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Hermon Stream (Banias) Nature Reserve – waterfall and hanging trail area

The largest waterfall in Israel is in the Nahal Hermon Nature Reserve (Banyas). Above the year-round flow of water there is a “hanging trail”.

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Attention: Entering the water is prohibited due to flora and fauna conservation and safety concerns.

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Hai Ramon

Hai Ramon is a living desert park where small animals that play an important role in the desert ecosystem can be seen in their natural habitat, animals that you wouldn’t ordinarily encounter on a hike. There is also a botanical garden here with six different habitants typical of the Negev Highlands. Part of the garden serves as a refuge garden for endangered species.    

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Yarkon National Park – Tel Afek area (Antipatris)

The Dan region’s green lung. The Yarkon National Park is divided into two parts: Tel Afek area (Antipatris) and the Yarkon Sources area, Together they constitute a green lung and an island of tranquility in the middle of the most populated region in Israel. In this beautiful and tranquil national park you’ll find the clean Yarkon Stream with abundant water lilies, a wading pool, a charming lake and an ancient fortress with a controlling view of the region.

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Yarkon National Park – Yarkon Sources area

The Dan region’s green lung. The Yarkon National Park is divided into two parts: Yarkon Sources area and the Tel Afek area, Together they constitute a green lung and an island of tranquility in the middle of the most populated region in Israel. In this beautiful and tranquil national park you’ll find the clean Yarkon Stream with abundant water lilies, a wading pool, a charming lake and an ancient fortress with a controlling view of the region

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