Dan Carmel Haifa
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Dan Carmel Haifa
Travel Blogs from Haifa
An early start this morning as we had to negotiate Israeli port security before embarking on a two hour journey into Jerusalem. This is the start of a three day stay in Haifa and we are in Jerusalem today with another long trip to the Dead Sea tomorrow. The bus trip was uneventful but the tour itself was somewhat elongated by the overly verbose guide and an elderly fellow called Herbert getting lost on the early part of the walking tour. Honestly, the number of people who ...
So, we came to Israel for Noah’s Bar Mitzvah and today was the big
day. In order to get to the tram to get to the top of Masada we needed
to leave the hotel in Jerusalem at 7:30 am with all our bags. We were
all downstairs and ready to go on time after a quick breakfast. Noah was
both excited and a bit ...
... next activity.
Back on the bus to drive North to Caesaria Maritima, a National Park, located on the Israeli coastline. the city & harbor were built by Herod the Great about 25-13 BCE. The city was populated through the late Roman & Byzantine Era. It's ruins ruins lie on the Mediterranean Coast, about halfway between Tel Aviv and Haifa.
Caesaria Maritima was named in honor of Augusta Ceasar. Caesaria was ...
Today we explored stunning scenery and historical sites where it is believed Jesus lived, preached and performed miracles.
First stop Mount Carmel panoramic view over Haifa.
We arrived Nazareth and visited Basilica of Annunciation the site where Archangel Gabriel reveled to Mary that she would be the Mother of the Messiah.
Next stop Church of Joseph built over the chambers that once housed Joseph's carpentry shop.
Then a stop of Mary’s Well, ...
... mineral-rich muds to smother on the skin, thermomineral springs to bathe in, and mineral-rich salty water to float in.
On the way down we passed the place where Lot's wife was turned to a pillar of salt. We also drove past where we could see the Fortress of Masada way up above us on the top of the plateau.
Masada is a rugged natural fortress that has become one of the Jewish people's greatest symbols as the place where the last Jewish ...