VISITORS TO the Groovesters studio in Katzrin tie-dye T-shirts for wearable souvenirs from their trip..
(photo credit: NECHAMA PERTON)
The Golan Heights is a popular travel destination for Israelis who want to spend time up North in the outdoors, with ample opportunities for hiking, camping and a wide range of other sporting activities.However, two 30-something female immigrants have established a brand new type of attraction, which they hope will draw Israelis as well as tourists from abroad to the Golan, providing them with a unique educational outlet to unleash their creativity while obtaining a true appreciation for this part of the country.
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