You will find a full range of accommodation options throughout Israel, with centres like Tel Aviv having plenty of choices.
As well as hotels, B & B’s and hostels, there are options for camping in many of the National Parks and Nature reserves. Near Tel Aviv, there is the Palmahim Beach, National Park, where camping options are available.
You will find non-stop action in Tel Aviv: Israel’s second largest city. The mercantile, and technology hub for Israel, often described as a 24-hour party.
Tel Aviv has an exciting nightlife and vibrant culture with over 2.5 million international visitors per annum. Located on the Mediterranean coastline, you can enjoy the golden sands of Tel Aviv’s 13 beaches. Why not take a short trip to the historic port of Jaffa? Where you can relax and shop in art-studios, restaurants, and boutiques.
In fact, you can shop until you drop in Tel Aviv with plenty of retail options including the Shuk Harcarmel, an exquisite bustling market on Carmel Street. Be fascinated by the White City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with over 4,000 Bauhaus-style buildings. Tel Aviv has a Meditteranean climate with hot dry summers and mild winters, most of the rain falls between October and April. Tel Aviv is a major transport hub, with access to international and local flights, plus rail, bus and taxi services.
You will experience the most tasteful aspect of the Jewish diaspora when you visit Israel. Delight your taste-buds with modern Israeli Jewish fusion cuisine. A combination of foods traditionally eaten in the Middle East, Levantine, and the Mediterranean, mixed with the culinary traditions of all those countries to which the Jewish people were dispersed.
For a meal on the run, stop at a street vendor or cafe for the famous falafel or shwarma usually served inside pita bread.
For more substantial meals make sure you try aubergine with baba ganoush, or perhaps one of the many amazing salad options, and of course the wide range of schnitzel. If you have a sweet tooth you will find plenty of pastries and ice-cream. There are fabulous options for all diets, the Israeli diet is normally meat light, but there are plenty of carnivorous choices.
You will explore unique and hidden Israeli sites, with professional guides. You can choose optional levels of canyoning or caving - from the extreme to the sedate all tailored to your requirements.
Take your pick of Israeli locations from the vast Eilat Desert in the South to the panoramic North.
If you desire canyoning/rappelling try out the Black Canyon (Nakik HaShahor), or Rahaf Canyon, or the Qumran. or the Shilat Cliff.
If you prefer caving then explore the Salt Cave, or Salamanders Cave, or Monks Cave, or Huta 6 Cave, or the Alma Stalactites.
If caving or canyoning do not suit your fancy, then experience life as a Bedouin or learn primitive skills. There is truly something for everyone.