Beyond Masada || Israel's most nerve-racking river crossing is worth it
Don't let the 'welcome' sign frighten you. The 80-meter long bridge over the Besor River Valley is invigorating.
When you travel to the Negev lying westward of Be’er Sheva, you’re way off the beaten tourist track. But a day trip to these remote parts rewards in terms of ancient and modern history, as well as understanding Israel's world leadership in maximizing semi-desert conditions for agriculture.
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