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...
A 78-year-old diary shares the experiences and insights of a young British woman who sailed to the Middle East in 1933-1934 and travelled to sites in Egypt and Palestine.More...
When camping doesn’t appeal to you anymore, try glamping, which is on the rise in Israel. Glamping is camping with hot showers, mattresses, pillows, clean bathrooms, outdoor kitchens, and already-pitched tents. Here’s one such experience in the Golan Heights.More...
What a variety of things were seen in this 10m kilometer ESRA walk along the underdeveloped beach in northern Israel. Archeological excavation, crusader remains, Atlit military camp, now a museum. Nature’s presence was everywhere including unique sand stone ridges, turtles who nest on the beach and wonderful fields of purple thyme.More...
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