Traveling on a budget? A great way to travel without breaking your wallet is staying at hostels, plus you get to meet some really cool people too! Israel has some really amazing hostels! Some of our favorite hostels also organize amazing tours and regularly throw really cool parties. A bed in a dorm costs on average $25 per night, and a private room for couples costs on average $70 per night. Keep on reading to find the Best Hostels All Across Israel.
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When it comes to Tel Aviv, we are the experts. If you are looking for a cool hostel in the non-stop city, we have got you covered. Check out our guide for Best Hostels in Tel Aviv, and enjoy your stay, it’s an amazing city!
There are loads of great hostels in Jerusalem, and it’s a great way to save money and meet new people from all over the world! Most of the fun hostels are in downtown Jerusalem. Check out our Best Hostels in Jerusalem guide to find the perfect one for you.
With 360 days of sun a year, a loud nightlife, scuba diving and swimming with dolphins, beaches, and awesome spring break parties… You don’t need to leave Israel or to break the bank to have a great weekend away! Check out our Best Hostels in Eilat guide to find the perfect stay.
Welcome to Haifa, Israel’s third largest city! Located in the North, Haifa is a port city that stretches from the Mediterranean Sea all the way up to Mount Carmel. Famed for the Bahá’í Gardens, Haifa has many hidden treasures throughout the city! Check out our guide for the Best Hostels in Haifa to find the perfect one for you.
The Dead Sea is the world’s lowest point located almost 1000 feet below sea level. As well as visiting and floating in the Dead Sea, another cool place to visit nearby is Masada – the last refuge for the Jews against the Roman Empire in AD 73. Visit this incredible region and stay at one of the Best Hostels in the Dead Sea.
With beautiful nature, magical cities and many fun activities, the North area of Israel is not to be missed, luckily, it is also one of the areas with the coolest hostels, so you can have a vacation full of nature and adventure without breaking the bank. Check out our Best Hostels in the North of Israel guide to find the perfect stay.
The South of Israel is a beautiful part of the country filled with all kinds of activities in the desert, bedouin tents, natural reserves, wineries and much more. If you are looking for incredible hostel or camping lodge in this region, check out our Best Hostels in South Israel guide.
If you still haven’t made up your mind on where you want to have your next vacation, or just feeling curious about Israel’s Hostel scene, check out our Ultimate Best Hostels in Israel guide, a long list of top hostels.