Tel Aviv is one of the most vibrant cities in the world. Titled the ‘Mediterranean Capital of Cool’ by the New York Times, this is a 24 hour city with a unique pulse, combining sandy Mediterranean beaches with a world-class nightlife, a buzzing cultural scene, incredible food, UNESCO recognized architecture, and an international outlook.
Jerusalem is totally unique – there is no other place like it. A city of tradition, religion, and history, but also, increasingly, of modern culture and heritage, it is a city with so much to offer that you could spend years here and still not see everything.
The North of Israel is a land of immense natural beauty, historic and religious significance, and demographic diversity. From the Northern Coastline with its historical treasures and beauties, to Haifa, Israel’s third city likened by some to San Francisco. And from the rolling hills of the Galilee and Golan, dotted with outdoor pursuits and historic value, to the beauty of the Sea of Galilee, the lowest freshwater lake on earth. The North of Israel is a land of treasures.
The South of Israel covers well over 50% of the country’s land area. It might be sparsely populated, but it is brimming with fascinating sites and activities. The Negev Desert is an adventurer’s playground with amazing natural wonders and beauty, outdoor activities, and history, culture, and memories. At the southern tip, overlooking the Red sea, lies the resort city of Eilat. This seaside paradise is a tourism hub and a great base for excursions to the Negev or activities like snorkling and swimming with dolphins.
Masada is a desert fortress overlooking the The Dead Sea, which is the lowest place on Earth at -424 meters. Its dense, saline water makes it easy to float and is known for its healing properties. The mineral-rich mud is bottled and sold all over the world, but nothing beats the experience of getting covered in it at the source!