Plan Your Ideal Trip to any of our Curated Destinations in Israel & Palestine
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Breezy and historical. Acre is a city along the shores of the Mediterranean that is a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is 4,000 years old with plenty of history to explore. It can be compared to Old Jerusalem - but with a view of the sea!
Eilat is a place to relax. After traveling around Israel, taking in history, nature and culture, Eilat is the perfect destination in which to relax. Though it is usually quite crowded, this beach resort on the Red Sea can be a good break for some.
The Dead Sea. The lowest point on earth, at more than 430 meters (1,412 feet) below the sea level, the Dead Sea is not only fun to float in, it is also healthy, historic and surrounded by breathtaking beauty. Masada National Park nearby is also a must visit.
Haifa has a number of diverse neighborhoods and a mix of cultures, making it a very lively place to visitor. There's the beautiful port and the lively beach, a good place for surfers. The special Bahai Garden offers wonderful nature that is a must-visit, and a landscaped perfection.
Jerusalem can be described as a magical and enchanting city. It is the capital of Israel and by far one of the most famous and fascinating cities in the world, where there is such rich history that spans back thousands of years yet it seems to mix in with the modern day life today seamlessly.
Mitzpe Ramon offers a surreal experience and vision. Mitzpe, in Hebrew, means ‘lookout’. And Mitzpe Ramon does the name justice as it sits, majestically, on the edge of the northern side of Israel's 'grand canyon'. The views here are truly astounding and one-of-a-kind.
Nazareth is far from the meek Jewish village it once was in Roman-ruled Galilee. And so if expectations are to come across an unspoiled rustic place - you are in for a surprise. It is now Israel’s largest Arab city and a buzzing city.
Tel Aviv is Israel’s center for business, entertainment and the arts. It is also one of the world’s few cities that also manages to be a major Mediterranean beach resort, with a long stretch of beach, and a long promenade that is filled with beach chairs, umbrellas, lifeguard towers, cafes, pubs, bars and restaurants.