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Ashdod Sand Dune Park *

Ashdod Sand Dune Park: Sand dunes once dominated the coast of Israel with 462 square kilometres of dunes, of which over three-quarters were south of Tel Aviv. To date the dunes have been replaced ...

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The Negev *

The Negev is a is a desert region of southern Israel which comprises approximately 12,000 square kilometers (4,633 sq mi), more than half of Israel’s total land area. Geographically it is an extension of the Sinai Desert, forming a ...

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Metula *

Metula is the center of tourism in the Upper Galilee. Israel’s northernmost town is a quiet country village with a view of Mt. Hermon and the green Galilee landscapes. Many tourists and vacationers who ...

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Nahal Og Adventure for You*

About Nahal Og Looking for adventure? Want to discover the natural beauty of Israel? Go Nahal Og! Nahal Og drains of 112 square km from the Eastern slopes of Mount Scopus, ...

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Nachal Pratzim and Mitzpe Zohar *

Nachal Pratzim (Nahal Perazim) Nachal Pratzim is located in the Mishor Amiaz on Mt. Sodom. It is a very narrow gorge that was formed by flowing water eroding into the rather soft sedimentary ...

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Nachal Ayun *

Nachal Ayun Nachal Ayun Stream passes through The Iyon (Tanur) Stream Nature Reserve from the Ayun Valley in the “Finger of Galilee” south to the Hula Valley. There is a ...

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Neot Hakikar and Ein Plutit*

Looking for a refreshing place to stop on your way to Eilat? You can easily reach Ein Plutit salt water spring, near Neot Hakikar, from Masada, Arad, Dimona or Beer ...

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