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Places to Visit in the Galilee

  • Gamla Eagle by asafantman, on Flickr

    Gamla Nature Reserve

    The Gamla Nature Reserve, set high in the Golan Heights of Northern Israel is a magical place where eagles nest, archaeological ruins lie, and the quaint and stunning setting, including the breathtaking view down towards... explore more
  • Hot springs in Hamat Gader by dlisbona, on Flickr

    Hamat Gader

    The Hamat Gader resort is one of the most unique places in the north of Israel. Tucked away under the Sea of Galilee (Kinneret) and eastward of the Jordan River, Hamat... explore more
  • Banias Stream and Pan's Cave

    Banias Nature Reserve

    The Banias Nature Reserve contains an abundance of natural and historical beauty, from the ruins of ancient cities to the roaring Banias Waterfall – the biggest waterfall in Israel. Found in... explore more
  • The Keshet Cave by vad_levin, on Flickr

    Keshet Cave

    The Keshet Cave (also known as the Rainbow cave or Arch cave) in the Galilee,  is one of the most beautiful natural wonders in the land of Israel. Not only is the large natural... explore more
  • The beauty of Gan Hashlosha

    Gan Hashlosha (Sachne)

    Gan Hashlosha, otherwise known as the Sachne, is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places in Israel. Located in the Lower Galilee, some believe that Gan Hashlosha is the real-world location... explore more
  • Saar Falls. Photo: Or Hiltch

    Saar Falls

    The Saar Falls in the Golan Heights are both amazingly picturesque and easily accessible. Found just off Road 99, some four kilometers from the Nimrod Fortress, the waterfalls are best visited in the... explore more
  • Nimrods Fortress and Hula Valley from North Tower. Image: Boruch Len

    Nimrod Fortress

    The Nimrod Fortress is the biggest Crusade-era castle in all of Israel, a mountain-top stronghold spanning back to the 13th century. With views of much of the Golan, the Nimrod Fortress is... explore more
  • Rosh Pina's quaint streets, by mykaul, via Flickr

    Rosh Pina

    Rosh Pina is a small city neighbouring Safed that, along with the ancient city of Hazor, comprise a tri-city feature filled with rich history, beautiful buildings and scenery and today, light industry... explore more
  • Signs on Mount Bental. Image courtesy of Boruch Len

    Mount Bental

    Mount Bental is one of Israel’s favorite mountain peaks to visit, partly due to the great panoramic views of the Golan and even Syria but also because Mount Bental was the... explore more
  • HaifaBahai (RonAlmog)


    Haifa is Israel’s third largest city, beautifully set on the slopes of Mount Carmel facing the Mediterranean Sea, likened by some as ‘Israel’s San Francisco’.  Although traditionally a working city, there are... explore more