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Mount Tzfachot

Mt Tzfachot Circular Trail Climb Har Tzfachot on the southern tip of the Eilat Mountain range in the The Eilat Mountains Nature Reserve. This almost circular 4km hike culminates in superb ...

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Israel: Seeing is Believing!

Many artists have attempted to describe the “Israel Experience” in one short video. We see lovely stills and movie shots, archaeology, history, geology, markets, religions and bikinis all calling out, ...

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Eilat Off-side

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This city is multi-dimential. You can chose you favorite flavour and venue from among beaches, nightlife, underwater,snorkeling, diving, a cruise in the Red Sea, swimming, glass bottomed boats and dolphins . ...

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Yitzhak Rabin Terminal

The Yitzhak Rabin Terminal, formerly known as the Arava Terminal, serves as a border crossing between Israel and Jordan for Israelis and foreign tourists, with the exception of residents of ...

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Shacharut

Han Shacharut Han Shacharut (Chan Shacharut) used to be a very nice retreat center, on the ridge overlooking the Arava Valley. You could stay in beduin style tents (pretty formidable ...

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Kibbutz Lotan

   The Center for Creative Ecology The Kibbutz Lotan Center for Creative Ecology (CfCE) is rooted in “Tikkun Olam” — the Jewish concept for repairing and transforming the world – ...

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Hai-Bar Wildlife Preserve

Hai-Bar Wildlife Preserve  – שמורת טבע חי–בר יוטבתה was founded in the beginning of the 70’s to re-introduce wild animals that are mentioned in the Bible, and are now extinct or close ...

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Amram Pillars

Five sandstone pillars at the foot of the western cliff of the Amram crater, at the source of Nakhal Amram. Next to the pillars is a concentration of copper-digging burrows ...

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