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Ski on Mount Hermon in the morning and dip in the hot springs of Hamat Gader in the afternoon, while stopping in between to taste heavenly chocolates and wine at boutique outlet shops.
Kesem Golan– two spectacular audio visual presentations, one about the Golan Heights and the other about our wars there.
Talmudic village– see how they lived, visit the ancient synagogue, and learn about Achnai’s oven, olive pressing and wine making
See the fascinating film about Gamla, and a varied collection of Jewish artifacts and inscriptions from the region.
This winery, which put Israel firmly on the global wine scene, continues to win awards for thier Gamla and Yarden wine labels.
The subtle flavours and aromas help enhance our sensory experience.
Stunning views of southern Syria and the Golan Heights, we get to enter real trenches and explain how Avigdor Kahalani saved the day in 1973.
Tour and tasting, the workshop is optional but wonderful, and some fantastic coffee and chocolate drinks. YUM!
With Syrian bunkers and trenches from the Six Day War, this memorial site to Golani soldiers has an impressive view and helps people better comprehend the Arab-Israeli conflict.
Our largest waterfall, an incredible hanging nature walk, Roman and Crusader ruins and breathtaking vistas.
See an incredible and moving film about the battles for the Golan.
These Syrian Bunkers and trenches can be entered almost any time, with a great view of the Hula Valley and even into Lebanon.
The ruins of the famous town which fought Vespasian in 67, including perhaps the oldest synagogue ever uncovered in the world, and there is also a spot where one can observe vultures in their natural habitat.