We crawled through the tunnels, sometimes down on our bellies. Luckily for us, we were blissfully unaware of just how tight things would get.
At the Haritoun Cave Trail in Nahal Tekoa, we escaped from the noise of everyday life and discovered a cross between a playground and a monastery. Between the uniquely beautiful scenery and fun rock formations, this little trail is well worth exploring.
It’s nice to know that there are really formidable hikes in Israel. Hikes that take you to otherworldly places, the stuff of fairy tales.
The texture of the rock walls is striking – smooth and soft in some places, brown and bumpy in others. I hear the bird calls so crisp, echoing around in the silence.
Enot Tsukim is a site that’s loved by many. The best way to explore it is to seek out the parts of the park that remain pristine and untouched in their desert spring beauty.