Hidden behind the residential neighborhood of Romema, near the former MADA building on Rechov Hamem Gimmel, lie steps leading down to a pathway with a magnificent view stretching from the highway leading to the entrance of the City, to the mountains of Yerushalyim as well...

Just a little down the road from Meitsar on Route 98 is the Peace Vista a lookout point with a most awesome sweeping view of the Kinneret and the surrounding area. There is a path starting here leading all the down to the Kinneret...

Yehudiya is the largest nature reserve in the Golan Heights. There are six streams in the reserve through which water flows year-round: Qazrin, Zavitan, Yehudiya, Batra and Daliyot. They receive their water from dozens of small springs which flowacross the plain in a...

Nachal Meitsar is the largest of the riverbeds that run from the southern Golan Heights to the Yarmuk Valley. Growing on its slopes is a wonderful park forest with a combination of Mediterranean and desert plants. In winter, the slopes are covered with green and...

Park Hamayanot is located within the larger park of Gan Hashlosha on the foot of Mt. Gilboa. The parking lot is past Gan Hashlosha waterpark. Park Hamayanot came about as a way of preserving the flora and fauna of the region since much of it...

The path leading to the Devorah Falls starts out through a fascinating Syrian village, deserted during the Six-Day War and converted to an Israeli military base (since closed). Interestingly enough, the Syrian village was built on the remains of a Jewish town, from ancient times...

Ein Tina is a phenomenal summer trip,an absolute blast! A small sign posted on Route 918, not very noticeable, marks the entrance to this site, which features a beautiful natural stream with a fun twist. The stream is equipped with hand rails to hold onto...

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