From Tel Aviv, I would recommend Ceasarea, Akko and Rosh Hanikra. It is much closer and you will spend more time touring and less time traveling. I did that day tour years ago (it is the same itinerary). It is a long day but you see the three sites. When you return with the kids, you will want to go back to them as you will just get an overview and won't really have time on the tour to explore the sites indepth.
Caesarea, Acre and Rosh Hanikra is a great day trip. Long though. When you buy your tickets for Acre buy the combined tickets for Rosh Hanikra too. You get a small discount.
Would you rent a car? Otherwise it is quite difficult to do.Edited: 05 July 2014, 06:41
There may be companies like Egged and United that offer that in a day tour, as another option. But renting a car is a very good choice.
I did the Ceasarea, Akko, Rosh Hanikra trip with Egged tours. It was a very full day. If you are driving yourself, I would suggest only doing two of the sites as you will be able to spend a bit more time, especially at Ceasarea.
A tour in the north? If in the Golan I suggest Joe Sofair. If in the Upper Galilee I'd consider Nat Zitomer. If you are interested in a jeep tour on the Golan try Ilan Shulman. I am sure that others will come along with their recommendations. The above all live in the Galilee/Golan and are excellent tour guides.
Thank you - how would I contact them?
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