Tag: Eilat

Meron in Northern Israel

| August 8, 2012 | 0 Comments
Meron in Northern Israel

Meron and Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai Nestled up in the hills of Israel’s Northern Galilee lies Meron, a charming little village with a big attraction: the burial site of the author of the Zohar, the principle work of the Kabbalah (Jewish mysticism). You’ll notice numerous small brown road signs in the surrounding areas pointing to […]

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Eilat Red Sea

| August 5, 2012 | 0 Comments
Eilat Red Sea

Eilat Red Sea Tours When thinking about Eilat, the first thing that usually comes to mind is the Red Sea or Yam Suf in Hebrew. Exploring this inviting surf is easy since there is no shortage of options available – including Red Sea yacht cruises, sailboats, mini-yachts, and everything in between.  A number of boats allow you to combine […]

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Israel Eilat Hotels

| July 25, 2012 | 0 Comments
Israel Eilat Hotels

Israel Eilat Hotels You’ve worked hard for this break and you know exactly what you want: a luxury vacation at an Israel Eilat hotel. The only question is which one to choose. We’ve done a bit of homework on your behalf and have narrowed it down to two great choices. Eilat Orchid Hotel and Resort Located […]

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Dolphin Reef Eilat

| July 25, 2012 | 0 Comments
Dolphin Reef Eilat

Swim with Dolphins at Dolphin Reef Eilat What could be more fun than swimming with dolphins?  Dolphin Reef Eilat, located on the northern shores of the Red Sea, offers a unique human-dolphin experience. In fact, the dolphins are given the freedom to choose if there will be any interaction with their human visitors.  In return, visitors get a […]

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Timna Park

| July 25, 2012 | 0 Comments
Timna Park

Timna Park Copper Mines Have you ever looked admiringly at beautiful copper jewelry or utensils and wondered how copper was made? Did you ever wonder where copper came from? At Timna Park, situated 25 km north of Eilat, Israel, site of the world’s first copper mine, are ancient smelting pots and mine shafts that are thousands […]

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Eilat Glass Bottom Boat

| July 25, 2012 | 0 Comments
Eilat Glass Bottom Boat

Eilat Glass Bottom Boat: Jules Verne Explorer  Gliding gently through the water with a window to the sea, a glass bottom boat offers a glimpse into the hidden undersea world of brightly colored tropical fish and beautiful coral – without having to go diving into the water. Cruises include many of the special Eilat attractions […]

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Eilat

| July 25, 2012 | 0 Comments
Eilat

Eilat Israel’s southernmost city, on the beautiful northern tip of the Red Sea, is the port and resort town of Eilat. While no one knows for certain the origin of the name Eilat, the Hebrew name for a doe has the same root and it is speculated that this area may have once been inhabited […]

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Israel National Trail

| July 25, 2012 | 0 Comments
Israel National Trail

Israel National Trail Route Officially inaugurated in 1995, the Israel National Trail is a continuous hiking trail stretching over 950 km. It starts from Beit Usishkin near Kibbutz Dan in the north, crosses through the hilly Upper Galilee, and descends to the western shore of the Sea of Galilee. Next, it heads for the Mediterranean coast, making its […]

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Camel Rides

| July 22, 2012 | 0 Comments
Camel Rides

Camel Rides in Israel Are you looking for a unique, one of a kind, Middle Eastern tourist experience?  Then it’s time for camel riding in Israel!  Israel camel ranches provide an unforgettable desert experience, offering an activity suitable for the whole family, with no special skills or experience required. Camels are quieter and gentler than horses and appear to […]

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Things to Do in Eilat

| June 12, 2012 | 0 Comments
Things to Do in Eilat

Touring Eilat Looking for things to do in Eilat? First, you need to know how to get around. There are several ways to tour Eilat, depending on the season. During the summer the heat is very intense and hiking is not advised. Luckily, all hotels, restaurants, public places, and buses are air conditioned.There are public buses in Eilat and […]

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