Tiny in size, but massive in what it has to offer, Israel is so brilliantly compact, you can visit the entire country from one convenient base . Wake up in a lush green landscape and a couple of hours later you can be exploring desert dunes. Young and vibrant, Tel Aviv buzzes with café culture, galleries, street art and glorious beaches; the Dead Sea resorts offer phenomenal spa experiences, the dry Negev desert can be viewed from the air with amazing sky diving opportunities; and the reserves of the Red Sea resort of Eilat support underwater nature trails for exploration by snorkel.
And the true beauty of Israel is that all of the amazing experiences on offer are equally well enjoyed during the low season months in this amazing country.
We were approached by Israel Tourism as they were keen to show off the low season experiences widely available in this culturally rich part of the world. You can find our low season guide to Israel here and also do check out our charming conversation with Israel Tourism’s Sharon Bershadsky here where you can’t fail to be won over by the low season experiences she describes.
You can learn more about the many things to see and do in Israel by visiting Israel.travel