Har HaNegev Field School is situated on the edge of and overlooking the Ramon Crater, the region's main attraction, at an altitude of 900 meters above sea level. Yoga, meditation, and natural healing seminars are popular ongoing events at the serene haven in the desert. Nature professionals teach survival courses periodically and famous artists from all over Israel come to Har HaNegev Field School to teach unique workshops including dancing in the desert, painting in the desert, sculpture and multi-media art using natural found materials.
Making a difference -- Har HaNegev Field School leads the campaign to protect the Ramon Crater, the largest crater of its type in the world.
Directions: The Har HaNegev field school is located about three kilometers west of Mitzpe Ramon. At the main round-about in Mitzpe Ramon (on road 40), turn right (into the community). Continue driving straight and pass through the next round-about (Tzvi Hazan Square). After about 2.5 kilometers, turn left and another immediate left into the village. There will be signs along the way.
For those coming with public transportation ("Metropolin" Bus Line 60 from Be'er Sheva), get off at the Har Gamal stop and walk to the edge of the Ramon crater (about 500 meters) to the eastern entrance of the field school.
If you would like to book accomodations at Har HaNegev, please contact Teleteva, our reservations hotline.
Teleteva operating hours:
Sunday-Thursday: 9:00-17:00 IST (Israel Standard Time)
Friday: 9:00-14:00 IST
Phone: +972 3 638 86 88