Natural Places in Beit Shemesh To Visit During Summer
Summer is a season in which most people share a stronger emotional attachment with their families. At some of the natural places in Beit Shemesh, you can enjoy the vacation with your family.
Family gatherings and holidays are supposed to be fun and a spectacular season. But sometimes, it could be an unfortunate and stressful experience. Maybe now is the right time to alter specific things and try something new.
Make this summer period the best one by visiting some Natural attractive sites in Beit Shemesh.
Adullam Grove Nature Reserve
Adullam Grove lies between rolling hills and beautiful Mediterranean nature. It is a unique blend of archaeology, Jewish history, and outdoor activity. If you desire to visit the underground passages and caverns with your family, go along with a torch. Also, ensure that you come with water and food.
American Independence Park
The American Independence Park was dedicated to the US on its 200th birthday. And it provides Israelis a refreshing break from the tremendous pressure of their everyday life. Most importantly, it is a great place to visit with your family and explore the numerous opportunities for enjoying nature.
At the park entrance is a charming 45-minute nature hike that envelops the climax above the Ktalav Riverbed. You will find some unusual spots, including play and picnic areas all over the road for your family to relax and have fun.
First, there’s a recreational center with wheelchair-accessible picnic tables and a small playground.
Tel Azekah is a 372m high archaeological hill situated in the heart of the British Park. At a point, it dominates the coastal plain with an astonishing view of the HaEla Valley.
The British Park was built by the JNF, with help from the British Jews. And it covers approximately 10,000 acres’ area of land. Luckily, it is rich in carob and the natural vegetation of oak trees. Also, it is full of planted pine trees and orchards. There is a facility for playgrounds, day parking, trails, and lookouts at the park.
Besides, the British Park is home to several animals. There are stone pillars engraved with the names of the British Jewish contributors at the park entrance. Tel Azekah hill has a striking view of the HaEla Valley, coastal plain, coastline, Jerusalem hills, and the slopes of the Hebron hills.
Above the hill are long stones that carry engraves on the verses from the story of the battle. Moreover, it serves as a seat for travelers. There is a mighty sundial at the center of the hill, a stone plaza designed for a panoramic view and, on which way and different settlements are engraved.
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