Then, ice cream dripping, we made our way towards the green path, only stopping to sidle up against a life-sized silhouette of a giant vulture.
After getting thoroughly soaked, we continued wading through the Majrase stream, through overhanging trees and tall reeds all around.
Wet fun for everyone? As long as you don’t mind getting a little dirty, Nahal HaKibbutzim is the place to be.
Down off the path, over some slippery rocks, water poured down from above, crashing into an emerald pool below.
Twice a year, as the world’s birds make their way down to Africa and back up to Europe, hundreds of thousands of them spend the night at Lake Hula.