southern region is an ideal travel destination for adventure and
outdoor-focused travelers. Beginning in Beersheba, known as the Capital
of the Negev, travelers to Israel’s southern region can spend the day floating
in the saline-rich Dead Sea; exploring the 2,300-year-old Masada; rappelling
and jeep touring in the Ramon
Crater, the world’s largest naturally formed crater; and swimming
amongst tropical fish and coral reef in the Red Sea city of Eilat
Massada is one of the most exciting and frequently-toured places in Israel, and relates a story of perseverance and pow
The lowest spot on the face of the earth, and a natural health spa - the Dead Sea is one site you don't want to miss!
The Negev desert is a vast and sparsely populated piece of land which accounts for over half of Israel’s land area.
Eilat is the ultimate resort city, located on the shore of the Red Sea.
A pleasant and quiet town sitting right on the edge of the Ramon Crater
Be'er Sheva, the modern-day capital of the Negev, has a history going back all the way to Abraham, father of the Jewish
Ein Gedi is an oasis in the desert and a green Garden of Eden in the wilderness.