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  • Travel to Nazareth

    One of Israel's largest Arab cities, Nazareth offers much in the way of culture and experiences. Visit the Basilica of the Annunciation, walk through the charming Nazareth Village, shop to your heart's content in the Shuk and take pictures at Mary's well. The Chapel of Fright, St. Gabriel's Church and Elbabour are other beautiful sites to visit

  • Hike up the Golan Heights

    his mountainous region is a magnificent natural wonder, well away from crowded cities. From bird watching at Gamla, natural hot springs in Hamat Gader and skiing on Mount Hermon Golan Heights has it all! Travelers can hike through the many wooded trails and plunge into streams that pop up at every turn. Explore the remains of a Chalcolithic Era settlement and burial grounds that are thousands of years old!

  • Walk through Safed

    With narrow cobblestone alleys, every turn reveals innumerable galleries and medieval synagogues. This destination offers an awe-inspiring view of the Galilee as well as the snow-capped peak of Mount Hermon. Coupled with the fresh mountain air and an atmosphere of serenity, travelers must visit the old Safed cemetery, the Citadel at the top of the city or the Old Turkish headquarters. If the spiritual isn't what you are looking for, a quick trip to the Yoshbe Winery or the Dancing Camel Brewery can lend a helping hand in lifting up your spirits! Go for a picnic in Steven's garden, shop in Gallery Street or visit the Tree of Life Shtender!

  • Take a dip in the Sea of Galilee

    While Galilee is actually a lake, this scenic getaway packs more than enough activity to keep you busy! Head to the Yigal Alon harbor to cruise the lake in a floating restaurant or party the night away in a nightclub yacht! Visit the Tiberias hot springs or trek through the Korazim National Park. The highlight of your visit, though, should be the 15 minute sound-and-light show that takes place every evening. With such a well rounded list, one can relax and enjoy Israel at its finest!

  • Masada Ruins

    This UNESCO World Heritage Site features some of the best preserved sites in the country! Visit King Herod's northern palace, explore the Roman-style bath house, walk through its watch towers, synagogues and mikvehs. Visit the local museum to see the many artifacts like scrolls, coins and decorated pottery. Where else can you find a window into the past like this?

  • Visit Jerusalem

    One of the oldest religious cities in the world, the Old City of Jerusalem has many landmarks like the Western wall and the Temple Mount to visit. Walk through the 14 stations of the Via Dolorosa and end your journey at the Holy Sepulcher Church to dig into a well deserved meal of falafel and shwarma! You should also make time to visit the four quarters of the Old City: Christian, Jewish, Armenian and Muslim.

  • Float in the Dead Sea

    The salinity of this saltwater lake ensures that you can lean back, relax and not worry about sinking in. Added to the experience is the chance to cover yourself in the black mud found here, which is known for having healing properties. The surreal rock formations and massive stretches of barren land will leave you with an unearthly experience! You can also explore the number of archeological ruins scattered across the region. You can even go rock climbing or just walk around the beach after!

  • Lunch in a Druze village

    With a tradition steeped in hospitality, the Druze villages of Isfiya and Daliyat El Carmel are brilliant destinations to pass an afternoon in. Roam through the colourful markets, take a quick bite in the local restaurants or lodge in an authentic Druze home! Sample the traditional food, listen to stories and watch special performances mixed with song, dance and music.

  • Explore the Negev Desert

    With unique carter-like formations, this desert offers a magical experience like no other. Explore the Ramon crater, dip your legs into the Ein Avdat strea and soak in the incredible views of the landscape. You can even hit the Negev wine route, make use of some amazing bike trails or explore every rock formation and hill in sight!

  • Camping with the Bedouins

    The Negev has been home to these desert dwellers for centuries and visitors can now take part in their age-old customs! Stay in their desert camps, share their hookahs, sip tea and pass the day away in wonder of the savage beauty of the desert. Sample some of their tahini and learn all you can about these mysterious people and their rituals!

  • National Geographic Journeys

    Our National Geographic Journeys are deeper explorations into the cultures and habitats of the planet's destinations. These unique tours combine more inclusions, hands-on exploration, interaction with experts such as marine biologists and historians, and time to explore on your own. All of it within the safety and fabric of a G Adventures small group tour.

  • Comfort Tours

    Adventures with extra frills

    Are you looking for genuine experiences and spontaneous situations, without roughing it out? Our Comfort tours are just what you need. Upgraded accommodations and more inclusions with plenty of freedom to pursue spontaneous situations on your own. Perfect for families with young ones, couples on an adventurous honeymoon, older travellers and just about everyone else too!

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