In the Holy Land, you can walk in the footsteps of the Bible. See history come alive with hidden tunnels, biblical bread-baking, and digging up the past.
1. Neot Kedumim Biblical Nature Park
Tags: Inspiration Israel Tourism
The 625-acre Neot Kedumim biblical nature and landscape reserve in the Modi’in area displays the flora and landscapes that existed here during biblical times, according to ancient texts.
Costumed “villagers” demonstrate how our ancestors in the time of the Bible lived off the land, fully utilizing the medicinal herbs, olives trees, and other plants to live a full and healthy life.
Recreating ancient recipes found in the Bible and other religious texts, the park offers biblical cooking and foraging experiences, as well as lessons in perfume, spice preparation, pita making, and more. Together with ancient agricultural installations, the site presents ancient daily life in a way that can be understood fully by the modern traveler.