Visiting Israel offers a unique experience to any traveler. Its landscape is dotted with historical sites and interest. Among many others, here you’ll find the Temple Mount – housing the al-Aqsa Mosque and Dome of the Rock – and the Western Wall, a hugely important site for pilgrimage.
You’ll also be able to bathe in the Dead Sea. Here the mineral content is around 30%, 10 times the level found in most seas. This enables individuals to float with great ease and the minerals in the water are excellent for various skin conditions and muscular aches.
Israel also has great diversity in its landscape. Much of the south is arid desert-land, whereas the northern higher grounds are richly green and even experience snow in the winter. In-between the two you’ll find Israel’s Mediterranean coastline, with its unspoiled golden sands and warm waters.