Located near the northwestern shore of the Dead Sea and the Judean Desert, Qumran National Park is best known as the location where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found in 11 nearby caves over 70 years ago.
Jerusalem is a city of hills and valleys. One of those hills is Mount Scopus. Located in the northeastern part of the city, Mount Scopus offers a unique and breathtaking panoramic view of the Old City overlooking the Kidron Valley.
Nestled on Israel’s northern coast, the ancient port city of Acre (or as the locals call it, Akko) is fast becoming a popular travel destination — and one of many historic rest stops along Israel’s azure Mediterranean coast.
One of the oldest cities in Israel, Beit She’an has played a vitally important historic role in biblical times. Located in the Galilee region of northern Israel where the Harod Valley and Jordan Valley meet, Beit She’an is often overlooked by touri...