Haifa boasts a thriving culinary scene that ranges from a variety of new and veteran gourmet restaurants, to some of the best and oldest street food establishments in the country. Haifa is known as a cultural tapestry, and is one of the few true examples of multicultural co-existence in the State of Israel. This lends itself to a widespread celebration of authentic Arabic-Galilean and Druze cuisines, that are unique to the city and its surrounding areas. The port city is also home to many bars, pubs, and a thriving young nightlife scene, which includes our own original handcrafted beer, wine, and spirits. No matter what you're searching for, Haifa is a great place to set out, explore, and get your fill of authentic modern Israeli cuisine, and culture. -Haifa Street Food Tours
This walking tour takes you to some of the most beautiful sites in Haifa including the Baha'i Gardens and Louis Promenade which gives an amazing view of the city. The tour is led by licensed tour guide, Gily Dror. Gilly is an enthusiastic traveler who loves to discover new spots and wants to help you fall in love in the country.
Come to Haifa and live like a local for a month as we go on a journey of discovery and introspection. Step out of your life. Reflect, reorient, and return. When was the last time you gave yourself a month to fall into the rhythm of life in a foreign country while examining what's really important to you for the next stage of life? Haifa and its environs serve as our lens and landscape as we delve into Jewish wisdom through text study, explore shared society, meet innovators and entrepreneurs and engage in our own storytelling. Build community, meet the people shaping their vision for the future, and gain insight for living a life of meaning. Program led by a rabbi/educator who is a Haifa native and a journalist.
A private tour through the majestic gardens while hearing about the fascinating Baha’i faith will allow not only to experience their amazing beauty, but also learn about the values it represents. What does the Baha’i faith stand for? What’s the meaning of the garden and it’s symbols and why those gardens were built in Haifa? You can book this tour in English, Russian, Hebrew or German. It’s possible to include the gardens in a half or full day tour or to book only an in-depth tour of the gardens.
The Haifa walking tour with Joe S. starts by taking a short walk through DownTown Haifa to coffee shops in the rejuvenated old port warehouse area. From there, the group takes a cable car to Mt Carmel (all seven stations). After that, the tour goes to a view of the Haifa Bay and/ or the Museum of Japanese art. Next on the tour, is the Mane Katz art gallery and coffee shop on the view. From there, everyone is taken to the Haifa Zoo to socialize on the grass, benches, and play park games. Afterthat, Joe takes you to walk on the Louis promenade along the Bayview path. To close of the tour, the group will go to the Bahai Gardens and hear their story, and then go back to walk along the port on the cable car. Joe S. can personalize your tour if you message him about the sites you want to see in Haifa.
Experience Galilee’s rich flavors and legendary hospitality in a village cooking class near Haifa, and cook lunch in a local kitchen. Join a Druze, Muslim or Christian family for a traditional coffee then prepare a seasonal menu. Local favorites include makluba, hubeza and sinya; wild greens, smoked green wheat and regional vegetables that infuse the dishes with a distinctive Galilean flavor. Share the feast around the family table, and get a unique taste of village life.