Expatriates with overseas health insurance may wish to relocate to Israel, as it has been described as a "land of adventure".
Melissa Ramsden, PR manager for the Israel Government Tourist Office, said the "incredible diversity in its landscape, culture and peoples" is remarkable for such a small nation.
Historical artefacts are commonplace, including "the oldest copper mine in the world", Timna Park, which was used by the ancient Egyptians, she declared.
Sportier people may prefer to involve themselves in the wide range of activities on offer, including sand-buggying, abseiling into deep craters and cycling across the desert, the expert continued.
A guide can take people through these locations and inform them of the life forms that exist in them or their geological and archaeological relevance, she added.
Signs in the country are printed in English, Hebrew and Arabic, making travel for expats straightforward, Ms Ramsden declared.
Israel – which is around the size of Wales – is not considered an unsafe country in the Adventure Tourism Development Index, despite the volatile politics of the region.