This Israel itinerary is easily doable entirely on public transportation: buses and trains. Just remember that on the Shabbath (Sabbat), public transport is very limited or nonexistent. Read more about Israel travelling tips clicking this link. This itinerary is quite intense so you can add additional days for places of your preference if you have more time.

Day 1. Arrival in Tel Aviv. Transfer to Jerusalem.

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Day 2. Jerusalem sightseeing and the Night Spectacular show.

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Read about mistakes to avoid when planning your trip to Jerusalem.

Day 3. Ein Gedi Dead Sea experience, Masada fortress.

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Read more about how to visit the Dead Sea and Masada clicking this link.

Day 4. Eilat and the Musical Fountain show.

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Day 5. Eilat and transfer to Mitzpe Ramon.

10 eilat israel 121083418 eilat israel 1210850Day 6. Mitzpe Ramon. Sunrise and hiking Ramon crater.

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  • Have you been to Israel? What are your favorite places? Share in the comments section!
  • Published by Anita on April 15, 2017


Author: Anita Sāne

Anita 03 18

About the author
Anita is a part-time traveler, passionate photographer and a mature career woman from Latvia, 
traveling mostly solo for more than 10 years. She is a skilled travel planner planning and executing her travels by herself. Anita wants to show you how to travel the world and open your mind to new experiences. Follow her also on InstagramPinterestTwitter and Bloglovin.




This is such a lovely photo journey. I have been wanting to get here and well, I missed one opportunity through TBEX. I still hope to do this sometime soon. Thanks for fueling my wanderlust for Israel.
I really liked the format of your blog post. The pictures are so beautiful! This makes me add it to my bucket list soon. Nice post. Keep it up!
It will take me at least 3 weeks to visit these tourist destinations. I am interested in experiencing yacht sailing in Acre, Haifa. Your photo shows a lot of beautiful boats. It would be nice to eat dinner in the sunset in this place.
You have some very cool places listed here. We never made it to Eilat, but I wish we had! I would say my favorite was Haifa. I love the views of the Mediterranean!
What a gorgeous trip! You hit up so many beautiful places. It looks like you had a wonderful trip. I will have to bookmark this for when we plan our own adventure to Israel.
Omg this is exactly ther itinerary that I wanted to make in Israel! Thanks for sharing, beautiful photos as well
Nice post!!! Just returned from Israel in March. My favourite places were all of those you listed. If you are like me, I love reading about and seeing pics from others about places I've visited. Keep moving!
Can't wait to go to Israel! It's been on my list for so long. I want to try all the foods, and see most of the places you mentioned. Thank you for this beginner's guide!
Good little first timers guide to Israel. I been there before but only did Palenstine, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and Jaffa and had an amazing experience.
Anita! Your posts about Israel are very informative and helpful! I guess the last thing I would do is to trust the media in order to get some tips! I really like, and must prefer travellers opinions became the information given is always based in real experiences. Great pictures and ultimately a place to visit one day :)Telma @ Blank Canvas Voyage

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