Israel, a Middle Eastern country on the Mediterranean Sea, is regarded by Jews, Christians and Muslims as the biblical Holy Land. Travelers visit to experience its history, local food, beautiful scenery and the nightlife. Israel's climate is temperate year round so if you are looking for a travel destination with little rain and lots of sun, Israel is a place to go. Famous as a pilgrimage destination, however, more than the religious sites Israel has various natural wonders to offer. The Dead Sea is of the top attractions to visit and experience floating in the water. The lowest point on earth and one of the world's most wacky natural wonders, the Dead Sea is the mineral-rich and overly salty sea where no one can sink. A visit in Israel is not complete without having a tour to Jerusalem, A UNESCO World Heritage Site. It has been the cultural, religious and historical epicenter of the world for millennia.
A must-see sight when traveling in Israel is the famous Masada Fortress. Situated near the Dead Sea, families can enjoy a hike up the snake path or use the cable car to ascend to the top and take in one of the most spectacular views in all of Israel. Eilat is the place to visit if you want to see amaxzing coral reef, beautiful fish and crystal clear water.