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Eilat is a port city situated on the southernmost tip of Israel and serves as the country’s point of egress to the Red Sea. This desert metropolis is a popular destination for adventurers looking for beach getaways and thrilling desert adventures. Beyond the city are breathtaking beaches, an outstanding dolphin-inhabited reef, snorkeling and scuba diving spots, and lush deserts to explore. Plus, you can easily access natural treasures like the Red Canyon, the Red Sea and Dead Sea, the legendary Mount Sinai, the ruins of Petra, and more.

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10 May MON 39° 29°
11 May TUE 36° 26°
12 May WED 36° 24°
13 May THU 35° 24°
14 May FRI 36° 24°
15 May SAT 37° 24°
16 May SUN 39° 24°

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About Eilat

Eilat is a port city situated on the southernmost tip of Israel and serves as the country’s point of egress to the Red Sea. This desert metropolis is a popular destination for adventurers looking for beach getaways and thrilling desert adventures. Beyond the city are breathtaking beaches, an outstanding dolphin-inhabited reef, snorkeling and scuba diving spots, and lush deserts to explore. Plus, you can easily access natural treasures like the Red Canyon, the Red Sea and Dead Sea, the legendary Mount Sinai, the ruins of Petra, and more.

Local weather

  • OCT - MAR
    23° 11°

    Winter

  • APR - SEP
    40° 26°

    Summer

General info

  • Time Zone
    GMT +02:00

  • Currency
    Israeli New Shekel

    1USD = 3.25ILS

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