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Let's Take an Israeli Road Trip

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You can drive from Tel Aviv to Haifa in about an hour and a half. But if you have the good fortune of being along that stretch of road in the Holy Land, why not make a fun road trip of it?

Israel21c has mapped out an itinerary along this route, including all the parks, museums, and beaches along the way you should stop to enjoy, including . . .

Ein Vered

Ein Vered was established in 1930 as a cooperative farming community dedicated to citrus groves, field crops, beehives and flowers. Today, agriculturists still abound in this village of just over 1,200 people, but there are other attractions for visitors to do and see as well.

At Sarina Chocolate Visitors’ Center, you can buy scrumptious homemade chocolates or make them yourself (if you reserve ahead) and see the country’s only hothouse cacao trees.

At the Ein Vered Tractor Museum, every piece of equipment on display comes with an amazing story of how it was used to build Israel into the country it is today.

If you’d really like to do something a little different, Extreme Israel, based in Ein Vered, offers a powered parachute ride (known as a “flying tractor” ride in Hebrew) for those who’d like an exceptional view of this tiny land from above. It’s $120 for a 20-minute flight.

Check out the rest of this inspiring journey.

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