The Parks Project
There is so much more to Israel than the Wailing Wall and the Temple Mount!!!
Israeli parks and nature reserves are amazingly varied and rich from magnificent desert views to running streams, hidden pools, rich flora and fauna and archaeology.
Once the authority opened the parks after the corona lockdown, I vowed to see them all.
Mamshit National Park and World Heritage Site is an extraordinary testimony to the ancient Nabatean life, their extraordinary water technologies and the esthetics they brought to the sheer Negev desert. No other people has ever mastered the desert better.
Einot Tzukim Nature Reserve is a gem of freshwater springs by the Dead Sea with recreational picnic and swimming options. Home to endemic & rich wildlife, some parts are restricted.
In preparation: Hamasrek, Beit She’an, HaHula, Ein Gedi, Habonim, Qasr al Yahud, and more.