Israel stirs up extraordinary emotions politically and religiously, but few people consider the country an exotic destination – a place that will arouse one's emotions in many other unexpected ways.
After living in Israel for two years and visiting there many times over the past 30 years, I can tell you that this country is filled with exciting and beautiful hiking trails, incredible multi-sporting opportunities, and amazing cultural exchanges. If you are looking for more information about the israel tour guides via michaeltours.com/tours/hebron-and-bethlehem-private-day-tour/.
For the past three years I have led hiking tours to Israel. In 11 days we managed to explore the whole country and see Israel which was visited by only a few tourists.
There are so many roads in Israel that even after completing 9 tours, the itinerary varies every time. In summer we can do Yehuda, a six hour hike that takes us through a waterfall, and where we have to descend a 35 foot high ladder embedded on the cliff side and swim across puddles to reach the other side of the river.
Hiking Israel has the added pleasure of offering historic events to pamper our intellectual side. Every step we take has biblical stories, events, and anecdotes.
Our ascent through the desert is amazing and we have the opportunity to see beautiful rock formations that are unique to this country, such as Ramon Mahtesh, a geological phenomenon that only exists in Israel and Jordan. In the desert, we have beautiful surges through beautiful oases, and the feeling of Moses walking through the desert comes alive.