On the slopes of a green hill, surrounded with grapevines, Tzova (AKA Zuba)night camp is a beautifully spot for free camping in the Judean mountains.
The campsite has space for families or small groups, there are picnic tables in the shade and some firewood. A tap with clean water is on site, as you see in the pictures.
Short history brief.
When the crusaders got her on the way to Jerusalem, they liked the area so much they called it BELMONT – the pretty mountain. When standing on top of the fortress remains – you will definitely agree with them.
Tzuba was a small arab Village that lied on the remains of Belmont fortress. At the 48 war between Israel and the palestinian arabs, the village has abounded and its place was taken by an Israeli troop – the Palmach. they called it Palmach Tzuva and live here since then. The Kibbutz has a very impressive mountain agricultor that shapes the green view of this area.