Vanishing Valley, House of Aloe Vera, Peace Road, Yotvata Chocolate Trail and other treasures beckon from this long strip of desert filled with B&B lodges.
Think you can tell your nafnaf from your kif kef? Take our fiendish Independence Day quiz of 25 questions and find out just how much you really know.
The Salad Trail in the Negev encourages visitors to get a feel for the land and its produce.
Actually, it’s a whole herd. And now you can visit them at Gazelle Valley, a new urban nature park built around the resident flora and fauna.
Relaxing of regulations opens a whole new way to explore Israel by towing your ‘motel room’ on the back of your rental car.
Israel’s gourmet chocolatiers aren’t worried about reports of an impending chocolate shortage, they’re enjoying their sweetest time ever.
Raise a glass to Tel Aviv’s thriving cocktail and wine-bar scene.
Arad lies west of the Dead Sea, south of the Judean Desert and north of the Eastern Negev with its moon-like craters and breathtaking ridges.
In January 2014, a Jewish Israeli woman and an Arab Israeli man opened a backpackers hostel as a social business in the village of Jisr az-Zarqa.
This beautiful 19th century neighborhood offers green parks, history and culture, with a view of Old Jerusalem that can’t be beat.