Haifa is Israel’s third-largest city, Israel’s chief port. built on the slopes of biblical Mount Carmel, it is a 100-year-old city rich in History, and a true multi-cultural city.
Israel is a place where history and modernity come together. While small in size, Israel has a unique blend of endless experiences to offer. Where else can you go in a single day – explore the lush forests of the north, dabble in the shores of the blue Mediterranean Sea in the shadow of a bustling, modern metropolises, pass by the streets traveled on for millennia, and finish the day in a dessert oasis.
Must See Places
Tel Aviv, a bustling a highly modern metropolis, boasts beaches with fine golden sand, a hip atmosphere and ample opportunities for fun infused with authentic Middle Eastern flavor.
Discover the stunning azure hues of the Mediterranean, the White City ( a UNESCO world Heritage Site), its markets, restaurants, special flavors and scintillating night life.
Haifa’s iconic symbol is the golden-domed Baha’i Shrine of the Bab, the international headquarters of the Baha’i Faith,. The Shrine of the Bab was further beautified with the “hanging gardens” (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) magnificent terraced gardens that lead from the shrine to the bottom of Mount Carmel.
The Galilee region in the northern part, is one of the most unique regions of Israel. From the shores of the sea of Galilee and Jordan River, that offer both relaxation and adrenalin fueled action. The many mountain peeks offer amazing hiking possibilities in the footsteps of historical figures. The Galilee is also the agricultural capital of Israel, with dozens of farms, vineyards, you can visit and in some cases stay at.
The Dead Sea, officially the lowest place on earth (428m Below Sea Level), is a unique Combination Of Natural Splendor, Compelling Ancient History And Modern Luxuries.
From the healing powers of the Dead Sea’s cobalt blue waters, through the awesome beauty of the surrounding landscape the Dead Sea is a place of tranquility, health and inspiration for both body and soul
Masada, the Judean Desert clifftop fortification, overlooking the Dead Sea , where you can experience a part of history, as if it were still in the making. Enter what was once a series of luxurious castles forming the final stronghold during war against the Roman Empire following the destruction of the Second Temple.
Located on the shores of the Red Sea, Eilat has something to offer everyone. From the coral reefs below, to the majestic Arava Dessert surrounding the city. Whether you want to relax in one of the many resort hotels, take a swim in the sea, or take advantage of the Tax-Free shopping available Eilat will not disappoint. For those wishing to travel further, both the Jordanian and Egyptian border are a short drive away.
An ancient city blending history, archeology, modern culture and Middle Eastern charm, Nazareth the largest Arab city in Israel, is important site for pilgrims and tourists, coming to visit the place where Jesus spent his childhood and youth, among many historic sites the city has to offer.
Regarded as the Birthplace of Jesus Christ, Bethlehem is one of the most visited sites by tourists. Aside from the Church of Nativity, there are many ancient buildings to visit and enjoy in this unique destination, that are important to all three of the monotheistic religions.
Since Bethlehem is located in the Palestinian controlled areas of the West Bank, those wishing to visit it must travel by specialized tours or transportation leaving from Jerusalem.