The Golan Heights Day Tour is one of my favorites tours of Israel. We will explore some key sites like Tel Dan with its impressive finds from the Biblical period. Then we will visit a superb winery for lunch coupled with exquisite wine. At the end of the tour, we would go and have a nice view of Syria from Mt.Bental Lookout.
Dan was a city mentioned in the Hebrew Bible, described as the northernmost city of the Kingdom of Israel, and belonging to the tribe of Dan. Tel Dan is one of the most important biblical tels in Israel.
Hermon Stream Nature Reserve is considered to hold one of the nicest trails in Israel called the suspended trail. At the end of it, a beautiful waterfall awaits.
Assaf wine village is a wonderful spot to have our little rest before continuing on our tour. Next to their delicious wine, we can try the local pastries made by the daughter of Assaf.
Gadot Lookout until the Six Day War, was one of the most fortified Syrian outposts in the Golan. Today a memorial to Israeli soldiers who fell there.
Mount Bental is overlooking the Syrian Border. Watching over the famous Valley of Tears, the battleground for one of the most courageous battles in military history.
Seeing IDF Tanks From Up Close