Then stop in the ancient capital city of Jewish mysticism - Safed, where the Kabbalah faith has originated.
The old part of town consists of narrow cobblestone alleys revealing artists' galleries, medieval synagogues, private homes and small guest houses.
Watch the movie at the Visitor Center as it reveals the secrets of the rebels’ daily life, the story of the excavations, and how Masada became one of Israel’s most important symbols.
Let's end our day with a relaxing float in the healthful waters of the Dead Sea, the lowest, saltiest body of water on earth. Tonight let's break bread over our Welcome Dinner at a local restaurant.
Depart Tiberias and travel northwest to Akko (Acre) on the Mediterranean shore.
Explore the Upper Galilee and step back in time as we walk the ancient Phoenician and Crusader seaport city of Akko/Acre.
Continue on to Hazor, a Canaanite city rebuilt by King Solomon.
Visit the Hazor Museum filled with artifacts found in the area through 21 historic layers.Ancient Beit Shean, once a Roman city, has been extensively excavated to reveal public streets, bath houses, and theaters.The Talmud refers to this site as the "entrance to paradise." Continue on to Tiberias and check in at our hotel located on the shores of the Sea of Galilee.Our day tour will conclude with a visit to Mount Zion to see King Davids Tomb.Say goodbye to Jerusalem this morning, as we travel north through the Jordan River Valley to the ancient remains of Beit Shean, one of the biggest excavated sites in Israel.On arrival at the Ben Gurion Airport, shuttles will be available every 2 hours throughout the day.