Take a Hike. Preferably, to Bir AdvaThe Samaria Residents' Council recommends a beautiful nature spot on the Itamar Ridge.
Tisha B'Av in Bet ElReligious institutions throughout Bet El, in the Binyamin region, commemorated Tisha B'Av today, through fasting, prayer and reflection
National Geographic Offering Israel TourNational Geographic Expedition is offering 12-day tours of the Holy Land, complete with hotels and museums
New and Improved Stalactite Cave Opens to the PublicThe Stalactite Cave has reopened to the public after undergoing special renovations in terms of lighting, electricity and infrastructure.
Perseids Meteor Shower: Watching the Stars in EilatAmateur astronomers are invited to a “quiet night of stargazing and fun for all ages” in Eilat on the night of the Perseids meteor shower.
Number of Binyamin Visitors Hits All-Time HighOn Wednesday, Binyamin Regional Council officials said that some 50,000 people visited sites in the region.
Passover 2012: 100,000 at Israel's Parks, Nature ReservesAt least 100,000 people are expected to visit Israel's national parks and nature reserves this week during the Passover holiday.
Israel Plans New Birdwatching NetworkIsrael, crossroads of the world's major religions, is also the migration route half a billion birds. Now Jerusalem has plans for them.
2013 Jerusalem Marathon Moved UpThe 2013 Jerusalem Marathon has been moved up two weeks, citing "professional recommendations." This year's race starts in two weeks.
Lake Kinneret Rising With RainThe water level in Lake Kinneret -- the Sea of Galilee -- has risen by 0.6 inches in the past 24 hours after a week with more rain.
White Weekend Opens Mt. Hermon to SkiersA weekend of winter white allowed Mt. Hermon to open Sunday for skiing with a meter of snow cover on lower slopes and 1.5 meters higher up.
Jerusalem in Race for International 'New7Wonders Cities'Jerusalem has just entered the New7Wonders Cities contest, and there's no time to waste. Vote now for the holiest city on earth!
Team SpaceIL's Dream: 'Fly Me to the Moon'Israel intends to become the third country in the world to land on the moon -- and the first to send the world's smallest spaceship there.
New Website Launched for National Library of IsraelThe National Library of Israel has just launched a new website -- and there's an excellent English-language gateway.
Lush Vineyards Produce Tourist Heaven in Gush EtzionA lovely blackberry bush 25 years ago became the inspiration for a vineyard that today produces award-winning kosher wines in Gush Etzion.
New Visitors' Center Brings Jaffa's History to LifeThe Old Jaffa Development Company launches brand new visitors’ center, which presents the city's history from the Bible to the present day.
Fashion Writers Flock to Israel for Tel Aviv Fashion WeekDozens of international fashion writers converge this week on Israel as guests of the Tourism Ministry to cover the Tel Aviv Fashion Week.
Eilat Mayor: Save the Samar Dunes!The mayor of Eilat says the Samar Dunes are more precious that quarried sand -- and he wants to preserve Israel's 'national treasure.'
New Historic Films Show Warsaw Ghetto, Dead Sea SettlementsTwo historic films uploaded to the Spielberg Archive show the Warsaw Ghetto and the building of the first Dead Sea settlements in Israel.
Shopping in Israel or NY, Flying El Al Economy? One Bag Only.Tourists returning after their holiday visit to Israel or New York may need to rethink their shopping plans, given El Al's new rules.
Over 25,000 Jews Visit Hevron and the Cave of PatriarchsDuring the past weekend, an estimated 25,000 people gathered to celebrate the Festival of Sukkot at the Cave of Patriarchs in Hevron.
Bet El - The Dream Comes True - A New DocumentaryA guided tour of Jacob's Rock in Bet El, the site of Jacob's famous dream, the basis of Jewish destiny and the promise of the Land.
Slichot Begin in Ashkenazi Synagogues as Rosh Hashana ApproachesThroughout Israel: Crowds at 1st Slichot service for Ashkenazi Jews Saturday night. Sephardi Jews have been saying them since start of Elul.
Negohot: The Light which Glows from the Hevron HillsThe Jewish town of Negohot, located on the western slopes of the Southern Hevron Hills, shows that idealism and hard work build a community.
Tene Omarim: For Quality of LifeThe community of Tene Omarim in the Hevron Hills is a symbol of community building for quality way of life.
A Journey to CaesareaCaesarea is a city which combines spectacular beaches, an ancient harbor and some vivid Jewish history.
Dead Sea Campaign Takes it to The (Coffee) SleeveIsrael's Tourism Ministry reaches New York voters in their most beloved spot for the Dead Sea New7Wonders campaign -- the coffee sleeve.
Meet The City of David in JerusalemThe City of David gives visitors a tour of Jerusalem's history starting from finds from the days of King David.
Quiet Man of Achievement Helps Build BinyaminRabbi Shmuel Rachmani, a modest man of accomplishment, has been the impetus for major development of southern Binyamin.
An Historical Experience in the Heart of JerusalemThe Time Elevator allows visitors to Jerusalem to take an interactive voyage of the city in multiple languages.
Ein Gedi: One of the Most Beautiful Places in the WorldBesides the wonderful views and great air of Ein Gedi, one can also learn about the history of the Jewish community in the area.
The Atlit Detainee Camp: The Story of Jewish AliyahThe Atlit detainee camp, located near the coastal town of Atlit, tells the story of the Ma'apilim (Jewish immigrants) to Palestine.
Tzfat's Ancient Cemetery: The Story of a CityA tour of Tzfat's ancient cemetery tells the story of the city's rich Jewish history.
Masada National Park: A World Heritage SiteBreathtaking Masada, located on an isolated mesa in the Judean Desert, is one the most dramatic historic sites in Israel.
Haifa: Beautiful Views, Great EducationThe city of Haifa has been blessed with great views and wonderful museums. Come visit.
Tel Aviv: More Than Just NightclubsTel Aviv is more than just about restaurants and nightclubs. It also has a rich Jewish religious history.
Ofra: A Religious and Cultural CenterOfra, the first Jewish community in Samaria, has many opportunities for employment, Jewish learning, and culture.