Sapir Park, or, as Central Arava residents call it, "The Hidden Valley", is a leafy beauty spot where tourists can rest on their way to Eilat and local people can find a peaceful corner. A charming lake at its center, a waterfall, a flowing spring, extensive lawns, unusual vegetation, shady picnic areas and an impressive sculpture garden – all combine to make Sapir Park a jewel in the desert.
Park Sapir, established by KKL-JNF in conjunction with the Central Arava Regional Council includes signs along its paths paying tribute to contributions from Friends of KKL-JNF worldwide – including Australia, the US, Holland and Canada.
After resting for a while on their long journey to or from Eilat, visitors can enjoy the varied amenities the park has to offer. They can visit the baobab park, which comprises fifty trees, the second largest stand of baobabs in Israel, surpassed only by that of Eilat’s Holland Park. They can wander among the doum palms – Sapir Park is the northernmost location in the world where this species of trees grows – enjoy the toddler playground and visit the Thailand Friendship Bell, presented by the Thai government to symbolize the special relationship between local farmers and the many Thai nationals who work on farms in the area.
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Pool on site, Place for barbecue