About the Galilee Hike
The Lower - GaliLAND Trail Starts in Kibbutz Lavi ascends Mount Arbel & ends in Tiberias. It's a relatively easy walking path (except for the part in Mount Arbel which is moderate). The trek unveils splendid views, rich flora & fauna, biblical & modern history of the Galilee and its inhabitants of various cultures. Nature, Splendid views, History...
Lower - GaliLAND Trail
Kibbutz Lavi to Tiberias 2 Days - 1 Night
| Lower GaliLAND Trek Walk to Tiberias 2 days / 1 night - Hike|
Requires minimum 6 people
| i Tour Details|
|Departure Monday |
Tour Ends Tuesday (in Tiberias)
Duration 2 days / 1 night
Meet Kibbutz Lavi
Time 07:30 am
Guided in English
| $ Tour Price |
|Price marked in USD per person|
|TLV pick up (min. 2 pax)
|JLM pick up (min. 2 pax)
|* Tour does not operate on Jewsih Holidays|
Tour price includes
♦ 2 days licensed nature guide
♦ 1 night guesthouse
♦ FB lunch day 1 to lunch day 2
♦ Service vehicle (gear transfer)
Not included Travelers' medical or baggage insurance, tips, extras & personal expenses. Anything not mentioned in price includes section.
|Tour Itinerary |
Monday / DAY 1
Our hike begins in Kibbutz Lavi. We will cross its vast wheat fields and climb our way to the magnificent view point from the Horns of Hattin, where the famous battle between Saladin and the Crusaders took place. We then make our way down passing Nebi Shu’eib (Considered to be Jethro’s tomb by the Druze). Entering into the gorgeous Arbel valley, we will visit ancient Arbel synagogue, and take our first views of the Sea of Galilee – the Kinneret.
Tuesday / DAY 2
Starting our day at the Arbel National Park we will have a magnificent view over the entire Galilee. We will then hike down exploring cliff caves, where King Herod fought his strong-holding opponents. With expansive views of the Sea of Galilee, we will reach Migdal, proceed towards the Kinneret shoreline & walk to Tiberias for a guided walking tour of this ancient city.
* We reccommend staying night before the tour in Kibbutz Lavi
Bring along Comfortable hiking boots, hat, personal water bottle, towel, sunscreen lotion, flashlight, personal medication.
* Nov. to Mar. warm clothes
♦ Due to limited space in the jeeps, one overnight bag per person ♦ Walk requires minimal hiking skills, yet it is not recommended for pregnant women or people with back or neck issues.