Also known as Makhtesh Ramon, the Ramon crater is a geological phenomenon that formed over 200 million years ago in the depths of the Negev desert. Accompanied by an expert local guide, descend from the imposing Atzmaut Ascent viewpoint into the depths of the crater, with a fascinating explanation into how this natural wonder first formed. Continue across the floor of the crater to the summit of Mt. Gvanim, where you will be rewarded with dramatic views across this wild desert landscape. Under the shade of an Accaia tree, your guide will point out some of the flora and fauna that is unique to this region.

 

After your crater adventure, journey south to the ancient site of Avdat and marvel at the impressive remains of this ancient Nabatean city. Your guide will reveal the secrets of the Nabaetan civilisation’s impressive water collection, storage, and irrigation technologies – a feat of magic to create in this hostile landscape surrounded by vast desert wilderness.

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