Thankfully, due to the rain, January and February are prime months for blooms. Now is the perfect time to frolick in their beauty where clusters of bright red anemones (‘kalanit’ in Hebrew) pop up all over Hirbet Madras, in the region of Yoav Yehuda near the Sea of Galilee.
Let’s just say that Israelis have a slightly skewed perception of what winter actually means, so we’re helping everyone see through the imaginary fog and discover the reality: that it isn’t that bad. Don’t flip out when stormy weathers blow through. Embrace winter with our list of seasonal activities made for rain, wind, and even the occasional dusting of snow.