Shaharut Inn

Address: Shaharut, Hevel Eilot, Israel | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Hevel Eilot

From Jordan to the Promised Land

A travel blog entry by ruth.parent on Sep 19, 2014

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... Negev Desert towards Tel Aviv. We decided to take an interesting side trip through another natural crater. It looked fairly straight forward on the map, but when we plugged it into the GPS, we knew we were in trouble, It included 18 hairpin turns straight up - and down - a very steep and narrow road (more like a goat track). White knuckle driving, but incredible views. We arrived in Tel Aviv mid afternoon ...


A travel blog entry by carolwahs on Sep 07, 2014

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After yesterday's effort of walking almost 30 kilometres in Petra we along with some our fellow travellers decided to have an easy day. Tonight we booked into see the Petra light show. After walking 2 kilometres along a path of sand filled paper bags with candles lit in them, we arrived at the Treasury. It was a sight to behold. There were more candles all in rows in front of the Treasury. We were all seated on mats in front of the building,where we were given ...

On the Road to Petra

A travel blog entry by kim.orlesky on Sep 02, 2014

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... brightened up. Because of the positioning of the mountains there wasn't going to be a great sunrise, so I decided to head back to the camp and get another hour of sleep before we had to get our items packed to get on the move again. I woke up again when I heard my guide shouting "Good Morning G Adventures". The way the camp is positioned around the mountains made his voice echo, and was the perfect wakeup call. I quickly finished my packing then ...

Jordan: petra

A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Aug 11, 2014

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I met up with 2 English school teachers and set off to petra from Eilat at 6am in the morning. Crossing the Israel-Jordanian border was a breeze. Confronting Jordanian taxi drivers was interesting. Taxi drivers here don't have meters and they set up sign boards telling you what the "government" price is. The prices are inflated but we managed to get around it. Petra was the capital city of the Nabataean civilization. They existed roughly around the time as ...

One Day in Petra

A travel blog entry by anita.russ on May 26, 2014

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... as the most impressive features. There is also and older Roman temple at one end. The ruins of Petra have been caused by earthquakes and this temple in particular can be seen full of fallen arches and masonry.

You can climb up a level in the centre of Petra wher you can go inside a tomb and look at the facade. This part of Petra also affords beautiful views of the layout.

I found visiting Petra to be wonderful but I was also a ...