The Dead Sea is surrounded by the stunning landscape of the Negev Desert. The shores of the Dead Sea are the lowest point on the surface of the earth-431 meters below sea level. The saline water of the lake gives lead to the name ‘The Dead Sea’ because no fish can survive in the salty waters.
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 metres.
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.
Nature has used its magic to create a natural, geological wonderland.
The Nizzana Hillocks are made of white chalk. The soft stone was sculptured by the forces of nature - wind, sun and rain - that shaped the rocks into smooth and rounded figures.
The Golan Heights contains some of Israel’s most attractive parts of Israel, for photography lovers.
These hills soar to a height of over 800 meters, and the ridge’s peaks offer a magnificent view of upper-northern Israel, including the Hula Valley, the Golan Heights, Mount Hermon and southern Lebanon.
Water has created green landscapes, and some beautiful water-features.
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