These tours are build in order to explore the different geographic regions of Israel. It is recommended to spend at least 2 days in the "far" regions as Upper Galilee, Golan Heights, South Negev and Arava. The far regions as Hermon and Eilat may require one more day.

Arava valley and Eilat mountains

Driving to Eilat along the  Arava valley, a 167 km stretch region linking the south shore of the Dead Sea to the Red Sea, allows to meet settlements in the middle of the desert and wanders of advanced agriculture. The ecological settlements by side to solar energy farms, water purification and biological industries make this region exciting for tourism. The high Edom Mountains on the east and Eilat Mountains on the west of the south part of Arava are amazing. The Eilat Mountains Nature Reserve offers fabulous hiking trails to meet unusual geological formations and wanders of the sand and granite rocks. In the middle of Eilat mounts we find the Uvda Valley, which was the prime land for settlement going back to prehistoric times. 


The Galilee is a mountainous region in Israel’s north. Travelling there you see ranges of hills with high peaks, many streams, dozens of brooks, primal landscapes, evergreen forests, dense natural groves, valleys, lakes. Adding the important jewish sites by side of the holy christian sites, Druze and Arab villages make the Galilee so special.

Judean Desert

The Judean Desert is considered a relatively small desert but it contains many fascinating nature reserves, historic sites, monasteries and primeval panoramas that make it an exciting and unique place to visit.​

Hermon and Golan Heights

The Golan Heights is one of the most beautiful and most traveled parts of the country as it is abundant with wonderful scenic treasures and archeological sites​​. Hermon is the Israel's highest mountain at 2,814 meters. In early summer, when the snow disappears, there is an abundance of flowers and birds not visible anywhere else in Israel appears.