is a unique adventure and sports destination where travelers can rappel in
one of the world's oldest natural craters, Mitspe Ramon, go horseback
riding through the lush Golan Heights; play a round of golf at the Peter
Dye-designed course in Caesarea; hike the route of Jesus along the Galilee's
40-mile Gospel Trail; snorkel and go scuba diving in the Red Sea and
surf and swim in the Mediterranean.
And for bicycle
enthusiasts, the Israel Trail offers countrywide biking routes, from the Golan
Heights in the north through the Negev Desert to the seaside city of Eilat.
Seeing Israel from the saddle can take you on a trail through Mount Hermon’s alpine summer meadow.
Jordan River is not only the most famous river in the Bible, but is also
a prime kayaking and canoeing destinat
It is the outstanding contrast of colors in the early evening that makes Eilat so perfect for a relaxing vacation
The Israel Trail links together for adventurous hikers
the extraordinary variety of Israel’s landscapes, its human mo
At the very northern tip of Israel, its mild Mediterranean, desert and sub-tropical climates give way to Mount Hermon,
Situated at the southern most tip of Israel on the Gulf of Aqaba of the Red Sea, Eilat nestles between jagged red mount
At least 500 million birds pass through Israel's skies twice a year during the migration season.
has become one of the most popular sports in Israel in recent years.
Israelis and tourists from all over
and physical activities are a part of the increasing variety of leisure
activities and pastimes that are bec