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PHOTO ESSAY: Sunbirds - The sweet side of nature

Within my 100 meters, I found a lovely couple of little sunbirds who were building their nest in a local bush.

By ITSIK MAROM
23/04/2020
COASTAL IRIS AT NAHAL POLEG

Blooming blossoms across Israel

Enjoy these recommendations for places that offer fun for the entire family.

By MEITAL SHARABI
12/03/2020

Winter migration provides dazzling spectacle for birdwatchers

A number of Israeli beauty spots offer the perfect backdrop to watch the birds fly south.

By MEITAL SHARABI
15/11/2019

Hiking in Israel: Nahal Kziv and Montfort Castle

The tremendous amount of rain we had this winter has benefited everyone, and the many streams in northern Israel that are currently gushing with water are a big attraction for hikers.

By MEITAL SHARABI
13/04/2019
Beit Guvrin

Eclectic Election Day activities

Election Day is a national holiday, and everyone gets a rare day off from work, so why not seize the opportunity to combine your civic duty with an adventure out in nature with family and friends?

By MEITAL SHARABI
04/04/2019

High-spirited hag

After we’ve finished running around in our creative costumes delivering mishloah manot to family and friends, there’s still plenty of time left to get out into nature and enjoy the blossoming springtime.

By MEITAL SHARABI
21/03/2019

Circling Mount Meron: A beautiful trail showing all angles of landscapes

A trail in the Mount Meron Nature Reserve is a 100% naturally circular trail that will take you past gorgeous groves and enchanting landscapes.

By MEITAL SHARABI
08/12/2018
A man rests on Tel Aviv's Rothschild Boulevard, October 30, 2018

Crowds flock to cities, nature on first municipal election holiday

A total of 180,000 Israelis seized the opportunity to enjoy the warm weather at the country's national parks and nature reserves.

30/10/2018
REFRESH AND renew in a natural pool.

Experience Ein Gedi

Every time I visit Ein Gedi, I’m renewed with a burst of energy as I delight in the natural desert surroundings.

By MEITAL SHARABI
17/10/2018
NOAM BEDEIN holds time-lapse images of the emergence of the magnificent salt structure

My Word: Dead Sea salt, wounds and treasures

I traveled to what is known in Hebrew as Yam Hamelah, the Salt Sea, with my son during the Sukkot vacation last week, only half joking that I wanted to see it while it still exists.

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