Mount Bental is part of an extinct volcano located in the northeastern region of the Golan Heights. At the top of Bental there is an abandoned Israeli bunker that was used to observe the entire Golan Heights region....
If you’re heading north, you won’t want to miss Korazim National Park, a 25-acre attraction known for its archaeological ruins. The site boasts a beautiful synagogue that dates back to the fourth or fifth century. Check out all the stunning, elaborate carvings and the unique sculpture of a pair of lions. The structures are built from basalt, a black volcanic rock common to the region.
Achziv National Park is primarily a section of beach surrounded by cliffs of rock. The area is synonymous with relaxation and fun. Spotted with both manmade and natural seawater pools, private coves, lagoons and large grassy areas perfect for camping, visitors can stroll through the paved path near the coastline and drink in the sites of the Mediterranean.
The two highlights of the Taninim Nature Reserve are the Taninim Stream and the dam. Located just south of Zichron Yaakov, the Taninim Stream is considered to be the last of Israel’s clean coastal streams of water, and it is home to a wide variety of amazing wildlife, including the regal yellow water lily, the Caspian turtle and a host of fish and bird species.