Touring the National Parks and Reserves in Israel

The national parks offer an exciting cultural adventure and an opportunity to visit magnificent historical sites, including Massada (Metsada), Caesarea (Keysarya), Beit She’an, and others that a glimpse of a wide range of ancient civilizations. These sites enable visitors to understand how people lived hundreds and thousands of years ago, while getting a close view of the places where events related in the Scriptures and history books occurred. We at Shalom Israel created seven tours, which covers 26 National Parks and Reserves in Israel, from the north to the south of this small, but amazing country.

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A day tour to Masada and Ein Gedi

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.

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Shalom Israel, the only real Tour Creator/Operator in Israel

At Shalom Israel, we create Historical and cultural, Eco-tourism and Religious tours. We create them from scratch and are typical for its focus on Israel, the highest quality and they are all customizable. With our 31 different tours at the moment and 6 additional tours in the making, we offer the tourist in Israel an unique selection of high quality tours.

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Shivta National Park in Israel

The Shivta National Park is part of the National Parks and History tour of Shalom Israel. Shivta, located in the western Negev not far from the Egyptian border at Nitsana, differs from the other Nabatean cities in the Negev in that it is not located on a main commercial route. It was also unwalled, and thus may be regarded as a large farming village.
Roman ruins, dating to the period of Shivta’s founding in the first century BCE, can be seen in the southern part of the town. Most of the remains, however, date from the Byzantine period.

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