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Kedma Hotel Sde Boker – what do the reviews say?

The Negev travel guide

Kedma Hotel is a beautiful hotel located in the heart of the Negev in Sde Boker, Israel. The hotel offers a wide range of amenities and services, including comfortable and stylish guest rooms, an outdoor swimming pool, a spa, and a fitness center.

Based on the reviews of guests who have stayed at the Kedma Hotel, it is evident that the hotel is highly regarded for its excellent service, clean and spacious rooms, and convenient location.

Many guests praise the hotel’s friendly and helpful staff, who are said to go above and beyond to ensure that guests have an enjoyable and comfortable stay. The rooms are also widely regarded as clean, spacious, and well-appointed, with comfortable beds and modern amenities.

Other popular features of the Kedma Hotel include its outdoor swimming pool, which provides a refreshing oasis in the heart of the city, as well as its spa and fitness center, which allow guests to relax and rejuvenate during their stay.

As a top-rated hotel in Eilat, Kedma Hotel is an excellent choice for travelers seeking a comfortable and convenient base from which to explore the city. Whether you are visiting for business or pleasure, you can be sure that you will enjoy an exceptional experience at the Kedma Hotel.

If you are looking for a top-rated hotel in the south of Israel, be sure to consider the Kedma Hotel. With its excellent service, clean and spacious rooms, and convenient location, it is sure to provide you with an enjoyable and memorable stay.

About the Mitzpe Ramon

About the Mitzpe Ramon

Mitzpe Ramon -  is a town in the Negev desert of southern Israel. It is situated on the northern ridge at an elevation of 2,400 feet (800m.) overlooking an enormous erosion cirque known as the Ramon Crater. This crater, or “Machtesh”, as it is called in Hebrew (a term also used by geologists around the world) is 28 miles long and five miles wide. It is a formation unique to Israel and the Sinai. Climate Due to the desert climate, Mitzpe Ramon experiences very hot summers and cold winters. Accommodation: Isrotel Beresheet Mitzpe Ramon Hotel The combination of breath-taking desert scenery together with the unique architecture and top quality service makes Beresheet one of the most extraordinary hotels in Israel. Beresheet is one of the most successful hotels in Israel and it enjoys a large number of returning guests, both Israelis in tourists come back to this amazing hotel every year. Beresheet guarantees an unforgetable hospitality experience - great service, a gourmet restaurant, a luxury spa, elegant and comfortable rooms and of course, the second to none desert view. Isrotel Ramon Inn Isrotel Ramon Inn is a cozy, pleasant and intimate hotel of ninety-six rooms and suites, located near the breathtaking Ramon Crater. Isrotel Ramon Inn offers its guests many extreme activities: hiking or biking in Ramon Crater or other desert locations, camel riding, abseiling, ORVs tours, tours to Bedouin tent encampments, moonlight tours, meeting alpacas and more. At the end of a long and exciting day you will return to a quite and comfortable hotel, Isrotel Ramon Inn. Nature lovers, desert enthusiasts, families or bicycle riders will find the magic of the desert here with us. Isrotel Ramon Inn takes pride in its main restaurant, we serve top-quality and homelike dishes with a Mediterranean touch. Guests may also enjoy our indoor pool, heated and open all year round, our saunas and body treatments. Flora Of all of Israel's desert regions, the Ramon area has the most varied and lush flora. This can be attributed to the variety of habitats found here and to the difference between the climactic conditions on the Ramon Ridge and those on the Machtesh floor. The high regions of the Ramon Ridge, such as Mizpe Ramon and the Loz Cisterns, have a steppian climate. Because of the cold desert winters, the flowers here bloom in late winter and early spring, a time when the ridge is awash with color. The Machtesh floor is drier and hotter than the ridge. Saharo-Steppian flora (originating in the Sahara Desert and the deserts of the Arabian Peninsula) are most commonly seen here. The desert springs and the damp soil near them also give rise to a special habitat. Rushes, whose leaves have needle-like points, cattails, and reeds grow near the fresh water. This is evidence that there is groundwater close by, even if none is visible. Fauna Thanks to the variety of habitats in the Ramon region, many species of animals choose to make their homes here. Because of the size and remoteness of Machtesh Ramon and stringent nature-conservation efforts in the Ramon region, the Israel Nature and National Parks Protection Authority decided this would be an appropriate place for the reintroduction of animals which had disappeared from the Negev Desert landscape. One was the onager, a wild ass which cannot be domesticated. The Nubian ibex, once in danger of becoming extinct in Israel, now romps happily on the cliffs of Machtesh Ramon. The Negev highlands also has populations of leopards, hyenas, dorcas gazelles, wolves, red foxes, Afghan foxes, caracals, sand foxes, and Syrian hyraxes. The small rodents - fat sand rat, garden dormoose, and golden spiny mouse - and the many reptiles in the Machtesh are harder to spot. These animals are on view at Bio-Ramon. Night star gazing at the Mitzpe Ramon The clear unpolluted air and the altitude of Mitzpe Ramon makes it a great place for star gazing at night. Hikers and bikers will find here interesting desert challenges. There are also a reasonable accommodations here for all : Guest House, Campground, B&B and hotels Exploring the Wonders of Mizpe Ramon Israel Exploring Ancient Sites Mizpe Ramon has a rich history that dates back thousands of years. Home to numerous ancient archaeological sites from different periods, including Mamshit National Park and Shivta National Park, it holds some of the most important historical artifacts in all of Israel. Touring these sites is an incredible way to learn about Jewish and Christian culture in a beautiful setting. Experience Local Cuisine and Culture Mizpe Ramon is also home to some amazing local cuisine and culture. With delicious restaurants serving up authentic Israeli dishes like falafel and shawarma! You can also take part in workshops with local artisans or visit nearby markets where vendors sell traditional handmade crafts and souvenirs. Take a Hike (or two!) If you’re looking for an outdoor adventure, then you’ll be pleased to know that Mizpe Ramon offers plenty of hiking options. From easy trails that wind through the desert landscape to more challenging hikes up steep mountain paths, there’s something for everyone here! You can even join guided tours led by experienced hikers who will show you all the best spots along the way.

Kedma Hotel Sde Boker – what do the reviews say? Kedma Hotel Sde Boker – what do the reviews say?

Nahal Og Reserve

The reserve has two parts: in the west the Nahal Og Reserve, which covers about 13,000 dunams, and in the east the Reserve in the Advantage of Og, which covers an area of about 9,000 dunams. The reserve includes the area of the ridges east of the Jerusalem mountains to the Dead Sea Rift. The ridges rise c. 200 m above sea level and descend to a height of c. 370 m below sea level. The Nahal Og Reserve is located in the north of the Judean Desert, south of Road 1, between Mishor Adumim in the west and the Dead Sea Road in the east (Road 90). Ogg observation: In the Nahal Og parking lot, about 1.5 km south of the Almog junction. A beautiful view of the Jericho steppe and the area of ​​benefits Two ancient roads pass through the reserve: the Sugar Road (Darb a-Soker) and Darb Rajib. The sugar road descends from the Ma'ale Adumim area to Bir Malki and ends at Nabi Musa. During the Crusader and Mamluk periods, the main road passed from Jerusalem to Jericho. In those days Jericho was a major center of sugar production, hence the name of the road. According to Christian tradition, this area linked Jerusalem to the baptismal site in Jordan. An ancient section of road, perhaps part of the Sugar Road, is found in the advantages of marl, on the south bank of the Og River.

Be'er-Sheva Lake - one of the largest artificial lakes in the world

Be'er-Sheva Lake - one of the largest artificial lakes in the world

"Lake" in Be'er Sheva is a unique project establishing an artificial lake that covers about 23 acres and is entirely filled with effluent water. About 167 acres of the park are dedicated to lawns, wooded areas, picnic areas, hiking and biking trails, and leisure and recreation areas. The lake is one of the largest artificial lakes in the world, and it is considered the second largest lake in Israel, after the Sea of Galilee. The lake has become a major tourist attraction that includes restaurants, cafes, and other recreational facilities. The project was developed in partnership with JNF USA, KKL, and the government of Israel, with a total cost of NIS 450 million. The city of Beersheba has a rich cultural and historical background, and the municipality is working on promoting tourism to the city by integrating hoteliers and restaurateurs. The Beer Sheva River Park and the lake are included in the tourism map of the Negev, and will offer visitors a range of experiential ventures for the whole family.

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