardens contain his remains.  
  • You'll see a magnificent view of the sea from the Stella Maris (Star of the Sea) Carmelite Monastery.  The Carmelites are a Catholic order of monks named after Mount Carmel. Their primary saint is the Prophet Elijah. 
  • Inside the Baroque style-church is a cave where, according to tradition, the Prophet Elijah hid from the wrath of the idol worshipers.

the Akko Citadel - remains of Cruasder Knights Halls

Last city on the tour is the charming, ancient port city of Akko (Acre), a World Heritage Site in north Israel.

  • Walking around Akko's lively streets and alleyways, you'll see an amazing mix of Crusader ruins including:
  •  the underground Hospitalier Knights halls 
  • And the underground Templar escape tunnel!
  • Restored Turkish Ottoman baths
  • And the vibrant Arab market and restaurants with some of the best hummus in Israel!
  • If there is time, you'll visit the Baha'i Gardens in Acre, smaller than than the Bahai gardens in Haifa but exquisite and peaceful.

Tour Details

  • Pickup and drop-off at your Tel Aviv or Jerusalem hotel 
  • Tour duration - Full day  
  • Tour Price:
  • Tourist Class Car with guide / driver: $ 600 from Tel Aviv, $ 700 from Jerusalem
  • Comfort Class Car / Minivan Guide and Driver: $ 650 in total from Tel Aviv, $ 750 from Jerusalem
  • Prices do not include entrance fees to Crusader Halls and Tunnels in Akko

Book Your Tour HERE 


North Israel Private Tour 
Haifa, Akko and Rosh Hanikra

Haifa Vista and Bahai Gardens

Haifa, Israel's third largest city is one of its prettiest, perched atop the Carmel Mountain range, descending down to the sandy beaches and port below.  

  • Haifa is home to the intriguing Bahai religion, and the stunning, world famous Bahai Gardens The founder of the Bahai faith, originally from Persia, fell in love with the beauty of the Carmel mountains. The shrine in the Gardens contain his remains.  
  • You'll see a magnificent view of the sea from the Stella Maris (Star of the Sea) Carmelite Monastery.  The Carmelites are a Catholic order of monks named after Mount Carmel. Their primary saint is the Prophet Elijah. 
  • Inside the Baroque style-church is a cave where, according to tradition, the Prophet Elijah hid from the wrath of the idol worshipers.

the Akko Citadel - remains of Cruasder Knights Halls

Last city on the tour is the charming, ancient port city of Akko (Acre), a World Heritage Site in north Israel.

  • Walking around Akko's lively streets and alleyways, you'll see an amazing mix of Crusader ruins including the underground Hospitalier Knights halls 
  • And the underground Templar escapte tunnel 
  • Restored Turkish Ottoman baths
  • And the vibrant Arab market and restaurants with some of the best hummus in Israel!
  • If there is time, you'll visit the Baha'i Gardens in Acre, smaller than than the Bahai gardens in Haifa but exquisite and peaceful.

view from the peaks of Rosh Hanikra in northern Israel

The final stop is Rosh Hanikra in the far northern coast of Israel, near the border with Lebanon. ‎

  • You'll ride on a cable car, descending from the top of the cliff to the beachside in the shortest and steepest cable car descent on the planet. 
  • Once down, you'll follow an easy walking ‎path to see the  spectacular, watery caves and tunnels that make up the Rosh Hanikra grottoes.  

Tour Details

  • Pickup and drop-off at your Tel Aviv or Jerusalem hotel 
  • Tour duration - Full day  
  • Tour Price:
  • Tourist Class Car with guide / driver: $ 600 from Tel Aviv, $ 700 from Jerusalem
  • Comfort Class Car / Minivan Guide and Driver: $ 650 in total from Tel Aviv, $ 750 from Jerusalem
  • Prices do not include entrance fees to Crusader Halls and Tunnels in Akko

Book Your Tour HERE 


North Israel Private Tour
Caesarea and Zichron Yaacov

Sea view from Caeserea Israel

Visiting Caesarea, just a 45 minute drive from Tel Aviv, feels like a visit back in time, back to the days the city was the Roman capital and the main port city of Israel 2,000 years ago.  

  • At the Caesarea National Park along the coastline are well-preserved, remarkable remnants from Roman, Crusader and Byzantine periods.
  • You'll see the ancient port built by Herod, the bath houses,  villas and temples, the huge Herodian palace remains, the ancient aqueduct and the stunning Roman amphitheater which still hosts Israel top pop performances every summer. 
roman pillars in the ancient city of caesarea in israel
  • Besides the glorious ruins, Modern Caesarea has an equisite, sandy beach, seaside cafes and restaurants, as well as a small artists' square.
  • At the Ralli Art Museum in Caesarea, you can see the remains of a magnificent palace with a completely preserved mosaic floor dated 1,600 years ago.

statue in the charming city of Zichron Yaacov on the Carmel mountain range in Israel

After a 10-15 minute drive from Caesarea, you'll see charming  Zichron Yaakov on the outskirts of the Carmel mountains.

  • Built in 1882, it was one of the first Jewish settlements in then Palestine. You will walk by many of the original tiled roof homes and courtyards that are intact or have been restored.  
  • Zichron is the home of the first winery of Israel established by the Baron Rothschild.
  • In its early days, Zichron Yaacov's pioneers endured many hardships - including malaria, poor farmland and dire poverty. Just near Zichron Yaakov is the beautiful Park Ramat HaNadiv where the Baron Edmond de Rothschild and his wife are buried. Their philanthropic activities enabled Zichron Yaacov to survive and flourish despite the difficulties. 
  • Your last stop will be the Park Utopia a lush tropical rainforest park with more than 20,000 orchids, waterfalls and fountains, a butterfly garden and an animal park.

Tour Details

  • Pickup and drop-off at your Tel Aviv or Jerusalem hotel 
  • Tour duration - Full day  
  • Tour Price:
  • Tourist Class Car with guide / driver: $ 500 from Tel Aviv, $ 600 from Jerusalem
  • Comfort Class Car / Minivan Guide and Driver: $ 600 in total from Tel Aviv, $ 700 from Jerusalem
  • Prices do not include entrance fees to Caesarea Archaeological Park

Book Your Tour HERE 


North Israel Private Tour  
Cities and Nature of the Green Galilee

Mount of Beautitudes near the Sea of Galilee - the Kinneret

The beautiful mountains of the Galilee in the north make up the green heart of Israel. The Galilee is an integral part of biblical history and is full of Jewish and Christian holy sites.

  • One of the most fascinating places in the Galilee and well off the beaten tourist track is the National Park of Zipori, the 'capital' of the Galilee 2,000 years ago.
  • You can walk down the Roman streets, visit the villas and see some of the best preserved mosaics in the world from 1800 years ago.
the middle eastern Mona Lisa. Mosaic from Zipori in the Galilee Israel
  • Zipori was the home of the Sanhedrin, the equivilant of the Knesset in those days. You can visit an ancient synagogue with amazingly lifelike mosaics depicting Biblical scenes.

  • You'll continue to the picturesque city of Zefat (Safed), the birthplace of the Jewish Kabbalah and a city which continues as a center of Jewish mysticism worldwide.
  • The city is a curious mix of ancient synagogues, a vibrant Artist's Colony and ancient cemeteries where leading kabbalistic rabbis are buried, such as the ARI, Rabbi Isaac Luria, Rav Yosef Caro, and many more.

Another interesting town with ancient Jewish and Christian roots is Capernaum, on the Sea of ​​Galilee (Kinneret).

The city had thriving Jewish and Christian populations living side by side. You can visit the remains of these ancient communities.

Tour Details

  • Pickup and drop-off at your Tel Aviv or Jerusalem hotel 
  • Tour duration - Full day  
  • Tour Price:
  • Tourist Class Car with guide / driver: $ 600 from Tel Aviv, $ 700 from Jerusalem
  • Comfort Class Car / Minivan Guide and Driver: $ 650 in total from Tel Aviv, $ 750 from Jerusalem
  • Prices do not include entrance fees 

Book Your Tour HERE


North Israel Private Tour  
Mount Carmel Tour

View from the Carmelite Monastery at Muchaka Mount Carmel

The secret ingredient of this Mount Carmel tour is its diversity - covering nature, history and ethnic culture all in one.

  • First stop is the top of Carmel Mount, a unique biosphere reserve in Israel. At the Horn of Carmel, also called Muchraka is the Carmelite Monastery commemorating the site of the dramatic biblical battle between the Prophet Elijah and the priests of the pagan god Baal. 
  • From the roof of the monastery is a spectacular view of the Jezreel Valley.

Daliyat el-Carmel, Israel's largest Druze village in Mount Carmel
  • Nearby, we'll discover the Druze villages of Daliyat el-Carmel and Isfiya, where we'll learn about the fascinating Druze people, their religion and culture.
  • As we start descending from the top of Carmel to the Mediterranean Coast, we'll pass  Bet Oren, one of the most beautiful areas in all of Israel often called 'Little Switzerland.'
  • Next stop  is the artist colony Ein Hod.
whimsical outdoor sculpture in Ein Hod artists village on the Carmel mountain range in Israel
  • We'll walk around the artist galleries, through the Village Art Museum and the Museum of Marcel Yanko, a world famous Dadaist painter, and one of the forefathers of Ein Hod.
  • Finally, we'll descend to the coast and visit the Crusader Fortress at Arsuf or Apollonia.
Crusader ruins at Arsuf or Appolonia National Park
  • Atop this ancient Greek and Roman city, Richard the Lion-heart won a great victory over the Moslem Sultan Salah ad-Din. The latest excavations have uncovered not only the Crusader fortress, but also the remnants of the once prospering Roman glass industry. 

Tour Details

  • Pickup and drop-off at your Tel Aviv or Jerusalem hotel 
  • Tour duration - Full day  
  • Tour Price:
  • Tourist Class Car with guide / driver: $ 500 from Tel Aviv, $ 600 from Jerusalem
  • Comfort Class Car / Minivan Guide and Driver: $ 750 in total from Tel Aviv, $ 850 from Jerusalem
  • Prices do not include entrance fees to Muchraka Monastery and Appolonia National Park. 

Book Your Tour HERE


North Israel Private Tour   
Jezreel Valley Biblical History & Natural Wonders

Besides being one of the loveliest spots of north Israel, the Jezreel Valley was home to incredible, ancient history.

  • First stop on the tour is Megiddo, the jewel in the crown of the world of biblical archaeology.
Megiddo biblical archaeology - gates and citadel of Solomon
  • You can stroll around King Solomon's Citadel and Gates, the altar area and ancient water supply system.  
reconstruction of how Megiddo looked in ancient times

Here's a recreation of how it looked in Biblical times - 

  • We'll drive east in Jezreel Valley along the scenic Gilboa Mountain range where King Saul and David battled -
Gilboa mountain range and Jezereel Valley (Emek Yisrael)
  • You'll reach the Beit Shean National Park, where you can see explore the amazing archaeological remains including an Egyptian city, 

and the ongoing excavations of an amazing Roman-Byzantine city.

Finally,you will visit Beit Alfa National Park with one of the most beautiful synagogue mosaic floors in Israel, dating from the early sixth century CE.

Tour Details

  • Pickup and drop-off at your Tel Aviv or Jerusalem hotel 
  • Tour duration - Full day  
  • Tour Price:
  • Tourist Class Car with guide / driver: $ 600 from Tel Aviv, $ 700 from Jerusalem
  • Comfort Class Car / Minivan Guide and Driver: $ 750 in total from Tel Aviv, $ 850 from Jerusalem
  • Prices do not include entrance fees two Beit Shean, Megiddo and Ein Harod National Park  

Book Your Tour HERE


North Israel Private Tour 
Natural Beauty of North Israel Tour

View of the Hula Valley and the mountains of the Upper Galilee in the north of Israel

The far north of Israel is a place of great natural beauty and ancient history.

  • First stop on this tour is the Hula Nature Reserve in the Upper Galilee. This unique place supports ‎a huge variety of wild life such as water buffaloes, swamp turtles and plants. But its greatest claim to fame is as home to one the great bird migrations in the world!
Crane in Hula Valley in the North of Israel

More than half a billion birds fly through Israel in the spring on their way to northern Europe and Asia, and in the autumn on their way south to Africa.

Over 400 species rest on their long way in Israel's Hula Valley.


  • Continuing further noth, our next stop is the Tel Dan National Park, ‎a fascinating Biblical archaeological site and a miraculous natural wonderland.
ancient wall from days of the Kingdom of Israel at Tel Dan Nature Reserve in far north Israel

At the heart of the park is Tel Dan, the archeological site of the ancient Israel ‎Kingdom capital, Laish with its walls and pagan temple which competed with ‎the Jerusalem temple of Judea for the hearts of the ancient Israelites.

The noisy Dan River rushes through the nature reserve.

Dan River in north Israel, Tel Dan Nature Reserve

It is one of the sources of the Sea of Galilee and the Jordan River. Truly a  beautiful, green paradise. ‎

  • Last stop, we'll continue to one of the greatest natural attractions of ‎Israel, the Banias Waterfall - 

Banias is without doubt the most impressive ‎waterfall in Israel. ‎

Beautiful willows and other trees stand along the side of the Banias stream.

The Banias Spring emerges from the  foothills of Mount Hermon. It flows for few miles downhill, getting stronger and stronger until it culimnates in the waterfall.

Tour Details

  • 10 Hour Tour 
  • Pickup / dropoff at your Tel Aviv hotel 
  • Tourist Class Car with Guide / Driver $ 750 
  • Comfort Class Car / Minivan with Guide + Driver - $850

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