Israei tourist

Holiday time

The most popular times for locals to vacation in Israel are the months of July and August, while foreigners visit in the greatest numbers during March, April, May, October and November.

By YAIR ASSAF-SHAPIRA
02/10/2019
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks at the post-election rally on September 18, 2019.
Isi Leibler: The Netanyahu era must come to an end

He should step down with dignity now, and the appointee of the Likud representing the greatest number of supporters should take the first term as prime minister in a rotation with Blue and White.

26/09/2019
Rape [illustration].
Israeli tourist raped in South Africa

"The men raped the woman and robbed the couple, before fleeing the scene," Leonard Lati added.

Tour Israel: Dor Habonim Beach beckons in the heat

The Dor Habonim Beach Nature Reserve is one of the most precious gems Israel has to offer.

By MEITAL SHARABI
28/08/2019
Ben-Gurion Airport baggage malfunction causes travel disruption
Ben-Gurion Airport baggage malfunction causes travel disruption

"[Baggage handling] bypass systems are currently in operation and luggage is being loaded onto aircraft," the Israel Airports Authority said in a statement.

13/08/2019
Book review: Making Israel fun for the young

A guide can take touring the Holy Land to new heights

By Rivkah Lambert Adler
08/08/2019
Gently down the stream at Nahal Yehudiya

Have you spent your time in hotels and the holidays emptied your pockets? It is the perfect time to return to nature, enjoy a common family experience and create exciting memories.

By MEITAL SHARABI
31/07/2019
Grapevine: Exiled?

SIGNING OFF from his early morning broadcast last Sunday, veteran Reshet Bet current affairs anchorman Aryeh Golan lamented that he was still stuck in Modi’in. “Not yet Jerusalem,” he sighed.

Israelis celebrate Independence Day on the beach, 2019.
93% of tourists in Israel enjoyed their trip - tourism survey

Tourism Minister Yariv Levin said: "The year 2018 was a record year for incoming tourism to Israel, with more than 4 million tourists."

14/07/2019
A Rwandair commercial passenger jet is pictured in Blagnac near Toulouse
Rwanda launches inaugural direct flight to Tel Aviv

The flight will open up business opportunities for Rwandans as well, artists and business minded people who took the inaugural flight told CNBC.

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