Dvorat HaTavor (Bee of the Tabor) is an authentic silk and honey farm located on the Shadmot Dvora moshav in the lower Galilee. Visitors to the visitor's center are invited to take part in a unique live demonstration of the production of honey and silk.
The Western Wall Wall is the most significant site in the world today for Jewish people as the last remnant of the Temple. Jews worldwide pray towards Jerusalem and Jews in Jerusalem pray towards the Temple.
The Dolphin Reef in Eilat is located on the shores of the Red Sea and is unique in its unique, natural atmosphere in which a group of bottlenose dolphins are free to go about their daily routine or to interact with human-beings.
The Hanania Beach Water Sports & Cruises offers a variety of exciting activities for groups and individuals. Whether extreme water sports (motorboats or jet skis for example) are your preference or peaceful cruises or sailing yachts off the coast of Eilat, there is something for everyone.
IMAX movie theaters are special theaters that are usually larger than a regular move theater; the movie is brought to life by enlarged images of much greater size and resolution.
Israel-Yam Glass Bottom Boats offers visitors the opportunity to delight in a world usually reserved for deep-sea divers. Each boat is comprised of three levels- on the top level passengers can relax under the sun's rays, let loose on the dance floor and enjoy the bar that serves beverages, sandwiches and snacks.
In one of the hottest cities in Israel one can experience the chilliness of the North Pole; Ice Space in Eilat gives visitors the opportunity to enjoy ice in many shapes and forms- from amazing ice sculptures to drinks made of ice and slides covered in ice, this magical icy kingdom is a welcome, cold attraction in the scorching city of Eilat. Warm clothing is provided at the entrance; just remember to take it off before re-entering sunny Eilat!