THE GOLAN HEIGHTS
The confluence of three countries in one point
The Golan Heights is a rocky plateau, mostly ranging from 1,000 to 1,200 meters – an area totaling 1,800 km2 (695 square miles) north-east of Israel.
The Jordan River and the Sea of Galilee limit its western border, the Yarmuk River delimit its southern end, and the watershed line bounds it on the east. Mount Hermon lines the northern end of the Heights.
The mountain provides excellent landscape views to observe the entire region, up to Damascus, only some 40 kilometers away to the east, and to the Haifa Bay on the Mediterranean to the west.
The Golan Heights it is one of the most strategics point of Israel dominating the Jordan River Valley, the Israeli Galilee to its west, and the approaches to Damascus to its east.
It’s worth the Golan Heights adventure to photograph the tallest waterfall in Israel and the stunning scenery around the Hermon-Banias Nature Reserve.
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