If you love nature and history, but don’t want to hike, Nahal Teninim is a great place for the whole family. Nachal Teninim (Aligator stream) is a wonderful national nature reserve and is home to an amazing Roman Dam and Aquaduct that brought fresh water to Caesarea. . Around every corner was a new surprise… […]
The Carmel Caves are a fascinating visit for the whole family. They are located on Highway 4 between Zichron Yaakov and Haifa. If you love nature, you’ll enjoy the stunning cliffs and flowers. It’s just a short walk up a simple path with guardrails to the three caves that have been occupied since prehistoric times. […]
The fiercest and decisive battle in the Six Day War to take the Golan Heights was at Tel Faher. It was a Syrian Army stronghold. A network of bunkers were built into the side of the mountain making it almost impossible to breach. The Barak Division of the Golani Brigade attacked the site and lost […]
One of the most beautiful and popular health retreats in the Roman Empire was the spa at Hamat Gader on the southern ascent to the Golan Heights. Today you can see the remains of the incredible Roman Baths and an ancient amphitheatre. The popular modern hot springs and mineral baths fed by underwater springs are […]
Join us on a video walk-thru of Rabbi Abun’s 2000-year-old house in Katzrin in the Golan Heights.
This two-story home boasts a large master suite, and a lovely courtyard for your chickens but sorry folks, there are no bathrooms and no running water. And it’s not for sale.
It’s at the Ancient Talmudic Village at Katzrin Park Living Museum.
Here is a two minute video of one of the most beautiful places in Israel. The nature reserve is used as a public swimming venue as well as a wonderful place to picnic, play and explore with the whole family. You’ll see waterfalls, springs, an ancient flour mill and more…