StavHi ho I am stav and i love partys dancing animal and more i am much more chatty in real life alsow my english is better haha.
AnnaI’m Anna😊 I’m 22 years old and I live with my boyfriend in Tel Aviv. We’ve just returned after traveling abroad and we’re looking for new people to meet and especially nice people who are traveling here in Israel, Tel Aviv We’d be more than happy to host💖
MargaritaI’m planning my travel by myself so I would like to find some new friends!
Can host for 3 daysI’m planning my travel by myself so I would like to find some new friends!
Can host for 3 daysI’m Anna😊 I’m 22 years old and I live with my boyfriend in Tel Aviv. We’ve just returned after traveling abroad and we’re looking for new people to meet and especially nice people who are traveling here in Israel, Tel Aviv We’d be more than happy to host💖
Can host for 3 daysHi there, my name is Yuval, but my friends call me lluvia. I have been traveling the world alone for several years now, and after a break in the Corona period, I am so excited to return to this love of world travel! Things you should know about me? I like to meet new places, usually non-touristy, love animals, dogs person, I like to get to know new music, dance (I am a great leader) and get to know new cultures. Nature is the place that feels most comfortable and relaxed to me. My goal is to keep love to travel and get to know people from the countries I travel to. Hope to see you soon!
TessaHi! I’m A 27 year old student who studies politcs. I love a good night out but also a night in with a good political debate and some beers. I’m a gym girl so I love working out but I think everything is about balance. You mostly wont notice me I’m even there and I need time to open up but when you get to know me i’m pretty outgoing and fun
based on 3 experiences
I went there for my first solo trip recently, had the best time. I kind of did it cause I have family there, so it was less scary to go on my own, but still a great place to venture out. I stayed in a great hostel with lots of events, so it was easy to meet people too. I truly enjoyed it.
I just went in July and loved it! Some of my favorite things: Jerusalem (highly recommend, can be a day trip): - Western Wall (make sure your knees/ shoulders are covered) - Old city - Church of the Holy Sepulture - Via Dolorosa - Western Wall Tunnels tour - Yad Vashem (Holocaust Memorial) - Tower of David Museum (they also have an awesome light show at night) Tel Aviv: - beaches - Palmach Museum - Museum of the Jewish People - Day trip to Haifa (Baha’i Gardens are gorgeous)
Israel is a very safe country. I bought their Rav-Kav card (for the public transport) but ended up walking all the time. In Tel Aviv I do suggest not walking at night especially the area close to Hahagana train station and bus central station, nothing happened to me but I felt indeed uncomfortable walking in the middle of the night. As for Jerusalem, if you want to visit sights, definitely cover up. Otherwise they are quite used to tourists that wear shorts and tops. I was never out alone in Jerusalem, but it felt super safe during night (I was staying close to Yehuda Market).
Yes, Israel is generally safe for solo female travelers. However, it is important to take the same precautions as you would in any other country. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid walking alone at night, and dress modestly.
Yes, Israel is a great destination for solo travelers. Israel is a safe and welcoming country with a lot to offer. There are plenty of activities and attractions to explore, and the people are friendly and helpful. The country is also very easy to navigate, with good public transportation and plenty of English-speaking locals.
Yes, Israel can be expensive for solo travelers. Prices for accommodation, food, and transportation can be higher than in other countries. However, there are ways to save money, such as staying in hostels, eating at local restaurants, and taking public transportation.
Hebrew is the official language of Israel, but English is widely spoken.
The currency in Israel is the Israeli Shekel (ILS).
Depending on your nationality, you may need a visa to enter Israel. Check with your local Israeli embassy or consulate for more information.
There are no mandatory vaccinations for travelers to Israel, but it is recommended that you are up to date on routine vaccinations.
Israel is generally a safe country to visit, but there is a risk of terrorism and political unrest. Be sure to stay informed of the latest news and security updates before and during your trip.
Israel has a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters.
Israel has an extensive public transportation system, including buses, trains, and taxis.
There is a wide range of accommodation options in Israel, from budget hostels to luxury hotels.
Generally, the best time to visit Israel is during the spring (March-May) and fall (September-November) when temperatures are mild and the country is in full bloom. Summer (June-August) is also a popular time to visit, but temperatures can be quite hot.
Yes, Israel is generally safe to travel alone. However, it is important to be aware of your surroundings and take the necessary precautions to ensure your safety. Be sure to research the areas you plan to visit and familiarize yourself with local laws and customs.