“The desert is beautiful, do not lie, it is clean.”  Théodore Monod
Nothing like a morning departure to soak up the immensity of the desert, listen to silence, and commune with nature…. On the edge of Eilat, we cross lush palm groves where the origins of the medjoul dates are told to you, then we reveal to you one of the secrets of the desert exploring the bowels of a bunker dating from the Yom Kippur war, we continue our adventure To the migratory ponds hosting a colony of pink flamingos … In the Arava valley we cross the Israeli-Jordanian border, and we are facing the Edom Mountains and the Median Mountains, immutable witnesses of the history of the children of Israel crossing This desert on their way out of Egypt …. We stop at the spot where they camped…


Self provide :

"Nahal Eteq"

290 260 shekels / Child
  • We then go west to join the nahal Eteq (nahal: dried up stream). Striking landscapes, made of contrasted rocks, slopes, faults, force us to conduct more technical … .. Then we make a stop for a picnic with a tea of the desert … .. After crossing the nahal Eteq we drive along the Israeli-Egyptian border and we reach Mount Yoach, the highest point of the region, at 740m altitude, to admire a breathtaking panoramic view of the 3 surrounding countries, the desert Sinai and Eilat Bay. The ancient route of Mecca leads us to the nahal Shlomo and we cross the mountains of Eilat to reach our point of departure.
  • Lunch: included
  • Duration: Between 6H and 7H

"The mines of King Solomon"

290 260 shekels / Child
  • We go west towards the Timna Park and hidden among the pink sandstone hills, we discover an open ground water table, paradisiacal vision of a blue turquoise pond in the middle of the arid desert … A few hundred Meters farther the adventure awaits us, at the Mines of King Solomon. Located in the hollow of the Timna valley, Timna Park is one of the most fabulous sites in the Negev. This 65-square-meter national park, surrounded by steep cliffs, is home to the oldest copper mines in the world … 6,000 years ago, the Egyptians left traces of it … Mountains and hills shaped by erosion have been named “the mushroom”, “the screw”, “the pillars of King Solomon”, “the ark”, their shimmering colors, the rock carvings of the time of Ramses III and the goddess Hator make this place a whole world of adventures. It is here that the famous blue stone of Eilat is nestled in its natural state. The park restaurant on the edge of a pond welcomes us for a typical Israeli lunch.
  • Entrance to the site
  • Duration: Between 6H and 7H


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