One of the main attractions of Eilat is the Red Sea, and the fantastic marine reefs are a must-see. In the Coral Beach Nature Reserve, there is a good way to enjoy them. There's a bridge taking you directly to the reefs, and from the bridge you are able to snorkel and see the marine life in the area. Diving equipment can be rented at the entrance.
The Banias Nature Reserve is located on Mount Hermon in northern Israel. If you need to switch things up in summer and fancy a change of scenery, this is the place to go! The waterfalls will lead to a frozen lake, surrounded by a beautiful park to visit. There are large caves which you can access from behind the waterfall, hidden away from any form of human life. This reserve is very exciting. Don't miss it!!
Although it is difficult to find life near the Dead Sea, this nature reserve is the exception. It has waterfalls, streams and plenty of animal species. This is due to the perennial fresh water springs that flow from the mountains of the Judean desert. There are plenty of trails to walk, you could spend an entire day easily following the paths of interest.