Swimming in the Dead Sea is a real experience; bathing is probably a better term. The sea has very high amounts of salt in the water, which therefore propels the swimmers to the top. Floating in the Dead Sea happens without effort. The mud from...

Viewing the coral reef from the glass bottom boat is really interesting. The boat tour sailing from the Eilat Marina lasts for two hours. Once deep enough in the sea, passengers can go down to the underwater area of the boat and view the spectacular...

At the Dolphin Reef in Eilat, visitors can observe dolphins in their natural habitat in the Red Sea. The floating piers allow you to get close to where the dolphins swim. The Dolphin Reef in Eilat differs from other dolphin places in that they do...

It is hard to believe that the colorful fish and coral that you see from the tower windows are out in the wild and not behind an aquarium glass. The Underwater Observatory Tower, located in Marine Park in Eilat, is located out in the Red...

Sataf is a 250 acre nature reserve. In addition to the beautiful nature hikes, Sataf is actually a revived area of ancient agricultural methods especially terraces and channel-irrigated agricultural plots. Settlement at Sataf was said to have started thousands of years ago and was at...

There is a variety of things to do at Park Timna. The horseshoe-shaped valley covers 15,000 acres and is surrounded by steep cliffs. In the center is Mount Timna, about 1500 ft above sea level. Timna is the site of the world’s first copper mine. ...