A spring that is located in the eastern escarpment of Mount Poria, about a kilometer east of Poria Elite. Its waters’ flow from inside the tunnel and gather into an accumulation pool. The Jewish National Fund restored the water pools and the aqueduct and developed a huge lot.
Ya’ar Shweitz ("Swiss Forest’)
A presentable location above the Sea of Galilee, the Swiss Forest is one of the paths with the most beautiful scenery in Israel, full of nature’s bounty, palm plantations and old settlements. On the edge of the forest there is also the Swiss lot.
In the place there is a small spring next to an accumulation pool and some trees that are located in a very small ravine that overlooks the Kinnereth. In this location several trees were planted, some of them fruit trees and some of them just for shading purposes.
The observatory is located about 100 meters above the Jure and overlooks the Gilad Mountains that are leaning high above us. From the observatory you can also see the Golan and the "Heik" of the Golan and Gilad where Hamat Gader is located, and when the view is very clear you can see Mount Hermon.
With an amazing view of the Kinnereth, the Jordan Valley and the slopes of the Golan and a spring that flows throughout the year. At the location there are picnic tables and barbeque apparatus, small water brooks that flows from the structure to the small stone pools in the shape of a bow.
The vantage point observation is located in the descent from Kibbutz Alumot in the direction of the Kinnereth. In one area we can see the entire Kinnereth, blue and beautiful and the Valley envelops it from each side. Lately there has been a regulated observation point there.
The Jordan Park
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The Jordan flows through the Beit Tsaida Valley, with a forest on its banks. In this place that is qualified by the Jewish National Fund, there is an area which stretches over a thousand dunams and incorporates pastures, picnic tables, and an amusement park.
Mitzpe Ofir ("Ofir Observatory")
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Located 450 meters above the Kinnereth, the observatory overlooks the entire northeastern part of Israel. There are 16 olive tress planted there, to commemorate the number of years that Ofir lived, for which the observatory is named after. During the season, there are beautiful & colorful blossoms