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Doing Ein Gedi Right

October 9th 2017

Ein Gedi is an active kibbutz located near the Dead Sea and the Judean Desert. With such a prime location, it’s no surprise that it is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the country. If you are visiting Israel this year, here are some top Ein Gedi hotspots for you to enjoy. Nature […]

Doing Jerusalem Right: Balancing the Old With the New

October 7th 2017

Jerusalem is the most fascinating dichotomy you’ll find anywhere in the world. Preserving the ancient history and heritage of the Jewish People, this city is ever-evolving, embracing the new cultures, people, and times that are inexplicably drawn to her venerable stones. With so much in flux, it can be hard to keep track of what […]

Jerusalem Restaurants With Sukkot Provided

October 5th 2017

Eating out on Sukkot can get a little tricky if you hold by the Orthodox tradition of only eating under a Sukkah. If this is your habit, then you’re in luck because we’ve compiled a list of some of the best places to eat around Jerusalem that also have conveniently constructed sukkot just for you. […]

More October Excitement for Israeli Tourists

October 3rd 2017

In case you didn’t get enough from the fabulous array of October art, culture, and archeology we dished out last time, here are a few more highlights that you’ll only find this month in Israel. Make sure to hit up a handful to complete your vacation itinerary with a bang! Jerusalem Biennale for Contemporary Jewish […]

October Events Everyone’s Talking About

October 2nd 2017

Between the holidays of Sukkot, Simchat Torah, and Hoshana Rabba, and all the cultural events going on, October is one busy month for Israeli tourists! If you’re visiting this beautiful country during this time, check out some of the most happening events you won’t want to miss. Art If it’s art you’re looking for, then […]

Fun & Family-Friendly Attractions for Sukkot 2017 in Israel

September 30th 2017

Israel is definitely the place to be for the holiday of Sukkot. Aside from the overwhelmingly nationalistic feeling that washes over everyone during this time of year, Israel boasts the best weather for end of season touring, shopping, and just plain enjoying. If you’re lucky enough to be in the region for Sukkot, check out […]

Doing the Kinneret Right: Top Tourist Sites Along the Galilean Sea

September 28th 2017

There are lots of fun facts about the Kinneret that you probably didn’t know. For example, it is the largest freshwater reservoir in Israel, it’s the second lowest point, and it’s not even a sea (it’s a lake, but don’t let the cat out of the bag)! Aside from being an interesting topic of conversation, […]

Atlit Yam: Fascinating Archeological Findings in Haifa

September 25th 2017

Atlit is a small coastal town that sits just south of Haifa. You might never have heard of it, and you wouldn’t be alone. In fact, nobody would know about Atlit except for a teeny tiny discovery that exposed this quiet town to massive media attention and a massive influx of visitors. Wondering what it […]

Ein Avdat & the Zin Valley

September 20th 2017

The Zin Valley is a powerful and striking area that nature lovers gravitate towards at all times of the year. This desert valley spans 16 km, so plan to spend the day hiking through this delightful slice of the country, and look out for these highlights along the way. Lighter Trails The beautiful Zin Valley […]

Rosh Hashanah 2017: Fun Activities for the Festivities

September 17th 2017

Everyone loves the New Year. It’s a time to start again, make amends, clear the slate. And, of course, have some fun! If you’ll be visiting the Holy Land this year around Rosh Hashana time, here are a few fun activities for you and the family to enjoy. Happy New Year! Visiting the Shuk Machane […]

What’s There to do in Metulla?

September 14th 2017

Metulla is so beautiful, so serene, so picturesque; you’d never know that it lies on the border of a volatile nation housing a terrorist regime. Fortunately for tourists, Metulla is situated within the Israeli borders and is perfectly safe to visit. Modern day Metulla is actually a well-off neighborhood and the ideal location for planning […]

Doing the Golan Heights Right

September 12th 2017

The Golan Heights is a huge area in northern Israel, and if you don’t plan your trip carefully, you’re likely to make one of two mistakes about this region. You’ll either miss out on several amazing attractions because the area is too big to focus on, or you’ll skip it altogether, which would be a […]

Hanging Out in Rosh Pina

September 7th 2017

Rosh Pina is sometimes overlooked for the bigger cities surrounding it. After all, it’s hard to live in the shadow of Tzfat (literally!). But, what many visiting tourists don’t know, is that this small town is brimming over with exciting outlets all its own. Take a look at what you’re missing if you just skip […]

Cave Hopping Around Israel

September 2nd 2017

As fascinating, wondrous, and marvelous as Israel’s streets are, there is another element to this extraordinary country that some people never see. That’s because you have to look a little deeper to discover these wonderful gems hidden in plain view. Israel is host to a number of caves that are as exciting as an amusement […]

Israel’s Best Gymborees/Mischakiyas

August 31st 2017

If you’re traveling to Israel with some rowdy little ones, you’re likely looking for places to give them the opportunity to let off some steam and release energy without too much collateral damage. While hikes are a great option for older kids and teens, something more contained is required for less active kids. The solution? […]

Mount Amir’s Thrilling Desert Hike

August 29th 2017

Mount Amir is easily one of the most beautiful desert hikes you will take while visiting Israel. Situated a little north of the lovely Eilat, Mt. Amir has the sand-brushed desert as its backdrop. What’s even more amazing, is seeing the various rock formations that time, sand, and wind have crafted, the likes of which […]

4 Museums You Didn’t Know You Need to See in Israel

August 24th 2017

Sick of doing the same, tired old thing every time you go on vacation? Then, check out these unusual museums that are truly something different! Dialogue in the Dark One of the most inspiring exhibits you’ll ever experience is Dialogue in the Dark. An interactive exhibit within the Israel Children’s Museum, Dialogue in the Dark […]

What’s There to Do in Ramat Gan?

August 22nd 2017

While the name may not be instantly recognizable, Ramat Gan is a city near the bustling Tel Aviv, and one of the most popular places to visit while touring Israel. If you’re looking for some things to do in the area, here’s a list of the best attractions Ramat Gan has in store for you […]

Horvat Hanut: Discover an Archeological Wonder on Your Own!

August 15th 2017

Hidden within the vast Judean Hills is a lonely trail called Caesar’s Route. If you follow this route as it winds its way down to the Elah Valley, there are many interesting sites for you to behold including an exciting cave, a beautiful spring, and a shallow tunnel to explore. Something else that you won’t […]

Eilat’s Red Canyon, a Wonder to Behold

August 10th 2017

Eilat is well loved for its thrilling water sports, shopping, and fantastic beaches. What not everyone knows about this beautiful hot spot is that it’s also a fabulous destination for active tourists, as well. Tucked away just outside the busy, modern city of Eilat is a world of nature and beauty that simply blows the […]