Ein Karem, caving and wining

John the baptist, caving & wine!
John the baptist, caving & wine!
Meet your private tour guide and start your day trip with a visit to the ancient village of Ein Karem.
Located on the slopes of the Jerusalem Mountains, between the ever green pine trees, Ein Karen is believed to be the place where John the Baptist was born according to the Christian tradition, attracting many tourists from all over the world.

On this trip you will visit the Church of St. John the Baptist, where John is thought to have been born, the Church of the Visitation, where Virgin Mary came to visit John’s parents on their summer house.
Also visit the famous Jerusalem Windows in the Hadassah University Medical Centre, painted by Marc Chagall.
Continue to the amazing Stalactite Cave (aka ‘The Avshalom Cave’) situated on the slopes of the Judean Hills. In this magical fairy-tale world of stone statues created by Mother Nature - stalactites and stalagmites in a multitude of shapes and sizes, you will amazed by the most beautiful cave in Israel. This rare natural phenomenon will ignite your imagination in finding different shapes similar to the million years old stalactites and stalagmites.

Finally, head to Flam Winery for a tour and wine & cheese tasting.
Learn about the wine producing process, from the vineyards to the glass. Taste the local wines with cheese platter to complete the experience!
Rates & Info:
From Tel Aviv/Jerusalem:
$395 per person (minimum 2 people)

* extra $55 for an additional person
The rate includes:
•A certified tour guide with a car
•A guided tour in Flam Winery 
•Wine tasting (4 different types), a variety of cheeses & breads
•Avshalom Cave entrance fee
Cancellation Policy:
•Up to 29 days prior to arrival date: 15% from the total services
•28 – 21 days before arrival date: 30% from the total services
•20 – 14 days before arrival date: 50% from the total services
•13 – 7 days before arrival date: 80% from the total services
•Less than 7 days before arrival date: 100% from the total Services