‘Mei Kedem’ (In Hebrew: Water of ancient times) is a unique attraction in the southern part of the Carmel. A section of Caesarea‘s ancient aqueduct that was uncovered by chance was developed into a tourist attraction operating in the summer months. Visitors descend into a 1000 feet long water tunnel and get their feet wet while walking in the dimly lit underground water channel. The activity is both fun and exciting, and educational, learning first-hand on water management in Roman Times.
A visit to ‘Mai Kedem’ can be combined with a day tour in the north.