Home to a melting pot of religions, Israel boasts many of the most sacred sites in the world. But, with stunning landscapes and buzzing cities, there's so much more to discover. Read more...

Influenced by some of the world’s greatest civilisations, intriguing Israel sits on the eastern edge of the Mediterranean. Some of the most sacred sites to the world’s many religions can be explored here, but there are also amazing desert landscapes and long golden beaches to cast your eyes over.

New York might be best known as the city that never sleeps, but vibrant Tel Aviv comes in a close second. Enjoy the beaches during the day, then take on the world-class restaurants and bars once the sun goes down.

Jerusalem is one of the holiest cities on Earth for Muslims, Christians and Jews. It’s also completely enchanting, with its cobbled laneways, fascinating museums and aromas of spice and incense everywhere you turn.

This is also the place to go to experience the Dead Sea. At 429 metres below sea level, it’s the lowest point in the world and for centuries people have come here to float in the mineral-rich waters believed to hold a variety of healing properties.



  • Visit the oldest continually inhabited city in the world, Jericho.
  • At Mount Zion, stop at King David’s tomb.
  • Drive through the Judean desert to see the Inn of the Good Samaritan.
  • In Jerusalem, visit the Wailing Wall, the holiest of Jewish sites where people of the faith have long gathered to mourn the loss of Temple Mount.
  • Be impressed by the grandeur of the Hanging Gardens in Haifa.