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Israel is a captivating destination with pristine beauty and a unique combination of old and new. Explore spiritual sites where biblical script is brought to life, exciting places to party by the Mediterranean, public beaches to float in the Dead Sea, and beautiful landscapes to see mountainous waterfalls or desert terrain.


  • Visit Haifa to see the renown Baha'i Gardens, a staircase of nineteen terraces ascending to the northern slope of Mount Carmel. These beautiful garden terraces surround the Shrine of the Báb and is the most holy site of the Bahai faith.

  • Explore Caesarea to go diving at Caesarea Underwater Archaeological Park; 50 acres of pools, ancient ports, storage places, promenades, and a lighthouse. Professional instructors carefully lead this memorable diving adventure.

  • Discover Tel Aviv, a busy, contemporary city with delicious food, Bauhaus architecture, stunning beaches, cultural establishments, and cozy cafes.

  • Visit Jerusalem, one of the oldest, holiest cities in the world. Gaze at the Western Wall, an ancient limestone wall in Jerusalem's Old City. Stop at the rooftop of the Austrian Hospice for a gorgeous view of the Western horizon with the Dome of the Rock, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the Judean Desert, and the mountains of Jordan. Visit the Franciscan Church of the Coenaculum on Mount Zion to see the Last Supper Room, which is known as the place of Jesus' notable Last Supper.

  • Take a day trip to the Dead Sea, the lowest point on earth, surrounded by the Negev Desert. Fish cannot survive in these salty waters, giving this body of water its name. Explore public beaches such as Ein Gedi Beach or the Ein Bokek to float in these therapeutic waters.

  • Travel west of the Dead Sea to discover Ein Gedi Nature Reserve, an oasis and a nature reserve filled with beautiful waterfalls.

  • Take an exciting tour that explores the Negev Desert from Mitzpe Ramon to observe magical landscapes, hike in a massive karst crater, and gaze at starry night skies.

Good to know

  • The most popular time to visit is in the late spring and fall

  • Grab a bureka and coffee for a quick, traditional breakfast

  • Many businesses, most activities, and some transportation do not run on Shabbat (from Friday evening to Saturday evening) – so plan accordingly

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