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Iyon Stream Nature Reserve

| Route 90, Metulla, Israel
+972 4-695-1519
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Beyond the borders experience

This Nature Reserve is located right on the border with Lebanon and while driving to the entrance... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Olga A
Beautiful falls and flora.

We had a lovely hike through the nature reserve. Lots of flora and a very nice stream and... read more

Reviewed 7 June 2017
Bill L
Saint Paul, Minnesota
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In the Nahal Ayun Nature Reserve, where the stream passes from the Ayun Valley in the "Finger of Galilee" to the Hula Valley, there is a beautiful gorge with many flowing waterfalls.
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| Route 90, Metulla, Israel
+972 4-695-1519
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This Nature Reserve is located right on the border with Lebanon and while driving to the entrance you can see Lebanese buses and cars. The Reserve itself is famous for several waterfalls, it's party accessible by wheelchairs and the trail is short and beautiful, mostly...More

Thank Olga A
Reviewed 7 June 2017

We had a lovely hike through the nature reserve. Lots of flora and a very nice stream and waterfall. Good place to go on a hot day.

Thank Bill L
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Reviewed 20 May 2017 via mobile

A very plesent walk next to a few water falls. It's worth doing the long walk from top to bottom but then you need to arrange a car to pick you up from the lower part. Another option (that we did), we walked from the...More

Thank A TripAdvisor Member
Reviewed 2 April 2017

an amazing spectacle in a water-poor country. Only in the winter and spring months after the rains and before it dries up.

Thank Bulbe
Reviewed 31 December 2016 via mobile

Easy wolk...kids enjoy..... waterfull down and above is very very exciting. All area around nature reserve is clean and convenience to wheelchair.

Thank Dr A
Reviewed 6 October 2016

We visited this place with all our family, including small kids. We walked all the way from Metula to the waterfall. A very interesting and beautiful walk. not very difficult and very attractive. The trail is well marked, clean and well kept. Recommended

Thank Dan E
Reviewed 24 September 2016

About 2 hour hike going down along beaytiful Iyon (Ayun) creek. We had a 6 year old boy who did it easily. Note that going into the water is forbidden for the sake of local ecology. Requires 2 cars (for going back to the car...More

Thank tamar22
Reviewed 24 June 2016 via mobile

The place is very beautiful, but with many stairs both up and down. It has 4 different waterfalls. If you decide to see it know that the trek ends in the lowest part from which you either take a taxi/hitchhike to the upper parking lot...More

Thank Ronen K
Reviewed 13 April 2016

The Tanur Falls flows down from the Ayon Valley in Lebanon and into Israel where it becomes the Iyon Stream. The falls are most impressive in the winter and spring after heavy rains. The sight is controlled by the nature authority and there is an...More

Thank Joseph B
Reviewed 1 April 2016 via mobile

We have been at the northern of Israel, we walk on the way to the fall , the water come from over 30 meters in a shape of oven , the nature was green and we saw fish in the water , it was an...More

Thank Eli1952
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