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Lake Ram is a crater lake in northeastern Israel, in the Golan Heights, near Mount Hermon. The only sources of the lake are rain water and an underground spring. The water does not leave the lake to any other body of water. The crater is a maar...more
this unique gem is fed by under water sources. It's water, while not suitable for drinking (or swimming), provide a perfect location for taking picture, strolling around it and observing the local Druze culture.
Try to visit the place in snowey day on winter.
Recently, my son and I travelled up to the northeast tip of Israel and hiked up the highest mountain in Israel – Mount Hermon, 2,200 meters/7,000 feet high. We started at the bottom near the Druze village of Ma’sada on highway 98 near the Odem...More
The kake is msotly nice to look at fron a high observation point that gives you an idea of the lake and its surrounding. There is a viewpoit near Saar Falls but it is too close to appreciate ist real beauty. I do not beleive...More
it is a nice open water reserve in a volcano-open mountain' you can get close to the water' but there are no water attractions there ' in the close by village there are nice resturants and there are trails for walking and traveling arround by...More
the trees around the lake-crater are in bloom, so there will be apples and cherries later in the year, it was a bit cold that afternoon we visited but it is an impressive place.Need to visit with a car and later drive to Majdal Shams.
Birkat Ram is a geological maar (an extinct volcano with a lake in its center). We hiked around the perimeter of the volcano crater and lake (4 kilometers/2.5 miles) on a marked hiking trail, with one eye on the beauty of the lake and crater,...More