Eilat Discovered

Resting at the northern tip of the Red Sea, Eilat is Israel’s southernmost city and gateway to marine commercial activities toward the South and Indian oceans. Eilat is a bustling and popular resort city, and its location on the Gulf of Eilat (also referred to as the Gulf of Aqaba), places it at the junction of four international borders joining Israel, Jordan, Egypt and Saudi Arabia. Featured as one of the world’s most spectacular snorkeling and diving attractions with its famous Red Sea underwater reefs, Eilat is a popular winter resort for visitors from the cold northern nations.