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Nahal HaBesor

Nahal HaBesor Eighty km long Nahal HaBesor is the longest river in Israel’s Negev from Mount Boker near Sde Boker to the Mediterranean. The Besor River traverses the Agur-Halutza sand dunes. Nahal ...

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Mitzpe Revivim

Three Lookouts The Three Lookouts (Shloshet HaMitzpim) – Revivim, Gvulot, and Beit Eshel  – were three Jewish settlements built in the Negev desert in 1943 ostensibly to conduct geological and hydrological surveys, ...

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Hamakhtesh Hakatan

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On the Way to Hamakhtesh Hakatan The Small Crater (5 km by 7 km) is the smallest among the 5 large unique geologic depression forms known as Makhteshim (geological erosion cirques) in ...

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Shvil HaSalat (The Salad Trail)

The Salad Trail – Shvil HaSalat Do you want an unforgettable experience in the greenhouses of the Habsor region in the northern Negev? Join a Salad Trail (Shvil HaSalat) tour planned and ...

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Avdat, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, was founded by Nabatean traders, the masters of those caravans as a way station on this Incense Route. At the visitor center a short film ...

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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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Ein Yorkeam

Ein Yorkeam is a large, beautiful spring, part of the Hatira Stream -a desert oasis with ruins from the Roman period , hidden under a deep ridge that floods the entire ...

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Eilat Off-side

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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Mamshit National Park The 2000 year old Nabatean city of Mamshit has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and it is definitely worthy of this honor. Mamshit National Park is located on ...

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Ein Saharonim The Nabatean Spice Road followed the water sources through the Negev. This spring is one of the stations.  It is named after the Saharon plant (Cocculus pendulus) which grows abundantly ...

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