Tourist tip #156 / The Soreq Cave of stalactite wonders
An underground stone forest of naturally formed figurines in the Judean Mountains lets your imagination run wild.
A scenic drive through the Judean Mountains leads to the Avshalom Reserve Stalactite Cave, more commonly known as the Soreq Cave, where 45 years ago a quarrying blast shook the earth, revealing a 91-meter-long “rockcicle” wonderland, with stalactites and stalagmites galore. Ten years of work and research later, the cave was opened to the public.
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