The Israeli desert affords endless adventures : hidden canyons and springs, oases, and water cisterns. Camel-riding, jeep tours, biking, Bedouin feasts, dune-sliding and bathing in the Dead Sea are just a few of the options for touring and exploring the special Israeli desert.
- Dead Sea: Ein Gedi and Nahal Tamar Canyon
- Camel Riding
- Makhtesh Ramon: Visitors' Center and Jeep Tour in the Crater
- Biking and the Vast Sand Dunes
- Small groups - 3-14 travelers
- Drive to Ein Gedi Reserve
- Hike in the Ein Gedi Reserve which abounds in hiking paths of different lengths.
- Meet the ibex, a species typical of the Negev and Judean Deserts
- Nahal Tamar Canyon
- Descend dry waterfalls 10 to 25 m. high
- View over the Dead Sea and the Moab Mountains
- Bathing in the Dead Sea.
- Camel riding
- Visit an isolated private farm in the Negev, based on desert agriculture.
- Arrival at a Bedouin camp.
- Bedouin "hafla" and campfire.
- Mitzpe Ramon, highest town in the Negev
- A jeep tour in Makhtesh Ramon
- Evening walk on the brinks of Makhtesh Ramon-the largest geological crater in the world.
- The Gamal Mountain
- Biking in Nitzana
- Monument of peace and an outlook over the Israel- Egypt border.
- Sandboarding down a huge sand dune.
- Return to Tel Aviv
6 nights in good tourist/first class hotels
Meals: 6 breakfasts and 4 dinners, 1 Bedouin Hafla
A/C tourist vehicle
English speaking licensed tour guide
Entrance fees: Ein Gedi national park, Camel ride, 1 day Jeep Tour
Beverages with meals
Anything not mentioned