The Uvda Valley’s claim to fame is that despite its seeming bleakness, its soil is surprisingly rich. That is what mad
The Negev desert is a vast and sparsely populated piece of land which accounts for over half of Israel’s land area.
The Judean Desert is considered a relatively small desert but it contains many fascinating nature reserves, historic si
The lowest spot on the face of the earth, and a natural health spa - the Dead Sea is one site you don't want to miss!
The site of David's epic battle against Goliath has become one of the hidden gems of the country, offering visitors to
This region south of Jerusalem, with its picturesque rolling hills adorned with grape arbors and olive groves
The Jerusalem Hills are known not only for their historic importance but for their beauty as well
The Dan Region is the pulsing hub of the country, the metropolis at the heart of Israeli business and culture.
Warm, soft sand, seashells and snails, waves that lap the shore and wide open spaces - these are the features of Israe
The Lowlands, or the Shfela as they are called in Hebrew, are the transitional foothills between the country’s central
The Bible, geography and ancient and modern history in the Jezreel Valley are perhaps more closely entwined and visible
Mount Carmel's proximity to the sea gives the mountain large quantities of precipitation, which enable the growth of w
The Jordan Valley extends from the outlet of the Jordan River at the Sea of Galilee to its inlet into the Dead Sea
The Kineret, or Sea of Galilee, is Israel’s largest fresh water reservoir, and is also the country’s largest and most
The Hula valley is a place of miracles and wonders. Heroic people working together with Mother Nature have made the Hu
The Galilee is a mountainous region in Israel’s north, and is divided into two main parts - the Upper Galilee to the n
The Golan Heights is one of the most beautiful and most traveled parts of the country as it is abundant with wonderful