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Destination Israel offers a whole world within your reach. 

Offering 3,700 years of fascinating history, beautiful weather, stunning desert, lush green mountains, and subtropical pockets it is the perfect destination when traveling for business, pleasure and family fun.

As the only place in the world called the Holy Land it is powerhouse of faith based travel offering a spiritual journey second to none.

Israel packs within its tiny area a plethora of Jewish holy sites. From the Western Wall, the last standing remnant for the temple, to Zefat the center of kabbalah and Massada, the last stand in against the Romans there is something for everyone.

Our high end hotels, sandy beaches, and one of a kind geographic feature the Dead Sea make Israel a great vacation destination and the perfect spot for Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Events (MICE).

Modern Israel offers the sophisticated professional/business traveler the opportunity to come face to face with cutting edge technology and learn how this small country is ranked 3rd in IPO’s after the US and Canada.

 

We invite you to come and explore the possibilities and experience the difference of the Holy Land.

 

Climate & Weather

Moderate climate all year round. (Avg. 60 rainy days per year.)

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Jerusalem

Maximum

minimum

12/54

6/43

13/55

6/44

15/60

9/48

21/70

12/53

25/77

16/60

26/80

18/64

27/82

19/66

29/84

19/66

27/82

18/64

24/75

16/60

18/64

12/53

13/55

8/46

Tel-Aviv

Maximum

minimum

17/63

9/48

18/64

10/50

20/68

10/51

23/73

14/57

24/75

15/60

26/80

20/68

29/84

21/71

29/84

21/71

29/84

20/69

27/80

18/64

23/73

14/57

19/66

10/51

Eilat

Maximum

minimum

21/70

9/48

23/73

10/51

25/78

14/57

30/87

18/64

35/95

21/69

38/100

24/75

39/102

25/77

39/102

25/ 77

35/96

24/75

32/91

20/68

26/80

15/60

21/71

10/51

 

 

Distances

 

Comfortable travel distances: 

 

Mi/Km Tel Aviv Jerusalem Eilat Haifa Nazareth Tiberius
Eilat 221/355 202/325  --- 280/450 295/474  305/491
Haifa 59/94  98/157 280/450  --- 25/40 43/69
Jerusalem 39/62 --- 240/387 98/157 93/150 123/198
Tel Aviv --- 39/63 226/364 59/94 68/109 83/133
Tiberias 83/133 123/198 305/491 43/69 18/29 ---
Petra 245/394 208/335 90/145 251/404 280/450  239/384
Nazareth 68/109 93/150 295/474 25/40 --- 18/29
Dead Sea Resort Area 111/178 59/94  149/240 160/259 160/259 105/169

Newly built and well maintained  highways connect the main cities, making road travel an excellent option, with driving is on the right side of the road, and signs generally clearly written in Hebrew, English and Arabic. Israel is a small country with driving distances between the main cities easily manageable.

Communication and Electric 

In Israel the electric currents are different than those in North America and some European countries.  Below are some basic guidelines which will hopefully allow you to best prepare your clients for their upcoming trip:

Electrical Appliances:

- Power supply is single phase 220 volts at 50 Hertz.
- Power sockets have three pin holes
- Many of them will work with double-pin European plugs.
- Shavers, traveling irons etc. may need both transformers and adapter plugs.

Israel enjoys relatively good cell phone coverage all over the country.  If you have not purchased a phone plan prior to arriving Sim cards can be purchased in most shopping malls and there are many hotspots for internet usage free of charge.  Today more and more hotels are offering WIFI and we recommend that you check with your operator regarding the hotels at which your guests are staying.

Currency

 

The State of Israel’s currency is the New Israel Shekel (she-kell NIS) or shekel for short (pluralized as shkalim in Hebrew or shekels in English). There are 100 agorot (ah-goh-rot agora in singular) in each shekel. Bank notes are in denominations of NIS 20, 50, 100, and 200; coins are in denominations of NIS10, NIS5, NIS2 NIS1 and 50 and 10 agorot.

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