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Kefar Rosh HaNiqra, Israel
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Reviewed yesterday

Came with my Indian colleague and family. We have arrived at about noon. Due to summer vacation in Israel there was a long waiting line to go down by the cable car. The visit in the caves is magnificent with the noise of the waves,...More

Thank Giora_I_L
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

At the edge of the country, enjoy marvelous natural grottos . Funicular to get down and small film to explain the phenomena, beautiful!

Thank francoise5
Reviewed 9 July 2018

Beautiful scenery,clear water,good photo ops. Be sure and go to the border and take a pic with the IDF soldier.

Thank queens888
Reviewed 29 June 2018

Did not really expect anything fantastic - but was very pleasantly surprised with the views of the water and the rock. They call it "a love story between the Sea and the Rock", and I fully agree

Thank Z R
Reviewed 21 June 2018 via mobile

There was a very long and slow moving line to take the cable car down, then another one to go back up. Yes, the grottos look nice, but they are not that exceptional either. If you are in the area, go visit, but don’t go...More

Thank Paul M
Reviewed 19 June 2018

To the Grottos of Rosh HaNiqra you go by a cablecar - takes 30 seconds - you can walk through the rocks and see the green and blue water close in. It's also near the boarder to Lebanon.

1  Thank GittiGrimm
Reviewed 11 June 2018

While not as fascinating as the Blue Grotto at Capri, it's a nice tour but what's really interesting is that here you are scant meters from Lebanon. In the water you can see a line of buoys separating Israel from Lebanon, one of which is...More

1  Thank MJK582014
Reviewed 7 June 2018

situated right at the northern tip of Israel are these amazing caves which have been naturally carved out by the sea. the cable ride down makes it very convenient to visit. there is an artificial walkway which takes you through the grotto.

Thank Tejas P
Reviewed 13 May 2018

Rosh Hanikra 10 KM north to my house on the Mediterranean coast Rosh Hanikra marks the frontier to Lebanon. Bayreuth is just 120 KM away more than Jerusalem from here (205 KM). It is a beautiful chalk cliff with astonishing grottos as amazing as in...More

1  Thank Judithneisse
Reviewed 12 May 2018 via mobile

I was really disappointed that the road to the Grottos were blocked by barricades and police cars, and we could not drive to the caves. We asked why was the road blocked in English, and all the person at the barricade said was ‘go back’...More

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tedzmd36
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Response from Levi Z | Reviewed this property |
Only if you travel from Haifa. And even that is tough.
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2 May 2016|
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Response from Eli S | Reviewed this property |
The tour goes out from the Kibutz near by. Their number is +972-52-379-8610. You need to book in advance. The price for up to 3 is 290 NIS. After that each additional person is 85 NIS. Age range is 10-70 years old. Oddly... More
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Annmiriam
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Response from Lia H | Reviewed this property |
You dont have to, but if you chose to walk is about 1 hour each way.
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