• Church of the Holy Sepulchre

  • The Western Wall, Wailing Wall or Kotel. It is a remnant of the ancient wall that surrounded the Jewish Temple’s courtyard, and is arguably the most sacred site recognized by the Jewish faith outside of the Temple Mount itself

  • The Sea of Galilee, also Kinneret, Lake of Gennesaret, or Lake Tiberias. The name Kinneret may originate from the Hebrew word kinnor (harp or lyre), in view of the shape of the lake

  • Golan Heights. In the Bible Golan is mentioned as a city of refuge located in Bashan

  • Gomorrah

  • In 66 CE, a group of Jewish rebels, the Sicarii, overcame the Roman garrison of Masada with the aid of a ruse.After the destruction of the Second Temple in 70 CE, additional members of the Sicarii fled Jerusalem and settled on the mountaintop. In 73 CE, the Roman governor of Iudaea Lucius Flavius Silva headed the Roman legion X Fretensis and laid siege to Masada. The Roman legion surrounded Masada, and built a circumvallation wall and then a siege ramp against the western face of the plateau. The ramp was complete in the spring of 73, after probably two to three months of siege, allowing the Romans to finally breach the wall of the fortress with a battering ram on April 16. Romans took the X Legion and a number of auxiliary units and Jewish prisoners of war, totaling some 15,000 troops in order to crush Jewish resistance at Masada. A giant siege tower with a battering ram was constructed and moved laboriously up the completed ramp. The walls of the fortress were breached in 73 CE. When Roman troops entered the fortress, they discovered that its 960 inhabitants had set all the buildings but the food storerooms ablaze and committed mass suicide or killed each other. Only two women and five children were found alive

  • Timna Valley

  • Timna Valley

  • Timna Valley

  • Ramon crater

  • The Nubian ibex (Capra nubiana) is a desert-dwelling goat

  • Ein Avdat

  • Bet Guvrin-Maresha National Park

  • Bet Guvrin-Maresha National Park

  • Bell caves

Promised land. Small country but on every step you can feel thousands years of history. You can walk the same paths as Jesus, climb Masada fortress or swim in Red See. There’s plenty of possibilities. Just pick you choice.