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The whole experience was great! We enjoyed very much this trip. Dani, our guide was the best. He made us feel very comfortable and managed to accommodate everyone's wished. We had plenty of time to take pictures. We did not feel pressed to do any shopping. Everything was perfect. The trip started in Caesarea, than we visited Haifa where we saw the Ba'Hai garderns from above and from the bottom. The gardens can be visited only by booking a tour with a Ba'hai guide. After that we went to Rosh Hanikra. The experience was spectacular. We also saw the border with Liban on the Golan Height. The trip ended in Acre. We had lunch and after we visited the templar castle and the bazar.
What an amazing experience!! Our tour guide Yonathan was knowledgeable about any and every topic we could come up with - we learned so much about history, archeology, religion, culture, and general social topics of the area. He was extremely accommodating and helped us tailor our day based on our interests and our needs with our young toddler. We had an incredible day and visit thanks to this private, personalized tour and our wonderful guide! I highly recommend doing a private tour to get the most of your trip
Thank you so much to our guide Ami! It was such an amazing day for Body and Soul. The organization and timing very perfect. We really recommend to everybody who wants to explore the holy side of Israel and enjoy the Dead Sea.
Perfect organisation, enough time to enjoy both sites. Short commercial visits, nice to buy small gifts. Don't forget to bring towels and sandals for the beach.
Guided tours saves a lot of holiday time, don't need to worry about safety, transport, etc. You can know a lot interesting information from local guides :)