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...

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,...