Sand surfing is one sport that requires large areas of desert sand dunes. And Israel has that! With over 50% of Israel covered by the Negev Desert, sand surfing in[...]
Things to Do in Israel
There are thousands of great things to do in Israel so whatever your interest, you’ll have no problem filling your time. In fact, you’re likely to be spoiled for choice. From religion and history, through to adventures and fun, nature and beaches, and culture and events, there is no doubt that there are some awesome things to do in Israel for you! Check out the pages below for some ideas, and surf around the site for more!
Nature & Wildlife
History & Religion
Active & Fun
Extreme sports in Israel are ever popular and wide ranging, and from sea to land, high to low, and even beneath ground, almost every extreme sport conceivable is possible in Israel. With its varied geography and good year-round climate, Israel is well suited for many sports: watersports are immensely popular on the Mediterranean, Red Sea, and Sea of Galilee coastlines, caving, canyoning, and the like, take advantage of the rocky Negev Desert, especially in the Dead Sea area, as well as the Galilee and Judean Hills, whilst you can also ski, paraglide, snowboard, sandboard, kayak, dive, climb, mountain bike, ATV, and even more.
WWOOF provides visitors the opportunity to volunteer on organic farms in Israel and experience the rural life that many tourists are oblivious to the existence of. An international organization with[...]
Walking or biking around the shores of the Sea of Galilee (the Kinneret) has become increasingly simple in recent years with the development of the Kinneret Trail, a 60km trail for hikers and bikers, which encircles the Sea of Galilee. At present, about 75% of the trail is complete, and, passing through the beautiful and varied scenery, past sites of ancient history and religious importance, through famous villages and cities and providing access to beaches around the lake, the Kinneret Trail is the perfect way to walk or bike around the Sea of Galilee.