Hiking In Israel – The Israel National Trail

Hiking In Israel – The Israel National Trail

The Israel National Trail is the main attraction for Hiking in Israel. The Israel National Trail crosses the State of Israel from North to South and stretching around 950 kilometers. It was inaugurated in 1955. It has been listed by the National Geographic as one of the 20 “most epic trails” and … Read more

Nahal HaKibbutzim

Tall grasses by the river

An alternative to Sachne – Gan HeShelosha (if you are looking for a refreshing dip) is Nahal HaKibbutzim about five or ten minutes drive away. It is a water hike located on Beit Shean valley in Emek HaMaayanot. It’s one of the best-known water hikes in the country, although the place actually has … Read more

The Banias

The Banias

The Banias is the term referring to an ancient site that was built around a spring which was once associated with Pan, the Greek god of the wild, the shepherds and the flocks, nature and rustic music. The name “Banias” itself is associated with the pre-Hellenistic Greek god, who is also variously … Read more

Amudei Amram & Shehoret Mountain

Amudei Amram & Shchoret Mountain

The mountains near Eilat hide numerous natural treasures; some of them are surprisingly easy to access. Drive 10 Kilometers north of Eilat on the main road (Route 90) and you will see a pair of brown signs pointing left (westward). The signs will name two of the prettiest places in the region. … Read more

Madrasse

Madrasse

The Madrasse (or Majrasa or Majrase) is on the north eastern tip of the Kinneret and is the estuary of one of the streams (Daliyot) running from the Golan. It is also a nature reserve. You can’t get any more water hike than you do in Majrasa. The water is the hiking trail! … Read more