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Discover Arad, the city of the desert, like never before. Glide through its streets and discover its stories with the Alternative Desert Segway Tour!
Join us for this daily tour, running every day of the week!
Arad is located in an interesting spot: on one side it borders the northern plains of the Negev Desert, while on the other lie the great canyons of the Judean Desert. Aside from the gorgeous views of the Dead Sea and Jordan, Arad has her own story of pioneering, immigration, and cultural diversity beyond imagination.
This tour will take you on a Segway ride through the streets of the city, giving you an intimate glimpse into its inhabitants and history.
The tour departs from the Arad's Artist Quarter, where one of the coolest graffiti projects in Israel is located. We'll board the Segways there, and have a short training session to make sure everyone is ready for the ride.
From there we will ride through the streets and learn about urban sights that even locals are not familiar with. We'll have a taste of ice cream made in the city, and enjoy the best street food. A true cultural and culinary adventure!
Meet the guide at the departure point in Arad's Artist Quarter.
Participants receive a personal set of equipment including helmets and wrist/knee protectors.
Short training session on Segway.
Glide through the city of Arad!
Duration: 1.5 hours
→ The first and only Segway tour in the Israeli desert
→ Discover Arad like never before
→ Enjoy amazing views overlooking the desert
→ Close and personal guidance with the highest safety standards
Included in the price:
→ Segway training session
→ Helmets, wrist and knee protectors
The price does not include:
→ Personal expenses
→ Drinks, snacks, etc.
→ Anything that was not agreed upon beforehand with Dead Sea Segways/Wild-Trails
You should bring:
→ A small pack
→ Comfortable closed-toe shoes.
We will not allow participation without appropriate footwear.
Age restrictions: 16 and above. Participants below the age of 18 require must have a permission form signed by parents or legal guardian.