Nice place, a must visit for those who have not visited, nice to walk around the caves and see the blue sea. We rented a small electric vehicle and I think it was unnecessary because you do not see much.
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This is a unique site well worth a visit. However, the staff are not efficient and do not know how to handle large groups especially groups of school children. Visiting together with such groups makes the visit unpleasant. The toilets are situated approximately 200 meters...More
We went on a weekend afternoon in mid-March. It was almost empty so we had no wait to get tickets or get on the cable car. A couple of tips-- there are discounts for seniors and handicapped people, but I can't imagine how someone would...More
The grottos itself are beautiful however we waited almost two hours first in the line for tickets and then in the line for the cable car for about 15-20 minutes. With that being said don't go on a holiday as you will wait forever in...More
One of my favorite spots in Israel that always inspired me and made me love the landscape, so peaceful, unique and on the border of Israel - just the edges of the land I love so much! The most beautiful waters in the world -...More
The Lonely Planet made this out to be a lot more that i thought it was. The caves are interesting but not extensive and the whole site felt dated. The first set of ticket offices were closed but turns out you ignore this and simply...More