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Rosh ha-Niqra

Kfar Rosh HaNiqra | Highway 4, 8 Km. North of Naharia, Israel
+972 73-271-0100
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Kfar Rosh HaNiqra | Highway 4, 8 Km. North of Naharia, Israel
+972 73-271-0100
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Reviewed January 5, 2016

very nice and interesting water erosion formations in the rocks justly on the west border between Israel and Lebanon, on the Mediterranean shore.

Thank arie p
Reviewed January 3, 2016

We happened to visit at the time of sunset so the scenery was just awesome outside the Grottos. The Mediterranean sea was at its best view and the sunlight reflections on the rocks were a treat to teh eyes. The tour inside the Grottos was...More

Thank kn0wledgeseeker
Reviewed November 25, 2015

Located on the Israeli/Lebanese border, the grottoes are stunning. You take a cable car to enter, and so wonderful to walk through the caves to see the crystal clear blue water at many angles. Easy to get wet but worth it. Unusual and a great...More

Thank nancyandleslie
Reviewed November 9, 2015

the site is discomposed of nature and human made tunnels in the rock. Also linked are caves where the sea and sun light enters, giving a magnificent effect. The tunnels were once used for a railroad to link Europe to Egypt, crossing Lebanon, Palestine (at...More

Thank Moshe G
Reviewed October 27, 2015

Rosh Ha-Niqra is situated on the Israel--Lebanon border.The.ticket includes a cable car ride,a film about the history and geography of the site and a tour of the grottoes.A excellent view.of Israel's northern coast line.On a clear day Haifa and Mount Carmel can be seen.

Thank Steve F
Reviewed October 17, 2015

When sea meets the cliffs, great view path in the caves in the heart of the cliff. Interesting story of the train path all the way from Europe thru the middle east and Israel. The site is suitable for all ages and recommended all year...More

Thank TamarHasson
Reviewed September 30, 2015

Sea magic with a very beautiful view to the sea , great cave must go down to sea and listen to the call of the sea

Thank Darwihs
Reviewed August 18, 2015

what a beautiful place, steeped in history. the view is amazing, the caves stunning and the water clear blue. absolutely breath-taking

Thank 662clairs
Reviewed August 14, 2015

The view is magnificent, you can see all the coast up to Haifa, and if you go down to the caves in the cablecar you will access a magical place of shadow and light.

Thank silviaglikin
Reviewed August 8, 2015

very beautiful view, the grottos are very nice to visit, all surrounding is worth to visit. see the beautiful shore,.

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