ISRAEL AWAITS YOU WITH THESE SURPRISES WHEN YOU VISIT THERE
EXPLORE ISRAEL TO THE BEST
Israel is an intriguing nation that might be tiny in size, yet mammoth as far as things to see and do. There is an astounding match of old and new things you can discover in Israel. Each parameter of Jerusalem speaks volumes of the history it beholds gazing at you; while talking about Tel-Aviv, it is ultra modern which brags of free Wi-Fi all through the city. Israel offers a variety of choices for every traveller at any age group. Here is a rundown of six amazing things you should do on your visit Israel.
ENJOYING AT TEL AVIV
Tel Aviv could easily be nicknamed as the Sin City of the Middle East. During the day, the city looks deserted as compared to the scenario of night. It has a very formal commercial vibe but when the sun goes down it ignites to a different tune, literally!
If we talk about the beaches, you will be left with a feeling of wanting more as Tel Aviv offers some pristine and clear beaches. One can keep lazing around on the beach or strolling by…having a great time.
FLOAT IN DEAD SEA
So you don’t know swimming? No problem, as I mentioned above that Israel offers a variety of choices for every kind of traveller. The Dead Sea is for those who do not know how to swim. The water here comes with a unique feature that one can float naturally in them without getting drowned. It also has some benefits from the angle of health and healing properties. The Dead Sea is the lowest point on earth, surrounded by the eye-catching landscape of the Negev Desert. Interestingly, the shores of the Dead Sea are the lowest point on the surface of the earth and the lake has saline water. Its water is about ten times saltier than the ocean’s, making it possible to float on the water without having to move a finger. ‘Dead Sea’ is called by this name because no fish can survive in the salty waters.
VISIT THE RELIGIOUS SITES
Jerusalem is the capital city of Israel and one of the most sacred places in the world to the three major religions: Christianity, Judaism and Islam. The ancient Old City is encircled by imposing stone walls that date to the Ottoman period and contains holy sites such as the Western Wall, The Dome of the Rock and Church of the Holy Sepulchre.
OFFER PRAYERS AT THE WESTERN WALL
The Western Wall comes with the interesting history. It is known for fulfilling wishes. Jewish people leave hand-written prayers on paper and insert them in cracks of the Wall in hope that they will be answered.This looks very interesting showcasing their culture and trust in God. More than a million prayer notes or wishes are placed in the Western Wall each year.
SHOP AT JAFFA MARKET
The Jaffa Flea Market is the biggest market for second hand and inexpensive objects. You can buy furniture, clothing, ceramic items, Arabic Pottery, household items, homemade handlooms and crafts. So what are you waiting for? Pick up all you want.
EXPLORE THE FORTRESS, MASADA
This 1st-century fortress was the site of one of the most dramatic revolts of the Jewish-Roman wars. The mountain fortress of Masada stands on an isolated rock plateau in the south-east of Israel and was built in the Roman style by Herod, the king of Judea.
The story of Masada is of 1000 inhabitants that committed mass suicide rather than surrendering to their Roman enemies.The mountain fortress of Masada stands on an isolated rock plateau which was built in the Roman style by Herod. Explore the snake path if you like experiencing adventure.It promises to give you an awestruck view.