The Judean Desert is bordered by the Mountains of Judea to the west and by the Dead Sea to the East. It is considered a relatively small desert, spanning only 1,500 square kilometers, but it contains many fascinating nature reserves, historic sites, monasteries and primeval panoramas that make it an exciting and unique place to visit.
The Judean desert is full of breathtaking views that are constantly changing. Mountains, cliffs, and chalk hills stand alongside plateaus, riverbeds, and deep canyons.
One of the biggest and spectacular canyons – Havarim Canyon has all the best that the desert has to offer: walking in a deep canyon, beautiful views and an untouched atmosphere.
Havarim Canyon is suitable for all kinds of desert, Roman and Bedouin’s parties in the best oriental hospitality traditions and modern comfort. It’s the best place to enjoy the charming atmosphere and the beauty of the desert.
The dessert is being transformed into a majestic venue with special lighting, entertainment befitting the theme accompanied with gourmet food and boutique wines from Israel.
Location: Judean Desert, on the Dead Sea near Masada
Capacity: Up to 400 people sitting, nature open air
Young Presidents organization from India who had a group of their top 70 business men visit Israel on an incentive trip.
The dessert was transformed into a majestic venue with special lighting , entertainment befitting the theme accompanied with gourmet food and boutique wines from Israel.
At the end of he evening – the participants returned to Jerusalem for the overnight.