The wonders that only a desert holds have created an adventurous location for singles and families alike. The areas of Negev and Eilat offer a fascinating and magical place to explore. The Ramon Crater, Israel’s largest erosion crater, is 40 kilometers long and forms the country’s largest national park. This park is the home to the kibbutz hotel of Sde Boker and Ben Gurion’s hut.
You can swim with dolphins at Dolphin Reef near the Red Sea. Here you can also see a variety of beautiful coral and colorful, tropical fish. While in Eliat, one can visit the Underwater Marine Observatory and view turtles, stingrays, and even sharks. Coral Beach in Eilat is known as one of the best places in the world to dive into the Red Sea. The area is also a tax-free zone making it a popular place to go shipping. Products from all over the world can be found in Negev and Eliat when you fly and drive to this amazing area of Israel.
While visit Kibbutzim South of Israel, one can see the world-famous area known for its craters, historic sites, and towns. While there you can stay in a variety of hotels in Israel or a kibbutz hotel such as Ye’elim Holiday Village, Isrotel Riviera, and Eilot.