Tzfat (Safed) & Golan Heights Day Tour – Tour Plan Israel

Tour HighlightsSafed (in Hebrew Tzefat),Kabbalah Center,Ari Hakadosh Synagogue,Artists’ Quarter,Golan Heights,Syrian bunkers,panoramic view of the Hulla Valley, Golan Winery.

Tzefat & the Golan HeightsA Day of Jewish Mysticism in the Galilee

Tour is guided in English

Additional LanguagesSpanish Not available

French Not availableGerman Not available

Included pick up / drop off major hotels, tourism licensed vehicle, licensed guide, entry fees.

Not included Lunch, drinks, tips, extras & personal expenses.

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Child age 5-12 years 10% discount Child under 5 years cannot join the tour

Travel from Tel Aviv* north along the coastal road, then east to Safed. Known in Hebrew as Tzefat, it is one the four Jewish Holy Cities & a world know Kabbalah Center. Visit the Ari Hakadosh Synagogue, where the “Shulchan Aruch” was compiled by Joseph Karo, stroll through the local Artists’ Quarter and tour the Visitors Center.

From Safed travel east, across the Upper Jordan River and ascend the Golan Heights. The Golan plateau is bordered by Israel, Lebanon, Jordan & mostly with Syria. Visit Gadot Observation Point, located over an abandoned Syrian trench. Hear the stories of the Golan battles& enjoy a panoramic view of the Hulla Valley. Time permitting visit a Golan Winery.

Estimated return: in JLM ~19:00 pm / in TLV ~18:30 pm

* For those coming from Jerusalem: Pick up & transfer to Tel Aviv, to wait ina hotel’slobby, whilepick up round takes place. Thank you for your patience.

Bring alongHat, water, comfortable walking shoes & snacks for the way (Nov. to Mar. warm clothes)

Remarks Pick up from major hotels in Tel Aviv & Jerusalem Optional pick up in TLV & drop off in JLM or v.s. Lunch is not included(Break provided to purchaselunch)

Modest dress code (covered shoulders & knees)

Tzfat (Safed) & Golan Heights Day Tour – Tour Plan Israel

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