Ramon Crater, Makhtesh Ramon, located 85 kilometers south of Beersheba, is a geological landform that is 40 kilometers long and up to ten kilometers wide. There is a settlement close to the crater, Mitzpe Ramon, located by the edge of the crater. Ramon Crater forms the largest national park in Israel, known as the Ramon Nature Reserve. Visitors can enter the Mitzpe Ramon Visitors Center that provides picturesque views and a museum documenting the natural and geological history of the area. Other interesting places to visit at the crater is The Albert Promenade that goes along the edge of the crater and has a “bird balcony,” and the Bio Ramon, which is a museum displaying the wildlife and plants living in the desert area.