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Ein Evrona

Ein Evrona – עין עברונה Ein Evrona is an ancient well that is located on the edge of the Evrona salt marsh. In times gone by the water would rise ...

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Hazeva

Hazeva – חצבה This oasis, located in the Arabah valley, receives its waters from Ein (the spring of) Hazeva.  Its frontier location, situated on the crossroads of major ancient routes, ...

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Taba, Egypt

Many Israelis used to adventure to the Red Sea and enjoy this popular tourist destination in the Sinai region. Unfortunately, Israelis and international tourists are now advised not to cross ...

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Tel Yizrael

Ahab’s Yizrael – תל יזרעאל Yizrael (Jezreel) was a major Biblical city, and at the 9th C BC it was the northern capital of the Israel Kingdom. The Bible tells ...

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Discover Petra, Kingdom of Jordan

Tour to the ancient city of Petra –פטרה (Jordan), the fabled “rose red city,, 1-3 days, departing from Eilat or Tel Aviv . Petra was recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985. ...

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Moa

Moa – מואה A Nabatean site on the Spice Route, built in the 1st century, a world Heritage Site. The Incense Route and Desert Cities of the Negev reflects the hugely profitable ...

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Mitzpe Hashalom

Mitzpe Shalom – מצפה השלום, also known as Peace Lookout or Peace Vista, offers what is hands-down the most spectacular view you’ll find in Israel’s Southern Golan. The Hebrew name ...

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Brechat Hameshushim

Hexagon Pool – בריכת המשושים One of the best rewards of visiting the Golan (and the reason we visited this spot in the first place) is to experience the little known ...

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Israel National Trail

National Geographic notes the Israel National Trail (Shvil Yisrael – שביל ישראל) National Geographic magazine named the Israel National Trail (INT) one of the “World’s Best Hikes.” The special section ...

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Desert tourism in Israel

Tourists discover Israel’s Negev desert History and scenery come together for visitors to Israel’s Negev Desert. Israel’s Negev Desert accounts for more than 55 percent of Israel’s land, but only ...

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