ISRAEL21c brings you eight awesome ideas for celebrating the Festival of Lights in Israel, where it all happened back in the year 165.
Surfing is all the rage along Israel’s 186-mile Mediterranean coastline.
Float your cares away on the mineral-rich body of water that makes up one of the world’s most unique and unusual seas.
See the ancient city aboard a modern mode of personal transport that’s a whole lot of fun. Just lean forward and go.
The capital of the Galilee is on every tourist’s must-see list, but that doesn’t mean you have to spend a fortune.
The new trend in home accommodations is wildly popular in Israel’s major cities, thanks to Internet sites listing residential sublets.
Be sure to bring a basket when you visit this Tel Aviv market filled with bakeries, nut, fruit and spice vendors, delis and fast-food stalls.
Israeli websites HomeDine and EatWith kick off a new homey trend in vacation dining, creating cross-cultural experiences at the table.
Israel is one of the world’s best and safest places to try canyoning, a sport that combines rappelling, rope-work, climbing and swimming.
The underwater paradise along Eilat’s beaches brims with beautiful coral reefs, colorful fish and fascinating sunken ships.