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The Nahal Snir Nature Reserve (Hasbani)

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My kids loved walking in the water! At the end of the hike you walk on a path back to the parking... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Dean L
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Snir river -hazbani

Great place for family with young and older kids. Very clean and cold water with trees. Wolking in... read more

Reviewed 4 May 2018
Ady B
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The Snir Stream (Hatsbani) is the longest of the Jordan River tributaries. The stream flows all year round, through a well-developed “riverside forest” of plane trees and travertine walls. Unlike the other Jordan tributaries, the Snir Stream is...more
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| Near Kibbutz Dafna, She_ar Yashuv, Israel
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

My kids loved walking in the water! At the end of the hike you walk on a path back to the parking lot. No view or stream for that part. It was really hot and the small ones struggled a bit. We went back to...More

Thank Dean L
Reviewed 4 May 2018 via mobile

Great place for family with young and older kids. Very clean and cold water with trees. Wolking in the water is great for the kids.

Thank Ady B
Reviewed 8 April 2018 via mobile

A realy nice place to visit . Children were verry happy with little water steams they could play in . Don't miss the barefoot experience "havait hosim "- it's about less than 1 km walk on differen diffenr kinds sand, wood, stones ,water and mud...More

Thank benicahana
Reviewed 6 September 2017

Overseas tourists have not really discovered this place, which kind of makes sense. You come to Israel as a tourist for the history, the culture, and the religious significance, not for "pure" nature-- and this site is only natural with no historical or religious significance...More

Thank Lekh-Lekha
Reviewed 6 September 2017

Make sure you bring your water shoes! The hike has several paths but the highlight is absolutely the walk in the stream. There is also a seasonal pond which attracts wildlife, particularly birds, but in the summer the pond is dried out so you can...More

Thank NSM63
Reviewed 30 August 2017 via mobile

The reserve is very clean and organized and we enjoyed 3 water reservoirs on a very hot august day : 1. The entrance has a park with some natural water flowing , fish pond and bridges for small children to wet their feet in. 2....More

Thank YoavWorldWide
Reviewed 15 August 2017

We went to nachal snir on an oppressively hot day. it was so cool and gorgeous on the trail, covered by a canopy of trees and walking through the wonderful cool water. the trail was about an hour. many times you are forced to walk...More

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Reviewed 7 August 2017 via mobile

We come back to do this hike almost every year, as it is simply the best water hike in Northern Galilee. While it is almost 40 degrees outside, the hour and a half long hike feels absolutely different. Most of the trail is shaded, and...More

Thank ddmelch
Reviewed 2 August 2017 via mobile

A fun hike for families with kids 5 and older. We saw wild boar, porcupine quills, and lots of lovely nature. Have good shoes and be prepared to get wet as some parts of the stream are impossible to cross without stepping into the water....More

Thank Simon S
Reviewed 30 July 2017 via mobile

Red + blue + extension = 1h30 - 2h nice loop. Walk in the stream quickly after the start. Refreshing, stay as long as you wish. Avoid too young children that will struggle to walk on/through wet stones in stream The return enables to dry...More

Thank Jo V
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