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Zin River

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Negev Desert, Beersheba Israel
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Tour through the Negev Desert & the Dead Sea
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Tour through the Negev Desert & the Dead Sea

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Our Negev Desert Tour is both a historical tour and an experience of enjoying the nature and customs of the Bedouin people that inhabit the area. We start the morning with a visit to the ruins of Tel Beer Sheva to then go for an exotic camel ride, have lunch in a Bedouin restaurant overlooking the Dead Sea and then enjoy its beaches, ending the day by taking a walk through the oasis of Ein Gedi.
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Uri E wrote a review Apr 2019
Ramat Gan, Israel186 contributions20 helpful votes
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the best desert seen in Israel. the tomb of the first Israeli prime minister Ben Guryon. best place to mountain bike
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Date of experience: April 2019
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garyslevine wrote a review Dec 2018
New York City, New York101 contributions37 helpful votes
General dry till the northern rains then unexpectively floods. An interesting part of the topography and geology of the area
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Date of experience: November 2018
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David L wrote a review Aug 2018
Jerusalem, Israel25 contributions5 helpful votes
This is a great natural site to visit in the North Negev desert.site. If you are lucky you will also see gazelles and rock rabbits and vultures/eagles as well. Make sure you have hats, good walking shoes/boots and lots of water. It can get hot. I was a guide here in the past.,
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Date of experience: September 2017
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michaelsZ9233FB wrote a review Jul 2018
Pittsburgh, United States99 contributions48 helpful votes
Negev is an unusual place, but to understand it and enjoy it, one should have a nice and knowledgeable guide to show the best of it. If you have one (or similar to one), check different parts of Negev especially in a spring. Blooming flowers is another unusual character of this desert.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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Nanna wrote a review Apr 2018
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I started the walk from Midreshet Ben-Gurion. I followed a 4x4 road for 1,5-2 hours to a little parking lot. From there it took about 20 minutes until I got to the spring. It was a small spring, but very beautiful with a nice temperature. It was so lovely to take a little swim in the heat. From there I took the green trail that went up to a small mountain. On the mountain I passed a beduin camp where I bought some delicious food and tea. From there it took me about 20 minutes to get to the starting point with a parking lot. The walk took about 6 hours with a break in the spring and the beduin camp. It was a good walk with some stunning views. I recommend everyone to go this haik! And remember to bring water with you.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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