Israel may be a tiny country but there is a wide range of things to go through the country from east to west and north to south. From beautiful beaches and archaeological areas to bridal boutiques and food markets, you’ll never run out of things to do in Israel. And also, Israeli people are very talkative and willing to help all the time about any issue. Make local friends during your visit to Israel and see how they are awesome!
Trekking in Masada
Waking up at 3 am to watch the sunrise from the top of Masada… Even though trekking through the mountain with insufficient sleep was a challenge, reaching to the top and the amazing view were definitely worth for it. During our climb, there are a few spots to see archaeological ruins. And also, my secret of surviving till top was drinking 3 liters of water in an hour. Definitely must daily trip from Tel Aviv when you visit Israel…
Mud Bath in the Dead Sea
My favorite spot in Israel! The water is too salty that you even cannot swim as it doesn’t allow you to move randomly, you stay like hanging on the water. It is so funny that when a blob splash towards my eyes, I was about to cry because of the feel of burn, it is so strong. When it happens, what you need to is get our the water by running with the full speed and wash your eyes with normal water for like 5 minutes. As far you visit Israel and made it here, do mud bath, which is believed to purify your body from both abstract and concrete dirties. I did not do that, but it is on my bucket list for the next time.
Watching the Sunset at Gordon Beach in Tel Aviv
After swimming whole day and chilling under the sun while enjoying my skin getting darker, the sun goes down slowly. It makes you feel peaceful by attracting the beautiful memories of the life. Best thing to is grabbing a bottle of wine and appetizers, then enjoying the sunset with your friends.
Be Amazed by The Beauty of Baha’i Gardens in Haifa
Another must daily trip when you visit Israel, Haifa is a very small cute town located in the north of Tel Aviv and it is 1-hour ride away. The city is popular with its Baha’i Gardens, which are a memorial to the founders of the Baha’i Faith, attracting pilgrims from around the world. Enjoy with the free entrance and be focused on taking your steps, because you will be confused which beauty to look at!
Milky Way Journey in Mitzpe Ramon
No light, no flash, no voice of cars, no disruption… Just peace, stars, and meditation… The creation of universe surprised me one more time and it was the first time that I feel such close to stars. Add it to your bucket list and be ready for this spiritual trip!