• Tour the Golan Heights off the beaten path with a Jeep.
• Traverse the Golan’s rugged volcanic panorama and its beautiful wildlife.
• Visit the deserted Academy where Syrian Army officers were trained when the Syrians controlled the Golan
• Have lunch on top of Mount Bental with a breathtaking view.
• Spend the afternoon enjoying diverse water activities.
The Golan Heights is seemingly one of the most captivating regions of Israel. Water springs, charming animals, sensational views and deep history are just a fraction of what it offers. Our jeep tours offer a comprehensive adventure, combining a great trip in the northwestern slopes of the Golan Heights with all the entertainment options in the area.
Start in the Kibbutz Merom Golan, learn about the history and creation of the kibbutz and its iconic peculiarities such as the dining hall and collective structure.
Traverse the Golan’s rugged volcanic panorama, through natural streams and ascents, as well as reminders from previous battles, such as the anti-tank trenches and canals built after the 1973 Yom Kippur War. Along the way, we will hope to encounter some of the Golan’s abundant wildlife and will hear about the rich nature of the region.
Continuing through the Golan, visit the deserted Academy where Syrian Army officers were trained when the Syrians controlled the Golan. Stop for lunch on top of Mount Bental in one of Israel’s most scenic restaurants at 1,165 metres above sea level.
Then, head to the B`not Yaacov bridge for a wide selection of adventures such as rappelling or zip-lining into the Jordan River, rope climb from the water up to the bridge, bungee swing and more. You will be surrounded with a picturesque landscape of the flowing Jordan below, the hills of the Galilee and the Golan to either side of you.