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Timna Park

Timna Park is located close to Eilat in the Negev Desert and is one of largest attractions in the south of Israel. The park is known for it’s natural landscape including the red …

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Ramon Crater

Ramon Crater, also known as the makhteshim Ramon, forms Israel’s largest national park, the Ramon Nature Reserve. The crater is the world’s largest erosion crater or makhtesh and is part …

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Israel’s Negev Desert covers over half of Israel spanning the southern section of the country and includes the southern section of the Dead Sea. While Jerusalem is my favorite city, …

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Judean Desert

The Judean Desert is one of the world’s smallest, yet most unique desert regions. Throughout history, the Judean Desert has been an important, and well documented place. For example, it …

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Dead Sea

The Dead Sea is the lowest place on earth and is ten times saltier than that of the ocean which allows you to float in it. The Romans were the …

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