Coming to the farm for a couple of hours or a few days?
There are many activities waiting for you!
The Starry Sky Above the Crater
The Ramon crater is a UNESCO international heritage and an internationally declared dark skies reservation. Take a night trip into the crater to watch the endless sky above. You can join a guided astronomical activity or just throw a mat on the ground and gaze up.
The Ramon Crater
The Ramon crater is the largest of the Negev craters and is characterized by a variety of stunning views and unique geological phenomena. Such as sand dunes that cross dikes that are millions of years old, colored sand, running water springs, canyons, cliffs, and "carpenter hill" an area with unique sandstone and basalt prisms that looks like blocks of wood.
For more details – Mitzpe Ramon visitor center:
The Glowing Footpath
At the entrance to the sculpture park of Mitzpe Ramon, lies a magical man made footpath studded with glowing stones – in the night you will feel you're walking on the stars.
צילום: שמעון בוקשטיין
A sandstone hill with dark stones at the top, reminiscent of boards or wooden pillars scattered on the carpentry floor. A fascinating and rare natural phenomenon worth visiting.
The ammonites Wall
Chalk wall embedded with ammonites – huge snails – fossilized. The ammonites were water animals that became extinct a million years ago.
Nachal Hawarim near Sde Boker offers a pleasant and mysterious night hike with the "flashlight" that will illuminate the way for you is the moonlight. The Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel's Mount Negev Field School recommend hiking at dusk or during nights with a full moon Located a 25-minute car ride from the farm
The Hamat pit is a partially restored water cistern, where you can see the method of collecting rainwater and floods, which are essential for desert agriculture. Alongside the cistern, there are also agricultural terraces, which are scattered in the shallow channels and used for ancient agriculture.
The Western Border Road
The road (number 10) stretches along 180 kilometers and offers amazing views of the Sinai peninsula and the Negev mountains. The road starts north at Nitzana and follows the border with Egypt all the way towards Eilat. The road is open only on national holiday – please consult with us before going on the road.
Borot Lotz national reserve
A set of fascinating hiking trails where you can find ancient cisterns, unique desert flora and remains of ancient Nabatean agriculture.
לפרטים נוספים – בורות לוץ