Nature

Israel houses a plethora of natural beauty. Read and watch about the beauty of Israel’s nature.

January 31, 2019
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The Wandering Israeli: From Soldier to Backpacker

Taking a 6-month post-army backpacking trip is a rite of passage for many Israelis in their early 20's. This and the military service are two major experiences that foster in them a sense of adventure like no other. No wonder Israel is the world's Start Up Nation!
December 30, 2018
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Top 6 Israeli Hostels from South to North

A large part of having an epic travel experience is connecting with people—travelers and locals alike! Here are some popular hostels to choose for your upcoming Israel trip!
December 19, 2018

I Visited the Baha’i Gardens for the First Time and it Was Beautiful

The Bahai Gardens represents the Bahai message of beauty, freedom, and balance. Just like the first three major monotheistic religions, Israel was chosen as the place of pilgrimage for the Bahai faith as well.
October 9, 2018
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5 Exercise Activities To Do in Israel
Without a Gym Membership

The summer and Jewish holidays equal to time and money spent on calorie intake. Here are some exercise activities you can do without a gym membership!
April 23, 2018

Get To Know Tel-Aviv’s Street Library Culture

It’s a novel idea based on the honesty system, so no library cards required. There isn't even a librarian manning the book cart! Book lovers now have the freedom to go up and choose their title, take it and are asked to simply return it when they’re done or replace it with another novel they’ve already finished. The best part?It’s free, it’s fun, it’s Tel Aviv!!
April 16, 2018

70 Fun Facts For 70 Years of Israel

To prepare for Israel’s 70th birthday, here are 70 fun facts about Israeli food, culture, geography, academics and more! Israel, a country the size of New-Jersey with less than 1/1000th of the world's population, can make claim to the following:
April 10, 2018

70 Unusual Facts For 70 Years of Israel

To prepare for Israel’s 70th birthday, here are 70 fun facts about Israeli food, culture, geography, academics and more! Israel, a country the size of New-Jersey with less than 1/1000th of the world's population, can make claim to the following: As a tribute to Israel's 70th Birthday we are counting down with 7 fun trivia facts a day.
January 31, 2018

Delightful DIY Tu’Beshvat Chocolate Lollipops

I recall, every year in school we’d get these little baggies filled with unidentifiable dried fruit. Aside from those baggies and some new fruit at dinner that night, there wasn’t much to celebrate. Are you wondering how you can make Tu B'shvat more festive? How about making these delightful dried fruit chocolate lollipops because everything tastes better with chocolate? These DIY Dried Fruit and Chocolate Lollipops are super cute and, even better, their super easy to make; they are done and ready to be eaten in 1 hour and 20 minutes tops.
January 21, 2018

Go South–Go Explore: Israel’s Hidden Treasure

The Arava and the Negev Plateau are among the most fascinating areas of Israel. In Israel, “desert” doesn’t mean “desolate.” The sandy Negev expanse that makes up more than half of Israel’s land mass encompasses fascinating vistas, history and creativity. And the relatively short and temperate winter months are the best times to visit. For tourists, there’s never been more to experience in the Arava: ancient archeology, timeless Bedouin hospitality, funky eco-art, hiking, biking, horseback riding, bountiful farms, birdwatching and lots of activities for children, including ice-cream workshops. Keep reading to find out our insider’s guide to exploring Israel’s hidden secrets.
January 7, 2018

How To Explore Israel Like A True Israeli: Top Do’s And Dont’s

So you're planning a trip to Israel, but you most definitely know that you don’t want to seem like a tourist when you arrive. So here we go! Here are the top things you should avoid doing starting with when you land. Let's start with the easy ones: Do not try out your Krav Maga moves on the customs officials at Ben-Gurion Airport. Do not look for camels at the airport. Do not look for olive oil on the Mount of Olives. Do not confuse the Via Dolorosa with Via Veneto. Also do not pet the jellyfish. But then there are the less obvious don'ts...like not paying for an overpriced (and maybe overrated) hotel room in Tel Aviv, and more.
January 3, 2018

Why You Need To Extend Your Stay After Birthright

Come on! You’re flying thousands of miles, going to a country you have little experience with, why not stay a little longer and explore a little on your own? Even if you have a job waiting, try like the dickens to get at least a couple of days more and spend some time getting to know Jerusalem or Tel Aviv a little better.
December 25, 2017
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“Rain, Rain, Go Away!” How to Kill The Boredom On A Wet Rainy Day”

Don’t let the stormy season hold you back from enjoying Israel. These rainy day activities will have you wishing for wet weather. When the wet season storms into town, there’s nothing like curling up in a cozy café or catching an international film at the Cinematheque to hit that sweet spot. Don’t let the wet weather rain on your parade. Embrace the opportunity to try something new with our extensive list of rainy day activities.
December 19, 2017
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Insider’s Packing Hacks For Surviving Winter In Israel

So, your trip to Israel is a week away and you keep checking the weather so that you can plan your packing. There’s one problem, though. In Tel Aviv, you see 60s and sunny, Jerusalem looks chilly, there’s snow in the Golan, and the south is cold at night. As much as you can’t wait to start your vacation in Israel, you don’t want to have to pack your entire wardrobe just to accommodate this “Israeli winter”. So I have tried to give you the ultimate guide to packing for your winter trip to Israel.
December 17, 2017
Be A Kid Again

How You Can Make the Most of Israel’s Winter Wonderland

Wintertime can be the most advantageous time for you to take advantage of your free time and enjoy Israel’s magical winter wonderland.
October 22, 2017
Fall into Fall

Israel And It’s Magical Autumn

Fall in Israel is the best time to take in the beauty of the country while the weather is at its finest. Here are some great suggestions on what to see.
October 16, 2017

The Top Must See Sites at the Sea of Galilee

Northern Israel is definitely one of the most beautiful and diverse areas in the country, and a magnet for adventure lovers. For me, northern Israel is the antithesis of Tel Aviv; quiet, serene, and peaceful. This blog will give you all the insights about the best places to see and do.
September 11, 2017
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“Five Extraordinary Things To See And Do Over Sukkot”

After you managed the recent and intense Rosh Hashanah and fasting for 25 hours over the soulful and introspection of […]
July 11, 2017

Getting Around Israel: How To Survive Public Transportation

This little Middle Eastern country is just a tiny dot on the map of the world, but once inside it’s confusing borders, Israel offers an incredible amount of diverse things to do, unique scenery and incredible activities. Getting from place to place or city to city, this blog will help you navigate your way across this amazing little country.
May 8, 2017

Top 5 Unique Places To Visit In Israel

No matter how much you get to do and see during your Israel trip, there's always more! Here are 5 places and activities that are super special
April 23, 2017
There are so many fun and exciting activities to do in Eilat

Top 5 Things To Do in Eilat

Are you thinking of extending your stay in Israel? Great idea! There is SO much to do here! Here's a list of awesome things to do in Eilat