El Al Stream (in Hebrew: Nahal El Al), is a popular nature reserve in the southern part of the Golan Heights. The perennial El Al spring water carved its way through the black basalt rock, and at some points it even exposed the lower layers of white limestone. Forming a waterfall at its terrain type, they are known as the “black waterfall” and the “white waterfall”.
A hike along the water stream is a popular family activity, and especially in the summer. At several points natural pools form a perfect stop for a refreshing swim and a coffee break.
The full hike is about 4 miles long and takes about 3 to 4 hours.
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