Enjoy these recommendations for places that offer fun for the entire family.
Since it’s scorching out there these days, the best way to enjoy hiking during the summer months is to find trails that involve walking right inside a stream.
One of the most distinctive trails in Israel is Nahal Og, also known as Wadi Mukelik, which was named for the Og flower that flourishes in the dry waterbed.
An excavated synagogue with a beautiful mosaic will help you step back in time and feel like you are walking through the alleys and caves of that ancient Jewish settlement.
Flowers are blooming and streams are gushing with cold water, making this the ultimate hiking season in the Land of Israel. Attractions and nature parks are organizing fun activities for Passover.
The hike starts at the center of Jish village. The village is inhabited mainly by Marnoite Catholics.
The tremendous amount of rain we had this winter has benefited everyone, and the many streams in northern Israel that are currently gushing with water are a big attraction for hikers.
In addition to the multitudes of human visitors at the Ein Avdat National Park, eagles and gazelles also enjoy spending time in these beautiful canyons.
The best way to explore Wadi Qelt is by hiking in and above the deep canyon.