The Arava Valley is blooming! That’s why I’ve decided to write up the best guide for the Arava Valley I could muster. In fact, the Arava is one of the most remote areas in the country, which is actually just about two hours’ drive from Tel Aviv; Recently there is a growing trend of agricultural tourism. After the world had already come up with the concept; I went to check out what it looked like in the local version. I discovered there a sense of Italy and I came back to tell you all about it!
So what kind of attractions you can do once you reached the area. So one option is Bein Hashitin Farm. The Bein Hashitin Farm was established by the Bein Hashitin Association in Moshav Hatzeva, in 2017. In fact, the farm is spread over an area of seven dunams, its location is adjacent to the Moshav Hatzeva agricultural fields. Emphasis on the small details will turn the visit for the visitors of the farm into a real experience. In addition, you get to work in a real agricultural field.
Best Guide for the Arava Valley: Be A Shepherd For One Day
In Tzukim there is a cool activity for kids. So it’s an experiential and unique activity of three hours. The day will start with a grazing lesson on the field and how to herd the sheep. Then you’ll go with the dogs and the flock of sheep for a two-hour walk in the area. Also, you will walk in the desert landscape, stop to let the sheep eat and make tea from desert plants. In the process, we will learn about dogs, sheep, and desert plants. You need to get in touch with Adi at 0523868909.
If you are already at Tzukim and you need to feel like you need a bite to eat Prem Ursula. I recommend calling before to reserve: 053-476-3730
Best Guide for the Arava Valley: Let’s Go Stargazing!
When astronomy, mythology, the universe and we meet in the heart of the desert. Alon, our guide will try to ask questions like: Is there really no end to the stars? What is a star? What is a galaxy? And a planet? What is the distance from Earth to prominent stars in the night sky? How does the picture of the sky change during the night and with the seasons? The clear air and the lack of “light pollution” make the starry Arava Valley sky a spectacular and amazing spectacle that you will not forget for a long time. Observe the sky with telescopes, get to know constellations and planets, taste fascinating mythology stories, and indulge in a cup of dessert tea. Usually, the activity is about an hour and a half. You can get in touch with Alon on his mobile 0545234197. The location can vary but it is in the area of Ein Yahav.