A significant number of Israel’s main attractions are situated outside of the country’s major cities:
- Hike in the woods, but remember to follow these essential rules.
- The Israel National Route is a 940-kilometer-long designated recreational trail (hiking or cycling) that runs from north to south.
- The Jesus Route is a 65-kilometer hiking trail that links important Christian sites in the Galilee. It runs from Nazareth to Capernaum.
- Rappelling or offroading in the Negev on the Nativity Trail, the route that Joseph and Mary used to travel from the Sea of Galilee to Bethlehem
- Parks and Reserves in Israel are a must-see. These locations are typically well-maintained and overflowing with beauty and history, and they often provide explanatory materials and maps in English and other languages.
- Hermon Snow Resort is a great place to go skiing (available only in mid-winter)