Tag: Red Sea

Eilat Restaurants

| April 17, 2013 | 0 Comments
Eilat Restaurants

Restaurants in Eilat Eilat is a town of action, centered mainly around the inviting beaches and the sea. But after all the activity, food will be on your mind. You won’t be disappointed. Eilat restaurants have a lot to offer in their  diversity and healthy choices.  For more about restaurants around Israel see the Baruch Haba Restaurant site […]

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Eilat Water Sports and Extreme Water Sports

| April 17, 2013 | 0 Comments
Eilat Water Sports and Extreme Water Sports

Extreme Water Sports While many tourists go to Eilat just to soak up sun on the beach and swim, Eilat offers a wealth of water sport and extreme sport activities that are action-packed ways to spend the day. Eilat’s favorable climate of year-round sunshine, beautiful Red Sea location, and the relative quiet of the sea waters make it […]

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Diving in Eilat

| April 17, 2013 | 0 Comments
Diving in Eilat

Eilat Diving Eilat Israel is one of the world’s main diving centers, featuring beautiful diving spots in and around the Coral Reef Nature Reserve. Diving points of note on the Coral Reef include the Dolphin Reef, the Japanese Gardens and the large Moses and Joshua rocks. Outside of the Reserve are other diving points of interest, including […]

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A Hotel in Eilat, Vacation Rentals in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv?

| November 19, 2012 | 0 Comments
A Hotel in Eilat, Vacation Rentals in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv?

Vacation Rentals You’ve made the decision; you’re going to act on your lifelong dream to visit Israel. But, now the question is what to do and where to stay. You’ll be pleased to know that  Israel offers a variety of accommodation experiences from a hotel in Eilat to vacation rentals in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. […]

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Eilat Beach

| September 5, 2012 | 0 Comments
Eilat Beach

The Eilat Beach Experience The name “Eilat” brings to mind images of the Red Sea, the beautiful tropical Eilat beach, and palm trees. There are nearly 9 miles (14 km) of coast and beaches spanning from Eilat’s border with Jordan in the north to Eilat’s border with Egypt in the south. The Princess Beach is […]

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What to Do in Eilat

| September 5, 2012 | 0 Comments
What to Do in Eilat

Visit the City of Eilat Not sure what to do in Eilat? If you travel to Eilat by car or bus, you will drive through miles and miles of barren rocky desert for as far as the eye can see. Then suddenly, almost like a mirage, appears the city of Eilat, with trees and lush […]

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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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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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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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