Although Israel is a small county, many tourists choose this exotic destination to enjoy its wonderful nature, beautiful historic sites, profound religious heritage, marvelous seacoast, and world-famous Dead Sea spa treatments.
The Holy Land has much to offer the average traveler, but there are also plenty of opportunities for newlyweds and honeymooners.
Tel Aviv has 16 amazing beaches along the Mediterranean coastline. For those couples who like white-sand, shore recreation, romantic evening strolls, and easy-going bike rides – we suggest renting an apartment or booking a hotel near the sea.
Explore the magical, laidback ambiance of the Israeli seaside – and be sure to enjoy gloaming with a glass of wine as the sun gently sets over the horizon.
For those newlyweds looking for cultural and historical heritage, Israel has it all. Remember to include touring and sightseeing options when planning your romantic trip.
Stroll through historic Jerusalem and the narrow alleys of Old Jaffa; enjoy the atmosphere of antiquity in Israel’s Acre, and explore the unique buildings of White City in Tel Aviv. Visit Caves of Maresha and Bet-Guvrin in the Judean Lowlands, and wander the Necropolis of Bet She’arim: A Landmark of Jewish Renewal.
All in all, culture-seeking honeymooners will be able to plunge into the unique atmosphere of one of the most historic places in the world.
For those who love adventure, Israel offers numerous opportunities. Here in the Holy Land, you can participate in a lot of great outdoor activities from scuba diving to river rafting and hiking through parched hills; be sure not to miss jeep tours and camel rides.
WHEN TO GO: You can travel in Israel during any season since the weather is temperate year round.
Although it may get a little wet, prices in the off-season can be significantly lower. Religious holidays can mean large crowds.
DURATION: The way you would like to spend your honeymoon affects the length of your stay.
While beach lovers could have a great time at the seashore basking in the sun for a few weeks, adventure seekers might need more days to enjoy beautiful coastal jaunts and marine activities.
If you are a lover of culture and heritage, you would need about a month to explore all the fascinating historic sites of the country.
In contemplating the perfect wedding trip, one should consider the diverse vitality and vibrancy of the Holy Land; the plethora of emotions you can experience there will make you feel that your honeymoon is magnificently unique.