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Tel Dan is quite interesting with a number of different types of sites available for view. There were a number of students (different parts of the US) involved in a dig at the site of the ancient alter. A highlight for us was the mud...More
The main feature here is the archaeological sites of Dan and the main gate. However the walk to the ruins is through a forest and follows a stream. We met volunteers from USA doing digs at the site.
There is a high place where Idol...More
Our guide brought us to Tel Dan for a "nature walk". Beautiful forest with a flowing stream AND incredible history with archaeologic remnants of a palace, town and possibly a temple built to mimic the great First Temple of Solomon in Jerusalem. Should not be...More
The Tel Dan Nature Reserve includes bubbling brooks, the Dan river, and tall treetops. Because of its unique location, the reserve contains plants, birds, and other animals from a variety of worlds. The Tel has been excavated since 1966, revealing cities dating from 2500 B.C.E.!!...More
This was my 4th visit to Tel Dan and I hope not my last. As other reviewers have commented, it is significant in many ways .. rich in archaeology, natural beauty and a spiritual connection. Be sure to hike to Abraham's Gate and watch for...More
Because of the spiritual significance of the events that took place here, Dan Springs is another must see on your Israel tour schedule. A little hiking is involved but it feels good to walk after a bus ride. We were there in March and the...More
IF you decide to walk ALL the different trails, you will need a few hours but if you just do the main trail, it will take you a good 3/4 of an hour, especially if you have a guide that knows all the history dating back to... More
IF you decide to walk ALL the different trails, you will need a few hours but if you just do the main trail, it will take you a good 3/4 of an hour, especially if you have a guide that knows all the history dating back to the original Tribe of Dan.