Know as the “Masada of the North,” this magical national park gives the visitor a chance to experience history, archaeology, and nature.
Visiting Gamla National Park gives visitors the chance to either view the antiquities from a distance or get up close and personal by hiking up the steep trail through the ancient ruins. The park also creates a place for visitors to view the many vultures that call this national park home. After viewing the vultures and antiquities, take a hike to view Mount Gamla and the beautiful Gamla Waterfall.
|Venue name:||Gamla National Park|
Golan Heights. From the road around the Sea of Galilee, take the Gamla junction-Daliyot junction road (no. 869) and continue north for about 2 km to the sign posted, turnoff to the reserve
|Opening hours:||Apr-Sep: 08:00-17:00, Oct-Mar: 08:00-16:00|
|Price:||Adult: 25 NIS; Child: 13 NIS; Israeli senior citizens: 50% discount; Group rate: Adult: 21 NIS; Child: 12 NIS|