Photo of the Week – Israel dresses up

Kings, queens, devils, nuns, clowns, camels, cartoon characters – you can never quite be sure who you’ll meet on the streets of Israel at Purim.

Making Faces at the Tel Aviv Port

In time for the Purim holiday, the Partzufim art show presents works that explore the human face as mask.

Photo of the Week – Winter’s last fling

After the driest winter on record, Israel gets hit with a sudden taste of rain.

She Speaks for the Trees

While some see the forest, photographer Raya Segal sees the trees in an exhibition entitled “Trees Speak”, opening this week at the Man and the Living World Museum National Park.

Photo of the Week – The colors of the Banias

The Banias spring emerges at the foot of Mount Hermon and finishes its journey in Israel’s most impressive waterfall.

Spirit of the Tel Aviv Marathon

From runners to mothers to cleaners with the occasional oddball, too. Photographer Ilanit Turgeman looks at the people who made 2014′s Tel Aviv Marathon a joyous celebration.

Photo of the Week – Crazy kite-surfing

When the winds are right, Israel’s beaches fill with kite-surfers.

Hof HaTzuk – Meetings in the Sea

Photographer Shmulik Livyatan captures the swimmers, surfers and sailors of Tel Aviv’s Hof HaTzuk, a cliffside beach whose geological formation is unique in the world.

Photo of the Week – The south goes red

In February every year, Israel’s desert turns red as the parched earth suddenly blossoms with millions of wild anemones.

Along the Israel Trail

From day trips to months long treks, whether sleeping outdoors or at guesthouses on the way — including a unique, new Arab-Jewish hostel — there are many ways to enjoy the Israel National Trail.