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Israel may be compact in size, but has a wealth of natural and historical attractions that easily turns any trip into a memorable one.

No visit to Israel could miss out a tour of Jerusalem, one of the world’s most famous and religiously significant cities. The capital is packed full of UNESCO World Heritage sites including the Temple Mount ,the Wailing Wall and the Mount of Olives.

The Dead Sea is another Israeli highlight, its mineral-rich waters attracting visitors from all over the world for their beautifying and therapeutic properties. The surrounding area is also well worth touring, in particular the Qumran Caves where the Ancient Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered.

The Sea of Galilee is popular as a holiday destination for its beaches and opportunity for water sports, and is also a sought after location for Christians, said to be the place Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist.

Discover the Sea of Galilee

Discover the Sea of Galilee

Thanks to a combination of historical sites, religious significance, and beautiful vistas, the Sea of Galilee in Israel – also known as 'Lake Kinneret' and 'Lake Tiberias' – is one of the region’s finest tourist attractions.
Visit the Incredible Dead Sea

Visit the Incredible Dead Sea

Floating in the Dead Sea has to be one of the most exhilarating experiences in the world. It’s also one of the reasons millions of tourists have made the trip to the Dead Sea.
Must See Sites in the Old City in Jerusalem

Must See Sites in the Old City in Jerusalem

Central to the Abrahamic faiths of Christianity, Judaism, and Islam, the city of Jerusalem is considered one of the most sacred places in the world. The Old City in Jerusalem is at the beating heart of this holy site.