Holidays in Israel
    Israel’s top ten tourist destinations
    National parks and animals are the hottest Israeli spots for visitors, according to a list released by Dun & Bradstreet.
    Business information gurus Dun & Bradstreet recently released a Top 10 list of the most visited pay-to-enter tourist sites in Israel.
    Capturing first place on the list is the ancient Masada fortress, site of the first-century great revolt of the Jews against the Romans, and today a symbol of heroism.
    The remaining spots were taken by:

    - Jerusalem’s Tisch Family Zoological Gardens
    Caesarea National Park  on the Mediterranean coast
    The Banias Nature Reserve all the way up north
    Ramat Gan’s Safari Park
    Ein Gedi Nature Reserve
    Hamat Gader hot springs on the Golan Heights
    Eilat’s Underwater Observatory Marine Park
    - The caves of Qumran, where the Dead Sea scrolls were discovered in 1947
    The Yamit 2000 Water Park  just outside of Tel Aviv.
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