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Don't Miss the Benaya Lookout

just before the entrance to the Kibbutz there is an amazing lookout which was erected in... read more

Reviewed 25 September 2016
Amnon F
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Tel Aviv District, Israel
You should visit if you're in the area

Went to Misgav Am at the very end of the road and had to wait for security to open the gate for the... read more

Reviewed 19 August 2015
Paul N
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Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
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6 Sep 2017
“Fun, informative tour”
3 Jul 2017
“Beautiful view of Lebanon, offensive guide”
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Reviewed 6 September 2017

Visited here as part of a tour to Israel. The kibbutz guide was informative and gave us all a good, informative insight on what it's like to live in this region of Israel. The views from the lookout were interesting.

2  Thank the_keys
Reviewed 4 July 2017

I was brought here with a group. The point was to show the border and to learn a little about the geopolitics of the area. The views of Lebanon are stunning, but this did not make up for the offensive and patronizing presentation by the...More

5  Thank gefilte63
Reviewed 25 September 2016

just before the entrance to the Kibbutz there is an amazing lookout which was erected in remembrance to Benaya Rein an officer killed in the second Lebanese war in 2006. the lookout sits high above the north east Galilee with views deep into the Marj...More

3  Thank Amnon F
Reviewed 19 August 2015

Went to Misgav Am at the very end of the road and had to wait for security to open the gate for the cars in front of us. Parked at a lookout and took snapshots – to the left Lebanon villages, complete with mosque and...More

2  Thank Paul N
Reviewed 14 July 2015

We spent a morning in Misgav Am, overlooking the Lebanese Border and listening to a Kibbutz Member telling us about Life in a war-Zone, with pointing out current Hisbollah activities just a few hundred meters away. Seeing UN-Convoys, Hisbollah Flags, smoke clouds and Hearing gun...More

2  Thank Simon M
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