2/2 Nahal Sirpad st., Mitzpe Ramon
Map & Directions:
In Order to get to Mitzpe Ramon from north, you will probably have to first get to the central bus station In Beer Sheva, as there is only one direct bus a day to Mitzpe Ramon. The direct bus (Metropolin bus No. 660) leaves Tel Aviv central bus station every week day at 16:00 and Friday at 13:00, from the 6th floor (at the end of the terminal near the food court).
In order to get to Beer Sheva, you will need to take the 370/380 bus from Tel Aviv (Metropolin or Egged company) and the 470 bus from Jerusalem.(It is faster and cheaper to take the bus than the train).
From the central bus station in Beer Sheva, you will need to take the number 64 or 65 or 60 bus to Mitzpe Ramon. (Metropolin and NOT Egged)
The ride takes about an hour and a half. (The 65 bus is fastest). Ask the driver to let you off at “Har-Gamal” station (camel hill station).
From root 40, turn at the big traffic circle – into town. If you are coming from North then it will be a right turn, and from Eilat – a left turn. (This is David Ben Guryion BLV). You will pass the ‘central’ part of Mitzpe Ramon on your right.
Pass the small traffic circle (with the big rock in the middle of it) and turn left at the next turn. (Not at the traffic circle). The left turn has a sign which is only in Hebrew, sorry. This is ‘Rehavam Zeevi st. just so you know… Then Drive to the end of the street till you get to yet another traffic circle, turn left and you will see us on your left side after about 100 meters.
For those of you that come from Eilat – You will need to get off at the – stop in the centre of town. You will come up to Mitzpe Ramon out of the crater and the bus stop is immediately after you come off the traffic circle. That is the ‘central’ part of Mitzpe Ramon. if you need to take out money from the bank or buy food, then you might want to do it then in order to save the walk back there later…
From there you need to walk on the main street (David Ben Gurion) towards west… (the bank and all should be on your right and the big traffic circle should be at your back). Walk straight and pass one junction and then a small traffic circle, keep walking straight and then you should take your first left turn. This is ‘Rehavam Zeevi’ st. but the sign is only in Hebrew. Then you take your first left to ‘Nahal Saliit’, then immediately right into something that looks like a big parking lot.
We are the first house on your left! It doesn’t look any different on the outside from the rest of the houses on the street. It has the number 10 written on the front of it, and there is a white screen door.