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Carmel National Park, Haifa

#3 of 10 in Nature in Haifa District
Park · Hidden Gem · National Park
A UNESCO biosphere reserve, Carmel National Park covers 10,000 hectares (24,711 acres) of forested terrain, reaching across the sloping coastal mountains range. Pick one of many trails within the expansive park, biking or hiking your way to panoramic views of Haifa and the surrounding valleys. Among eucalyptus, pine, and cypress trees, uncover some 250 prehistoric caves, human dwellings from hundreds of centuries ago. Dotted with picnic areas, restrooms, and a cafe, the park remains a quiet spot for soaking up the scenery. Wheelchair accessible picnic areas and vehicle trails are also available on site. Add Carmel National Park and other attractions to your Haifa trip itinerary using our Haifa online visit planner.
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  • I started off at Little Switzerland car park. I took the red trail to the bridge then the blue trail up the wadi to the end. I walked back down the wadi to the bridge then took the green trail back...  more »
  • Our 3 bus loads of Christians on a tour of the Holy Land came here to see the site where Elijah’s God destroyed the Baal worshippers. We used a beautiful garden area for a teaching of this...  more »

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