This is an article about a part of one of the many tours at Shalom Israel. It’s morning and everyone just finished the breakfast. The guides are preparing themselves and you for the things to come. Everyone has bottles with drink, hats, checkout the shoes and sandals and all the details, which are really needed for a day like this. Everyone gets their maps and books about Masada and Ein Gedi. And slowly everyone will exit the hotel and enter our waiting bus. The bus driver is in a good mood, because this trip is at least for him easy and he can stay inside the bus if he wants. We start driving and after 30 minutes the whole landscape start changing dramatically.
Amazing five places for your day tours in Israel. Visit these places with your family, because it’s fun and interesting, not to forget exciting.
I’ve been involved in the Group Tours now intensely for the last weeks and traveled the country multiple times. When I spoke with a couple of tourists from Canada in the central bus station in Tel Aviv, they were asking me for the best tourist attractions in Israel. There are so many attractions, they got lost. Here is my list and the images with them.
This is a walking tour through the old city of Jerusalem, Israel. Because we don’t create day tours in principle at the moment, here is something for you who are looking for something like this. This tour is supplied with maps and images and we hope you like it.
Peace Road is the name of a fascinating driving route that follows the length of the border between the State of Israel and the Kingdom of Jordan. The border between Israel and Jordan was first determined in the time of the British Mandate (1922). Later it was finalized during the peace negotiations between the two countries. See here the results.
Some tips in this article to help you find the perfect vacation for you. Or you buy the guide book, or join day tours, or an guided tour, or you chat with other tourists, there are ways to enjoy your vacation in Israel.
This is a good story of good people. A man, Ratisbonne, a French Jew and former atheist who converted to Catholicism and became a Jesuit, took it upon himself to build an orphanage for girls and an convent for Sisters and from that moment his work helped thousands of the years.
What makes Israel so interesting for any tourist? Because of it’s 10,000 year history, the many civilizations gone or merged, the many religions who claim the country as their own, it’s rough unspoiled nature of jungle, desert and snow, water paradise and hiking heaven, dynamic and ancient cities, it’s heavenly food and friendly people.
Twelve National Parks in Israel are described and mentioned here. These National Parks are all located in the north of Israel. Have fun, those are truly wonderful day trips you can make for the whole family (from children 4 years or older).
In this article we have a collection of national parks and Nature reserves of Israel. For those of you who are considering to go to a park, I would say let the pictures speak for themselves. There are national parks in the north and the south their own charm. Here we focus on the park and nature reserves in the middle and south of Israel. The next article we focus on the north of the country.