Created by the Israel Israel Antiquities Authority, this site in Hebrew provides information about the 70 km long trail crossing the Galilee from Beit Shearim to Tiberias that passes among sites associated with the sages of the Sanhedrin., the ancient Jewish court.
With the help of a large pool of volunteers - both from Israel and abroad, the Jerusalem Green Map contains 50 different information layers and has mapped over 750 individual sites across the whole city.
Despite its title, Israel by Foot, created by Erez Speiser, provides detailed information about suggested self-guided hikes and road trips throughout the country. The site is available in multiple languages
“NegevTrails is the source of all the information you need about hiking and trekking in the Negev desert of Israel.” There is detailed information about the trails, depending on how many days you have to spend in the area.
This English, Hebrew, and Russian site provides information about the 625 acres of land that recreate a Biblical landscape. At the searchable site you can find details about the reserves tours and trails, events, and newsletters. The Hebrew section also outlines educational programs for teachers.
Searchable database in Hebrew, English and Russian of attractions to visit in Israel. You can search by many parameters including region, duration, season and difficulty of hike. The site also includes a database of flowers and fauna, animals, and tour guides in Israel.
This Hebrew language database with information on travel throughout the country including information about tours, tour guides, attractions, restaurants, museums, national parks, night life, and local events. There are relevant links and many maps. acronyms and abbreviations is searchable by term and browsable by subject.
Masbiran “provides relevant information at lookouts and tourism sites for the general public and for visitors traveling without tour guides.” You can click on the interactive map and be taken to a site that allows you to listen to information about it in English or Hebrew.
Subtitled "the tourism and entertainment guide to Israel for the religious community and those who observe kashrut," this searchable database allows to look for hotels, restaurants, attractions and special deals throughout the country.
Created by Judith Isaacson, this English language site offers self-guided tours that you can take while driving around the country. The site is key word searchable and browsable by area of the country.
“Eilat city's official tourism site, provides a complete directory for tourist information on Eilat and the red sea, as well as comprehensive information about culture and businesses in Eilat, for the city residents and vacationers.”
“Discover over 4,580 unique places in Israel spread in 247 areas of interest” on this site in English and Hebrew that has a searchable database of attractions, restaurants and accommodations throughout the country.
This tour company specializes in arranging tours for Jews, Christians, and Moslems who have physical limitations and special needs. The site offers tips to physically challenged travelers and a set of relevant links.
This is the official site of the Israel Nature and National Parks Protection Agency. Its searchable Hebrew, English and Arabic site provides an attractive way to find information about the parks and reserves, touring routes, special events, and conservation activities. You may search the database by geographic area or keyword. This is an excellent resource for planning a trip around the natural wonders of the country.