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If you think Disney has magic sewn up, you have not been to the caves and seen the authentic mystery and magic of the stalactites and stalagmites that have taken many millions of years to grow. Yes, you have to go underground, but no, it's...More
We love caves and have seen a lot of them but this one was special. The formations take on an etherial quality to them. Be aware though, that there are 154 steps to go down to the cave AND up again. I have arthritis and...More
The Soreq Cave is absolutely beautiful! We did a morning visit with our family and everyone loved it. The walk down to the cave along the beautiful stone steps and gardens with incredible scenery only added to the enjoyment of the experience. The preliminary film...More
If you can don't miss stopping here. The Sorek Cave was discovered by accident 40 years ago and we are so lucky it is open to the public. The stalagmites and stalactites are absolutely spectacular. We went on a sunday morning and were happy that...More
I've seen so much of Israel but this was a first time after 8 years of traveling in this country. The cave is much bigger than I expected, we had a guided tour but could look around ourselves as well.
Definitely another place worth seeing...More
This cave is a wonderful place to take children to see otherworldly beauty. The lights are dim soyou can see the stalagtites ans stalagmites better with colored lights shining on the ice that hangs from the ceiling of the cave and grows from the base...More
An amazing place in its beauty.
It is recommended to arrive early in the morning , Going down to the cave will be easy and there will not be many people on the tour.
We were with a child of one and three months and...More
This was one of my best experiences in Jerusalem & would really recommend!! However, this tour might not be ideal for older people/ people with movement disabilities as there's a bit a walk down/up stairs on the hill between the car park & tour centre....More
Drove all the way up to the caves
Beautiful view indeed
Tight road upward
Great parking free
Get there before 4
Closes at 4 pm
So try to go very early
Nice trail to go down to cave but very easy to do with kids...More
We saw a movie on you tube and then we read more about Avshalom Cave or Soreq Cave. Just on our first day in Jerusalem we went to visit the cave. We rented a car and got very easy at Stalactite Cave early in the...More
It is a pretty low key place, so I don't think they would have wheel chairs for rent at the location itself. It was strenuous with a lot of stairs to get from the parking lot to the entrance. Perhaps there was another path... More
It is a pretty low key place, so I don't think they would have wheel chairs for rent at the location itself. It was strenuous with a lot of stairs to get from the parking lot to the entrance. Perhaps there was another path I didn't see. The path within the cave is dark and has a stair or two. Maybe you would take a little flashlight to help him keep his footing?