Knowing how to visit this special area in Israel isn’t the problem but getting there may be. The area in the far north part of Israel, known as Golan Heights, is remote and off the beaten path, and is most accessible by those who fly and drive into the area.
A region steeped in Biblical history, its natural beauty makes it a popular place to vacation in Israel. Golan Heights is home to some of the most spectacular wildlife in Israel, including eagles and deer. Hamat Gader has natural hot springs that have been used for thousands of years by the people who inhabit the area, and it’s also the home to the Middle East’s only crocodile farm.
This historic site supplies Israel with over one-third of its water, and his home to the Saar Falls, Banias Waterfall, Banias Nature Reserve, and Mount Bental. If you are adventurous enough to make this area the home of your kibbutz vacation, you can stop for coffee at the Koffee Anan café, which means “Coffee in the Clouds” in Hebrew.
The easiest way to explore the northern most part of Israel is with a guide in an off-road ATV or jeep. While exploring on your vacation in Israel, you may want to walk, or swim, some of the beautiful trails in Golan Heights. Kibbutzim in Golan Heights include Kfar Haruv Peace Vista Lodge, Hanof Hazfoni, and Kibbutz Moran Country Lodging.