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Eilat Coral Beach Nature Reserve

The reefs of the Gulf of Eilat are the only coral reefs in our country, and among them a wonderful and colorful world of corals, fish and a huge variety of unique creatures can be seen. The Coral Beach Nature Reserve in Eilat allows visitors easy access to the reef, as well as essential beach services, including a shop, showers, toilets, sunshades, deck chairs and sun loungers.

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Korazim National Park

Korazim National Park preserves impressive remains of a Jewish village from the time of the Mishna and the Talmud, including remains of a magnificent synagogue. Primordial landscapes, a view of the Sea of Galilee and a site mentioned in the New Testament attract Christian pilgrims.

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Shivta National Park

Shivta National Park showcases the impressive remains of a Byzantine city that existed in the heart of a desert area with no natural water sources whatsoever. The splendid churches, streets, and homes are astonishing even today.

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The Majrase 鈥 Betiha (Bethsaida Valley) Nature Reserve

鈥婽he Majrase 鈥 Beteha (Bethsaida Valley) Nature Reserve is a unique meeting point, draining the delta formed by a number of the major streams of the Golan on their way to the Sea of Galilee.

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En Gedi Antiquities National Park

Near the entrance to Israel鈥檚 largest and most popular oasis, the En Gedi Nature Reserve, hides the ancient synagogue of En Gedi, the jewel in the crown of En Gedi鈥檚 antiquities.

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The En Gedi Nature Reserve is divided into three parts: Wadi David Trail聽|聽Wadi Arugot Trail | En Gedi Antiquities area.
  • Visits to the David Stream and the Arugot Stream trails must be reserved separately.
  • The entry ticket to each of these areas is good for same-day entry to all three of the other areas.
  • No reservation is necessary to visit the En Gedi Antiquities site. If you choose to visit only the antiquities site, purchase your ticket at that entrance for that area only.

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Hay-Bar Yotvata Nature Reserve

This is where a revolutionary project has been established for the restoration of wild life that has become extinct in Israel, in particular the Asian wild ass (onager - Equus hemionus) and the Arabian oryx (Oryx leucoryx).

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