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Hakafot Shniyot after Simchat Torah in Sderot, Israel NES Mobile

Hakafot Shniyot in Israel

Join Hundreds, or even thousands, of people dancing together outdoors Hakafot Shniyot. Just throw into the mix of live music and ecstatic brotherhood the blessings.

Sukkot in Israel

Sukkot in Israel

Rosh Hashanah is already behind us, and Yom Kippur is fast approaching. As Sukkot draws near, many tourists come to spend Sukkot in Israel. Pop-up.

Ashkelon National park

Ashkelon National Park

Imagine enjoying the end of beach season at a campground and nature reserve, jeweled with well-preserved archeological finds, on one of Israel’s most beautiful beaches..

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City of David Jerusalem

The City of David (Ir David) is a great place to experience history and escape the heat, especially during the upcoming Chagim. It’s an ideal.

Cellular Network Coverage Throughout Israel

Your Connection: 4G LTE Cellular Network Coverage in Israel Visiting the Holy Land, your first priority might be to connect to ancient history and the.

Passover in Israel at the kotel - NES Mobile

Israel SIM Passover Specials

Israel SIM Plans Passover Specials Unlimited Calls & Unlimited Texts to Israel, USA & Canada Unlimited Data – 10 GB of Fast LTE 4G Data.

Watching Game with Live Sport Streaming in Israel

Israel SIM 4G – Student Plan 20GB Data

NES Mobile is happy to offer students in Israel an upgrade to their Israel SIM card student plan with UNLIMITED calls, text and 20GB of.

Coastline view of Tel-Aviv, viewed from Jaffa-nes-mobile

5 Tel Aviv Strolls for Tourists

Tel Aviv is a city of great beauty, complex cultures, and rich history. It lies next to the Mediterranean Sea and is the second largest.

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10 Travel Tips for People Visiting Israel for the First Time

Israel is one of the most fascinating countries to visit. With its rich history and religious significance as the holy land for Jews, Christians, Muslims,.