HaBsor National Park is a space on the banks of the Besor Stream. Located in the heart of the Loess plains of the Western Negev rises a gushing spring surrounded by expansive grasslands and thousands of shady trees.
HaBsor Spring – luxuriant spring and paddling pools
Picnic tables in the shade of the trees
Reconstruction of a train bridge from the time of the British Mandate
Archaeological site from the ancient Egyptian period
The Western Negev, west of Ofakim and south of Road 241. Drive from Ofakim westward (Route 241), and turn left about 2.5 kms from Urim Junction.
From the west, from the direction of Ma’on Junction, drive on Road 241, then, about 7 kms after Ma’on Junction, turn right into the access road to the park.