Nahal Kziv

Nahal Kziv

Nahal Kziv is one of the longest streams in the North of Israel. It flows from Mount Meron in the middle of the Galilee, down to the Mediterranean Sea in the west. The stream is fed by a few springs, the most famous of which is the Ein Tamir. Nahal Kziv is also known as one of the three places in Israel where the unique animal known as the “Yachmu Parsi,” a Persian fallow deer, can be found. This deer can be spotted often in the early morning or late afternoon. Along the hiking trail is also the famous castle “Mon Fort” which was used by the Crusaders, among others, throughout history.

This is one of the most popular hikes in the Galilee and part of the famous Yam l’Yam (Sea-to-Sea) trail.





  • Activities Included: Hiking in Israel
  • Type: Hike
  • Level: Calm. No experience is necessary
  • Ages: 5 - 70
  • Estimated Time: 3-6 hours
  • Season: Summer, Spring, Autumn, Winter
  • Location: Northern Israel, Galilee see on map

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