Do you want to take a swim with dolphins? You can in Eilat. Watch now as Israel’s biologists and dolphin trainers tell us more about their experiences with these friendly creatures.
Fellowship Bridge Blog - Tourism
Fellowship Bridge Blog
During the Jewish holiday of Purim, which starts this Saturday at sundown, people dress up in costume and remember the biblical story of Queen Esther, who saved her people from persecution. Friends and family come together to host parties, eat hamantaschen, and watch parades – like the annual Adloyada Purim Parade in Holon.
Israeli tour guides now offer Slow Tourism in the Valley of Springs, where you can leisurely walk hiking paths and float in natural springs.
Six beautiful clock towers stand tall in Israel. Residents used to rely on these centrally placed towers to tell time, and today they serve as important landmarks and evidence of Israel’s interesting past.
As one of the world’s largest producers of flowers – including roses – and plenty of beautiful scenery, the Holy Land can be a very romantic spot. Writers at Israel21c tell us the best romantic places in Israel, like stargazing in Mitzpe Ramon!