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The Vanishing River Park in Kibbutz HaGoshrim

Some people call this charming place paradise. Even though this is somewhat of a cliché, the Vanishing River Park really comes close to meeting this definition. Here, next to the very photogenic Hermon and Snir Steams, winds a short walking trail that passes near a narrow channel of clear water, strawberry bushes and lovely old fig trees, thick stream flora, a small waterfall, a pool, archeological finds, and, in short, all of the necessary elements needed in order to make this trail into an all sensory adventure. It is recommended to come here especially during the afternoon when the sun provides long shadows. The trail at the Vanishing River Park is well marked and the entrance to it is through HaGoshrim Hotel.
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it is recommended to verify the opening hours and entrance requirements with the site itself
 ●  Animals   ●   Children   ●   Parking   ●   Entrance fee  ● 
Opening hours of The Vanishing River Park:
Sunday - Saturday: 7 am until an hour before dark.
The Vanishing River Park in Kibbutz HaGoshrim Phone: +(972) 4-6816041
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