From the Golan to Eilat. A quick view of places in Israel

We have become accustomed to the idea of touring without getting out of our chairs, without our coffee getting cold or beer getting warm (except  of course, in England). For some of us, the Bible is something we read for comfort or knowledge, but for many it is far removed from our daily reality.
We have therefore created the Tour of Biblical Israel . This site is both a resource for our course in Biblical Geography, and is also designed as an educational and enjoyable site within itself, putting both the Land of Israel and the Bible in some perspective to which we can relate.

One of the nicest aspects of visiting Israel is that the Bible becomes alive . It is no longer , a "history book" or revelation, but an actual tour guide. Holding onto that thought, it is our hope that this site will provide you with a greater insight to both the Land of Israel and the Bible, whetting your appetite for more of either. Perhaps it will encourage you to finish your cup of coffee and take a walk - map in one hand, the Bible in the other.

So with a copy of the Bible in your hand , click on the map, and enjoy yourself. Oh - and don't read on the bus - it can make you car sick.

Eli Birnbaum
Robin Triestman




A city in the southern coastal plain of Eretz Israel


The Nahal Hermon Reserve (Banias)

Beer Tuvia

Moshav on the southern Coastal Plain of Israel

Beit Alfa

Beit Alfa is in the eastern Jezreel Valley at the foot of Mount Gilboa in Israel


A city on the Mediterranean coast south of Haifa, was originally known as Straton's Tower.


The Southern Golan

Kibbutz Ein-Gedi

Ein-Gedi is an oasis on the western shore of the Dead Sea and one of the most important archaeological sites in the Judean Desert.


A city on the coastal plain of central Israel, 14 miles south of Tel Aviv.

Tel Aviv Links

Tel Aviv Centenary Collection תל אביב חוגגת 100 שנה להקמתה

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