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The guide was knowledgeable and good at explaining what we observed. The small bus was a great size as our group was not too large when we arrived at the various sites.
My trip was excellent thanks to our tour guide except he was biased and anti-Palestinian to say the least. At the end of the trip there was a bit of a hiccup about which bus to board. For all that, it was a good day out and worth the money.
A great view of a different aspect of the country. The Sea of Galilee and surrounding villages were brilliant.
Robert D. Gay
Good trip. I think the visit to the diamond seller is unnecessary. Also, I thought having only one restaurant choice where the prices were a little high was not a good idea.
Nice trip to the scenery place. All other staff, as mentioned Mark Twain, is a complete fake.
This tour was enjoyable enough, though we were brought to too many souvenir stores.The guide's english was not too good, but she was friendly and helpful.
Excellent guide and coach. Galilee is not to be missed! But the lunch stop was a poor offering - over-priced and no drink included. Then a tip on-top was demanded which upset a lot of the party. Advice - do the trip, but avoid the food!
A great day and well worth doing. Downside was more or less having lunch forced on you at a very expensive price by waiters with quite a bad attitude. There were no other options available.
Interesting tour, the See of Galilee is beautiful. Tour guide was mediocre. Biggest complaint about all these tours (I did four total) is we spent more time in the van picking people up, dropping them off (nearly 4 hours total) than we spent at the actual sites. Also, they have mandatory stops at specific souvenir places. You are not required to buy, but you do need to stop and remain in the shop. Also, one option for lunch…the food was not kept cold (veggies, fruits, etc) and there were cats roaming around the buffet line.
2nd time taken.Good value and covers lot of ground.Too much time in gift shop means too little at Galilee-this needs sorting as does the food stop at Galilee!.Please find a good value alternative as you have on the Masada trip.So its good to go and take sandwiches !.
Excellent guide and a very interesting and well-planned trip. A lot was packed into one day, but we were not rushed. However, it was very much spoiled by the lunch arrangements. There was little alternative to the restaurant we were taken to, as it was isolated on a main road. The salad option was an insult as it consisted of a selection of items usually given free. The meat options were expensive. The desert consisted of a tiny square of baclava and a miniscule coffee. Service was poor, bordering on rude. One man who ate nothing but who sat in the restaurant with his wife was charged for the privilege. We felt cheated and it cast a shadow on an otherwise lovely day.