If you’ve already been to Israel and you’re young (at least in spirit), you might consider doing something “extreme” on your next visit. With tourism booming again, there are more and more opportunities for those who don’t know what they’re doing. The New York Times recently had an article on a variety of options for thrill-seekers, including rappelling, zip-lining, hiking, skydiving, mountain biking, and snuba-ing. Who wants to go look at an old pile of rocks with so many other possibilities?
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