One Day Tours

Short on time? Traveling on business or with kids? Not a fan of packing and schlepping? No worries! With Milestones you can travel ‘star style’ with our unique One Day Tours. It’s not a secret that Israel is a pretty small country which means you get to see many of the highlights and more in just one day!

Starting off in Tel Aviv or nearby, we’ll take you where you want to go. Choose to explore Caesarea, see Haifa’s famous Baha’i Gardens, take a dip in the Sea of Galilee, experience the exquisiteness of Jerusalem or float in Dead Sea. We offer unique experiences like hiking, wine or culinary tours, strolls through authentic markets and more all along the way!

Click below to view sample itineraries of Milestones One Day Israel experiences.

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    With Milestones, you can explore the real Israel in just one day. Choose from our range of exciting tours below or contact us to create your very own one-day tour experience.

    • See panoramic views of Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives.
    • Explore the Old City ‘s Armenian and Jewish quarters as well as the recently excavated and restored Cardo, the Roman road.
    • Visit the Jewish Wailing Wall, the Kotel, and the Christian Quarter.
    • Walk along the Via Dolorosa and visit the Church of the Holy Sepulcher.
    • Discover the New City; view the Knesset, Israel’s parliament and visit Yad Vashem, the Holocaust memorial.

    • Enjoy the coastal drive to Caesarea, the ancient Roman capital and port; experience a walking tour of the theatre, archaeological ruins and excavations.
    • Discover the charming village of Zichron Yaacov, one of the first towns built by the Zionist movement in 1882. Beautifully restored homes, courtyards, galleries, boutiques, wineries, and places of historical interest surround the village’s pedestrian-only cobblestone main street.
    • Wander through the artist village of Ein Hod at the Carmel Mountains. Meander through the alleys, courtyards and in and out of artists’ studios.

    • Observe the Latrun Monastery, also known as the Monastery of Silence. Continue to Nachshon Winery, one of the oldest wineries in the area.
    • Visit Winery Kadma, in Oriya village, which combines ancient wine making techniques with modern technology.
    • Continue to Mony Winery, set on the grounds of Dir Rafat Monastery, near Beit Shemesh. Owned by an Arab-Christian family, they run a vast estate growing Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay grapes and olives.
    • Visit the monastery of Deir Rafat adjacent to the winery Mony.
    • End at Hans Sternbach Winery in Moshav Givat Yeshayahu and enjoy a heartwarming meal.

    • Explore the main streets of Tel Aviv, Israel’s center of business and entertainment. Visit the Diaspora museum and Rabin Square, where Prime Minister Itzhak Rabin was assassinated.
    • Continue to Old Jaffa, an 8000-year-old port city; visit the ancient ruins and walk along the restored artist’s quarter.
    • Wander the magical streets of Neve Tzedek, the first neighborhood of Tel Aviv, built in 1887.
    • Visit Nahalat Benyamin, a pedestrian street featuring musicians, handmade jewelry and artifacts.
    • Explore Shenkin, a lively and colorful street famous for it’s unique shops, café life and youthful ambiance.

    Tel Aviv is a classic city for commuting by bike and many streets have bike lanes. Flat, small in size, and rich in content, Tel Aviv by bike is an excellent way to get the most out of the city in one day. Bike tours require helmets and a bike lock.

    • Ride South along the Tel Aviv seafront to the old city of Jaffa and Port. Explore the alleys, churches and flea market of
    • ancient Jaffa.
    • Ride through the tranquil and colorful streets of Neve Tzedek; enjoy the public art and galleries, and stop into one of the fashionable cafes located on every street corner.
    • Ride into the heart of the “Wh​ite City” and observe the architecture that claimed this area a UNESCO world heritage site. Park and explore Bima Theater and Dizengof Center, the commercial heart of Tel Aviv.
    • Ride to the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. After exploring the Museum, bike to the Medina Plaza (Kikar Ha’Medina), to
    • experience the fashion boutiques and the park situated in this upscale area.
    • Enjoy a scenic bike ride through Park Hayarkon, on the Yarkon River and then ride to the Tel Aviv Port for a bite to eat.

    • Explore Tel Aviv’s famous Carmel Market. A colorful and rich market, it includes a myriad of products sold in stalls, from fruits and vegetables to spices, fish and meat products, house items and more.
    • Visit the picturesque pedestrian only street of Nachalat Binyamin, and enjoy a one of a kind Arts and Crafts Fair. Takes place on Tuesdays and Fridays and includes about 270 stands, which offer original arts and crafts works.
    • Experience Jaffa Flea Market’s little alleys and bazaar style market offering antiques, jewelry, clothes and lots of second hand bits and pieces. A trendy area, there are plenty of new stylish shops, cafés and bars to enjoy.
    • Wander through Ramla Market, a colorful and dynamic market, which sells fruits, vegetables, spices, pastry, and more. Founded at the end of the Ottoman period, this market is over 100 years old.

    • Drive to Muhraka, the third-highest peak of Mount Carmel. Noteworthy for the biblical story associated with it and
    • commemorated by a Carmelite monastery, it also offers sweeping views.
    • Continue to Daliat El Carmel and Usfiya, a Druze village situated at the top of the Carmel mountain range, in the midst of a natural park. Learn about the Druze people, walk through the village’s enchanted alleyways, and taste a hearty Druze meal.
    • Drive to Haifa and stop at the beautiful and charming Lowe Promenade, which extends along the upper part of Haifa, overlooks lower Haifa and the beautiful bay area, as well as the Baha’i Gardens.
    • Explore Wadi Nisnas, a picturesque neighborhood with old stone buildings and passageways that give a rural country feeling to the city. Explore the oriental marketplace in the heart of the neighborhood.

    • Drive to Acre; visit the Crusaders and Turkish underground city and crypt.
    • Walk through the old city, Oriental market, Arab mosque and the old port.
    • Continue to the northernmost point of Israel at Rosh Hanikra. Descend by cable into the limestone Grottos.

    Milestones offers a variety of transportation options:

    • Milestones jeep (up to four passengers)
    • Milestones van (up to 6 passengers)
    • Milestones mini-bus (up to 17 passengers)
    • Rent and drive your own car

    Milestones cares for all your accommodation needs:

    • Hotels (3 to 5 stars)
    • Apartments (Simple to Luxury)
    • Tzimmers (Cabins)
    • Camping

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