Start the day with a visit to the Hula Valley Nature Reserve. The reserve has lovely walking trails, including a "floating bridge" over the wetland, and special lookout points where visitors can observe the avian wildlife.
In the spring of 1994 another stage in the campaign to restore natural balance in the Hula Valley was completed: the re-flooding of 250 acres now known as Lake Agmon, located approximately two kilometers north of the Hula Nature Reserve. Visitors can visit the re-flooded area to appreciate nature’s powers.
While at the Hula Valley Nature reserve don’t forget to stop at Oforia, a fun multimedia display that tells the story of the migratory route across the region and the millions of birds that use it.
Continue south to Israel’s largest fresh-water lake, the Sea of Galilee, for a walk along the Tiberias waterfront or a break at one of its beaches.
Continue across the Galilee Mountains to Rosh Hanikra. Here the rocky cliffs descend steeply into the Mediterranean Sea, allowing the waves to carve grottos of a thousand shapes. Take the cable car down to the grottos for a short stroll through the rocky passageways.
Overnight: in the Haifa region.