What to do in Israel – The Quick reference guide for the absolute “MUST sees” on your next visit.
Yes, there are literally hundreds of choices, if not more. I have lived in Israel for several years and have not done or seen it all. Not even close!
But reality check here; we only have a limited amount of time to spend so here is my “Short List”. Many of these places are not mainstream and you may not find them on the standard group tour itineraries. That’s the idea and why they are my true “Israel travel secrets” – I am only too happy to share them with you!
I have visited each and every one of these places with my family and these are my own pictures and personal stories. One strong recommendation…
Hire a personal tour guide for the family for the same price or less to take a group tour with 30-40 strangers. See my recommended Tour Guides for any one of my suggestions below for “What to do in Israel”.
What to do in Israel – My Top Picks
Tour the heart of Jerusalem the city of kings and prophets where the books of the Bible originated.read more
Zichron Yaakov, the infamous Carmel Winery, and Ramat Hanadiv’s botanical gardens all in a day.read more
The Namal Tel Aviv all the way down to the Yafo port and back in a day on bike.read more
A UNESCO World Heritage site – amazing historical and archaeological sites in the world.read more
Mitzpe Ramon sits on the rim of Makhtesh Ramon (ramon crater), the largest erosion crater on earth.read more
Swimming with Dolphins? You can actually Swim with Dolphins in their own natural habitat at the Dolphin Reef Eilat. For my top tips and recommendations.read more
The Golan Heights Israel attracts over 3 million tourists a year because of its rich history and natural beauty.read more
As a UNESCO World Heritage site the Bahai Gardens are one of the prime attractions in the Middle East.read more
Your guide to the historical and spiritual Jerusalem travel experience, alongside a modern city of culture, arts, music, theater and culinary delights.read more
Israeli Beaches with a combination of white sand, rocky coastline, and crystal clear blue water make them some of the best I have ever seen.read more
Yad Vashem Israel is the largest Holocaust Museum in the world and one the most visited sites in all of Israel. A must see and I guarantee you will be left speechless.read more
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Beautiful landscapes and amazing history combined into one spectacular day tour.