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If you're an Archeology lover, and if you have already visited the top 10 archeological sites in Israel then this one should not be missed.
If you are traveling in the Negev desert, south of Beer Sheva and if you have time then this place...More
A beautiful heritage site of the Nabatean people who makes a market every Passover and Succoth holiday and actually gives a feeling of back in time together with activities between the antiquities and an atmosphere that even small children connect to.
The park is clean...More
This place inhabited by the Nabatean, Roman and Byzantine is a nice example of how the ancient conduct their life in the desert. Not all of it excavated, but yet there is enough to see. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The site is located on Route 25, about 3 km southwest of Dimona The site is a national site of the Israel Nature and Parks Authority, and therefore it is controlled and maintained to the highest standard. There are activities for children, construction, crafts and...More
It was an organized trip of senior citizens in my hometown, with a guide.
The remains of Mamshit (ruins as well as restored houses and streets) are located near the desert city of Dimona and not very far from the Dead Sea.
Mamshit used to...More
Mamshit have various sleeping options, from privet tents (which you bring with you from home) to big common tents and even rooms.
The showers are quite clean and so the toilets.
You can walk around early morning to see the Nabatean city.
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Mamshit was a Nabatean way station on the Incense Trail for camel caravans between Yemen and the Mediterranean Sea. As such, the town is small but was wealthy, providing services for the caravans with their precious cargo. Part of the Israeli National Parks system, Mamshit...More