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Last october I visit Banias by bus. I had a wonderful day at the springs and the waterfalls. Nice walk between springs and waterfall in the Hermon Stream nature park. At the end off the day I walked back to the busstop . One off...More
The walk through this reserve is just great! It’s quite up and down, but the waterfall is lovely and when it is hot, it’s quite refreshing staying there, watching, listening and relaxing. If you just take the tour to the falls without the springs you...More
This was a stop off on a study tour for us. This is cool. I had not idea that this much water would come from springs in Israel. The waterfall is very refreshing and creates a rain forest type of environment very close to it....More
We took the Most expertly choreographed suspended walk to get there. Getting glimpses of river Jordan ( one of 5 tributaries) below an distant sound of crashing water 💦. Once at the waterfall, enjoyed the sight and sound. Plenty of picknick benches along the way.
This is now a National Park, one of the sources of the Jordan River, and the stream emerges at the foot of Mt Herman, by percolating through the limestone. The ruins of the ancient city of Paneas are here. Here, Peter stated that Jesus was...More
The falls were quite nice with an excellent water flow. The trail is well marked, but can be hard on someone not use to walking in somewhat rough terrain. There seemed to be a short cut that could have been taken instead of the loop...More