Nof Zuqim Cabins
In Nof Zuqim there are 12 spectacular stone cabins named after the desert streams. They are suitable for couples and families.
The cabins are located on the hills in company with the desert views. All cabins are air conditioned and allow for a pleasant stay all year long.
The cabins differ in their landscape view, however identical in their content and design.
|Panoramic View (A)|
|Mountains View (B)|
|Edom Mountains (C)|
|Nof Zuqim Price List||Panoramic View (A)||Mountains view (B)||Edom Mountains (C)|
|Weekdays (Sat-Wed)||940 ₪||769 ₪||684 ₪|
|Weekend (Thu-Fri)||1,197 ₪||1026 ₪||940 ₪|
|Holidays||1,368 ₪||1,197 ₪||1,111 ₪|
The flagship cabin of Nof Zuqim is located on the edge of a hill overlooking the landscape. Just near the end of the view is the Zofar stream. The view is broad and exceptional, perfect for sitting and observing on the deck.
The cabin is suitable for couples and families.
It is named after the stream Ashburn characterize by its impressive cracks site, hence its Arabic name “Maklam Abu-Sir”, which means “the cut sections of the wanderer”.
Tze’ela is surrounded by breathtaking panoramic views, located at the edge of a hill. It overlooks ancient landscape located in the eastern part of Nof Zuqim. At the foot of the river you can see the riverside of Tsofar and Ashush and the distant Edom Mountains looking back from the Jordanian kingdom.
In Arabic, the stream is called “Wadi a-Siyal” which means “the flowing stream”. Nahal Tze’elim is one of the biggest Achzav rivers in the Judean Desert, along with four fountains and many waterholes. This cabin is suitable for couples.
Barak cabin sits at a particularly high point and enjoys fresh, clear desert air from the cabin and hot tub.
Down its courtyard there is a lush and green spice garden, hammocks and a desert cooking stand which is shared with the nearby Gob cabin.
Recommended for families or couples who want to spend vacation together.
It is named after the stream Barak flowing south of the locality. The river’s Arabic name is “The kettle”. Whoever enters the river will be surrounded by its rounded cliff walls, drowning in the Gevim water, and understand the origin of the name.
Gov is located on a hillside overlooking a stunning desert landscape and horse stables.
The entrance goes through the cabin’s yard with a lush and green spice garden, hammocks and a desert cooking stand shared with the nearby Barak cabin.
Recommended for families or couples who want to spend vacation together.
Nahal Gov comes from its Arabic name: Wadi al-Joff, an 8-km river in the northern Negev mountain that descends on the side of Scorpions’ Pass to Nahal zin, which extends through the prairie to the Dead Sea. In the river channel, a rare tropical tree grows in Israel and especially in the Negev, called Moringa Rotemy.
Vradit is located on the cliff slopes of the Great Central Hill.
The path to the cabin starts near the driveway, meanders through acacia trees, and passes by the desert cooking area which is sunken in the mountain.
Looking west toward the sunset and the meeting of floods in both Ashush and Tsofar channels, the view is truly spectacular.
Nahal Vradit is a narrow river that winds its way through a spectacular canyon, one of the magical canyons of the Middle Arava and is recommended for a stroll in the area.
Facing the wild desert mountains, sitting on the slopes of the big central hill, is the Zohar cabin.
From its height you can enjoy a view of the horse stable, the sunset, and the compound cabins.
It is located near the “Na’ama” pool, so a dip in the pool is easy and optimal.
Nahal Zohar is a stream in the south of the Judean Desert. At the heart of the creek lies a picturesque Mezad- Mezad Zohar, a relic of the past The “Iron Age”. It is near a guard station on the important road that passed the Dead Sea, to the desert level and then ending at the city of Arad.
On the eastern side of Nof Zuqim, at the foot of the hill, Kedem cabin occupies a quiet and unique corner.
Due to its placement up high the desert landscape is open on all sides. From the cabin you can see Wadi Ashush estuary pouring towards Nahal Arava River. To make the scenery even more blissful, in background is the Edom Mountains in the Kingdom of Jordan.
Nahal Kedem and by its Arabic name, ‘Wadi a-Shukaf’ (The Cliffs Creek), s one of the smallest in length in the the Judean Desert, and is home to the highest waterfall in Israel, about 330m high! The waterfall creates a cliff hoof more than a mile wide.
Cabin Rahaf is sitting on the virgin hill, facing the desert mountains and the compound cabins. It is located in the eastern part of the Nof Zuqim complex.
Located up a beautiful stone staircase, the Ashush wadi estuary can be seen flowing towards the Nahal Arava River. To complete the view, standing in the background are the Edom Mountains of the Kingdom of Jordan.
Nahal Rahaf and in its Arabic name, “Wadi Hefahaf” (a stream of whistling wings) is one of the streams that spills from the Judean Desert to the Dead Sea, near Mount Elazar. The lower part of the creek is quite impressive where the creek flows through the cliff face, and creates a sunken area about 200m deep. In the winter, the huge dunes are flooded and the passage of the creek requires swimming skills, and knowledge of climbing and surfing.
Sitting on a hill in the eastern part of Nof Zuqim is the Shechoret Cabin. Beneath it is the wild desert and a the wide open space completed with a view of the stars during the evening.
Since Shechoret is located high up a stone staircase, the Ashush wadi estuary can be seen flowing towards the Nahal Arava River. To complete the view, standing in the background are the Edom Mountains of the Kingdom of Jordan.
Canyon Shechoret is at the base of the Nahal Shechoret river that starts in the mountains of Eilat. Along the creek are hard granite rocks which have flooded the water for years. They create an impressive and colorful channel. To this day, there is constant flooding in the area that continues to reshape the depth and route of the canyon.
Tamar is situated at the end of a row of cabins at the eastern side of Nof Zuqim. This cabin is great for sunrise lovers as it faces the beautiful and breathtaking sunrise between the Edom mountains.
The cabin has an intimate, romantic and magical feel as it is intertwined with the open desert landscape.
Nahal Tamar drains to the edge of the courtyard ridge, and steeply shoots into the high Sodom Prairie area. There has been water that has flowed here during floods and has created small yet steep canyons. The canyons are equipped with ropes and ladders in the natural rock slides leading into mini lakes and streams of water. Climbers can enjoy a fun yet challenging experience.
This cabin is located on the slopes of a little hill in the West. Darga has a lovely view of the horse stables and the Edom Mountains. If you are here during the rainy and stormy winter days, a view of the snow on the Edom Mountains is visible.
Due to the low location of the cabin and access path, this cabin is suitable for families with young children and also allows accessibility for persons whom are handicapped. (A vehicle can be parked next to the cabin).
Nahal Darga (Darja) is on a cliff in the Judean Desert, and the water has spilled into the Dead Sea. The river has plenty of ridges and caves and is known for its intense floods. There is a hike located here that is considered to be challenging for the climber. During the fall period, the whole area is covered with white quarry columns.
The Habesor cabin begins with a winding path between desert plants to the cabin porch. Looking towards Edom Mountains that are in the East, it is located on the slopes of a quaint hill in the West.
Its low location allows a pleasant stay for families with young children as well as persons whom are handicapped. (A vehicle can be parked next to the cabin).
Nahal Habesor is one of the largest streams in the Negev. The Nahal Habesor River is unique as its lower northern part drains to the basin yet is not symmetrical. The stream only flows towards the East Bank. This continues on for several kilometers until the Nahal Assaf estuary meets the Nahal Habesor. From here, the stream continues into the Mediterranean.