top of page
מבוך מרים. בשביל התבלינים והבשמים

Agritourism is our focus. We sell products that are organically grown, including spice packages, organic honey, pure hyssop, and lavender soap.

מש"ק 26 ניר משה


Miriam's Labyrinth. For the spices and perfumes

The gift card can be transferred as a gift after purchase ❤️


Miriam's Labyrinth. For the spices and perfumes


Keep Israel Open does not take any profit from any transaction. Every dollar you spend goes straight to the people who really need it.


מש"ק 26 ניר משה

Who are we?
Inspired by the simple and complex mazes found in newspapers, we envisioned creating a tangible labyrinth filled with a myriad of spices and aromatic plants. Our goal was to create a maze where one could lose themselves in the diverse array of scents and flavors, and emerge enriched by the experience.

The labyrinth was conceived and is managed by Miriam and Eli Sadeh, located in Moshav Nir Moshe in the Negev.

Miriam - A former teacher and supervisor of agriculture and environmental studies.

Eli - Previously, he guided hiking trips where he discovered various herbs and aromatic plants that he aspired to cultivate on the farm.

We welcome visitors to embark on a guided tour through our winding paths filled with herbs and aromatic plants, spread across an area of 4 dunams. Along the trails, you'll find stations featuring trees of the seven species, four species, and biblical trees. Each station offers stories about the tree's origins, legends, and uses.

Additionally, we have fruit trees for self-picking according to the season (tangerines, loquat, special plums, passionfruit, grapes, and more).

All crops within the maze are organically grown, with biological control implemented through natural processes.

During the tour, we'll identify and familiarize ourselves with different herbs using our senses of smell and taste (picking is allowed!).

We'll create scent bags from the flowers and leaves of the aromatic plants.

We'll learn about the beneficial uses of herbs and aromatic plants.

We'll explore the interconnection between the environment, plants, animals, and humans.

The tour lasts approximately an hour and a half. At the end of the tour, we'll delight in homemade lemonade.

We also offer the option of a night tour with flashlights, available by appointment.

My Story

bottom of page