Welcome to the true story of BDS:

Beautiful Diverse Sensational



Did you know? With less than 1,000 kilometers from the Red Sea to the northern border – the Israel National Trail was ranked by National Geographic as one of the top 20 epic trails worldwide...

Indeed, Israel is a breathtaking country, offering magnificent views, golden beaches, green landscapes, vast deserts, snowy mountaintops and vibrant cities nestled between thousands of years’ worth of extraordinary historical and cultural sites.

Like its topography, Israel’s citizens have a unique inner and outer beauty – consisting of a fusion of immigrant communities which have come together from all corners of the globe in a common vision and a rich culture that defines Israel.


Did you know? Although its national food is the Falafel - only Tokyo and New York City surpasses Tel Aviv's sushi consumption per capita. Now that's fusion!

In Israel, all people; Jews and Arabs, Muslims and Christians, religious and secular, as well as LGBTQ reside together in a bastion of coexistence in the heart of the Middle East.

The country has come to signify openness, personal expression and freedom to live and let live.

A collage of cultures, customs and traditions are what helped Israel forge itself as a symbol for making the desert bloom and turning it into an oasis of tolerance.


Did you know? Israel has absorbed more immigrants than any other country, in its short history, with newcomers from more than 100 countries.

Indeed, Israel’s beauty and variety make it a sensational place to experience while providing a quick, fascinating and dynamic lifestyle for its citizens and tourists alike. You will be pleasantly surprised to discover the country’s vast and varied culinary, music and art scene, which combines dozens of styles from its diverse population stemming from around the world.

Life in Israel is innovative, while at the same time, still connected to its rich history. Israel is a destination filled with warmth, openness, and love that will leave everyone who visits with memories (and friends!) to last a lifetime.