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A special tour for the adventure seekers and sport lovers.
Experience Israel the active way ! 
Special attention will be focused on the following activities and sites:

Kibbutz Sdot Yam near the ancient city of Caesarea:  ride a high-speed inflatable boat over the waves of the Mediterranean Sea.
Caesarea: visit the magnificent Roman and Crusader ruins.
Isfiya Druze village on Mount Carmel: enjoy Druze hospitality.
"Little Switzerland," hike in a nature reserve in the evergreen Carmel hills. 
Mount Carmel ridge: horseback ride.
Haifa: visit the Bahai Shrine and gardens. 
Zippori: visit the capital city from the Mishnaic period (2nd-4th centuries) and see the "Mona Lisa of the Galilee," an amazing mosaic floor of a wealthy villa in this long-ago town, and explore the impressive rock-cut water system. 

Manara Cliff: ride the longest cable car in Israel for a magnificent view of the Hula Valley, snow-capped Mount Hermon and the Golan Heights. Manara also offers a half-day adventure, including mountain-slide coaster cars, rappelling, zip-line and swimming in Kibbutz Manara's swimming pool.
Jordan River: go kayaking in one the Jordan River or one of its tributaries. 
The Golan Heights: visit the Gamla Nature Reserve and bird sanctuary and hike to the ruins of ancient Gamla, or chose from a variety of other hiking experiences. Meet the locals over a falafel or pizza in the commercial center at Katzrin, the capital of the Golan. You may wish to join an ATV tour across the Golan Heights to Mount Bental, overlooking the border with Syria. 

The Sea of Galilee: swim in one of the water parks or beaches. 

Spiritual adventure in Safed (Tzefat), city of mystic synagogues, art and music:

Stroll through the picturesque Artist Colony, visiting artists in their galleries and peeking into the old synagogues. At the HaMeiri House Museum you can hear many stories about the special people who used to live in Safed. If you really are adventurous (and male), you can try to bathe in the freezing waters of the Ari Mikveh near the old cemetery, which is believed to bring good luck.
Beit Shean, a city with over 6000 years of history: climb the ancient tell for a fantastic view and explore the biblical ruins. Below, visit the huge Roman theater, bathhouse and main street from Byzantine times.
Massada: a historical and dramatic highlight of Israel and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Ascend to the top on foot or by cable car and tour the ruins of the mountain fortress. 

The Dead Sea area: take a short hike through the Ein Gedi Nature Reserve to the waterfall and beautiful spring. 
Float in the water of the Dead Sea, the saltiest body of water in the lowest place on earth.
Enjoy a jeep tour of the moon-like terrain of Mishor Amiaz on Mount Sodom and Nahal Pratzim.
Ein Yahav: meet modern day farmers who use high-tech methods to grow phenomenal organic fruits and vegetables. See homemade cosmetic products from the Aloe Vera cactus made at Moshav Ein-Yahav 
Visit the Hai Bar Nature Reserve, for a safari-like drive-through, seeing roaming biblical animals along the way.

Timna Park: enjoy the Mines of Time presentation and chose from a variety of hikes through spectacular rock formations.

Eilat: let the day begin with snorkeling or Scuba-diving in the Coral Beach Nature Reserve of Eilat. Visit the nearby Underwater Observatory Marine Park. 

Treat yourselves to a magnificent sunset from the top of Mt. Tzefahot (Slate Mountain). You can drive, hike or arrange to experience part of the trail on camelback.

A night on the town awaits one of the dozens of bars, restaurants, cafés or discotheques Eilat has to offer. 

The Negev DesertMitzpe Ramon, located on the edge of a unique geological wonder, is a phenomenon known as a Makhtesh: a huge crater developed by water erosion on top of a mountain ridge. There are three Makhteshim in Israel, which are the only formations of their kind in the world.

Hike in Nahal Nekarot in the Ramon Crater, enjoy a visit to the local Alpaca Farm, and you can even play "Desert Archery" – a game the whole family will enjoy, using bows and arrows to shoot big targets as you hike.
Choose from a wide variety of outdoor sports options, such as mountain biking, rock-climbing and rappelling.
OvadDrive to the ancient Nabatean city of Ovdat (Avdat), a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and explore the archeology and history of this bygone civilization of desert merchants and farmers. 
Hike to the nearby oasis of Ein Ovdat, and then visit the modest home of Israel's first prime minister, David Ben-Gurion at  Kibbutz Sde Boker
Continue via the biblical city of Be'er Sheba to Tel Aviv, and then it’s on to Jerusalem, the Holy City and Israel’s capital. 


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