Israel Travel Blog

Your Complete Guide to the Christian Holy Sites of Israel

Your Complete Guide to the Christian Holy Sites of Israel

No matter what religious faith you may practice, the numerous  holy sites located throughout Israel should be on your list of destinations to visit. From Galilee, to Jericho, to the city of Jerusalem, Israel is home to many sacred places where Biblical events of historical and religious significance occurred. Plan an awe-inspiring and unforgettable pilgrimage to the Promised Land today.  Explore More


Canyoning in Israel

Canyoning in Israel

Feeling adventurous? Why not try canyoning? It’s an extreme sport where you climb down a steep cliff-face, an amazing combination of climbing, hiking, swimming and sometimes even abseiling. You can’t ask for a more adrenaline packed combination. As it uses all the required safety equipment, canyoning is suitable for all ages. You can chose to go with an organised group or by hiring a licensed guide.  Explore More


Cycling in Israel

Cycling in Israel

In Israel, the cycling is getting to be a very much liked manner of learning about the land and enjoying it, both for the visitors and the inhabitants. Independently of the experience grade you may have, cycling is available and gratifying in Israel, and a wonderful mean of getting to know the land. In Israel you can find number of great cycling tours.  Explore More


Hiking in Israel

Hiking in Israel

Hiking in Israel is an amazing experience for both the beginner and the expert. Israel contains some of the most intricate trails in the world, with over 9,000 km (5,500 miles) designated for hikers and adventurists. Find your way and experience the journey of a lifetime!  Explore More


Rav-Kav – Using the bus in Israel

Rav-Kav – Using the bus in Israel

As of January 2019, Israel made a change that has simplified things for its regular commuters and tourists, switching the old way of tickets being charged by the bus driver, to reloadable ticket usage. If you want to avoid any unpredictable steps in using public transportation during your trip to Israel, here is everything you need to know.  Explore More


Eating in Israel - Most delicious dishes you need to try

Eating in Israel - Most delicious dishes you need to try

Israeli cuisine is unique and delicious. While the country does not have a universally recognized national dish, spicy falafel, hummus, and pita are traditional foods. You must try them.  Explore More


About Israel

About Israel

Israel is a universal center of religious importance. This country along with its capital city of Jerusalem are regarded as the Holy Land by the Muslims, Jews and Christians. As a matter of fact, almost every single town in Israel has some Biblical connection and importance. While driving along, you will come across signs pointing to places that you can find in the Bible or historical books!  Explore More


Haifa Cable Cars

Haifa Cable Cars

Perched at the tip of Haifa along the Mediterranean, the Haifa Cable Cars are excellent means of transport and also serve as a tourist attraction. The cable cars climb upwards from the Bat Galim Promenade to Stella Maris at the pinnacle of the Carmel Ridge. At the summit, the Haifa Cable Cars deliver an uninterrupted view of Haifa bay.  Explore More


Sarona, Tel Aviv - The Guide

Sarona, Tel Aviv - The Guide

Situated right in the middle of Tel Aviv, Sarona is a complex dedicated to shopping. The establishment used to be a German Templar Colony. Today, it is an urban marvel in the city's central business district. Within it, there are amenities such as a visitor area that tells the story of the history of Sarona and documents the restoration process. There are also some stores and boutiques as well as dining and wining establishments. Even better, there are manicured gardens for your relaxation.  Explore More


Herzliya sites and attractions

Herzliya sites and attractions

Herzliya is known for its expensive real estate, renowned residents and well-preserved beaches. This is a cultural, historical region, and supposedly Herzliya has all the well-groomed beaches that locals visited all year round, who were well prepared and tasted the good life.  Explore More


Hiking Trails in the Golan Heights

Hiking Trails in the Golan Heights

The Golan Hiking Trail is a delightful long-distance hiking track. The track, covering a distance of about 125km is one of the top 3 longest hiking trails in Israel, far behind the Israeli National Trail that is 1,025 kilometers long. The Golan Trail is incredibly beautiful and one of the best hiking paths in Israel.  Explore More


Jerusalem Biblical Zoo

Jerusalem Biblical Zoo

The Jerusalem Zoo now renamed the "Tisch Family Zoological Gardens" sits on over 25 hectares of valley land in the Malha area of Jerusalem. The zoo is very popular amongst tourists and is Isreal's most visited tourist destination.  Explore More


Ramat Hanadiv Memorial Gardens

Ramat Hanadiv Memorial Gardens

Ramat Hanadiv is a nature reserve sitting on the southern foothills of Mount Carmel. The garden is sandwiched between the Zikhron Ya'akov on the southside and Binyamina-Giv'at Ada on the north end. The lush space was named in memory of Baron Rothschild, for his philanthropy and support towards the establishment of Israeli communities.  Explore More


Free Things to do in Jerusalem

Free Things to do in Jerusalem

There's no argument about Jerusalem being a great tourist destination. The "Holy City", not only bears spiritual significance for almost all major religious sects, but it also holds several historical monuments and archeological relics, and nature reserves. Here's a long list of free activities to explore while in the city.  Explore More


Hula Valley

Hula Valley

The Hula Valley and the adjoining Nature Reserve allows for a considerable range of activities from hiking, biking, and bird watching. For nature lovers, the beautiful scenery is soothing to the soul.  Explore More


Free Things to Do in Tel Aviv

Free Things to Do in Tel Aviv

Looking for free pastimes in Tel Aviv? Explore the sunny beaches, the lively markets, and the electrifying nightlife. Get some useful suggestions on how to pull off a rewarding vacation in Tel Aviv without blowing your budget.  Explore More


Introduction to Israeli cuisine

Introduction to Israeli cuisine

Previously, the only popular staple foods in Israel were only falafel and hummus. The Israeli food industry is growing from strength to strength and rising in popularity. Join us to food sampling across the Holy Land.  Explore More


Israel Shore Excursions from Haifa or Ashdod

Israel Shore Excursions from Haifa and Ashdod

It has become more common for tourists to embark on a voyage to Israel. The popular port destinations for these cruise boats are the Haifa and the Ashdod ports. Before your boat departs from the harbor, you'll wish you could experience of the Holy Land.  Explore More


Things To Do in Israel in the Summer

Things To Do in Israel in the Summer

Summertime is one of the best periods to visit Israel especially if you keen on exploring the local culture. We have compiled some brilliant ideas on how to make the best out of the summer while in Israel.  Explore More


Arts and Culture Centers in Jerusalem

Arts and Culture Centers in Jerusalem

Despite the changes that have turned Jerusalem into a cosmopolitan city, it is still quite traditional and many cultural events occur here. Travel around the city and get the experience, Jerusalem holds in stock for its visitors.  Explore More


Visit in Israel

Visit in Israel

For a country with so little landmass, Israel possesses so much diversity. Israel has built an international status as a choice tourist spot. Israel is a blend of antiquated and contemporary highlights in an interesting fashion. Book your tour to Israel today.  Explore More


Shopping Malls and Streets in Tel Aviv

Shopping Malls and Streets in Tel Aviv

Shopping in Tel-Aviv is an experience suited for everyone, whether you're a visitor, exploring the city and its markets, or a long-time resident. The experience is gratifying regardless of which market you visit. Check the list of shopping areas in Tel Aviv, that'll leave you with sweet memories.  Explore More


Top Things to See and Do in Southern Israel

Top Things to See and Do in Southern Israel

There are a lot of activities to engage in while in Southern Israel that will be worth the time, these include swimming in the famous beaches in Eilat and hiking the rugged hills of the historic fortress of Masada. Southern Israel covers about 50% of the country's territory and with the dispersed topography of its cities, they are a go-to destination for visitors and locals who desire to experience the nature and virgin terrains. Just book a trip already.  Explore More


How to Tour Israel and Jordan

How to Tour Israel and Jordan

Are you contemplating a vacation in Isreal and Jordan anytime soon or later? Just schedule the visit already. Our guide provides every tip you'll need to prepare for this trip and explore both countries.  Explore More


Touring Jerusalem on a Budget

Touring Jerusalem on a Budget

As in similar major cities around the world, shopping in Jerusalem is not economical. However, with proper research and a prior plan before travelling, exploring Jerusalem without blowing your budget is definitely feasible. Read on and you'll find more interesting ways to enjoy the highlights of Jerusalem within your budget limit.  Explore More


The Jerusalem Bird Observatory

The Jerusalem Bird Observatory

At the City center in Jerusalem, just beneath the Parliamentary House, also called the Knesset, there you'll find the Jerusalem Bird Observatory. The site was opened to the public for the first time, 20 years ago; and later in January 2010, a tourist center, the first of its kind in Isreal, also built on this landmark site was commissioned. This place is undoubtedly an amazing getaway from the hubble-bubble of Jerusalem.  Explore More


Places to Visit in the Western Galilee

Places to Visit in the Western Galilee

The Western Galilee is a region located in northwestern Israel. The small region comprises the Mediterranean Haifa, Coast north and stretches remotely to the Upper Galilee. The main feature of Western Galilee's attraction is tranquility. Join Our Tours to Western Galilee region.  Explore More


Jerusalem Private Tours

Jerusalem Private Tours

Our private tours of Jerusalem are perfect for travelers who are looking for the opportunity to immerse themselves in the knowledge and history of the Holy Land. You will have your own knowledgeable private guide, who will customize your tour based on your individual or group preferences!  Explore More


Best Private Tours in Israel

Best Private Tours in Israel

Are you looking to plan a trip of a lifetime to Israel? Then look no further! Don’t just choose any ordinary Israeli tour guide, choose a private tour from us, Click Tours, and experience the city in a way nobody else can. Let’s begin planning your private tour in Israel!  Explore More


Mount of Beatitudes

Kidron Valley, Jerusalem

Stretching from North to South, the Kidron Valley in Jerusalem divides the western part of Mount of Olives from the eastern part of the Old City. Following the lines of the Eastern wall of the Old City, tourists get to enjoy the miraculous scenery of the valley enriched with churches on the Mount of the Olives.  Explore More


Mount of Beatitudes

Wadi Musa, Jordan

Wadi Musa (Valey of Moses), located in Southern Jordan, is the town closest to the Petra Archeological Park. Visitors will have an easy time exploring Petra because of its vicinity to Wadi Musa, and the town itself boasts various restaurants, numerous hotels, and tourist attractions.  Explore More


Mount of Beatitudes

Mount of Beatitudes

Overlooking the fields of Gennesaret located between the town of Tabgha and Capernaum stands still the mountain called Mount of Beatitudes. Also known as Mount Eremos, this small mountain sits near the Sea of Galilee in northern Israel. This mountain is known as a place where Christ told the Sermon on the Mount.  Explore More


The Banias Nature Reserve

The Banias Nature Reserve

Where the Hula Valley meets the Golan at the foot of Mountain Hermon, in the eastern Upper Golan is The Banias Nature Reserve situated. This magnificent location is the home of many natural wonders like waterfalls, woodlands, lavish vegetation, ancient ruins, and glorious rivers.  Explore More


Qasr al-Yahud

The Sea of Galilee (Kinneret)

It was called Kinneret in the Old Testament, and now it’s called the Sea of Galilee, a freshwater lake in the Galilee region of the north of Israel. The lake is settled in a beautiful gorge encircled by mountains, forests, and fields.  Explore More


Qasr al-Yahud

Qasr al-Yahud

The baptismal location of Qasr el-Yehud (Castle of the Jews) is located on the Jordan River. It is understood that Qasr el-Yehud is the Biblical site where Jesus was baptized by John which signified his spiritual birth. This area is also where the Israelites were led by Joshua to help them cross the River Jordan into the Promised Land.  Explore More


King David’s Tomb, Jerusalem

King David’s Tomb, Jerusalem

Located on Mount Zion, just outside Jerusalem’s walls of the Old City, lies the tomb of King David. A prominent figure in the Old Testament, King David is known for many things: his rule of the Israelites, his fight with Goliath, his son King Solomon, and his many psalms included in the Bible.  Explore More


Church of St. Catherine, Bethlehem

Church of St. Catherine, Bethlehem

Established in Bethlehem, St. Catherine’s church rests within the Basilica of the Nativity and is part of the Franciscan Monastery. As the Parish church of Bethlehem, it serves as an important landmark and tourist attraction for the historical location. The church received its name from the biblical story in which Jesus made himself known to and predicted the martyrdom of St. Catherine of Alexandria.  Explore More


Journey to the Dead Sea

5 Days Tour Itinerary to Israel

Read our itinerary to ensure you have the ultimate vacation in Israel. Explore the most spectacular destinations of Israel and Join our best day trips from hotels in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Herzliya and Netanya.  Explore More


4 Top Historical Sites in Jerusalem to Visit

4 Top Historical Sites in Jerusalem to Visit

Jerusalem is an incredible city. Full of such beautiful culture, history, architecture, and more, it's one of the most popular destinations worldwide and a must for everyone wanting to visit the best the world has to offer.  Explore More


Journey to the Dead Sea

Journey to the Dead Sea

The sacred land of Israel is home to many significant events and places in history. One unique place renowned for its peculiar nature is the Dead Sea. For you to have the best experience, we have put together a guide for your visit.  Explore More


Best Places to Visit in Jordan

Best Places to Visit in Jordan

A trip to Jordan is a great start and a dream come true if you wish to explore the essence of the Middle East. This travel destination houses wonderful archaeological sites, one being the world’s wonder, is a secure and friendly place for tourists from around the globe. Jordan offers a rich culture and is known for its hospitability. Explore the top sites to visit in Jordan.  Explore More


A Complete Travel Guide through the Old City of Jerusalem

A Complete Travel Guide through the Old City of Jerusalem

If you're planning on a trip to Israel, the Old City of Jerusalem is a destination that tops all other places in the country. The old city is surrounded by 450 years old walls, around 1km square, gathers thousands of tourists per year. Being one of the top compelling tourist attractions, it holds famous buildings, churches, scrumptious Israeli food, confined passageways within the old city, and markets to shop from. It is a mesmerizing place of serenity, spirituality, and of great significance for the followers of Islam, Christianity, and Judaism.  Explore More


Exploring Galilee - A blend of Religious sites

Exploring Galilee - A blend of Religious sites

The Galilee region in Israel are known to be the holy place of the Christian faith. According to the Bible, Jesus spent his entire life there preaching the words and teachings of God. The stunning views of Galilee make these Religious sites more beautiful where thousands of Christian pilgrims visit these sites each year in Israel and praise their Lord.  Explore More


Timna Park

Timna Park

Timna Park is a attraction that is located 25 km north from the city of Eilat in Israel. Located in the Negev Desert, the park has a beautiful desert setting and has historic and geologic importance. Discover the amazing landscape, mines and the wildlife, plants and trees.  Explore More


How to Spend 5 Days in Israel

How to Spend 5 Days in Israel

A lot of people choose Israel as their vacationing spot. Even if you have less than 5 days to spend in the country, you can visit a myriad of sites especially if you choose one day Israel tours.  Explore More


Israel Christian Day Tours to Jerusalem

Israel Christian Day Tours to Jerusalem

For all Christians visiting Israel, a trip to Jerusalem should be a part of their itinerary. Many Israel Christian tour guides plan the Jerusalem trip by giving an overview of the exquisite city and including all major Christian landmarks.  Explore More


Best Israeli Street Foods You Have To Try

Best Israeli Street Foods You Have To Try

Israel is enriched with a diverse variety of cultures, that giving us many interesting dishes to relis. Here are 5 of the best Israeli Street Foods that you must try!  Explore More


Top places to visit in the Dead Sea Region

Top places to visit in the Dead Sea Region

The waters where you can float forever, the Dead Sea is one of the greatest wonders of our world and serves as the best places to visit if you are need relaxing time. the Dead Sea region houses amazing views full of hiking opportunities for those who to adventure to the heart.  Explore More


Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in Eilat

Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in Eilat

Eilat is Red Sea resort, that resides on its tiny coastline of the Red Sea between Jordan and Egypt. Discover the Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in Eilat.  Explore More


Magdala - Historical Site

Magdala - Historical Site

When the Mexican-based Catholic congregation, the Legionnaires of Christ, began building a spiritual retreat in 2009, they were surprised to discover a synagogue of Jesus from the first century CE, which was mentioned in a local coin in Jesus' time, did in 29 CE. Excavation work continues every summer that has now become an open museum. The ancient town of Magdala (Magdalen in Hebrew), the home of Mary Magdalene, is located by 6 km north of Tiberias.  Explore More


Exploring Megiddo

Exploring Megiddo

Although there are a lot of archaeological locations in Israel, Megiddo is the Most Interesting and famous among them. There are 26 levels of settlement of this site according to the archaeologists. Discover Great Water Tunnel, Gates and Surroundings, Museum and Visitors Center and more.  Explore More


Ramat Gan Safari Park, Tel Aviv

Ramat Gan Safari Park, Tel Aviv

The Ramat Gan Safari Park is not only a zoo for the entertainment of the visitors but it also serves as a home for many animal species of the Middle East.  Explore More


Shavuot in Israel

Shavuot celebrated in Israel is known as a period of great enjoyment which brings a lot of joy and happiness with it. The Shavuot festivities include many fun activities like music festivals, events for families and kids, stalls, exhibitions and many more. Shavuot 2020 will begin in the evening of 28 May and will end in the evening of 30 May.  Explore More


Manger Square, Bethlehem

In the west bank, about 10km south of Jerusalem a Palestinian City named Bethlehem has one of the top attractions called Manger Square. Manger Square, the heart of Bethlehem ‘s Old City is nexus for all tourist activity and the starting point of the most Bethlehem tours.  Explore More


Bahai Gardens, Haifa

Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Bahai Gardens are religious holy places for those belonging to the Bahai faith. They are people scattered across Bahai houses of worship and in many sacred spots in Israel. The most popular of these, the hanging gardens of Haifa, exist at the very heart of the beautiful city, which is surrounded by the slopes of Mount Carmel.  Explore More


City of David, Jerusalem

Jerusalem as a whole is often referred to as the City of David. Still, the real truth is that this title goes to the original Jerusalem settlement that’s now beneath the modern town of Jerusalem. That is cross the road from the walls of the Temple Mount and the Old City.  Explore More


Jaffa Port, Tel Aviv

Jaffa Port can be found right at Tel Aviv’s southern end beachfront, and it’s known for being one of the oldest ports in existence. The Jaffa Port has served the Holy Land for over 3,000 years as a  fishing port and welcomed travelers, immigrants, conquerors, and merchants from all over the world, so it’s a very interesting spot.  Explore More


Tel Jericho - Ancient Archaeological Mound

Located in the West Bank, the Mound of Jericho or Tel Jericho or Tel es-Sultan, er-Riha or is an archeological site around 2 km north of modern-day Jericho and 10 km north of the Dead Sea.  Explore More


Explore 5 Remarkable Desert Hikes in Israel

Israel has very diverse climate with the snowy mountains in the north and desert landscapes in the south. Israel is a hiker’s paradise, there are many incredible hike trails with different difficulty levels and lengths, suitable for all abilities.  Explore More


Wadi Rum

Wadi Rum, alternatively known as the “Valley of the Moon”, is a desert wilderness in southern Jordan, just about 60 km to the east of Aqaba, the port city of Jordan by the red sea. The plain spans approximately 778km2  area, and is well renowned for its spectacular sandstone and granite rock scenery. This is the popular desert landscape setting with spectacular canyons, dunes of sweeping sand, bright night skies and remote, scattered Bedouin villages used in movies and story books.  Explore More


The Exceptional History – What to Expect While Your Visit to Rosh HaNikra?

Rosh Hanikra is one of the most magical places in the extreme northeastern corner of the country, it is the border along the Mediterranean coast between Lebanon and Israel. If you are a nature lover – take a break from the usual city life and head north to explore some remarkable nature.  Explore More


The Old City of Acre and Visiting its Main Points of Interest

Many people are unfamiliar with the hidden gem in the land of Israel. Tourists now visit this city after massive restoration and see the Crusader Halls, chambers, passages and tunnels. As opposed to what is apparent to the eye, the extravagant renovated structure of the Crusader City is only 4% of its recovery, as found in the maps of the Vatican library, despite it being the UNESCO World Heritage site.  Explore More


The 6 Most Incredible Things to Do in Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv, the most magical and awe-inspiring city of Israel - in more ways than one. It is located on the Israeli Mediterranean coastline, after Jerusalem, it is the second most populated city of Israel. If you ever get a chance to visit Tel Aviv, explore everything it has to offer.  Explore More


Museums you’ll want to Visit in Israel

Bursting with innovation and creativity – Israel is the hub of museums. This tiny country has more than 200 museums. We made a list of Israel’s 5 absolutely awesome museums you would like to visit.  Explore More


Visiting Petra

Petra is one of the most attractive tourist places in Jordan, it is considered one of the Nine Wonders of the World. It is geographically located in the southwest of the country. Many visitors come to Petra to learn about the ancient and incredible history of the city.  Explore More


Explore Tel Aviv - Things to see and do

Explore Tel Aviv - Things to see and do

Israel is a tourist destination with unique places, full of magic and history that attract the attention of many tourists, the city of Tel Aviv is one of them. Tel Aviv has everything for a perfect 24-hour getaway.   Explore More


Get to know Masada, an architectural marvel

Get to know Masada, an architectural marvel

Masada is a place of great importance in history, its geographical location is incredible, close to the Dead Sea. From ancient times to the present day, Masada is a touristic and archeological place of great importance, not only in Israel but in the world. Many people visit it to contemplate it and learn about the history of this wonderful place.   Explore More


Yardenit Baptism Site - The Jordan River

The Israel Museum Jerusalem

Jerusalem, one of the oldest and holiest cities in the country, has its fair share of art galleries and museums that will delight absolutely any traveller. But one place that stands out amongst the rest for its sheer of wealth of artistic delights, is The Israel Museum.   Explore More


Yardenit Baptism Site - The Jordan River

Yardenit Baptism Site - The Jordan River

The Bible talks of the Jordan River where it is mentioned many different times in various stories. An example of this is where Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist within the Jordan River’s waters and the people of Israel had to cross the Jordan River to reach the Promised Land.   Explore More


Church of Annunciation, Nazareth

Church of Annunciation, Nazareth

The Annunciation Church stands on the land that is believed to be the Virgin Mary’s childhood home in Nazareth. As stated in the bible, it is here that the Angel Gabriel descended from Heaven to inform her of her pregnancy with the Son of God, Jesus Christ.   Explore More


The Via Dolorosa, Jerusalem Old City

The Via Dolorosa, Jerusalem

As the bible tells us, Jesus walked from Jerusalem to the place to which he was crucified. Before he was crucified, Jesus travelled near to the Lion Gate within the Old City, where Pontius Pilate judged and condemned him. The Via Dolorosa is the final journey that Jesus took to his place of crucifixion.   Explore More


Church of the Nativity, Bethlehem

Church of the Nativity, Bethlehem

The Church of the Nativity is beheld as one of, if not the most important landmark in the Christian religion. One of the most prominent stories told by Christians is the one of Jesus’ birth, where he was born in a manger. The Church of the Nativity was built to commemorate this site, where the baby Jesus was born. The Church of the Nativity is situated within the town of Bethlehem, approximately 10km to the south of Jerusalem.   Explore More


Western Wall, Jerusalem

Western Wall, Jerusalem

In Jerusalem, the Western Wall sits within the Old City. A temple was built at the top of the hill, known now as the Temple Mount or Mount Moriah, which was first guarded by the wall itself.  As part of the Jewish Second Temple’s expansion, the wall was erected between 516BC and 70AD. As many centuries pass, the wall has stood the test of time and only a small part of it stands today, known by the names of the Western Wall, the Wailing Wall or traditionally ‘The Kotel’.  Explore More


Caesarea Tours

Caesarea Tours

From ancient harbor ruins to picturesque beaches, explore the glorious site of Caesarea. The Roman, Byzantine, and Crusader ruins in Caesarea are intriguing for every history buff. Located by the picturesque Mediterranean Coast in Israel, Caesarea is a blend of historical ruins and modern-day architecture. Explore More


The Best Markets to Visit in Israel

The Best Markets to Visit in Israel

Here is a list of the best five must-visit markets in Israel. These Shuks are unique and picturesque. From souvenirs to antiques, grab a good shopping deal.  Explore More


Your travel guide to exploring Nazareth

Your travel guide to exploring Nazareth

Nazareth is a beautiful city located on the Northern side of Israel. There are plenty of things to see and do in Nazareth. This travel guide will help you plan your travel better.  Explore More


Top things to see and do in Masada and the Dead Sea

Things to see and do in Masada and the Dead Sea

Go on one of the best day trip from Jerusalem. Masada and the Dead sea are an absolute travellers delight that should not be missed. Our amazing tours, will take you to two of Israel's most impressive highlights.  Explore More


Top 10 Must See and Do in Israel

Top 10 Must See and Do in Israel

Israel might be a small country in size, but it is certainly packed with many places and things to see. In this article, we provide a list of 10 ‘must-see and do’ in Israel. Explore More


5 Amazing Wonders of the Dead Sea

5 Amazing Wonders of the Dead Sea

The Dead Sea, or the Salt Sea, is a hypersaline lake situated between Jordan, Israel and the West Bank. Though its name may sound threatening, the Dead Sea has been a popular, sought out destination for thousands of years for its healing properties and abundant natural resources. Today, it remains one of the natural wonders of the world. Explore More


Israel Jewish Tours to Jerusalem

Israel Jewish Tours to Jerusalem

Over the years, Jerusalem has become the most visited cities in Israel. And rightly so! The history of this city dates back to over 3000 years from the time of King David. Take your Jewish pilgrimage tour of Jerusalem and visit these landmarks. Take time to explore, learn more about the culture and history. Being one of the most prominent spiritual centers for Jews, Jerusalem has to be on your list of places to visit if you are looking for the best pilgrimage tours. Known as the ancient capital of Jewish people, Jerusalem is the holiest city of it all. Explore More


Five Best Christian Tours of Jerusalem

Five Best Christian Tours of Jerusalem

Israel is home to many religious and historical sites relevant to Christianity. Israel is the land where Jesus Christ was believed to have spent his life. Jerusalem is known as the spiritual capital to three monotheistic religions. To relive the history and explore the places marked in history is definitely a once in a lifetime experience. Here's the most unique set of Christian tours of Jerusalem. From scenic places to holy landmarks, experience the best of Jerusalem tours. Explore More


Top 10 Places to visit in Jerusalem

Top 10 Places to visit in Jerusalem

Rich history, sacred sites, prominent landmarks, scenic locations, the city of Jerusalem is all this and more. While pilgrimage tours are the essence of the city, there are many touristic things to do in Jerusalem too. From the diverse culture to authentic local cuisine, you'll never run short of experiences here. Well, no one said to discover a thousand years of history is going to be an easy journey. But to help you plan your travel and tours in Jerusalem better, we have compiled a list of must-see places. Explore More


Top 7 Things to See in Nazareth

Top 7 Things to See in Nazareth

Nazareth is a major tourist attraction especially among those of the Christian faith who believe it to be the site of the Annunciation - when the Archangel Gabriel announced the birth of Jesus to the Virgin Mary. It's also the place where Jesus is believed to have spent his adolescence. Explore More


5 Must-See Christian Holy Sites Around the Sea of Galilee

5 Must-See Christian Holy Sites Around the Sea of Galilee

Though many Christians on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land make Jerusalem the focus of their visit, some of the most significant Christian holy sites are not in Jerusalem. They can actually be found north, around the Sea of Galilee which borders the city of Tiberas. Explore More