Caesarea, Jaffa, and Tel Aviv Shore Excursion Tour from Haifa Port
Coordinated with Ship Arrivals
Starts from Haifa Port
no hidden fees
Our Caesarea, Jaffa, and Tel Aviv Shore Excursion Tour from Haifa Port takes you along the beautiful, blue Mediterranean coastline to Roman ruins, ancient ports, and the bustling, modern city of Tel Aviv.
Our Caesarea, Jaffa, and Tel Aviv Shore Excursion Tour from Haifa Port takes you along the beautiful, blue Mediterranean coastline to Roman ruins, ancient ports, and the bustling, modern city of Tel Aviv. The Caesarea, Jaffa, and Tel Aviv Shore Excursion Tour from Haifa Port runs in small groups with a maximum of 15 travelers and is coordinated with cruise ship arrivals. With our experienced and licensed tour guides and modern, air-conditioned mini-buses, this shore excursion is the perfect way to explore three of Israel’s highlights in one day.
After the pickup from Haifa Port, the tour will start in Caesarea, the impressive archaeological site constructed by Herod, where you will explore the ruins along the beautiful shores. Driving along the coastal highway, you will head south to ancient Jaffa to explore the port and the winding alleyways leading up from the harbor. Continue your tour in the White City. Enjoy the sights and sounds of modern Tel Aviv, with an eclectic mix of Bauhaus and contemporary glass high rises. Visit the most prominent landmarks before heading back to Haifa port.
CAESAREA, JAFFA AND TEL AVIV Shire excursion Tour from Haifa Port TOUR Highlights
Small group of no more than 15 passengers per tour and convenient pickup from the port (for larger groups please inquire)
Traverse the Herodian Amphitheater, discover crusader ruins, and admire the sea views from the remains of the palace in Caesarea
Visit ancient Jaffa with its narrow alleys, picturesque churches, and living history
Walk over the Wishing Bridge and make a stop at the panoramic lookout point where you can see all of Tel Aviv’s stunning shoreline
Explore Rothschild Boulevard in the heart of the White City
Visit Independence Hall, where the State of Israel was proclaimed in 1948
Option to visit Carmel Market for a short tasting tour or make a stop at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art