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Discalced Carmelite Order Muhraqa Monastery

P.O.Box 55 | Dalyat Al Karmel, Haifa 30056, Israel
+972 52-877-9686
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Fantastic place to visit with a great view

I went to this place with a Pastor who knew all the history in the area. He was able to describe... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Taipei, Taiwan
Some of the best views and hiking in all of Israel!

I have visited this Carmelite monastery 6 times over the last 5 years, my last visit was one week... read more

Reviewed 6 June 2017
Yitzchak M
Ramat Gan, Israel
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“gift shop” (4 reviews)
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P.O.Box 55 | Dalyat Al Karmel, Haifa 30056, Israel
+972 52-877-9686
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I went to this place with a Pastor who knew all the history in the area. He was able to describe to us in detail what happened in the area which made the place come to life ! After hearing his explanation of the history,...More

Thank Combatfisher
Reviewed 6 June 2017

I have visited this Carmelite monastery 6 times over the last 5 years, my last visit was one week ago with my son and grandchildren, AND I NEVER GET TIRED OF BEING HERE! Without question the 360 degree panoramic view from the roof of the...More

1  Thank Yitzchak M
Reviewed 3 June 2017

If you are not familiar with Biblical history (not the Scriptures), then the views from the top of the Valley is worth visiting with a qualified guide. If you are familiar with pre Solomonic Old Testament issues, what a wonderful overview of the Valley all...More

Thank Tejas G
Reviewed 30 May 2017

I wrote a review of Daliat El Carmel and thought it was for here! Sorry if I led anyone astray, but I haven't figured out how to take back the review. I will keep trying. This place, however, is indeed a quite retreat with fantastic...More

Thank calota
Reviewed 16 May 2017

An out of the way place but well visited by tourist buses and well worth it. The gardens and buildings are interesting and very well kept. The mainreason for avisit, however, is the view fromthe roof. This is a stunning 360 degree vista of the...More

Thank Steve L
Reviewed 16 April 2017

If you know anything about the Bible, you will not want to miss this ... as a missionary or even as a tourist. Get a knowledgeable guide to start with so you do not miss all the history there is here.

Thank sallyloutate
Reviewed 12 April 2017

this was a stop on the afternoon of my first day in Israel. If I had written the itinerary, I think I may have skipped this altogether. The viewing platform offers some extraordinary views but I was poking along looking at vendors wares and the...More

Thank JuneNY
Reviewed 24 March 2017

The Muhraka Monastery itself is very moderate and not so interesting, the observation from the monastery rooftop is great , you from there the beautiful Yizrael valley , Yokneam , at the far the Mount Tabor / Tavor ,the Mediterranean sea and many more, it's...More

Thank Ori L
Reviewed 18 March 2017

It is impressive to see the this historic. cave above which the first convent of the Carmelites was built. An impressive monument which offers a great view over Haifa and the Mediterranean coast.

Thank BerndEKappel
Reviewed 27 February 2017

Take in the history of the bible from this lookout location. The bible comes alive as you look over the Jezreel Valley and Armegeddan from Revelations. Be reminded of Elijah and his defeat of the Baal prophets. A great must see location when visiting the...More

Thank djhm
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11 June 2015|
Response from Giora_I_L | Reviewed this property |
On Google maps type Deir Al-Mukhraqa Carmelite Monastery. Latitude: N 32 40' 19.8565" Longitude: E 35 5' 17.3161"
17 April 2015|
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Response from Giora_I_L | Reviewed this property |
Tickets are sold at entrance. (last time it was 5 Shekels) There are many coffee shops at the near by village Daliat El Carmel