Narrowing down the top most attractions of the Holy Land is quite a herculean task.The gorgeous beaches, spectacular natural beauty and fascinating history, makes Israel one of the most breathtaking countries to visit. However, here we have prepared a guide for you as to what to see and expect from this lovely destination.
Visit the lowest point on earth
There is no better place to relax and chill out by simply floating on your back in the Dead Sea. Cover your body with the mineral rich water and read your newspaper in this extremely salty body of water
Tour the Old City of Jerusalem
Home to the Wailing Wall, the Dome of the Rock and other key religious sites, a visit to the Old City of Jerusalem is a must on any itinerary. Do not forget to wander down the Old Bazaar and see the spot where Jesus was crucified.
Enjoy the outdoors at Eilat
If you are into scuba diving or snorkeling among the amazing coral reefs, then Eilat is the place to head for. Located a short drive away from Sinai, there is plenty of action even for the less adventurous ones with pristine beaches and a visit to the highly recommended Underwater Observatory.
To commute around town, there are several easy ways to book a taxi. Booking transfers in Israel, is very simple. You just have to choose the route and the type of the vehicle you need on the Kiwitaxi website
Stand at the edge of the world’s largest crater
The 40 km long and 10 km wide, the heart shaped Ramon Crater is unarguably the largest in the world. Standing at the edge of this massive geological feature gives an extremely humble feeling, as you look down the 500 m deep marvel created by Mother Nature.
Watch the sunset from the Tel Aviv beach
Grab your favourite drink and find an ideal spot on the beautiful beach in Tel Aviv, simply to watch the sun set over the horizon. As the waves from the Mediterranean sea caress your toes, head to the any number of beach shacks to relish some local delicacies.
Explore the Masada Fort
Overlooking the Dead Sea, the impressive mountain fort of Masada on a rocky plateau, depicts the ultimate story of sacrifice of the Jewish heroes in their war with the Roman invaders. Wind your way to the peak by cable or a hike up the Snake Path in order to catch the most captivating glimpse of watching the sun rise over the Dead Sea.
Visit the magical Baha’i Gardens of Haifa
Though a bit off the main tourist radar, these magical gardens are the showpiece of Haifa. Built to commemorate the Baha’i faith, this green oasis is said to be the most beautiful in the whole world, and is visited by thousands of pilgrims every year.
Experience the vibrant nightlife of Tel Aviv
The nightlife in this city which never sleeps is quite legendary. Scores of clubs, bars, dance centers, concert halls and theatres will offer anything you may require to spend a good evening, providing of course if you have the energy left to do everything. Apart from this, the numbers of beachside cafes and bars too, come into their own during the summer season.