Planning a 5 Day Holiday in Israel
Visit & Tour our Favorite Attractions
Hebrew:חופשה בישראל - סיורים וטיולים בארץ
Image credit: Fancycrave
So, you are planning a holiday in Israel. What are the 'must see' attractions? We asked members of our Facebook group: If you had only 5 days to take a holiday and show someone around Israel, where would you take them? The results were unanimous. You need more time. You cannot possibly tour Israel in 5 days!
Surprisingly, many of the traditionally popular sites were not nominated but some lesser known sites, were. Here are the results:
- Akko - the Old City
- Attlit - Illegal Immigration Museum
- Birkhat Ram
- Druze Villages
- Hexagonal Pools (Yehudiya Forest)
- Kibbutz Merom Golan
- Kibbutz Degania
- Mt. Hermon
- Nimrods Fortress
- Rosh Hanikra
- Bahai Temple (day and night viewing)
- German Colony
- Ayalon Museum - Rehovot
- Dizingoff & Shenkin - Tel Aviv
- Jaffa at night
Attractions in Jerusalem
Attractions in & near Eilat
- The Coral Reef
- Timna Park
Hiking in Israel
Hiking is a big part of the Israeli culture. The ultimate hike is the Israel National Trail which takes you from Kiryat Shmona in the north all the way down to Eilat in the south.
There are many national parks across the country. Some of the national parks have camping and lodging facilities. The Matmon is the membership card of the Israel Nature & Parks Authority. The card gives you discounts on camping and free entrance to the parks for an entire year. A similar card is available for tourists visiting Israel.
Mid-summer daytime temperatures in Israel; June, July and August, often reach the high 30's (centigrade). The best months for traveling are April and May as well as September and October.
No matter where you visit, take only photographs and leave only footprints.
You may like these...