In Eilat, it’s simple to have fun all day because of the abundance of beaches, activities, and excursions. A excellent place to start your exploration of Jordan and Petra is the resort town, which is in the southernmost region of Palestine . Eilat’s Airport and the Ramon Airport are the two airports where flights land. Land travel from towns like Jerusalem and Tel Aviv takes roughly 4-6 hours. But the journey is worthwhile!

Eilat doesn’t have a lot of historically or culturally significant sites, but there are lots of things to do if you like the beach. Given the abundance of fantastic trips that depart from Eilat, it is strongly advised that you stay for more than 24 hours.


Take a morning trek to discover the natural splendor that surrounds the city of Eilat. Fantastic walks are available in the Eilat Mountains for hikers of all ages and skill levels. Timna Park is a Negev Desert location located around 25 kilometers north of Eilat. One of southern  most popular tourist destinations is this. In addition to having a variety of hiking paths, the park is also the location of one of the oldest copper mines in the world. On-site amenities include a restaurant and kid-friendly activities. See the beauty of this place and learn about its ecology and history.

  • Eilat Mountains
  • Timna Park
  • Negev Desert
  • Hiking trails
  • Oldest copper mines


Return to Eilat when the weather grows hotter. Depending on people’s interests, a variety of activities are offered.Eilat Beaches: This is a must-see for travelers to Eilat. There are 10 kilometres of Red Sea beachfront in Eilat. The water is always pleasant and is clean and transparent. Choose from one of the several beaches in Eilat to enjoy pebbles or fine sand. Among the options is Dolphin Reef, where guests may go dolphin swimming.

Water sports: Eilat offers a wide variety of activities if you’d prefer a more active afternoon. Water skiing, windsurfing, kitesurfing, and stand-up paddle boarding are all great ways to test your balance. If you’d rather view Eilat from the air, you can also try parasailing. There are several venues all across Eilat that provide instruction and equipment rentals for these sports. Check with your lodging since occasionally the hotel can arrange for rentals.

The two most well-liked water activities are diving and snorkeling. In Eilat, there are about 20 diving schools. If you are already qualified, register with one of the facilities . Snorkeling spots abound around the coastline, and renting equipment is not too expensive.

  • Eilat Beaches
  • Dolphin Reef
  • Water sports
  • Paddle boarding, water skiing, windsurfing, and kitesurfing
  • Snorkeling and Diving
  • Underwater Observatory Marine Park


Since Eilat is a tax-free zone, shopping is a preferred pastime for many tourists. Within a short distance, several retail malls can be found. The Mall Hayam Shopping Center is open till 2:00 and stocks brands from all around the world.

Sunset: Be sure to watch the sunset. Watch the stunning picture as the sun sets over the Eilat mountains as you stroll down the harbor.

Evening Desert Excursion: Take this three-hour tour in the Negev to explore the desert after dark if you want to escape the city in the evening. Prepare a traditional dinner while learning about the Bedouin people. Enjoy a 30-minute trek to some of the well-known desert sights thereafter.

Nightlife: Eilat offers a wide selection of eateries, pubs, and clubs. Close out your 24-hour stay in Eilat by picking the option that best suits your personality.

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