Kibbutz Sde Boker is famous for being the place where the first Prime Minister of the State of Israel, David Ben-Gurion, decided to live after his retirement as prime minister.
The grave of David Ben-Gurion and his wife Paula is located near the kibbutz and overlooks Nahal Zin.
The trail starts from the shepherd's parking lot and continues towards the tents in the desert olive groves, a special place where you can find tents and a pastoral atmosphere blending with nature.
After carefully crossing Highway 90, enter into the Noked River, which is also known as the Wood Wadi, the Wadi Acacia tree has grown and is marked on maps from the British Mandate in the last century.
Under the tree, it is advisable to take a break for rest.