Gan HaShlosha National Park
Gan HaShlosha - National Park of Israel. Its name translates as "Garden of Three", named after three mine-blasted in 1938, when they were looking for a good place for the kibbutz Nir David. For Arabs, the park is known under the other name Sahne, translated as "Hot Pool". And the name is not accidental - the temperature of the water in 3 local lakes is at around 28 ° C all year round.
In Gang Ha-Slosha Park there are 3 huge water pools that feed from the mountain spring, the maximum depth of the lakes is 8 meters. It is believed that the water here has healing qualities, and besides, they are very clean here. All lakes are surrounded by lush vegetation, and picnic areas are also arranged next to them. Nearby is the restaurant "Muza al-ha-maim", famous for its fish dishes. In the nearby kibbutz Nir David, travelers can relax in comfortable country houses near the banks of the Hashi River.
In the middle of Gang Ha-Slosha Park, a natural lake with a source at the bottom, the waters flowing from it form cascades of waterfalls. The shores of the lakes are rich in spacious and shady beaches, beautiful trees with lush crowns, allowing visitors to relax on the ten on hot days, and water slides for children. Near the coast, constant estrus and children can buy without going far from their parents. The park has rocky ledges of 1-6 meters, so anyone can jump from them into the water. On lakes, fishing is prohibited and fish have become almost manual. Fry sometimes swim to swim and bite them by the fingers.
The doors of Gang Ha – Shlosh are open to visitors all year. But it’s better to go here as early as possible - otherwise the best places will be occupied. At 5 o’clock it closes at night, at this time the territory is being cleaned and the next day the park again pleases the guests with its cleanliness.