Israel – A Country Full of Contrasts!

A one of a kind destination offering dreamlike experiences of vibrant cities, beaches, historical places along with the cultural uniqueness – “ISRAEL” is a land of exuberance.

Israel is a small yet beautiful country with an awe-inspiring history, world-class culture, incredible nightlife, lip-smacking cuisines, and amazing people.

You can relax on the beaches of Tel Aviv and Eilat which are sunny all year, bathe in the water of lowest place on earth – The Dead Sea, get inspired by the beauty of the sacred city of Jerusalem, experience the splendid desert of the Negev – all in a single trip. For an unforgettable experience, you must consider a trip to Israel.


Israel is situated in the Middle East along the eastern coastline of the Mediterranean Sea. The country is bordered by Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, the Gaza Strip, Jordan, Egypt, and the West Bank.

Long and narrow in shape, Israel is about 290 miles (470 km) in length and 85 miles (135 km) in width at its widest point.

The majority of Israeli people practice Judaism, which accounts for 74.8% of the Israeli population. Islam is the second most prevalent religion at 17.6%. Christianity, Druze, and other religions comprise 8.4% of the population.

Agriculture in Israel is a highly developed industry. Israel is able to grow a wide range of crops including wheat, corn, sorghum, barley, dates, and notes due to advanced methods of technology despite the fact that the geography of Israel is not naturally conducive to agriculture. More than half of the land area is desert, and the climate and lack of water resources do not favor farming. Only 20% of the land area is naturally arable.

Israeli cuisine usually follows kosher protocols, due to the Jewish culture and religion. As a result, pork, shellfish, eggs, and milk are prohibited. Hummus, tahini, shawarma, pita bread, kebabs, and falafel are some of the most commonly enjoyed foods in Israel.

Mode of Travel in Israel
Israel has one major International Airport named as “Ben Gurion Airport” which is situated in the center of the country, just off the highway connecting Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. There are taxi services just outside the airport’s main gate, a regular bus service and also direct or connecting trains between the airport and all other cities of Israel.

Since Israel is a small country, getting around here is quite easy, fast, and convenient. Following are the modes of traveling in Israel:

  • Bus
  • Cab
  • Train

Things to do In Israel:

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  • Hot Air Baloon
  • Swimming With Dolphin
  • Dead Sea Floating
  • Kite Surfing
  • Sand Boarding
  • Scuba Diving
  • Segway
  • Hiking
  • Keshat Cave
  • Sky Diving

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  • Canyoning
  • Manara Cable Car
  • ]Manara Cliff Sliding
  • Camel Ride
  • ATV Ride
  • Biking
  • Camping In Desert
  • Power Parachute Flying
  • Rappling
  • Shopping[/themify_col]


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