Tour Israel: Going strong

Plenty more to see and do during Passover’s intermediate days

April 13, 2017 12:19
Netofa Valley

A view of the Netofa Valley from the Netofa lookout on Highway 65. (photo credit: ISRAEL ROADS)


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Now that the kids have been on vacation for almost two weeks, many parents are starting to run out of ideas for fun Passover activities. The first few days of the holiday have been full of great hikes, festivals and fairs, but don’t despair – there are plenty more fun activities for the whole family.

The Tamar Regional Council invites veteran and amateur hikers to take part in a guided tour of the Sdom region, which will include stories about its ancient and recent history, the geography and complex climate of the Dead Sea area. Participants will learn about the cultivation methods and unique technologies residents used to make crops grow in the dry ground. There are also local galleries and breweries with wonderful visitors centers you can visit on your own.


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