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Carmelit Terminal

By Carmel Kamin

Carmelit Terminal

By Carmel Kamin

Carmel Kamin

Carmelit Terminal

Active since: 2017

Carmelit Terminal (Masof) is a travel & tourism blog in Israel, owned by Carmel Kamin. The blog focuses on nature tours in Israel and around the world and has a fondness for third-world countries and trekking. Also, I like to tour new cities and explore places that havent been discover yet.
The blog cover the journeys I have made and the destinations I have visited, and I also share my knowledge and tips about traveling.

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I am...

I am addicted to traveling and love to write and talk about it. my day job is a digital marketing manager and i used to host a slot about turist in a tv show

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I write about

Less known urban destinations, nature and trekking tours, third world countries, hiking trails in Israel

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My Audience

Israelis aged 25-55, traveling alone or in pairs and nature lovers

Places I covered

Available collabs.

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Blog highlights & achievements

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