The world has too many things to offer. Snow capped mountains in Switzerland to never ending Sahara Desert in Africa. It’s time for the travellers to go somewhere out of the obvious and Israel is one of the best places to be for your next holiday. Check out the thing that you can do in Israel.
Float in the Dead Sea
This is one of the unique experiences that you could get. The Dead Sea, also known as the lowest point on the planet will never let you drown, no matter how hard you try. Reading a book while floating on the sea effortlessly, how is that for an experience? The salt content in the sea is too high making you float.
Stand on the edge of the largest crater on earth
the Ramon Crater is 40 km long and 2-10 km wide making it the largest Crater on earth. The heart-shaped crater located about an hour south of Beersheva in the desert south of Israel. Stand on the edge of the crater to see its huge depth and length caused by the meteor after hitting the planet.
Sip your favourite cocktail while watching sunset from Tel Aviv beach
Tel Aviv is the best city in Israel to spend your time. The city offers everything from never ending nightlife to quite serene beaches with Mediterranean cafes.
Climb the mountain fortress of Masada
The fort on the top of a gigantic hill is known for its legendary folk tales. It is believed that over 1000 inhabitants committed suicide from the fortress rather than surrendering to the Roman Empire. The adventurous trail can lead you to the top or you can also take a cable car to the top. There is an exquisite view of the Dead Sea from the top of the fortress.
Visit Baha’i Gardens
The magical terraces of Baha’i in Haifa is one of the most beautiful gardens in the world. The terrace garden is a memorial to the founder of the Baha’i faith. You are advised dressed adequately to visit this place.
Tour the Old City of Jerusalem
The capital of Isreal is rich in heritage and culture. You can witness the religious significance in the old city of Jerusalem, which includes the Western (Wailing) Wall, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, and the Dome of the Rock. You ca also find narrow streets with the antique market where you get some of the unique handmade items.
Enjoy nightlife at Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv is a city which never sleeps. The city is full of bars and eateries which serve you all night. Even the markets are open till late night for you to stroll around.