As a western country, travel in Israel does cost more than in the rest of the Middle East. You’ll need to expect Western European prices and you’ll have no nasty surprises. Having said this, there are some ways that you can save the pennies and travel in Israel on even the tightest of budgets.
How to Save Money on a Trip to Israel
- Visit Israel in the Off-Season but not During Holidays. If you travel to Israel in the off-season you will get cheaper airfares and cheaper hotels.
- Free Attractions in Israel.
- National Parks Card.
- Israeli Public Transport.
- Eating in Israel on a Budget.
- Guided Group Tours.
As a western country, travel in Israel does cost more than in the rest of the Middle East. You'll need to expect Western European prices and you'll have no nasty surprises. Having said this, there are some ways that you can save the pennies and travel in Israel on even the tightest of budgets.
In Sedom (southern Dead Sea) the daily maximum temperature reached an outstanding high of 49.9°C, which is the highest temperature recorded in Israel since June 1942 (On June 21st 1942, 54°C was measured at Tirat Tzvi, the highest temperature ever recorded in Israel).Jul 25, 2019
In general, Israel is a surprisingly expensive country, particularly when compared to its nearby neighbors. Food is quite expensive so cooking whenever possible is your best option. Hotels are also very expensive. It's really hard to find budget accommodation but there are hostels throughout the country.
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|Hottest Month||August (82 °F avg)|
|Coldest Month||January (57 °F avg)|
|Wettest Month||January (2.19" avg)|
|Windiest Month||July (8 mph avg)|
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