Hello my dear readers, this time another inspirational travel blog for summer vacation- Israel.
I know Israel very good, I grow up here and I’ve been visiting in the places that I recommend on this post many times, so this review is a travel inspiration from a local.
Israel can seem complicated country to the world because of its political situation
But inside Israel, when you travel, you can see people from all religions who are living and working together.
We spent 3 weeks here so I decided to write 2 posts for the different areas that we visited.
Join me for Part 1 – North of Israel
We came to visit Israel during springtime – May/June.
Even though it is spring the weather feels like summer and it is very hot!
On our first day, we started with Rosh HaNikra
Rosh HaNikra is located on the border between Israel and Lebanon, in the Western Galilee.
It is a white chalk cliff face which opens up into spectacular grottos (sea caves).
Here are some pictures from the cliff and the grottos:
If you see around you someone who sale Pita Zaatar Bread try it! It is DELICIOUS
Zattar is a typical herb in Israel.
Zattar is called also Israeli hyssop, this is one of the main herbs that found in the Zattar Mixture.
Hyssop has many health benefits, It is effective in relieving respiratory problems, asthma, chronic bronchitis, congestion and phlegm.
From there we continued to Akko for lunch.
Akko is a beautiful ancient city.
It is recommended to read more about this city history before you travel there. There is a lot to see.
For lunch, I recommend you to go to eat hummus and choose the local places because they are really the best.
Don’t forget to visit the market.
Haifa, metropolitan in the north district
Haifa is a big city with nice beaches and the beautiful famous gardens – Baha’i gardens.
If you will go in the morning hours you can join to a free guided tour of the Baha’i centre,
in which you learn more about the gardens and the Baha’i religion.
IN THE NORTH DISTRICT THERE ARE MANY OF MAGICAL PLACES
Check out Banias springs and the remains from the ancient periods.
To finish the day we went to see the border with Surya from Merom Golan, Golan Heights
Until the next time,
My name is Pazit, I’m a registered Naturopath N.D. , MNNA (a member of the Naturopathic Nutrition Association), Herbalist, Aromatherapist and Bach Flower remedies therapist based in London.
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