Israel is considered the most gay-friendly country in the region. Is it any surprise gay tourists are flocking here?
From horseback or on bike or foot, people find a peaceful nature sanctuary at Israel’s Alexander Stream.
Israel has plenty of adrenaline-filled activities for pint-size travelers. Try kite surfing, alpine slides, bungee trampolines, dune-buggies and more.
ISRAEL21c takes you to the boardwalk along the Mediterranean coast in Tel Aviv.
Short-term tourists and business people can pick up Israel’s native tongue in crash courses tailored to visitors’ schedules and needs.
It’s worth a trip to the Golan Heights to see the tallest waterfall in Israel and the stunning scenery around the Hermon-Banias Nature Reserve.
You’ll wish you were here, hanging out with family and friends at one of Tel Aviv’s best spots for leisure and recreation.
‘I enjoyed learning about how direct Israelis are, and the laid-back work environment that helps promote creativity,’ says one visiting US student.
ISRAEL21c tours the ancient port city to see how the already popular seaside tourist stop is getting more attractive by the day.
ISRAEL21c went out onto the streets of Tel Aviv and Jaffa to ask people to dance – the results were unbelievable.