Israel is about the size of the state of New Jersey. However, its small size packs varied terrains and typographies due to its location between three continents: Asia, Africa, and Europe. In total, Israel has over 60 natural reserves. On its southernmost border, in the city of Eilat, there is one of the most magnificent coral reefs on the planet. The warm, clean water helped prosper the coral reef, which is the most northern shallow water coral reef in the world. There, tourist can snorkel and scuba-dive among the different breeds of corals and fishes, but that is not all. You can snorkel with dolphins too in the Red Sea.
For those who want to stay dry, the coral world underwater observatory nearby has the largest public aquarium in the Middle East with 850 different species of wildlife and 20,000 animals overall. For nature lovers, Eilat is a must-go destination to see the unique and diverse wildlife of the Red Sea and its coral reef.