Time factors to be taken when planning a visit to Israel.
The visit to Israel depends on some important factors that you have to work for yourselves (as in the season of the Jewish holidays. Perhaps you’d prefer a cooler time to visit rather than melting during the summer).
GMT is also known as Greenwich Mean Time. GMT is also known to be three (3) hours behind Jerusalem, which at the time of Israel.
Time in the Middle East Israel, is known to be UTC + 02: 00. While Israel Summer (Daylight) Time, UTC + 03: 00
Amarillo Israel Standard Time (GMT + 2)
Israel Daylight saving time (GMT +3) gray colors indicate areas that are not in with the TSI or TDI.
Israel Standard Time (IST) In Hebrew it says that שעון ישראל she’on Yisra’el “Israel Time” is usually two hours ahead of the UTC (GMT + 02: 00).
The best time to visit Israel
Israel is a paradise for hikers in February if you do not mind getting a little wet. The hills of Judea and Galilee and the Golan Heights are covered with wild flowers and grass, and the weather was cool in the 50s and 60s Israel scored more per square meter of hiking trails than any other country and is an ideal place to explore but ensure bringing your rain gear.
March and April:
Jewish holidays and also great for a religious pilgrimage. The rainy season ends, the temperature is in the 70s, and pools and beaches are open to the public. Easter and Passover experience for pilgrims, but also attract masses of tourists who flock to the Holy Land.
The weather is perfect, no crowds, rare rain and absolutely beautiful and scenery. If you are lucky enough to see day Israel Independence and Memorial Day, these holidays are something to see. The Jewish holiday of Shavuot (Pentecost or the Feast of Weeks) is also mainly in May and is a great celebration for the religious.
This is the best time to hit the beach, which is up to 11 hours and after 16 hours, and the entire city of Tel Aviv seems to go to the beach these days.
The time starts to cool, and jams disappear. Make sure you do not land in Israel on the eve of Yom Kippur, however, as the whole country is paralyzed. No cars, no restaurants, no bars are open. You will find lots and lots of children riding their bikes down empty highways and boulevards.
The good weather and no crowds, but after a long summer without rain, the country is in lethargy dust, beige. This is not the best time of year to visit.
Jenuary and December:
Can be cold and wet, while January is definitely cool and damp, but at the end of December and January are the best for an authentic experience of Christmas. (If you want tickets for the midnight mass in Bethlehem in the Church of the Nativity, however, book at least a year in advance!) At the end of January 3rd is in the off-season and good deals can be found.