The South of Israel is also known as the Negev Desert, bordering in the East with the Syrian African Fault and the Sinai Peninsula on the West. The Negev constitutes 60% of Israel and was often referred to by Israel's first Prime Minister, Ben Gurion, as the biggest land potential of Israel. The Negev offers an enormous variety of interests: from Educational and Ecological tours, learning to turn the disadvantages of the desert into advanced High-Tec agriculture, solar projects, water efficiency and more; from outdoors activities and Adventure Tours in one of the famous Craters to a night Safari and star gazing. From refreshing oasis in the desert to scuba diving in the Red Sea; from the Bedouin hospitality to the ancient trade - route settlements; from beautiful hikes to the red sand rocks in Timna Geological Park.

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