What to bring as a gift from Israel

What to bring as a gift? This perennial problem is usually bothering tourists from the first days of travel. We want to give something unusual, but special for the country and not very expensive - because every one has a lot of friends.

On this page we will publish not standard traveler's ideas what to bring as a gift.

If you can replenish our ideas - indtravel.admatgmail.com (write us) 

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Chocolate "Sukariot koftsot" made by company Elite. Children very like it . In contact with saliva in the mouth occur tiny explosions that tickle and amuse them. The price of such a souvenir 3-4 dollars. You can find it in any supermarket. Looks like that:


Note. This company produces many kinds of chocolate. To find the one I'm talking about, you need to look for a picture, which painted sequins at the corners of chocolate slices. Like here.

Gottex (swim suit company) - Gottex is the leading fashion brand of bathing suits in the world. The swimsuits they produce are expensive and can be found in limited, exclusive stores around the world. In Israel, however, you can find a Gottex bathing suit for about $100 in almost every store where bathing suits are sold.

Wrinklefree silk tablecloths - Prices range from $10 to $50 depending on size. The main feature of these tablecloths that no permanent stains will remain on them. They do not need ironing or washing, simply wetting them is enough. Lastly, these tablecloths looks fantastic and come in all sorts of colours.

Amulets made from ornamental stones – Amulets from the Holy Land made of ornamental stones (also known as Jerusalem stones) can be bought in any large souvenir stores and bookstores.

Hookah/Nargila/Sheesha – A water pipe used for smoking herbal fruits that has always been very popular in the East. Sold mostly in the markets. (Hebrew: “nargila”.)  

Dead Sea products – High-quality, inexpensive creams and mud packs. Best bought in the Duty Free at the airport. There is also a big Ahava (top maker of Dead Sea products) store in Massada where there are always tons of sales and where you will also find the lowest prices for these high-quality products.

Massada mountain, Dead Sea region,

Tel:+972 86584319/27

Fax:+972 86584320  
Israeli dry wines – Any wines found in supermarkets and costing upwards of 30 shekels are of excellent quality.

Menorah (Hanukia) –  Nine-stick candelabra used during the Jewish holiday of Chanukah. While this is a religious artifact, it can also be used as a decorative candelabra for your candles. They come in various interesting designs and are very symbolic of Israel.

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