Israel is tiny in size, but massive in what it offers its visitors. This fascinating country has truly been blessed with so many positive attributes: Glorious weather, diverse landscapes, great culinary traditions and millennia of history & archaeology to explore. Its holiday perfection all wrapped up in one little package!
Israel is a destination for the ages, from the ancient and majestic sights of Jerusalem and Masada, to high-tech Tel Aviv with its electric atmosphere, chic nightlife and chilled out beach scene; Israel is a true melting pot of people, cultures, traditions and religions.
Israel is situated on the eastern shore of the Mediterranean in the small area where Asia meets Africa. This location means it’s blessed with amazing weather – long hot summers and mild, pleasant winters. Spring & Autumn tend to have the best weather, but sun worshipers will revel in Israel’s sunny, sizzling summers. Those who love staying active in winter will enjoy visiting Israel’s south to explore the Negev desert and appreciate Eilat’s year-round sun and access to water sports.
Now that travel to Israel is possible again for fully vaccinated travellers, we feel that there will be a strong emphasis on holidays that include outdoor activities. Israel is very lucky in the fact we are a year-round destination. Our country is blessed with mild winters that those of us in the northern areas of the globe will appreciate. Winter in the southern half of Israel are especially pleasant, with the Red Sea being warm enough to swim in even at the height of winter.
Israel’s desert is a luxurious and unique experience, did you know it’s one of Israel’s best kept secrets? The lower 60% of the country is desert, offering numerous luxury options for those who want to enjoy everything from adventure tourism to pampering themselves in an amazing spa hotel.
Another unique treasure is that Israel has is its “once in a lifetime quality. Jerusalem is a box to be ticked on many people’s bucket list, as exploring the Old City and seeing places that hold such historical importance is fascinating. The rest of the country has just as many “must see” sites, such as floating in the Dead Sea, visiting the world’s largest erosion crater or exploring the underground city, Akko, where Richard the Lionheart set up his base for the crusades. Israel is so unique that you can find these types of sites all over the country.
There are so many boundless opportunities that it’s hard to define a must do in one trip, which is why so many people want to come back again and again. If your intrigue has been piquet, there are plenty of opportunities to stay in exquisite boutique or large resort hotels in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem or the Green north, which is quickly becoming known as “Wine Country”.
We look forward to welcoming on your next trip!