Visiting Israel with family can be a rich spiritual and exciting experience if you are with the right travel agency. GS Travel is an experienced and authorized travel agency providing travel-related services to people coming to Israel for years now. It has a knowledgeable team that can help you to create an amazing and unforgettable traveling experience according to your personal needs and preferences.
The best of Israel family tours
Many spiritual people call Jerusalem, the capital of Israel – home. Israel offers a variety of entertainment and food venues for foodies. So, if you are into traditional Israeli food, or want to taste something from your country, you can enjoy Arabic, European, Asian dishes in the local restaurants and meet the local people. There are many places you can go to, and if you have a little extra budget, you can also ask for a private family tour which helps you to have a more personalized traveling experience.
GS Travel listen closely to your private needs and preferences. And then work hard to curate the best possible experience for you – whether it’s a single or multi-day tour, focused on history, archeology, nature, food, art, or religious sites. We understand how important this journey is for you and your family. You can plan your next private Israel family tour considering the following places.
Tel Aviv is one of the most happening cities in the world. This is a 24-hour city with its own unique pulse. The city has many tourist attractions including the Carmel market – famous for its local foods and goods, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Yarkon Park – the city park with a botanical garden and pond, port of Jaffa, Jaffa’s flea market, Museum of the Jewish people at Beit Hatfutsot, Eretz Israel Museum, or Yarkon River. You will also find the early 20th-century Ottoman monument here known as Jaffa clock tower.
It is one of nature’s miracles. The only sea where you can’t swim or sink. The water is too salty in the Dead Sea that you will float. There is also a private beach as well. The only drawback here is the skin’s reaction to salty water. To prevent any problems, it is necessary to take a shower immediately. Despite that you are never going to sink, there are life-guard keeping eyes on you. Due to its strange floating experience, kids love the Dead Sea. This is also the lowest point on earth.
Ein Gedi Nature Reserve
En Gedi is the largest oasis in Israel. It has waterfalls, springs, giant rocks, a hiking trail, and a small Dudim cave. The oasis has four springs rushing around the year, keeping this beautiful green area luscious even in the very hot summer. Along the Arugot stream trail, you will find the hidden waterfalls and pools to splash in. Tourists especially children love this place and keep coming back to it.
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