Everyone knows that Israel is a sacred place for both Jews and Gentiles alike. The country also has some impressive archaeological sites and ruins such as Tzippori, which served as the Roman capital of Galilee. You must also see the Dead Sea and after your floating visit, you should check out the surrounding areas, home to one of Israel’s most attractive oases with waterfalls and natural springs. Israel has so much potential, not only spiritually but also historically and culturally.
The Israel Golf Federation says: “Golf is still a relatively new sport in Israel and two golf courses are operating and more are planned, both to meet growing demand within the country and in the attempt to promote the requirements of quality tourism.” Caesarea Golf Club is considered Israel’s premier course and the other course is at Gaash Golf Club. With a wonderful climate and a diverse landscape, who knows where Israel might be on the golfing stage in 10 years time?
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