Welcome To Trekking in Israel,
Nahal Hemar is an exquisite 14 km hike through the Judean Desert ending at the Dead Sea. You will walk along Nahal Hemar with spectacular views of the desert. This is the perfect hike for someone looking to spend a day in the desert.
Explore a number of interesting sites located in between Ashdod and Ashkelon in order to learn a bit more about the 1948 War of Independence. Cap the day off at the Nitzanim Sand Dunes near the coast!
Nahal Yagur is a moderately difficult hike up the eastern side of Mount Carmel while passing through the Druze town of Isfiya at the top of the mountain. As you descend back to Yagur you’ll walk through a ravine along the Yagur stream and a few miniature waterfalls.
Take a trip to Israel’s northernmost city, Metula, before setting out on a beautiful hike that’ll take you to four distinct and spectacular waterfalls. The path, which is only two kilometers long, is perfect for families and people of all ages, and can be traveled on during all seasons of the year. Don’t miss out on the chance to see amazing views and learn some interesting history about Israel’s northern district at Nahal Iyon!
The first big rainfall in the Negev causes all sorts of excitement every year. All those who are interested become amateur storm chasers, driving and hiking around until they find the perfect spots to watch the waters rush through and fill up empty riverbeds and dry springs.