is spiritually awakening, educational, enlightening and most of all, fun. After exploring Israel for six weeks, we bring you highlights from tourist’s highlights.
The Blind Museum in Holon is an experience everyone should try. In complete darkness is where you can experience things you’ve never felt before. Participants are taken into a pitch black room and follow a blind tour guide’s voice. Each participant is taken into a number of different rooms that use each of your senses, and for the remaining hour and a half, you experience a fraction of your tour guide’s life.
Blind Museum, Sderot Yerushalayim 214, Holon, Israel, +972 3 650 3000
Shabbaton in the Negev
The time when you are the most disconnected from your world is when you become most connected. There is no Wi-Fi or cell service for you to update yourself on Instagram or Facebook. You are surrounded by nothing but yourself and your peers and experience a wholesome bonding experience in the Negev.
Food Truck Festival
Two nights to experience what Tel Aviv cuisine has to offer. This culinary-progressive city has an abundance of different nationalities in food, and you can taste it all at this festival. The delicious food and the upbeat ambiance is a recipe for a good time.
A night out with friends is always a highlight of any trip. Have some drinks and dance a little at a nightclub on the port overlooking the sea at Shalvata. A cool vibe and hip music are always promised at this nightclub.
Shalvata, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel, +972 3 561 5979
Courtesy of Shalvata
Gay Pride Parade
Tel Aviv is rated as the top city for gay people, and this event happens once a year. It is an experience no one should miss out on. The parade begins at Meir Park and travels down the boardwalk. The streets are packed with exciting people and extravagant floats. The parade comes to an end once you reach the concert with loud music and dancing all over the park, but the fun continues for the whole night.
The Shanti House is a place where troubled youth live when they have no one to turn to and get their lives back on track. A visit to the house is truly a heartwarming experience. Everyone there has a story and a struggle, but the beautiful part is that they were able to turn their lives around. The Shanti House makes you realize that there is a place for everyone in Israel.
Shanti House, 17 Simtat Shlush, Tel Aviv, Israel, +972 3 510 3339
Rent a boat on the Herzilya port and sail the beautiful blue waters. Grab a beer and some friends, and enjoy the beautiful scenery surrounding you.