Excursions in the cool of the night

Where to go for fun in nature in the hot midsummer after dark.

July 13, 2017 18:50
Mitzpe Ramon

Under the stars in Mitzpe Ramon. (photo credit: MARIK SHNITMAN)


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In the summer months, when it’s too hot to go for a hike, the only thing we can do is entertain ourselves and wait for the sun to go down. July and August, when the kids are off school, can be very exhausting. But we can’t just sit inside our air-conditioned homes all day. Luckily, there are endless interesting activities we can engage in to occupy ourselves and through which the kids can get rid of all their pent-up energy, without spending hours in the sun.

Night at the Jerusalem Biblical Zoo


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