In this itinerary, we shall explore what is Israel’s best trails and all it has to offer to visitors. Since this is a four days itinerary we shall choose a trail from different regions of the country. Happy Exploring!
Amud Stream Nature Reserve in the Upper Galilee is ideal for those who like long challenging hikes and for those looking just for a short adventure. With a nature reserve abundant with so many freshwater pools and natural shade, it's ideal to tour in the hot summer days and springtime.
Antique Flour Mills
Wadi Barak in the Arava Valley is one of the finest hikes you can do in Israel and is very popular among locals. The big plus is that it has a circular trail which is short (3 km long) but super exciting. Ladders and some difficult climbing are involved.
The Circular Route
Ein Avdat Nature Reserve in the Negev is one of the most mystic trails you can do in the Holy Land. Right from the start, you feel like time stopped still here in the transcendental desert. There is a short circular option and a longer trail that requires a lift back to the starting point.
Ein Avdat Spring
The Golan Trail is a 120km long trail is naturally you don't have to do all of it. It's divided into 15 different sections that run along the eastern side of the Golan Heights.