We will start at the Mount Camel lookout overlooking the western part of the Ramon Crater, including a geographical survey of the area. Afterwards we will drive down route 40 to the Ramon Crater and drive in Nahal Ramon to the sand dunes and the colorful clay. We will discuss the establishment of Mitzpe Ramon in the 1950's , before ascending to a panoramic view and an explanation of the formation of the craters at the top of "Har Gvanim" (Mount Shades).
.after the dinosaur bones found in the vicinity of the spring and Ein Saharonim
Full-day itineraries can be coordinated, including meals and a trip to Eilat or other areas throughout the Negev and the south.