The picturesque mountains of the Galilee tell a story of coexistence, with a peaceful population of different religions calling the area home. The area is well known for its eclectic mixture of historical sites, including the Sea of Galilee and ancient synagogues. A visit to the area might include learning about spirituality and art from a kabbalah master in Tzfat, a Galilean cooking workshop with a religious Druze woman, and a tour of a chocolate factory. Spend a rustic day on a kibbutz, especially popular with kids - milk cows, collect chicken eggs, and learn more about the farming lifestyle. Adventurous travelers can take advantage of the lush terrain, with opportunities for rappelling down cliffs, ATVing in the wilderness, and jeep rides around the countryside.