where is desert ashram?
Where Is The Ashram
How To Get Here
There are many convenient ways to reach the Desert Ashram via public transportation, car, biking, and by foot.
By Public Transportation:

From within Israel

Head to Be’er Sheva
Most bus and train lines travel to Be’er Sheva from across the country. Here are some useful tips and planners to help schedule your journey:
Bus - Egged Bus Company's journey planner
Train - the Israel Railways journey planner

From Be’er Sheva
If you take the Train, get off at Be'er Sheva Center (Be'er Sheva Merkaz), exit the station and head to the main bus station within the next complex.
From the Be’er Sheva main bus station, take Bus 392 heading to Eilat, which passes right next to us.
The name of our stop is
"Shitim – Branch". You will see the pathway to the Ashram across the road from the drop-off point. 

From the Airport

From Ben Gurion International Airport

You can take a train to one of the following stations in Tel Aviv - Hagana, Savidor Centre, Hashalom. From here, change to one of the lines taking you down to Be'er Sheva Center (Merkaz), and from there take Bus 392 directly to Shitim/the Ashram.From Eilat's International Airport

You can simply take Bus 392 directly to the Ashram. 

By Car:

The Desert Ashram is situated in the Shitim settlement, right next to route 40, between Zihor junction and Shizafon junction. If you're driving from the north it's about 70km south of Mitzpe Ramon, and from the South it’s about 79km from Eilat.
Search for “Shitim” or “Desert Ashram” in your prefered maps application.  

By Foot or Bike:

If you are hiking or biking down on The Israel National Trail (Shvil Yisra'el), we are right on it! The section of the trail between Zihor stream and Hayun stream passes right next to us, so stop over for the night, have a relaxing hot shower, a good vegetarian meal, and enjoy a warm bed, before moving on.

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