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Helicopter Tour to the Golan Heights

Helicopter Flight to the Golan Heights

Taking off from Tel-Aviv, the helicopter will first fly above the Mediterranean coastline. After passing Caesarea, we will head inland to reach the Galilee. Below, you will see some of the biggest Arab cities in Israel, with new and large-sized mosques at their hilltops. Next, the mound of Megiddo marks the plains of Armageddon, site of the final battle according to the Apocalypse. At its northern end, the city of Nazareth will be seen in the distance. We will fly above Mt. Tabor, whose top holds the large-sized church of the Transfiguration. Next the Sea of Galilee will appear on your right, and the Golan Heights at its eastern end.

Landing near the border with Syria, a local expert guide will guide you in his off-road car along the purple line, introducing the special geo-politics of this region.

Lunch will be served in the home of a Druze family, and possibly followed by a visit to a local fine winery. After taking off, the helicopter will fly low above the rapids of the Jordan River, meandering into the Sea of Galilee. Next, we will fly above Capernaum, Mount of Beatitudes, and Magdala. After an elegant leap above the cliffs of Arbel, we head back to Tel-Aviv via Megiddo / Armageddon.

Did you Know?

The Golan Heights were formed by volcanic eruptions nearly a million of years ago. Today, the volcanos’ summits provide the best viewpoints of the region.

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