Guided tours in Eilat

Everyone can find something to enjoy in Eilat, whether you are interested in its history and culture, architecture, great art, or delectable cuisine.

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Can Eilat really be seen in a single day?

Visiting Eilat can be an exciting adventure. It's a small southern Israeli port, located on the Red Sea, and offers a wide variety of attractions.

Dolphin Reef

Located in Eilat, the Dolphin Reef is an ecological marvel. It is a unique ecological site in Israel, and even in the world. It aims to preserve the natural environment and foster mutual respect between humans and animals. It is a great place to learn about dolphins and other marine creatures.

The Dolphin Reef is the largest aquarium in the Gulf of Eilat, and is accessible by driving or taking a bus from the city center. Its entrance fee is not expensive. The cost includes all the equipment needed to participate in activities. There is also a cafe, souvenir shop, and restrooms on-site. The dolphins are a highlight of the experience, but it is not the only attraction.

The dolphins at the Reef are protected by the National Parks and Nature Reserve Authority, and the Navy. They can be observed under the water during special guided swims.

Mosquito

During July, mosquitoes carrying West Nile virus were discovered in the Eilat area. The Health Ministry called for extra precautions to avoid infection and for the public to use insect repellents.

In addition, the Environmental Protection Ministry demanded the Eilat Municipality to monitor the situation and carry out pest control measures. The Eilat Regional Council was asked to do so as well.

The Syrian-African rift zone is known to be an endemic region for WNF. The presence of the virus in the mosquitoes was confirmed with RT-PCR. The virus was detected in the salivary glands and Malpighian tubules of the mosquitoes that were infected by the IT route. The anterior midgut and hingut of the mosquitoes were refractory to infection, while the posterior midgut was consistently infected.

The virus was also detected in the ovaries of F1 progeny of infected females. It is not known whether the virus can be transmitted to the F2s.

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Bazaar

Located on the North Promenade, Bazaar Eilat features 60 authorized stalls. While its most obvious draw is food and beverages, you will also find jewelry, clothing and other baubles.

Among the market's more interesting offerings, you will find the new and improved Terminal Market, a 2000 m2 complex on the site of the former airport. The site is being transformed into a food court, recreational areas and interesting commercial collaborations. It will also have the largest number of shops in Israel, and will feature the biggest aquarium in the country.

There are a variety of other noteworthy sites to visit, including the Carmel Market, an 80 year old relic with a few modern day twists, and the new Kings City theme park. During the summer months, the promenade is abuzz with activity.

Camel Ranch

Located in Eilat, Israel, the Camel Ranch offers an opportunity to ride camels and enjoy the desert. The Ranch has a rope park with 700 meters of action. The rope park features a climbing wall, swings, and a zip line. The park is also home to a variety of other activities.

The rope park is the largest of its kind in Israel. The park includes three levels of difficulty. There is a swinging web, a 17 meter high climbing wall, and the longest zip line in Israel.

The rope park also features a rock climbing wall. This is one of the biggest attractions in Eilat. The rope park is a fun activity for the entire family.

Another fun activity is the Bungo Jump attraction. In addition to the rope park, the ranch offers a range of safaris and excursions.

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Day tours

Whether you're a family with children or a single traveler looking for adventure, Eilat day tours are the perfect way to experience the wonders of the Red Sea. From ancient monuments to water sports, Eilat offers a wide range of activities for travelers of all ages. There are a variety of day tours to choose from, all of which can be customized for your specific needs.

For the adventurous traveler, you can join a day tour to Wadi Rum, a wilderness area smack in the middle of Jordan. The tour includes transportation, entrance fees and a guiding service. The day ends with a transfer to Eilat.

Another day trip you can take from Eilat is to Ein Gedi. This excursion takes you to a beautiful cliff, hot springs and mineral-rich water. You can also explore a UNESCO-listed monastery.

Excursions and day trips from Eilat

Located on the border of Jordan and Israel, Eilat is a beautiful city on the Red Sea. There are many excursions and day trips from Eilat that visitors can take advantage of. Some of the most popular include camel rides to the Eilat Mountains Nature Reserve and a safari trip to the Timna desert. There is also an underwater observatory and coral reefs for those interested in the natural world.

For those interested in history, the Petra & Wadi Rum Tour from Eilat is the perfect choice. This two-day excursion will allow you to explore the desert and learn about the rich culture of the region.

The Petra excursion includes transportation, lunch, and guided explorations of the archaeological site. The guide will provide information on the ancient ruins and explain the history of the city. During the tour, you will pass various shrines, temples, and tombs. You will also have time to hike to the monastery, if you choose to.

For a more adventurous experience, you can also try an open-water dive. This experience is ideal for adults and children over eight years old. You will be able to enjoy a one-hour swim, as well as a dive of up to six meters. The instructor will give you an introductory lesson before taking you out for a real dive.

If you want to spend more time in Eilat, you can take a day trip to the Dead Sea. This trip takes only 2 hours and 15 minutes from Eilat by car.

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