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Nebi Samuel Park

Nebi Samuel Park is a fascinating combination of antiquities, agricultural terraced landscapes, mountain spring, and orchards. At the heart of the site is a large building from the Crusader period, containing the tomb of the prophet Samuel

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En Avdat National Park

At the foot of Midreshet Ben Gurion, the Tsin Stream has carved out a deep and impressive canyon. Three springs feed a brook that flows all year round, and an enchanted oasis. En Avdat – the kingdom of ibex and vultures.  

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Tel Arad National Park

Tel Arad is one of the most important archaeological sites in Israel, on which were found the remains of a fortified Canaanite city and fortresses from the time of the Kings of Judah.

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Tel Megiddo National Park

Megiddo was one of the strongest and most important cities of Canaan. The remains of the palaces, temples, gates, and the sophisticated water system of the city are evidence of its great power.

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Yehudiya Forest Nature Reserve

Deep ravines cross the center of the rocky Golan Heights, through which waterfalls flow into deep pools. Between the canyons, a park forest of Mt Tabor oaks grows on the heights.

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Bet Shearim National Park

​The importance, value and renown of Bet She'arim were due to the fact that it was home to a great rabbi – Rabbi Yehuda HaNasi – who was the religious, spiritual and political leader of the Jewish people at the time, and compiler of the Mishnah (the oral laws). Rabbi Yehuda HaNasi wanted to be buried in Bet She'arim, and his tomb was built during his lifetime. The story of the town encapsulates the story of Jewish settlement of the time, the story of its people, their actions, and their great faith.

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Hula Nature Reserve

The Hula Nature Reserve is a site of world-wide importance for water birds and is a most important wet habitat in the Middle East.

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