The Majrasa is an estuary of the Nahal Daliot in the Tzaida Ravine- one of the loveliest nature reserves in Israel. The Majrasa is one of the lagoons that stem from the Golan heights rivers.
The Majrasa is a fantastic, family-friendly route; a wet trail with thick vegetation, cold water and aquatic wildlife to be observed on the way. The height of the water that one must tread through varies between twenty centimeters and three meters depending on the season, the amount of rainfall during the year and the amount of water being pumped in from the Sea of the Galilee. In any event, make sure to come prepared in clothing and shoes that are suitable for water.
Categories : Nature Reserves
Clear, clean (yes cold) water to hike through. Deep in parts but nothing that can't be traversed. Wear shorts and water shoes to protect feet. Magical as we waded through areas with overhanging trees and stepped over fallen branches. It would be a fun walk to take children to and we saw a number of families. In deeper parts small children would have to be lifted up or carried but it is doable.