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2016-02-20 / / Outing

With its ancient stone houses and narrow alleys, Safed is one of the most picturesque towns of Israel. It’s ideal for those who enjoy spiritual experiences, religion and the Kabbalah, but the bucolic settlement with its culture, inheritance, culinary specialties, fresh mountain air even in the summer, beautiful landscape and suitability for a good snowball…

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2015-12-19 / / Desert

As always I cut my nails and shave my head the night before setting off. The kids ask why I shave my head before hikes and I tell them that for me, the desert is the most sacred of places and that it’s important to give it the respect it deserves. During the night Magi…

Read the Post2 Day hike of the southern Judaean Desert

2015-09-12 / / Camping

From 1200 metres above to -20 metres below sea level. An illustrated account with rocks, family, a gypsy girl, loneliness, snakes, Jesus, Sanhedrin, a stone pillar, skulls, Jacob’s ladder and other tidbits. Day 1 I start the hike at an altitude of 940 metres, in the same place where I was pounded by hailstones recently.…

Read the Post4 day hike from Mount Meron to Lake of Gennesaret

2015-06-10 / / Hike
2015-05-21 / / Desert

A journey of self-discovery and beauty through the Landscapes of Israel and Palestine. Idan Hojman is a professional photographer based in Barcelona, Spain. Idan was born in Israel in 1980. He grew up in Kibbutz Ramot Menashe located in the north of Israel. From 1998-2001 he served in the IDF (Israeli Defense Force) as a paramedic…

Read the PostWhose country this is