Southernmost city in Israel, port city and popular holiday destination for Israelis and foreigners alike. Borders Jordan and Egypt on the Red Sea
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A locust is held by Israeli researcher at the Department of Zoology at Tel Aviv University's Faculty

Plague of pests: Lots of locusts swarm Israel's South - watch

Regardless of their legendary reputations and the sheer size and numbers of the current swarm, the locusts pose no danger to humans or animals whatsoever.


Red Sea Jazz Festival in Eilat goes back to ‘bassics’

38-year-old Adam Ben Ezra offers intriguing, rhythmic renditions at this weekend’s music celebration


Huge groups of migratory birds flock to Eilat for annual visit

The feathered guests come to Eilat every year as an important stop on their migration patterns, but their numbers are in sharp decline in recent years.

Tesla Inc CEO Elon Musk speaks onstage during a delivery event for Tesla China-made Model 3 cars at

New Tesla Supercharger station opens in Tel Aviv

The announcement was eagerly welcomed as Israel has introduced and integrated more electric vehicles into the market and onto the roads.

Suspected infiltration along Eilat beach, September 2020

Are Israeli Patriot batteries deployed near Eilat due to Houthis?

A PAC-2 Patriot Air Defense system is reportedly “near Eilat in southern Israel amid threats of suicide drones and cruise missile attacks from Iranian-backed Houthis in Yemen.”

Solomon's Pillars in Timna Park

Head south to Timna Park and discover a new world

Timna holds great archaeological and biblical significance since it is the site of ancient copper mines believed to have been part of King Solomon’s empire.

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Israel to allow 700 Jordanians to enter country, work in Eilat hotels

Hotel bookings in Eilat have skyrocketed from 65% last week to 90% this week, catching hotels unprepared.

A general view of the pool at the Royal Beach Hotel in Eilat, Israel, June 12, 2018

Israel to vaccinate, allow entry to Jordanian laborers for Passover - N12

A week after the second dose of their vaccines, laborers will be allowed to return to Jordan and reenter Israel on a daily basis.

Runners to race from Jerusalem to Eilat to raise money for at-risk youth

Race begins March 10 at 5 p.m. at Jerusalem's First Station.

Giant manta ray spotted in Eilat in rare sighting

Despite their massive size, manta rays are harmless to humans, but are a rare sight in Eilat.

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