Southern Israel - Israel
The South might be meagrely populated, covering well over 50% of the country’s land area but it is brimming with interesting sites and a myriad of activities.
The Dead Sea, the lowest place on Earth at minus 424 meters, where the Judean Desert borders are one of the world’s smallest. The more massive Negev Desert has become an adventurer’s playground with natural wonders, outdoor activities, and history, culture, and memories. Eilat considered Israel’s window onto the Red Sea, is the central tourism hub and an excellent base for excursions to Petra and Jordan.