Khayat Orchard

Siah Stream is a real gem which passes actually inside the city of Haifa. It is difficult to believe until you arrive here yourself. In any event, one does not have to do the complete trail (which is only 2 kilometers, by the way), in order to enjoy the prize that it offers at its end: the Khayat Orchard. The Khayat Orchard is not just any orchard. It is an enchanted complex, but also pretty wild, which served a local Arab family in the 1930s. They planned and planted in it orchard trees, herb beds, draining channels and water pools, in one of which one can still dip today. In short, it is worthwhile bringing a bathing suit to the Khayat Orchard. In season, one can also see here the tall pomegranate tree which stands at the entrance to the Khayat Orchard, a few steps to the west of the water pool. It is abundant, proud and full of pomegranates that glisten in the sun.
Arrival at Khayat Orchard: park in the improvised parking lot next to the "Brosh (Cypress) Gate”, one of the eastern gates of the Sdeh Yehosu’a Cemetery (the simplest way is to arrive from Derech HaYam Street).
And for the smart ones who choose to do the whole trail: from the center of the Carmel arrive at Lotus Street. The trail’s beginning is hidden next to structure number 12. From there simply walk west inside the beautiful grove with the black trail marking. Do not forget to take two vehicles, or at least a helpful ride.
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it is recommended to verify the opening hours and entrance requirements with the site itself
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Address: King Solomon St. ,Haifa
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