Israel’s archeologists work on more than 300 excavations every year. The best ones are turned into national parks for the public to enjoy.
The Dead Sea is one of the most extreme places to dive on the planet. Now an experienced diver is leading tours deep below the world’s saltiest sea.
The wine capital of Israel is a great place to learn about pre-state Israel’s dramatic stories of perseverance and intrigue.
It may be slightly off the usual tourist beat, but even just a two-day trip to Israel’s stunning Upper Galilee region is an unforgettable experience.
It’s not about mall Santas in Israel. Here, where Jesus was born and built his ministry, Christmas focuses on the spirit.
One of modern Israel’s first towns, Rosh Pina was a flop for farmers but today hosts a thriving and picturesque artists’ colony.
It was once Israel’s biggest environmental mistake. Now the Hula Valley is home to one of the world’s most important sites for migrating birds