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Phone: 0777295743
Address: Gvulot
Email: tour@tgvulot.co.il

Gvulot Lookout

Gvulot Lookout

The first lookout to be established in the Negev in 1943. The site offers visitors a wide range of activities. The site has a unique restoration of systems for collecting rainwater which served the town until the arrival of the water pipe in 1947. Gvulot lookout shows the original water pipe which has laid in the sandy ground for 60 years. The water pipe, along with the water collection plant have been signposted and prepared for receiving audiences. Our story begins in May 1943 and continues today in visits, fun activities, day and night, summer and winter....

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Phone: 077-7295702
Address: The Salad Trail
Email: alonfarm@netvision.net.il

Shvil HaSalat (the Salad Trail)

Shvil HaSalat (the Salad Trail)

One of the leading attractions in the area, where you can enjoy picking cherry tomatoes, tour the hothouses and see the race of the carrier pigeons....

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Open Days: Su

Phone: 0777295825
Address: Kokhav Michael
Email: 7955560@gmail.com

Kochav Archers

Kochav Archers

The sport of archery is ancient and special, instills concentration, self-control, personal work and mostly fulfillment and ambitiousness. The site has an archery range for various distances and up to 70 meters, and about 10 archery stands. The club owns all equipment required for learning archery, and it is available for new trainees, free of charge, for several months, until the trainee decides to purchase equipment suitable personally for him. Workshops for groups, workplaces, families and fun activity days. Every workshop lasts between one and a half hours and two hours....

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Phone: 077-7295753
Address: HaBsor National Park (Eshkol Park)
Email: batshevas@npa.org.il

Park Eshkol

Park Eshkol

Habsor springs: on the banks of the Habsor stream – one of the largest in the country, is the Eshkol Park, mostly planted by man (the Jewish National Fund, the Israel Nature and Parks Authority and the Regional Council Merhavim have joined in developing and operating the Park). The Park is a green point and a source of attraction for tourists in the northern Negev. Each season “colors” the Park and its surrounding area in different colors, and in February – March, the entire area is painted “anemone red” – a breathtaking view calling us to go outside into nature and smell the blossoms....

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Open Days: MoTuWeThFrSa

Phone: 077-7295716
Address: Beeri
Email: lamedavesh@beeri.co.il

La Medavesh

La Medavesh

For the experienced cyclists: the Be’eri single track was built, which is the first track in Israel marked by the Jewish National Fund and the Israel Nature and Parks Authority, the track a 24 km circular track. In addition, it is possible to rent bicycles for individuals, children, families and groups and receive consultation on a number of tracks at varying difficulties for individual cycling....

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Open Days: TuFrSa

Phone: 077-7295701
Address: Yad Mordechai
Email: tym-avital@yadmor.co.il

Yad Mordechai Tourism

Yad Mordechai Tourism

Yad Mordechai: The sweet farm – a tour by tractor and wagon, anemones and honey. The program includes: a visit to the bee and honey house where you can watch a real hive being opened and taste the honey fresh from the hive. Create a candle from the beeswax. Visit the site of the battles of 1947-48 and climb onto a tank; instruction and activities in the ‘collection of yesteryear’ at thekibbutz. For dessert, a trip by tractor and wagon amongst the branches of the kibbutz. For anyone interested: a tour in the footsteps of the anemones on the nearby nature reserve. ...

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Phone: 077-7295735
Address: Lahav Forest
Email: office@joealon.org.il

The Joe Alon Center

The Joe Alon Center

The Joe Alon Center is an educational tourist center dealing with learning about the Negev settlement and culture, and includes the only museum of its kind in the world for the Bedouin culture with a fascinating presentation on the manner in which people have lived along the years in the extreme conditions of the area. The Joe Alon Center includes the only museum in the world for the Bedouin culture, an extensive presentation on the period of the Bar Kokhba revolt and options for a range of activities in the forest. The museum is located at the heart of the forest, and is an excellent spot for going on bicycle rides, hikes and trips by car....

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