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The new way to explore Israel
The new way to explore Israel
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The new way to tour, and get to know Israel and its people.
Rural tourism in Israel, consisting of 10,000 "zimmers" (lodges and B&Bs) spread all over the country, in kibbutzim, settlements and villages, is very advanced.
Staying in Zimmers (B&Bs) is an unforgettable experience, which opens up a new way for tourists to learn about Israel.
You can travel up and down Israel, visit its tourist gems and get to know the lives of the local people directly.
A wide variety of Zimmers is offered, ranging from standard accommodation units to pampering and pampering cabins and suites.
All come with at least an attached toilet and shower, along with air conditioning, TV and a kitchenette.
Full and specific details on each, with lots of photos and maps, can be found at zimmeril.com.
Israel is a country with a rich cultural and historical heritage, which attracts millions of tourists every year. There are different ways to get to know Israel, including visiting religious sites, tasting its varied cuisine and exploring its natural beauty. Here are some of the popular ways to explore Israel:
Religious tourism: Israel is home to a number of holy sites for Jews, Christians and Muslims, such as the Western Wall in Jerusalem, the Church of the Holy Sepulcher and Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Archaeological sites: Israel has a rich history, and there are many ancient ruins and sites that can be explored, including the Dead Sea Scrolls, Masada and Caesarea.
Beaches and nature reserves: Israel has a Mediterranean coastline with a number of beautiful beaches, as well as a number of nature reserves and parks such as Achziv Beach, Ein Gedi Reserve and Timna Park.
Culinary tourism: Israel is known for its diverse cuisine, which is a combination of Middle Eastern, Mediterranean and Ashkenazi flavors. There are many opportunities to taste local food, such as hummus, falafel, shakshuka and more.
Adventure tourism: Israel offers a variety of adventure activities for all ages, such as hiking, mountain biking and rafting, jeep tours in the desert, horse and camel tours in the mountains and valleys, hot air balloon flights, snow on Mount Hermon (in winter), sailing and skiing in the Sea of Galilee.
These are just a few examples of how you can get to know Israel. The country is constantly developing and has a lot to offer, and new ways to experience it are always developing.
Yes, rural accommodations are a great way to experience Israel's natural beauty and cultural heritage.
Here are some popular options for rural accommodation in Israel:
Kibbutz hotels: A kibbutz is a kibbutz community in Israel, and many have turned their facilities into hotels that offer a unique rural experience. These hotels usually have beautiful gardens, swimming pools, a rich Israeli breakfast and cultural activities.
B&Bs: B&Bs can be found in all rural areas and offer a more personal and intimate experience. They are often run by local families who can provide valuable insight into the area and its history. Most of the guest houses are air-conditioned and equipped to a high standard, including a double Jacuzzi and a private swimming pool.
Eco-lodges: For those interested in sustainable and environmentally friendly accommodation, there are several eco-lodges in Israel that offer comfortable and unique experiences. These lodges often use solar energy and other environmentally friendly technologies.
Agrotourism: Agrotourism is a growing trend in Israel, where visitors can stay on a working farm and experience life on the land. These accommodations often offer activities such as horseback riding, guided field and barn visits, hiking, and tastings of locally produced foods.
Meeting the owners of B&Bs (B&Bs) in a village or kibbutz can be a unique and enriching experience for tourists. By staying in a B&B, visitors have the opportunity to connect with local hosts and learn about their culture, history and lifestyle. Here are some of the advantages of meeting the locals directly:
Local Insights: B&B owners are often passionate about their community and can provide valuable information about the local area, including the best places to visit, the best local cuisine and cultural events.
Personalized experience: B&B owners pride themselves on making their guests feel at home, and many go above and beyond to provide a personal and unforgettable experience.
 Cultural exchange: staying in a B&B provides an opportunity for cultural exchange and learning about different lifestyles and ways of life. You will hear about very interesting heritage stories and by the way they will be happy to hear from you too.
 Support for local businesses: By choosing to stay at a B&B, tourists support local businesses and communities, which can have a positive impact on the local economy.
There is no doubt that meeting owners of B&Bs in the countryside can be a wonderful way to deepen the understanding of a new place and build lasting memories. Whether you are looking for a quiet vacation or an action-packed adventure, a B&B in the village is sure to provide a unique and unforgettable experience.

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