Learning to surf in Tel Aviv, Israel at iSUp.co.il. Living out a lifelong dream and sharing what I learned!
Givat HaTitora has been used continuously for 6000 years. Starting from the Chalcolithic period, and continued in the Bronze, Iron, Persian, Hellenistic (including the Hasmonean), Roman, Byzantine, Early Islamic, Crusader, Ayyubid, Mamluk and Ottoman periods.
Searching for the sharks in Hadera, Israel. The elusive sharks visit the power plant in Hadera once or twice a year to escape the cold waters of the Mediterranean Sea.
We went searching for an Air Force Memorial Airplane in the Forest and we found a beautiful picnic area and an extreme mountain biking trail!
Over the last year, I have explored these off-the-beaten-track areas. Some of my favorite areas to explore are around the centrally located Modiin. I have created an ever-growing video playlist on YouTube of these adventures so you can watch and plan your adventures in advance.
We explored Tel Ayalon in search of the House of Arches and flew my DJI Mavic Mini in a cave! Along the beautiful hiking trail in Tel Ayalon, there are many species of cacti as well as huge fig trees that are a tree climbers dream.
I took my kids to explore a local Tomb of the Unknown. When I was in elementary school I was obsessed with hieroglyphics, treasure maps, and treasures in ancient Egypt. Being able to pick up the kids from school and take them to explore ancient ruins and an actual tomb is unbelievable!
I took my 2 oldest to explore Ayalon Canada Park located in central Israel between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. We discovered the Tomb of Ibn Jabal, a cave, and PHD student, Tomer Urca, who is tracking giant beetles with mini trackers! Oh, and there are also some incredible drone shots of the park and its breathtaking views!