6 Amazing Camping Sites Across the Holy Land

The Fellowship  |  July 9, 2021

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A small part of the Banias Stream Nature Reserve east of Metulla. (photo: Ashernet)

Israel is known for its desert landscapes, but it also has great hiking spots and national parks with hot springs, creeks, and trails. Making the Holy Land a great destination to go camping as well.

So what campsite should you set up your tent? The Jerusalem Post shares six amazing options:

1. Sleep with the Hasbani’s trickling water

In the north of the Hula Valley lies the Maayan Holiday Village, right next to the HaGoshrim Kayaks. The unique location of the village allows a great starting point for hikes, attractions and national parks.

The holiday village has undergone many renovations and now includes a variety of accommodation options in separate complexes: a camping complex, a bed and breakfast complex, and a glamping complex…

2. In nature with A/C

Opposite the Gilad Mountains is the Ganey Hugga Water Park. In the park there are the “Hugga” springs (where water flows between three lakes), grill corners on shady grassy areas, and zip lines straight to the pool and water amusements…

Read the full list here.

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