A collection of extra ordinary art and paintings about Tiberias, Israel and the Sea of Galilee. All the art work is from Israeli artists.
I’ve been involved in the Group Tours now intensely for the last weeks and traveled the country multiple times. When I spoke with a couple of tourists from Canada in the central bus station in Tel Aviv, they were asking me for the best tourist attractions in Israel. There are so many attractions, they got lost. Here is my list and the images with them.
With the customization, you can transform one of the expensive tours here to a low-budget tour. For example, we’ve combined several tours together to a 8 day tour of Israel and the price went from $2,345 per person with a 30 people group to $1,439 per person … and that includes airfare from New York, US to Tel Aviv and back! The price is $860 without the airfare.
The Food and Wine tours are the most unique tours created and in existence in Israel; it’s a master-product. The people in the tour not only will meat the members of the many cultures in Israel, they will taste their cuisine and see how they live and be integrated in Israel. You can literally ‘taste’ the history. You learn more about Israel in this tour then 10 years of study.
Eight wonderful sights in Israel for everyone to visit in case you are bored. For those tourists in hotels who might bored too, read it here and make your choice.
The Arbel Cliffs hang over the sea of Galilee, and its natural caves were used as shelters for rebels against Herod, fortress during the revolt against the Romans and was fortified again in later periods. The ruins of a Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine villages lie below the cliffs and on its south-western side. Here is a collection of images about the Arbel Cliffs.
There are many tourists skipping Tiberias, but they are wrong. There are many things to see and to experience in Tiberias near the Sea of Galilee.