LoveLoveIsrael began soon after we made Aliyah to Israel from London in August 2006. As our family grew, we wanted to see more and more of this beautiful and amazing country.
I had so many questions about where to go, what to bring, would the hike be too difficult, is there food available etc. but didn’t know how to find the answers…
So I started a Facebook group for a few friends, back in the early days of Facebook, and before I knew it the group grew by the dozens, then the hundreds and thousands – and now tens of thousands! People joined to offer advice and get recommendations on where to go in Israel. It became a Community. We now have a huge Facebook group and the website I built featuring all the valuable information everyone has shared gets over 40,000 hits each month!
The website is unique – a list of tried and tested things to do with children and families or as a couple or on your own in Israel – and you know they’ll be great because they’ve been recommended by people like YOU! Anglo-Israelis and tourists from all over the world coming together to share advice and ideas to help us all enjoy Israel that bit more. I am thrilled to hear from people from the world over about how LoveLoveIsrael made their vacation easier and a more special experience.
Thank you for being part of the LoveLoveIsrael community. Wishing you many amazing days and nights out in this wonderful country – keep sharing your experiences and you haven’t already, please join this amazing community who makes the most out of every hike, meal, stay or visit in Israel!
Feel free to contact me with feedback and ideas – I’d love to hear from you!
Below: Coverage of the website back in 2009 in Haaretz:
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