After a delicious breakfast view the Metropolitan city of Tel Aviv and visit Jaffa – South of Tel Aviv which is considered to be the world's oldest sea-port, with Jewish legend attributing it to Japeth, son of Noah and the Greek legend to Joppa, daughter of the gods of the winds. It was here in the 8th Century B.C. that Jonah started his journey to Nineveh. Much of Old Jaffa has been lovingly restored and now houses an artists colony and galleries, together with many churches and mosques which make a unique site. Then travel along the coastal road to Caesarea, an ancient Mediterranean city halfway between Tel Aviv and Haifa, containing many ruins, most of which date from the Crusader period. Prominent among these are the hippodrome, the Crusader city and the Roman amphitheatre. Continue to Muhraka on Mount Carmel with its breath-taking views of Israel. Here Elijah confronted and defeated the prophets of Baal (1 Kings: 18). Travel to Megiddo overlooking the Jezreel Valley which is considered the Armageddon of the New Testament. From here, continue to Nazareth to tour the Church of the Annunciation. Travel to Tiberias for dinner and overnight.