Israel Tours

Many tourists each year flock to the Mediterranean to enjoy its clear warm waters and sandy beaches. Booking an Israel tour is the best way to see some of the wonderful areas in the Med, with miles of sandy beaches, guaranteed sunshine, ancient history, religious monuments and fabulous shopping. However, Israel remains a well-kept secret, enjoyed mainly by the locals and canny travelers in-the-know.

From Acre in the north to Ashkelon in the far south, Israel’s coastline mixes sunshine, sand and watersports with evenings of culture, music, fine restaurants and a great nightlife in Tel Aviv. Tours to Israel are the best way to enjoy all that this rich and fertile country has to offer, combining the knowledge of a local guide with chauffeur-driven transport, leaving visitors to relax and take in the sights.

And what sights there are! Israel tours take visitors back over 4,000 years to ancient biblical sites on the Golan Heights, surrounded by breathtaking natural scenery. Old Jaffa with its 3,000 year old port is a wonderful contrast to the bright lights and high-rise architecture of Tel Aviv, just 4km further north, although the tallest skyscraper is actually in Ramat Gan. Israel tours can reveal the country’s historic sites and places of pilgrimage with tours to the country’s oldest churches, settlements and architecture. The charming old towns of Zichron Yaacov and Caesarea show how good life can be in Israel.

Jerusalem is a popular place of pilgrimage, packed with thousands of churches, synagogues and mosques within the Old City Walls. Visit the unique sights of the Wailing Wall, Kotel Tunnels and the Montefiore Windmill on one of the fabulous Israel tours. Acre is similarly ancient and Israel tour guides can provide the historic background to Acre’s Old Fortress, Hall of the Crusader Knights and Tunnel of the Templars. Roman remains including a massive amphitheater can be admired near the Sea of Galilee and a trip to the sights of Nazareth should not be missed, along with other Galilee attractions.

Relax at the popular resort of Eilat, right on the Red Sea, where diving and the Underwater Observatory make the most of the rich marine life on the reef. Experience the desert with a visit to the massive Makhtesh Ramon Crater on a Beer Sheba or Mitzpe Ramon tour or stay near Arad with its unique Dead Sea attractions. Bat Yam also offers beautiful beaches for relaxing, within easy reach of Tel Aviv’s White City and its cultural attractions.

Further north, Haifa is known for its world-famous Hanging Gardens surrounding the Kabbala Temple. Enjoy the Baron’s Garden at Rosh Pina and the beautiful Utopia Orchid Gardens at Netanya. The scenic route of Gilboa is hard to beat, particularly with the spring blooms of the Gilboa Irises. Israel tours are also the ideal way to visit some of the country’s many nature reserves around Tiberias and Safed.

As you can see, Israel has a host of unique attractions which are best explored in the company of an expert guide on one of the many Israel tours guaranteed to suit all interests.