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...

All the way up north, just before the Hermon Mountains, is a beautiful 120 acre nature reserve with gorgeous trails leading through a dense forest, streams and the Chatzbani River. Entering Tel Dan is like stepping into a wonderland: scores of bubbling brooks feed into...

Lifta, was an Arab village on the outskirts of Jerusalem. Located on a hillside between the western entrance to Jerusalem and the Romema neighborhood, Lifta was depopulated in 1948. The village and spring for which it is named are now a park. In mid-1940,...