- Day trip to Golan Heights from Tel Aviv
- Stop for a stroll around Yarendit, the Jordan River’s sacred baptismal site
- Admire views over the Jordanian and Syrian borders from Hammat Gader
- Discover ancient Jewish ruins on a walking tour of the village of Katzrin
- See Katzrin’s 6th-century synagogue with its original Hebrew inscriptions
- Visit the summit of Mount Bental and gaze out over Quneitra Valley
What You Can Expect
You’ll have a chance to luxuriate in the hot spring of Hammat Gader, located on theedge of the Syrian and Jordan border, as well as to explore the village of Katzrin by foot. The capital city of Golan Heights is home to numerous ruins, as well as a 6th-century synagogue.
After lunch (own expense), you’ll travel by coach to the peak of Mount Bental—the most famous dormant volcano in the area. Enjoy incredible views and impressive photo ops of the Quneitra Valley before returning to Tel Aviv in the early evening.
We enjoyed visiting the Golan again after eight years. Our tour leader Isaac was knowledgeable and enthusiastic.
Thanks for a great experience
This trip was awesome. Out of this world.
This was a wonderful trip. The guide was professional and knowledgable. I wish we could have included a side trip to Safed as part of this tour, but the tour overall was excellent.
I could learn a lot about politics and the military situation. Amir is an excellent guide.
This tour was amazing!
This tour was amazing!
Very enjoyable tour with an extremely knowledgeable tour guide.
One of the best tour I have been on. The guide was very good. Very informative. He really knows the history behind.
Very good tour guide with lots of great stories. I think the trip was well worth the money!
The only negative about the trip was the restaurant at the Sea of Gallile this company seems to have an agreement with. The food there was really medioker no flavours at all at 80 NIS.
The tour to the Golan was very good, we saw several interesting places and the view on the way is very nice and refreshing. Our guide was very informative and told us a lot about the area and its history which added good value to the tour. Small drawback: we spent a lot of time in the bus compared to the time outside.