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excellent a long day but worth every second. Guide and driver also excellent We saw everything that was stated
coach and guide were funny and with lot of knowldeges
I enjoyed the tour guide. I liked seeing the northern parts of Israel and hearing stories about its history. Many great photo opportunities. I like the built in shopping stop it was only a stop not the focus of the trip. The only part I did not like was the trip was 45 minutes late leaving as hotel pick ups were later than the scheduled time. Instead of extend the day as the tour company was late the day was rushed.
Tip** Bring snacks since lunch by the Sea of Galilee while good is very late.
Stopping in shopping center (some of them expensive) for long time need to be removed. Obviously thy receive some commision. But we do not pay for that. Additional the program chould not be shorten in case there are traffic jem which causes delay. Ognyan Kolev
One tour guide did not keep us very well informed....we were told that we were getting out to go a souvenir shop....what he failed to mention was that after the shop, we were not getting back to the bus before going immediately up a hill to a church. So, out of the shop and straight to a beautiful church with no camera, no water bottle, no shawl for shoulders etc. that was king of frustrating.
Eyol was a very attentive guide and looked after us well. He offered full explanations of places visited and was happy to answer any extra questions we had.
Saw lots. Slight problems with complex logistics as local tour operator shuffled people between buses in Tel Aviv, which added an hour in the morning and again in the afternoon.
Again good value with a great guide Haya. A lot of time spent in bus commuting for hotel pick ups but this was inavoidable. As a Christian it was especially significant and moving. However whilst out of tour operator control a presence at the Jordan River where an appropriate person after the right deliberations could baptise people would be great. Lunch at the Sea of Galilee was OK although the fish was dry. I have joked with friends possibly the last fish that Peter caught before taking off on his ministry odyssey with Jesus. Still good value and would recommended