In this section you will find a wide variety of weekly tours to fit your requirements. The tours are designed to suit your needs whilst discovering Israel. For any questions or further information please contact us at info@haifatours.com  or call us at + 972 4 862 0616.


Caesarea, Megiddo, Nazareth, Tiberias

Depart for the ruins of the ancient Roman city of Caesarea, once the Roman Capital. After visiting the theater and the aqueduct, we’ll continue to Mt. Carmel where Elijah fought against the priests of Ba’al. Then on to Megiddo to see the site of the Armageddon and King Solomon’s Stables; and walk the elaborate ancient water system. We continue onto Nazareth, visit the Church of the Annunciation. Overnight in Tiberias.

 Tiberias, Sea of Galilee

Today we will enjoy a boat ride on the Sea of Galilee with time for worship and singing, visit & meditate on the Mount of Beatitudes where Jesus gave the Sermon on the Mount and performed miracles , tour Capernaum, the home of Peter, Andrew, James, and John and where Jesus lived during most of his ministry. Visit Tabgha, the site of the miracle of the multiplication of the loaves and fish, stop at kibbutz Ginosar to see and hear about the discovery of a 2,000 year old “Jesus” boat. Spend some quiet and reflective time along the River Jordan (Optional Baptism Service available). Overnight in Tiberias.

Bet Shean, Jerusalem

As we travel today to Jerusalem, we have the opportunity to visit Biblical sites along the way – Beit She’an, expansive archeological ruins of an ancient city inhabited for 5000 years ,where King Saul was killed , and one of the Roman cities through which Jesus passed during travels from Galilee to Jerusalem. We continue on to Qumran, the caves where a shepherd discovered the Dead Sea scrolls in 1947. Finally, an opportunity to swim (or dip a foot!) in the Dead Sea, the lowest spot on the earth’s surface. Overnight in Jerusalem.

Jerusalem, Mt. of Olive, Temple Mount, Israel Museum, Shrine of the Book

We begin our explorations with a drive to the beautiful Mt. of Olives to behold the breath-taking panorama of the Holy City. Descend to Gethsemane with its ancient olive grove. We will enter Jerusalem through the Dung Gate, and walk to the holiest site in the whole Jewish world, the Western Wall (Wailing Wall) of Herod’s temple. This will include a visit to the Southern Steps of the Temple Mount (the actual steps where Jesus walked). Beyond the wall lies the 35-acre temple area purchased by King David (2 Sam. 24:18-25). We will visit Hezekiah’s waterway, then make our way to St. Stephen’s Gate, St. Anne’s Crusader Church, Pools of Bethesda, the Sister of Zion Convent (to see the Pavement where Jesus stood as he was being tried by Pilate), passing the Stations of the Cross along the Via Dolorosa, ending at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. We’ll visit the Garden Tomb for Communion. In the afternoon, we will visit Bethlehem and experience some important biblical sites. Return to the hotel for dinner and overnight


Four Days Tour, one in Jerusalem

Day One – Jerusalem

We will start our tour with an amazing panoramic view of the Temple Mount from  Mount of Olives, where Jesus overlooked the city two thousand years ago. Then to the garden of Gethsemane, where he was betrayed by Judas. Enter the Old City to visit the holy site for the Jews , the Western Wall, where Jews over the centuries have wept for the Temple which was destroyed by the Romans. Continue to the Via Dolorosa, the way of the Cross, ending at the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, where according to the tradition Jesus was crucified, buried and ascended to heaven. Continue along the main Byzantine street, the Cardo, and exit the Old City through the Zion Gate. Visit the traditional site of the Tomb of  King David, the Room of the Last Supper and the Dormition Abbey. If time permits, visit the Peter Gallicantu church and the Garden Tomb.

Day Two – Jordan Valley

Drive through the  Judean desert to Qumran where the Dead Sea scrolls were discovered and enjoy the experience of floating on the Dead Sea. continue along the Jordan valley, passing Jericho, to the ancient city of Beth shean and then to Yardenit where many pilgrims are baptized in the Jordan River.

Day Three – Galilee

Start the day visiting Nazareth, where Jesus spent his youth and then follow in his footsteps to the Sea of Galilee. At Capernaum see where Peter may have lived, at Tabgha visit the church that commemorates the place where Jesus fed the multitudes and on Mount Beatitudes where he taught them “Blessed are the meek…”

Sail in a wooden boat very similar to those used by the fishermen two thousand years ago, including Jesus’ disciples

Day Four- coast

Start the day at Megiddo, a Canaanite and then Israelite city  overlooking the Jezre’el valley. This sight is known as “the place which is called in Hebrew Armageddon.” (Revelation 16:16)

Driving westwards we reach the Mediterranean Sea and the ancient city of Caesarea.
We will visit the magnificent Herodian port and sit in the restored Roman theatre.

In Caesarea,  Paul was held prisoner before being sent to Rome to be tried. Drive to Jaffa where Peter lodged there with Simon the Tanner and
Jonah “rose up to flee unto Tarshish from the presence of the Lord”. (Jonah 1:3)


Day 1

Arrival and transfer to the hotel in Tel-Aviv area. Visit the city of Jaffa.

Day 2

Drive to Caesarea (Acts 8,9,10,12,18,21,24,25,27); visit the Roman Theatre, the Port and the Aqueduct. Continue traveling north to Meggido -Armageddon (Revelation 16; Judges1; I Kings 4,9; II Kings 9,23; II Chronicles 9,35). Then, on to Nazareth to visit the Church of the Annunciation (Matthew 2,13; Luke 1,2,4). Drive to Canna, the site of the first miracle preformed by Jesus (John 2,4,21). Overnight at a hotel in Tiberias by the Sea of Galilee.

Day 3

Tour around the Sea of Galilee and drive to the Mt. of Beatitudes (Matthew 5,6,7), Visit Tabgha (Matthew 14; Mark 6, John 6) and Capernaum (Matthew 8,9,11; Mark 1; Luke 4; John 6). Then a boat ride on the Sea of Galilee and a taste of the St. Peter’s fish. Drive to Yardenit, the Baptism site. Overnight in the Galilee.

Day 4

Drive to the Golan Heights to visit Caesarea Philippi (Matthew 16) and visit the city of Katzrin where you walk in a Byzantine (4th to 8th century) ancient village and the modern winery. Continue to the Syrian border and back. Overnight in the Galilee.

Day 5

Drive to the Dead Sea and visit Qumran (Joshua 15), the site where the Dead-Sea Scrolls were found. In the afternoon, you can float in the Dead Sea (read a newspaper at the same time if you wish). Overnight in Jerusalem.

Day 6

In the Old City of Jerusalem, enjoy the panoramic view from the Mount of Olives. Then a short drive to Mt. Zion, visit the Last-supper room and King David’s traditional Tomb, followed by a walk to the Jewish Quarter.Visit the Cardo and continue to the Western Wall where you can also visit the South-Wall excavations. This is followed by a walk along the Via Dolorosa, The Way of the Cross (Matthew 27, Mark 15, Luke 22, John 18) which leads you to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre (Matthew 27; Mark 15,16; Luke 23, 12; John 19; Hebrews 13).  Overnight in Jerusalem.

Day 7

Drive to Bethlehem (Judges 10; Ruth I; I Samuel 16,17; II Samuel 2; II Chronicles; Michah 5; Matthew 2; Luke 2) and visit the Church of the Nativity. You will be collected by a Christian local bus and guide and you will visit a Christian market. Back to Jerusalem to visit the Holocaust Museum, Yad-Vashem and the Israel Museum where The Shrine of the Book and the Dead-sea scrolls are exhibited. Drive to the Knesset (The Israeli Parliament) and see the Menora (The State Symbol). Overnight in Jerusalem.

Day 8

Transfer to the Airport.