Don’t miss the Best Things to Do in Eilat for some Red Sea experiences on your upcoming trip to holy land . By shuttle bus, you may reach Eilat from Tel Aviv or Jerusalem with ease. The southern city of Eilat is a great beach town to explore whether you are there for a few days or several weeks. Eilat is an excellent place to start tours of holy land, Jordan, and Egypt because there are so many things to do there and in the surrounding area. Here are our recommendations for the “Top 10” list out of so many options:
Just north of Eilat, in the desert, lies a stunning park called Timna. With more than 15,000 acres of land, it is home to the earliest copper mine in history and offers a variety of hiking paths. It is recommended to take a tour or shuttle from Eilat to the park.
If all you want to do is relax and get a tan. There are several beaches to select from in Eilat. While some beaches are more rural and quieter, others are connected to hotels and have lifeguards.
It is hard to ignore the imposing mountains that encircle Eilat from within the city. Your trek may be started in the Eilat Mountains Nature Reserve, which is close to the city. You may access the most stunning hiking trail in the area .
Are you feeling daring? Why not make an experiment? Try your hand at parasailing, stand-up paddleboarding, water skiing, kiteboarding, and wind surfing. In Eilat, there are several places where you may take classes or rent equipment to sate your want for adrenaline.
The water park will include interesting slides with cutting-edge technology features like broadcast screens. The park will have a 24-meter-high water slide, the tallest in the Middle East, as well as a sizable kids’ section.