About Tel Aviv-Yafo
Tel Aviv is deeply rooted in Mediterranean culture with strong links to Latin history. When Jewish communities from Europe, North Africa, and South America arrived in Israel in the early 20th century, they brought with them a diverse dance culture that brewed exponentially, resulting in the heady mix of dance forms like salsa, kizomba, flamenco, jazz, hip hop, reggaetón, swing, ballet in their clubs and studios.THE FIRST STEPA detailed manual designed to help newbies find their feet in the city’s eclectic dance scene.
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It's incredible to walk in an oasis that King David and other Biblical luminaries visited in the Old Testament of The Bible. Hikes in Ein Gedi are relatively strenuous, so make sure you are adequately prepared. The waterfalls are beautiful and you can get your feet wet in the Nahal David, Ein Gedi or two other streams. Wildlife watchers will enjoy seeing the little rock hyrax, birds, ibex and gazelles.
We ended up being in Israel on Tel Aviv's biggest night...White Night! The whole city comes alive on their annual White Night with hundreds of free, outdoor concerts and performances until 4am in the morning. Hundreds of thousands of people lined the streets to celebrate, drink and have fun. Who cares about John Legend when you have White Night in one of my favorite places in the world???
Suzanne Dellal Center for Dance and Theater
Located in the hip Neve Tzedek, The Suzanne Dellal Centre for Dance and Theatre (suzannedellal.org.il) is the mecca of dance in Israel. They pride themselves on presenting some of the best Israeli contemporary dance companies like Kolben Dance Company, Israeli Flamenco Dance Company and the Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company. Performance schedules are put up online.