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Abseiling, Razor rides, Offroad truck tour, Chocolate workshop, and more.
Meet our Flagship attration – The Grottos.
The fascinating tourist attraction of Rosh Hanikra is located at the most north-western corner of Israel, the only point in the country where the sea meets the mountains. Visiting the site is suitable for families of all ages and is recommended all year round!
The cable car route which is the shortest and steepest in the world takes the visitors 70 meters down at a 60 degrees angle. The view from the cable car is nothing but magnificent!
The Grottos – A Ravishing Natural Phenomenon
A short walk at the heart of the cliff reveals the grottos which are actually marine caves. The grottos were created following a series of subterranean tremors which cracked the rock. Rainwater flowing through these cracks and the gushing sea waves created this natural phenomenon, unique in Israel!
The sea, the mountains, and what’s within them are revealed to the visitors in their full splendor. You will have the opportunity to learn about the site’s history as well as its varied fauna and flora. The audiovisual presentation is suitable for all types of audiences.
Bicycling/ golf car can be rented for excursions along the esplanade; the tour goes through a nature reserve full of inlets, fauna, and flora.
Virtual tour in the beautiful and unique grottoes, watch the video and visit the site on see and truly experience this nature wonder.
Lantern tour by night – an unforgettable family experience, when the night falls the site will re-open while the nature awakens to it’s mysterious life
A unique experience at one of the prettiest locations in Israel – LIVE concerts by the country’s top artists
Rosh Hanikra tourist site is an excellent platform for various sports activities – spinning, yoga, pilates and more
The pits are a geological result of a process lasting hundreds and thousands of years. It started with a chain of underground shocks that opened cracks in the rock. The rainwater penetrated the cracks that had opened, eroding the rock. This created marine caves and caverns within them that continued to expand due to the sea waves bursting into the cracks with foam. Their presence continues the work of expansion, grinding the rock and carving shapes into it