HaBsor National Park (Eshkol Park) – Visitors Guide
Israeli National Parks

HaBsor National Park (Eshkol Park) – Visitors Guide

HaBsor National Park (Eshkol Park) in Western Negev is situated near Besor Stream and is a good place for recreational activities. Map HaBsor National Park (Eshkol Park) is located in the Negev, not far from Ofakim. And here is the map of HaBsor National Park (from the official brochure): Note: you can click on the…

Susita National Park (Hippos) – Visitors Guide
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Susita National Park (Hippos) – Visitors Guide

Susita National Park (Hippos) was a Hellenistic city on a hill of the Golan Heights overlooking the Sea of Galilee. Map Susita National Park is located on Golan Heights, on the eastern shore of the Sea of Galilee. About two km east of Ein Gev. Note: the road to Susita National Park is considered dangerous….

Haniya Spring – Visitors Guide to Spring and Pools by Jerusalem
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Haniya Spring – Visitors Guide to Spring and Pools by Jerusalem

At Haniya Spring, you can find two pools from the Byzantine period and a nymphaeum from the Roman period. Map Haniya Spring national park is located near Israel Aquarium and close to Jerusalem. And the easiest way to reach it is by entering “Haniya Spring” into Waze. Note: You will pass through a block post…

Tel Beer Sheva National Park – Visitors Guide to Biblical Tel
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Tel Beer Sheva National Park – Visitors Guide to Biblical Tel

Tel Beer Sheva is Biblical tel, and together with Megiddo and Hazor, they were declared by UNESCO as world heritage sites. Note: You can find information about the other two mentioned national parks at Tel Megiddo National Park and Tel Hazor National Park. Map This national park is located several kilometers east of the modern…

Shivta National Park – Visitors Guide
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Shivta National Park – Visitors Guide

Visit Shivta National Park to witness the ancient Nabatean city ruins. This Byzantine city thrived in the waterless Negev desert. Note: Shivta, Mamshit, Avdat, and Haluza are spread on the incense route. And since they were able to build prosperous cities in the desert, they are all part of the UNESCO World Heritage list. Map…