Your Next Trip to the Sea of Galilee Must Include This Spot

The Eshkol Forest provides a bird’s-eye view of the Jordan Valley and Lake Kinneret

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The Eshkol Forest. You get an unusual view of one of Israel’s most biblical landscapes.
The Eshkol Forest. You get an unusual view of one of Israel’s biblical landscapes.Credit: Eitan Leshem
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The view from the Eshkol forest. Credit: Eitan Leshem
A view of the Jordan Valley from atop the Eshkol Overlook.Credit: Eitan Leshem
The Yavne’el Overlook.Credit: Eitan Leshem
The Eshkol Forest.Credit: Eitan Leshem

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