One of the most emblematic pictures of a vacation in Israel shows people floating on the Dead Sea the reading their newspaper at the lowest place on earth. Another awe-inspiring shot shows the majestic fortress of Masada overlooking the Judean desert.
For such a small country, Israel is blessed with beauty, nature and incredible sights in abundance.We love them all, but here are five absolutely can’t-miss national parks.
Stopping in Israel is one of the highlights of any cruise! Israel is so packed full of historical, religious and natural sites that there’s no way to see it all in just a day or two. Fortunately, Israel is also very small. This means you can get a great taste for the country in a short amount of time. Whether you want to visit Jerusalem, walk in the footsteps of Jesus in the Galilee or get a taste of northern Israel.
The best way to see Israel is with an expert tour guide. But with thousands of guides to choose from, it’s hard to know who to choose. These simple tips will help ensure you choose the best guide for you.