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The hidden gems

The Israel Government Tourist Office are delighted to announce that the complete set of the trilogy is now available with the release of volume III.​

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Israel’s Hidden Gems

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To start to get a great flavour of this exciting unique land, browse Israel the hidden Gems publication. A whistle stop tour to the major attractions of this most diverse land. Click here to read Israel – The Hidden Gems.
 
With your appetite well and truly whetted, move on to more in depth reading,  about the wonders of Israel in our exciting trilogy.
 
Volume I is the first in the series exploring the north, chronicling its unique visible jewels and uncovering its hidden gems. It leads you through the castle and cathedrals of the old City of Acre, walking the very cobblestones that the crusaders marched upon. It enlightens your mind about the ancient mysteries of Kabbalah that originated in the mystical mountains of Galilee. It lets you immerse your body in the healing waters of the natural spring in Hamat Gader, where people as far back as the ancient Romans experienced its therapeutic wonders. Click here to read Volume One – Northern Israel.
 
With the release of Volume II you can experience all there is to know about the centre of Israel, guiding you to new and unique experiences you may never have known existed from the hid-away restaurants to the walking/hiking trails along the coast or the wonderings of Jerusalem. You could immerse yourself in the ancient markets or soak up the spirituality of the home of monotheistic religion. Click here to read Volume Two – Central Israel.
 
Volume III expands your horizons and provoke your senses. From a moonlight jeeping tour through the Negev desert to an early morning hike up Masada to watch a the same sunrise as King Herod to floating in the dead sea and swimming in the Red Sea with Dolphins. Learn how a desert bloomed and where Mark Anthony held Cleopatra. Click here to read Volume Three – Southern Israel.
 
 

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