Southern Israel, Solve the Promised Land Puzzle

Welcome to the South, where endless stretches of land, sand dunes, and deserts dominate the landscape and where animals run wild. As the largest district in Israel, it is also the least populated area – and one that holds endless gems and opportunities for discovery, relaxation, and exploring one of the Wonders of the World.

The Dead Sea is a Natural Wonder of the World, located some 430 meters below sea level. It stretches over 51 kilometers in length – and as the lowest place in the world, it is a must-visit for a float, some relaxation, and, of course, to heal your body.

The Negev, named after the root of the Hebrew word “to dry,” is a dry and arid area, with many opportunities to discover its nature and meet people from all cultures and walks of life in Israel. It’s a triangle-shaped desert in a semi-arid region of Israel. We’ll discover kibbutzim, small Bedouin cities, the Hebrew Israelites of Dimona, and plenty of opportunities to eat, travel, and connect.

Israel’s southernmost city is a beach city, the kind that snorkeling dreams are made of. Eilat is located on a bustling port at the northern tip of the Red Sea, where the desert climate is balanced by the warm sea. This is a city that doesn’t disappoint with, on average, 360 gloriously sunny days a year. Whether you like birdwatching, dolphin watching, or just soaking in the rays at one of the stunning hotels, Eilat is in a whole other class of its own.

Thank you again for making this a trip of a lifetime...

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We traveled the entire country, top to bottom, experiencing things we could have never imagined.

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While Eilat is one of the most touristy cities in Israel, it’s like that for a good reason. Here, you’ll find stunning beaches and baby blue water everywhere you go, topped off with a gorgeous backdrop of red mountains as the scenery for your next perfect hike.

 

There are lots of things to do here, too, from birdwatching and free-fall parachuting to the Coral World Underwater Observatory – the largest public aquarium in the Middle East.