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The Ma’aleh Gamla Nature Reserve is home to the country’s tallest waterfall, its largest eagle colony and a historical synagogue.

June 20, 2013 14:46
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Ma'aleh Gamla.

Maaleh Gamla 370. (photo credit: www.goisrael.com)


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Summer is upon us, and although the majority of these hot days will likely be spent at the pool or the mall, it’s worth taking advantage of the season with a trip to the Ma’aleh Gamla Nature Reserve.

Named after a cliff that looks like a camel’s hump, the nature reserve is about 2 kilometers from the Daliyot intersection and is home to the country’s tallest waterfall (51 meters high), its largest eagle colony and a historical synagogue, among other things. The Gamla and Daliyot rivers flow through it, and as a result it is teeming with trees.


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