An ESRA tour to the Harel forest near Jerusalem reveals the history hidden in the Machal and Gachal sites. The group visited memorial sites to the fallen commanders and soldiersMore...
Amy Avgar visited the Samaritan community in Luzia at the foot of Mount Gerizim, an area that is mentioned in the Bible. The Samaritans claim to be descended from the tribes of Ephraim and Menasseh. They follow Jewish law, celebrate the festivals and Shabbat, and serve in the army.More...
The walking group "Raanan" started as a tribute 33 years ago to the memory of Raanan who was killed in an accident. This account of a 3-day trek in the Negev describes stunning views, walks and climbs – altogether challenging, worthwhile and enjoyable.More...
A descriptive journey through Nahal Zin at Sde Boker where David and Paula Ben-Gurion are buried. The spectacular views, sculptured rock formations, thriving vegetation and numerous Ibex, pre–historic rock paintings, are just some of the outstanding scenes to be seen on a journey through this part of the Negev.More...
The transformation of Kibbutz Kramim began six years ago - from 12 families to almost 50 and the waiting list is long. It is no longer a “socialized kibbutz”, but is classified as a “renewed kibbutz”. While it has retained essential kibbutz features, it has grown significantly and, as part of its growth, offers comfortable accommodation to visitors.More...
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