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Whether it's a beach holiday on the Mediterranean or Red Sea, a city break in Tel Aviv or Jerusalem, a classic discovery tour or a trip to Petra, one of the new seven wonders of the world, you'll find everything Israel has to offer in our portfolio. Our holidays are tailor made to suit you, whether your choice of lodging is one of Israel’s 5 star hotels, less formal 3 star accommodation, a spa resort or kibbutz guesthouse.
This is a holiday with a difference that gives you time to explore while staying at hotels and guesthouses developed by the collective settlements which were so crucial to the establishment of Israel.
The capital of the Negev, the Old City, the university, the Turkish railway station, and the Bedouin market represent only a part of the colourful mosaic offered by the city of Be’er Sheba, a city full of life and proud of itself, as you will be told by any of its 185,000 inhabitants.
The ancient city of Caesarea is today one of Israel’s most popular tourist attractions. Caesarea was built as part of Herod the Great’s ambitious plan to “Hellenise” the Holy Land in the 1st century BCE. He chose the site of a small Phoenician port called Stratton’s Tower and laid out a classical Greek city, complete with amphitheatre and stadium. Herod also constructed an artificial harbour by making use of concrete piling under water – the first ever such use of concrete.
How far does one have to descend to reach the Dead Sea? Described as the lowest place in the world it is about 400 meters below sea level.
How deep is this salty lake? The northern section is around 400 meters deep.
Fascinating? Absolutely! Every detail about the Dead Sea is fascinating.
Israel’s third largest city and one of its prettiest, Haifa has a lot to offer visitors. It has the country’s largest port, a particularly active beach and is the home of the World Centre of the Bahai Faith. Surrounded by abundant nature sites, the city contains an interesting mix of modern neighbourhoods and older districts; churches and mosques; mountain and sea.
Jerusalem, Israel’s capital is a city of overwhelming emotions, a city that promises a religious and spiritual experience, excitement and pleasure, interesting tours and entertaining adventures. Here, alongside Jerusalem’s fascinating historic and archaeological sites, there are amazingly modern tourist attractions for all lovers of culture, the arts, theatre and music, architecture and gastronomic delights.
Netanya is a lively seacoast town situated on the Sharon coastal plain north of Tel Aviv and a centre for tourism that attracts thousands of visitors each year. The lovely beaches that extend along its entire length, its numerous vacation facilities, and hotels have made it a popular tourist resort. Exploring Netanya, one can hear a variety of languages spoken in the streets by tourists from all over the world.
People don’t typically think of Israel as a place to go swim with dolphins. That’s precisely what makes it a top place to check out since your experience will certainly be a one-of-a-kind adventure. There is a site where you can swim with dolphins on the shore of the Red Sea in their own natural habitat. Plus you can enjoy the religious Mecca of this region when you’re not enjoying the dolphins.
Tel Aviv – the first Hebrew city built in 1909, is a very young at heart city that never sleeps. Tel Aviv is jazzy, vibrant and cosmopolitan, located by the warm blue seas of the Mediterranean. Enjoy the wonderful white sandy beaches that are full of fun, food, sports and tranquillity where you can soak up the sun.