You wouldn’t expect to find so much diversity in such a small country, but Israel delivers many surprises. A country full of contradictions, even if you have only a week to travel, you will be able to explore the desert landscapes, the country’s most important ancient and religious sites, and Tel Aviv, the culinary and cultural hub of Israel. There is an array of unique activities to keep you busy in Israel.
Tours in Israel
Masada Sunrise Hike, Ein Gedi, & Dead Sea TourIsrael | 12 hours tour From $69 Per Person
Haifa, Akko, Caesarea, and Rosh Hanikra Grotto TourIsrael | 12 hours From $110 Per Person
Jerusalem Private Food Tour & Cooking WorkshopIsrael | 6 hours From $199 Per Person
Jerusalem, Dead Sea, and Bethlehem TourIsrael | 13 hours From $89 Per Person
Cities & Regions of Israel
From the Red Sea to the Negev, and from the Mediterranean to the Galilee, there are so many fascinating areas of Israel to explore. Whether you're a city slicker or are looking to escape into nature, Israel has something for you.
Tel Aviv may be small, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in personality. At the same time relaxing and overwhelming, Tel Aviv is a treat to the senses. Whether you're a beach bum, night owl, foodie, artist, or fitness junkie, you will feel yourself drawn to Tel Aviv - and be careful, because you may find that you never want to leave.Explore Tel Aviv
Jerusalem is full of conflict, but also full spirituality and soul. Pilgrims come to this city from around the world to see some some of the holiest sites in Islam, Judaism, and Christianity, but even if you have no connection to religion, Jerusalem's history and spirit will enthrall you.Explore Jerusalem
Dead Sea and Masada
Teeming with unique wildlife and filled with natural wonders, like the Dead Sea, as well as historical wonders, like the ancient fortress of Masada. an escape to this region is a magical experience, and a visit here will leave you feeling changed.Explore Dead Sea and Masada
Northern Israel has much more to offer than most visitors realize. The Northern Coastline offers architectural, historical, and natural gems from Caesarea and Akko, to Haifa and Rosh Hanikra. Further inland, discover important biblical sites like Nazareth and Caperneum, and lush green hills surrounding the Sea of Galilee.Explore Northern Israel
Israel's Red Sea city of Eilat truly has it all. Glistening beaches, desert views, duty free shopping, and luxurious hotels, there is something here for everyone. A visit to Eilat may find you swimming with the fish in incredible coral reefs, or even crossing the nearby border to Jordan or Egypt.Explore Eilat