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Nice couple of hours. High mountain overlooking Syrian plains. Interesting metal sculptures. There is a desrted Israeli bunker to wonder about. UN peace keeping solders happy to chat and take photos with you. Better to come in the afternoon, when the sun is in the West, and you look to the east. But the coffee shop closes at 5 pm.
Mt. Bental is a lookout point in the Israeli Golan. There is a decent coffeeshop and gift staor run by kibbutzniks at the nearby Kibutz Merom Golan, but the main attractions are the former strongpoint from the 1973 war, which is preserved and explained by signs and plaques, and the overviews of the former battles in the 1973 Arab-Israel War... 更多
A must if you visit Golan Heights. From the top of the mount you can watch Syria and the ghost city of Quneitra. A UN post is permanently open and UN soldiers (one or two, usually) are willing to talk with tourists.
Mount Bental offers excellent views that well illustrate the strategic importance of this location. It also offers trenches and lookouts for the kids, the chance to talk to UN peacekeepers, and a coffee shop named after a Secretary General (yes, that one). What more could you ask for?
Great lookout point to the area. We always come back and it's still great. The place is very welcoming. There is plenty of parking.
Har Bental is a strategically located summit in the Golan Heights, and played a critical role in the Six-Day War - remnants of which can be seen (gun emplacements, trenches, etc.). Look east across the Syrian border and you will understand the importance of capturing Bental to the Israelis.
You're able to look across at the war in Syria. Also, we got to speak to a peacekeeping solider who was monitoring the Israel/Syria ceasefire. Really interesting. However, wrap up as its very cold.
Some basic volcano information but really not much to see and the kids were bored, we couldn't understand why they created this park.
Fantastic views of Syria. Incredible to be able to visit this bunker location. You can see the Israel farm fields right up to the Syrian boarder. The abandoned Syrian town at the boarder. We could hear gun fire from the relocated Syrian town in the distance. It was all surreal. The small gift shop and snack shop/ coffee shop were... 更多