The Jilabun Stream (in Arabic: Wadi Jalabina) is one of the more popular and magnificent streams that flow along 15 kilometers within the wild landscape of the central area of the Golan Heights region. Around its most beautiful part, when it creates a dramatic canyon in the hard basalt rock, it is defined as a nature reserve. In this nature reserve one can find marked trails in various levels of difficulty. Two large waterfalls are found in the Jilabun Stream: the 20 meters high Dvora waterfall and the Jilabun waterfall which rises to the height of over 40 meters. At the foot of the waterfalls there are charming natural pools that are decorated by water flora. The Jilabun Stream itself starts its way near kibbutz Ortal and pours into the Jordan River in the area of the Pkak Bridge. To the south of the Jilabun Stream one can still find deserted and silent Syrian military outposts.