Many tourists visiting Israel for the first time might come with an image of desert, camels and the Golden Dome. Well, actually up to 60% of the land of Israel is a complete desert, with only 7% of the population living there.
In the Negev (the Israeli desert) we find stunning wild nature and amazingly interesting people.
Starting the day in Ein Avdat, a short one hour hike in a beautiful oasis and spring
From there to Avdat, ruins of a Nabataean- Roman-Byzantine city, one of the biggest ancient cities in Israel with breathtaking views
Then comes an exciting Bedouin lunch and traditional hospitality. The Bedouin have a fascinating nomadic culture which blends with Israeli modern society.
Last stop is Makhtesh Ramon, ‘the Israeli Grand Canyon’. This crater is an unusual phenomenon that you will never forget.
1. camel riding
2. wine and cheese tasting in a desert vineyard