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We just went on an incredible Jeep Tour with Amir. He gave us such an adventure driving through mud. He is a wild guy and reminds me of Crocodile Dundee. At the end of the tour he built a fire and made us free hot...More
This place has an extraordinary history. The Syrians attacked this bunker, but were stopped by the vigilant Israeli Army during the war of 1973. Everything is peaceful today, and the area is now watched over by UN Officials. There is even a Café here called...More
I have been there a number of times and each time I discover a new aspect.
On a day with good visibility – the landscapes are stunning. Syria to the east, Mt. Hermon to the north, Jordan Rift Valley and Sea of Galilee to the...More
The previous reviewer stole the words from my mouth:
"Views into Syria to former war zone. UN camp in the Valley below. Old bunker through which you can walk. Gun mounts painting north to Syria and Lebanon. Great views all round. A must visit".
We drove to Mt Bental from Haifa on a day trip. The scenery along the way was beautiful. We loved the views from the top of Mt Bental. There is a bunker you can walk through as well and a nice coffee shop. It was...More
This is an interesting place I knew nothing. However it's quite a lovely surprise. There are a lot of things to see - metal sculptures, a lovely view, a military bunker, some wildlife. There is a recorded audio guide that tells the story of the...More