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Private tour: Caesarea, Haifa, and Mt. Carmel
US$400.00 per adult
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meir gigi wrote a review Jul 2019
Qiryat Ata, Israel67 contributions63 helpful votes
on top of mount carmel, surrounded by forest is daliat el carmel. it's a fun place to wonder around, nice market' and nice food. if you find yourself there, you have to try Sambosak and the high light Durze Pita with labbaneh. just great.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Helaine M wrote a review May 2019
67 contributions17 helpful votes
We wanted to find out more about the Druze religion so pulled into this town along our route. We found clothing made in China and other cheap places. No parking anywhere on the main street. Ate at a restaurant where the owners were very nice and kept bringing us food we did not ask for. When the bill came it was $70. Horrible place. Went to a Heritage Village which was no more than a plot to see you herbs. Avoid this town at all costs.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Highlander f wrote a review Oct 2018
Haifa, Israel49 contributions10 helpful votes
nice small city near haifa of the druze religion . nice people, nice and good place to eat good food for fair prices
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Date of experience: February 2018
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Isichak wrote a review Sep 2018
Tel Aviv, Israel53 contributions43 helpful votes
Went for a visit as part of a course I’m taking. The “village” (not a village at all) Is situated in the Carmel mountain range. There isn’t anything interesting to see. The center of town is basically shops catered for tourists. The prices are doubled or tripled for tourists. I was practically forced to buy half a liter of olive oil in a used plastic water bottle for ₪35=$10 when u can buy double the quantity in any supermarket for ₪30-40 (best quality. Same thing with spices which cost me 3 times more. The tourist guid took us to some house where she put me in an uncomfortable situation where I felt very pushed into buying. She took us to some herbalist shop which was not interesting. All that just so we can buy stuff. My advise is before you buy anything ask for the price. Don’t recommend a visit.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Motti B wrote a review Aug 2018
Kalya, Israel86 contributions11 helpful votes
If you want to get to know a little bit more about the fascinating Druze people, Daliat El Carmel is a great place to start. If you just like good food and nice shopping, it is still a good place to visit.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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