Fun Attractions off the Beaten Track in Israel
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Fun Attractions off the Beaten Track in Israel

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Israel offers so many fun experiences for tourists who enjoy an active vacation. Try our recommendations below for attractions off the beaten track in Israel.
Mali’s Sweets offers delicious workshops making hand-made boutique chocolates, tailored especially for couples, friends, families, youth and special needs’ individuals. Located in Kfar Ahim, every workshop is run by Mali, owner, local resident and expert chocolatier.
Iza Pziza Farm Zaban is a boutique dairy farm located on Moshav Tel Shachar that offers tasting tours, handmade goat’s cheese workshops and an air-conditioned visitor center selling olive oil and goat’s milk products. Visitors can also enjoy a meal in the rustic wooden kosher restaurant overlooking the green hills.
Monkeys Climbing Gym, located in Netanya, is an indoor climbing hall where children aged over five can try out bouldering - low-height climbing without a harness. Younger children (aged 2-5) can begin learning to climb with a child safety harness on low climbing walls in the Children’s Compound.
Parachute Ohad Sachlev is the perfect extreme attraction for tourists who want a bird’s-eye view of the city and anyone who wants an adrenaline rush. Drift slowly down over Netanya in a fully-insured tandem parachute jump.
EXIT ROOM Haifa is[1]  a branch of the popular Exit Room activities located in Haifa. Groups of 3 or more visitors can pit their wits in either the The Ring[2]  or The Da Vinci Mysteries, voted the most difficult Escape Room in Israel
The AHAVA Visitors Center is located at Mitzpeh Shalem, near the Dead Sea. Visitors can buy AHAVA’s famous Dead Sea minerals’ cosmetics products, learn more about how they are made, hear lectures from cosmeticists and benefit from beauty and skincare tips from AHAVA’s own beauticians.
Eilat’s Underwater Observatory is gives non-divers an unmissable view of the real world under the waves, or you can go to the other extreme by ascending the tower to get a bird’s-eye view of the area. Tourists and locals alike love seeing the sea creatures who live in Eilat’s Coral Reef up close and in their own habitat.
The Hertzberg Winery on Moshav Sitriyah, near Rehovot, invites visitors to taste and tour this boutique winery. Owned and run by French immigrants, Hertzberg Winery is known for its Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot wines.
No matter what type of activity you’re looking for, you’ll find it on your dream vacation in Israel.

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