A UNESCO World Heritage Site

The Beit Guvrin National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site, encompasses the remains of the ancient city of Tel Maresha and covers 5,000 square meters.


The site has a tumultuous history from the First Temple Period through to modern times, yet it is the amazing caves at Beit Guvrin which are the main attraction for photographers.

In total, there are at least 800 bell shaped caves in the park, some of which are subterranean. These caves were quarried during the 4th to 9th centuries when the white chalk (limestone) was used to make roads, plaster and mortar.

Prepare your camera for an attraction of light and shadow, that will define your artistic lines and shapes, only to be seen in these caves

Minimum Booking 

3 person per tour!

Maximum Booking 

7 person per tour!


Half a day


Central region

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