7 Fun and Interesting Facts About the Pomegranate

Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, is almost here, which means it’s time to talk about pomegranates. On Rosh Hashanah, Jews from all around the world gather to celebrate the creation of the universe and the day GOD created Adam and Eve. It is the first of the High Holidays, a 10-day period that endsContinue reading “7 Fun and Interesting Facts About the Pomegranate”

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Nature in Israel: 10 Beautiful Places

Israel is small. It spreads to a length of 424 km and to a width that ranges between 114 km to 15 km at its most narrow point. But within its short borders, it has plenty of beautiful and varied landscapes. As a local Israeli, I’ve had plenty of time to discover Israel’s different gems.Continue reading “Nature in Israel: 10 Beautiful Places”

Remembering the Holocaust Through 4 Sites in Israel

The Holocaust and Heroism Remembrance Day is a national day in Israel, meant to commemorate approximately six million Jews who were perished during the Holocaust by the Nazis and their collaborators. Every year, this remembrance day is held on the 27th day of the Hebrew month, Nisan, which means it usually falls in April orContinue reading “Remembering the Holocaust Through 4 Sites in Israel”

Israel and the Coronavirus: Dealing with a Crisis

The coronavirus pandemic began in China in early 2020 and meanwhile has expanded to the entire world. Israel is not immune and is affected by the virus from February 2020. If you are wondering how is Israel dealing with the coronavirus, this post is for you. Coronavirus in Israel: The Beginning The panic began inContinue reading “Israel and the Coronavirus: Dealing with a Crisis”

Passover: What do People Do on the Holiday

Passover is almost here, so we wanted to tell you about how this Jewish holiday is celebrated in Israel. Here are what we, local Jewish people of Israel, do on Passover: 1 – They clean the house very thoroughly Well, the truth is that we clean very thourougly a few days before Passover, so thatContinue reading “Passover: What do People Do on the Holiday”

Top Things to Do in Israel This February

February is here! If you’ve booked your tickets and are the way to Israel this February, here are some of the most recommended things to do while you are there: Visit one of Israel’s great museums: Israel is full of great museums to visit while you’re here. Since February is still winter here in Israel,Continue reading “Top Things to Do in Israel This February”

5 Reasons to Hire a Private Tour Guide in Israel

A lot of people travel to Israel as part of an organized group tour. But if you’re not fond of walking around in a large group and barely seeing the tour guide, there’s another way. Try hiring a private tour guide in Israel. This solution is perfect for those who want some personal guidance throughoutContinue reading “5 Reasons to Hire a Private Tour Guide in Israel”

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Israel this December

Vacationing this December? Try ISRAEL – the place where it all began. Israel will offer you a mix of enchanting places, wonderful celebrations and cool weather. Here are our top 5 reasons why you should visit ISRAEL this December: Experience HANUKKAH: Hannukah, also known as The Festival of Lights, is a Jewish holiday which takesContinue reading “Top 5 Reasons to Visit Israel this December”

Top 5 Foods to Taste in Israel

One of the best ways to experience a new destination is by eating the local food, and in Israel you’ll find plenty of culinary opportunities along your visit! Since Jewish people have come from all over the world to Israel, there’s a lot of diversity. We also love lots of food that originates from theContinue reading “Top 5 Foods to Taste in Israel”