The route begins with the German Colony stretching from the Mediterranean, and talk about the Templars.
From there climb the average site in the Bahai Gardens and visit the Shrine of the Bab. At the top of the city, located 420 meters above sea level, we admire the magnificent view of the Bahá'í gardens and Haifa, with bird's-eye view.
From there you continue with trips outside the city, driving along the mountain ridge of Mount Carmel through the Druze villages, while serving Druze and national dishes.
And finish the tour at Muhraka - where almost three thousand years ago, there was a competition for Elijah with the Kohanim Baal God.