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Jaffa Half Day Private Tour

The Clock Tower, Yefet Street, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
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Duration

4-5 hours

Cancellation

Up to 1 day

Group Size

10 people

Languages

English, Russian

Overview

Jaffa Half Day Private Tour

The beautiful port city of Jaffa is an amazing architectural monument in modern Tel Aviv. Every year, thousands of tourists seek to visit this unique location of Israel. Preserving the atmosphere of antiquity and antiquity. A place you see will definitely delight you, make an unforgettable impression and will forever remain in your memory.

You can’t go to Tel Aviv and never look into Ancient Jaffa!

Accompanied by a qualified licensed English-speaking guide.

You will get acquainted with the most important sights of the Jaffa, learn more about its cultural heritage. Feel the local flavor and be sure to try the traditional cuisine.

The excursion program includes stops for entering to artist shops.

Starting point: Clock Tower .

Scheduled Day: Daily.

Departure time: 09:00 am | 13:30 pm

Arrival: 13:00 pm | 18:00 pm.

Code: ISRL_JAFFA_1018.

Jaffa Half Day Private Tour.

Itinerary:

  1. Clock Tower Jaffa
  2. Old Jaffa
  3. St. Archangel Michael Monastery
  4. St. George Church
  5. House of Simon the Tanner
  6. Zodiac Signs.
  7. St. Peter’s Church
  8. Wishing Bridge
  9. Abraham Park
  10. Ramses Gate
  11. Suspended Orange Tree
  12. The Smiling Whale
  13. Ilana Goor Museum
  14. Jaffa Flea Market
Old Jaffa panorama
Jaffa Half Day Private Tour – what to take with you?
  • Closed shoes with non-slip protectors (better trekking boots).

  • Headdress.

  • Water. For an adult, it is advisable to take at least two liters.
  • Please keep in mind that there may be no cellular connection on top of the mountain. If you are unsure of your well-being, stock up with the necessary medications.

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Itinerary:
  • Clock Tower Jaffa
  • Old Jaffa
  • St. Archangel Michael Monastery
  • St. George Church
  • House of Simon the Tanner
  • Zodiac Signs.
  • St. Peter's Church
  • Wishing Bridge
  • Abrasha Park
  • Ramses Gate
  • Suspended Orange Tree
  • The Smiling Whale
  • Ilana Goor Museum
  • Jaffa Flea Market

Included/Excluded

  • Licensed Guide.
  • Insurance policy.
  • Personal expenses.
  • Lunch.
  • Tips for guide.
  • Entrances fee.
  • Other expenses.

Included

Guided Tour
Meet & assistance

Level

Private

Departure Day

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Duration

1/2 Day

Where to Travel?

Jaffa

Departure City

Tel Aviv

Guide Language

English
Russian

Activity's Location

The Clock Tower, Yefet Street, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

FAQs

What is a private tour?
Our private tours are the most exclusive way to travel in Israel. You will get a professional driver (private car or minibus) and a licensed tour guide. We can customize tour itinerary according to your wishes and your timetable.
Where we will meet?
Clock Tower Jaffa.
What does the price include?
The price includes a private car and attached tour guide which will pick you up from wherever you are staying (hotel or apartment) and return you to the same location. The trip is limited to 5 hours ($60 for every extra hour).
What is not included?
The price of a Private Tour does not include entrance fees, food and drinks, toll roads and all is not mentioned in incuded.
What to take with you?
Closed shoes with non-slip protectors (better trekking boots).
Headdress.
Water. For an adult, it is advisable to take at least two liters.
Please keep in mind that there may be no cellular connection on top of the mountain.
If you are unsure of your well-being, stock up with the necessary medications.
What languages are the Private Tours offered in?
Almost all languages. Please book in advance tours in languages that aren’t based on English, Spanish, Russian, German or French. In certain instances, a tour guide in a language not mentioned above may incur an additional fee.
Time to buy souvenirs during the tour?
Yes, sure. Just contact our guide during a tour.
Should I tip to my guide and driver?
You don’t need to tip, but it is appreciated by the tour guide and driver as a sign of your satisfaction for the services he has provided.

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