A Combination of short Hikes & Jeep Tours
The Lost City
A walk from Haggai Viewpoint to Haro’a Campsite. There is an ancient mosque here, next to mysterious structures which may have been used for pagan rituals. .
In spring we will enjoy beautiful flowers. At Haro’a Campsite we will tell the story of the pioneering shepherd lady who was one of the founders of Kibbutz Sde Boker. The hike ends at the Ben Gurion tomb site, with a specular view of the Zin Valley.
From the Masters of the Desert
to the Masters of the Vineyards
A tour of the ancient city of Avdat and its environments. Cisterns and reservoirs, remnants of a Nabatean-Byzantine city, early Christian churches, 2,000-year-old agricultural terraces, orchards, a meeting with local Bedouins of the ‘Azazme Tribe, option of visiting local agricultural farms – vineyards, olive oil and cheeses.
From the land of the Quarry
To the Land of Craters
A trip to the National park via the harem colors – once a quarry site where the plaster was sold and the hives, and today, after long rehabilitation, became a spectacular nature site.
Colourful rock walls, water pools in the heart of the desert and a historic site containing the clay roasting oven tell a story about a changing world.
Bamidbar (In the Desert)
Acquaintance with the Negev Mountain and the special people living in it.
A visit to farms, visit to the secret village and meetings with Bedouin shepherds in the area, tastings of excellent Negev wines, a visit to a desert oil press, acquaintance with artists and artisans in the Incense Routes Quarter in Mitzpe Ramon, and more.
A trip to Lotz Cisterns in the Upper Negev Mountain. In spring, the area between the cisterns and the impressive Pistacia atlantica trees is full of flowers of all colors.
These include unique vegetation such as the polychrome tulip, Helianthemum vesicarium and more.. This desert trip is a celebration for the eyes.