No visit to the holy and is complete without a visit to Magdala and to make your stay even more memorable you will require a decent level of accommodation. The best time of year to visit is around March and April. During this time of the year it is spring and everything becomes encapsulated in green. Temperatures remain at about 77 degree Fahrenheit. Also the tourism season has not yet fully set in, so you can enjoy relatively good prices.
There are hotels and guest houses to suit anyone’s taste and budget, to give you an idea of what is on offer we will just highlight a few.
Nof Ginosar Tourism
Located on the shores of the Sea of Galilee and with a magnificent view of Mount Arbel, the Nor Ginosar is the very picture of tranquility. It is almost entirely surrounded by lush greenery and is the ideal spot for couples or a family.
There are 168 deluxe rooms and the hotel lies adjacent to a picturesque resort village.
Sitting on the front balcony you can just picture an entire valley spread out before you. You can take in the breeze on a hot day and enjoy large, well -appointed rooms with all the comforts of home. The hosts are very well in tune with their guests and this is reflected not only in classy finishes but also the welcoming spirit of all that work there.
On your next trip here make sure to book the front rooms for the best view.
Ron beach Hotel
At Ron Beach Hotel you can enjoy spacious rooms complimented by a rich breakfast and stunning views of the lake.
The swimming pool is a must on a hot day and the entire experience will leave you wanting to come back year after year.
Tiberias Hostel is very conveniently located and from here you can easily enjoy the view or access the main attractions. The facility is well equipped and a breakfast is included to get you ready for a day of sightseeing.
When booking accommodation anywhere in the area it is important to make sure that the hotel has you complete itinerary. Don’t make the mistake and book all your accommodation in a place like Tel-Aviv or you will find yourself spending hours travelling to places like Golan Heights or Upper Galilee.
Keep in mind that there is a wide selection of accommodation to suit ant budget, starting at three start hotels even up to supreme quality accommodation.
There are also several options for getting around. Car hire seems to be the cheapest options and will cost you betweenb$50 to $90 per day. On arrival at the Ben-Gurion Airport you are able to take delivery of a vehicle 24 hours a day.
If you are spending most of your trip in Jerusalem then there are meter taxis available.
One other option is hiring private transportation. Depending on the vehicle and distance you can pay anywhere between $300 to $400 per day and is definitely one of the more comfortable options.