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Following a walk down you’ll arrive at a deep and cold pool surrounded by hexagon columns and a small waterfall. You’ll welcome the dip after the descend in the heat. The place would benefit from a bit less people, but otherwise well worth the descend...More
There is a pretty trail along the source of the River Jordan, with ruins of Caesarea Philippi and other site of archaeological interest providing an additional bonus. And then there is the Banias Waterfalls. Nice place to spend an afternoon
For those looking for an easy walk in nature along a beautiful river this is it, for those looking for a hike, may want to look elsewhere. The added bonus of the excavations in the area make this a plus for the archeological buffs.
While the Nature Preserve is very close to the Lebanese border and signs warning of mines are near the road, the Nature Reserve is actually quite safe and provide access to the Banias Waterfalls which were visited by Jesus and a few of his Disciples.
The amazing temple of Pan and historical site of Caesarea Philippi where Jesus asks his disciples "Who do men say that I am? " The site offers different scenery with walkways, water falls, etc. Beneath the rock that the city sat upon was the grotto...More
This winter there was a lot of rain and all the streams and waterfalls are full of water. It was a pleasure to walk around and also see the archeological sites. There is a reduced entrance fare for senior citizens. We came on a weekday...More