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What’s left of the cave is just an arch, interesting enough but not much of a cave. Snappers come here and you can see the chains hanging from the arch. The real draw is the view. On a clear day you can see forever from...More
I was impressed by the good level the site is preserved, the views are magnificent and the walk is very comfortable and not challenging at all. It is especially made so that handicapped people can visit as well.
The Keshet Cave is one of the best and most awesome nature sites in all of Israel. It could be classified as a natural wonder. A while ago, I took my son, his wife, and his 5 children (my grandchildren) on a short 2-kilometer hike...More
This is one of those visits that you can make nearly anything you want out of. If you just want to see the collapsed cave that created the rock arch, you can park you car and walk not more than 10 minutes on the accessible,...More
A great place to go; a great place to see.
All will marvel at it.
It is part of a network of trails but there is a parking lot at the top of a very winding switchback road, and the short trail is paved.
The Keshet cave is a collapsed ceiling cave located not far from Kibbutz Admit on the Lebanese border. Very easy pass to reach the cave suitable also for disabled. The outlook is magnificent. One can arrange for guided abseiling. Picnic tables in the shade are...More