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Tzfat & The Golan Heights

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Tzfat, Israel

  • Activities

    Heritage-History Tour, Sightseeing

  • Price
    $170 USD per person
  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Daily

  • Price Includes

    All activities & entrance fees; Luxury air-conditioned vehicle/bus; An incredible experience and loads of fun!; Tour Vehicle registered with the Ministry of Tourism; Tour Guides are certified by the Ministry of Tourism.

  • Notes

    Comfortable, broken in walking shoes are recommended. Valuable belongings should never be left unattended in the tour vehicle. Modest attire for holy sites – hats for men and shoulder covering for women.

Highlights

  • Tzfat Old City & Artists Quarter
  • Ancient Tzfat Synagogues
  • Mount Bental & IDF Bunker Lookout

Trip Info

Tzfat Old City & Artist Quarter
Venture down Tzfat’s quaint cobblestone streets filled with silversmiths, painters, sculptors, and more, artists are hard at work in their studios and as you walk by, you’ll see the windows of the ancient buildings filled with paintings touched by true artistry.

Yoseph Caro Synagogue
This historic synagogue is named after the kabbalist and scholar Yosef Caro, author of the Shulchan Aruch (codification of Jewish law). Destroyed by two earthquakes and each time rebuilt, today this synagogue is in full use, bringing ancient tradition to life.

The Ari Synagogue
Built in memory of Rabbi Isaac Lurie, this synagogue holds a special place in the heart of Tzfat. It is said that the famous Shabbat melody “Lecha Dodi” originated here. Be sure to witness the synagogues most stunning attribute – its intricate and colorful ark.

Mount Bental IDF Bunker & Lookout
Mount Bental is part of an extinct volcano located in the Golan Heights. At the top of Bental there is an abandoned Israeli bunker that was used to observe the entire Golan Heights region, and afford visitors the best view of Israel’s neighbor, Syria.

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