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The turquoise spring that "replaces" the Hassi River, and is open to everyone - Walla! Tourism

2021-06-22T04:39:19.558Z

While there are those who quarrel over Nahal Hasi, let's get to know Ein Migdal right next to Kibbutz Nir David in the Springs Valley. So how do you get to the spring? For details, visit Walla! Tourism



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The spring in turquoise that "replaces" the Assy River, and is open to everyone

While many people are on the asi - let's get acquainted with a clear turquoise alternative, right next to Kibbutz Nir David in the Springs Valley.

Ein Migdal, which flows its water into Nahal Kibbutzim, is open to everyone and is 200 meters from the vehicle.

Do not forget to bring a sea mattress

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Ziv Reinstein

Friday, 18 June 2021, 00:18 Updated: 08:15

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Ein Migdal Spring in the Valley of the Springs (Photo: danaBenhaim, shiri1yardeni, Nitysmoments)

The Valley of the Springs, formerly the Valley of Beit She'an, received its "relatively" name following a rebranding of the area and thanks to about 40 springs that originate in the area between the Jezreel Valley and Jordan - it is the Harod Valley.



Nahal Hassi, which feeds on several of these springs, is at the center of a well-known legal battle between members of Kibbutz Nir David and the residents of Beit She'an over access to it.

But you don't have to fight and quarrel - right next to the kibbutz is another spring, less familiar and crowded - get to know

Ein Migdal

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So to get more details about this amazing place, we asked the Instagram account travily_israel which specializes in beautiful points of interest and photos of travelers to provide us with more information about this blue-azure-transparent water source, which is simply spectacular.

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Why quarrel over Hasi?

There is a baptismal site right next to Nir David.

Ein Migdal (Photo: courtesy of the photographers, galtwig)

Ein Migdal "flows" its water into Nahal Kibbutzim (Photo: courtesy of the photographers, galtwig)

Lovers of peeling feet?

This is for you

So Ein Migdal is one of the most beautiful and clear springs in the country, and as mentioned, it is located near Kibbutz Nir David - the first kibbutz "wall and tower" in the country established in 1936. Hence the name of the spring, which perpetuates the method of establishing 52 settlements in this form in the years 1939-1936. Not far from it is also another connected spring - Ein Homa.



The spring "flows" its water into the Kibbutzim stream, which, as its name implies,

gathers a

number of springs (and not in the name of the kibbutzim in the area). It is located near the springs park, where you can rent golf carts and bicycles, and go for a walk in some of the springs and water sources in the area - Ein Shokek, Ein Moda, Nahal Kibbutzim and the wet path in memory of the late Zvika Kaplan, who fell in Operation Eitan.



The water in the spring reaches the waist of an adult, and inside it are fish that will sometimes "give" you a foot peel, free of charge.

It is worth knowing that the place is surrounded by vegetation and mostly without shade.

In terms of space to sit, there is not much space to settle with mats and the like, but here and there there are some bank areas that are occupied pretty quickly, so take that into account.



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Ein Migdal is surrounded by vegetation and mostly without shade.

Take a parasol / shade net (Photo: courtesy of the photographers, galtwig)

The water in the spring reaches the waist of an adult (Photo: courtesy of those photographed, edermar20)

Baptism at the place is free of charge at the entrance on foot or by bicycle (Photo: courtesy of the photographers, galtwig)

Towards immersion

How to get there: In


Wise - "Ein Migdal", the navigation will lead to the dirt parking of the springs park outside Nir David, from there the walk to the spring is about 200 meters east.



Costs:


No cost.

Entrance on foot or by bicycle.

In the parking lot of the springs park, if you are interested, you can rent golf carts or bicycles to explore other springs in the area.



Season:


Recommended in summer and spring.

On weekends and holidays it can be very busy.



It is important to know: the


water is in a pleasant temperature throughout the seasons, and the temperatures outside can be very high, so it is important to have water, sunscreen and a hat.



Do not forget:

keep it clean.

From the springs park, the walk to the spring is about 200 meters (Photo: courtesy of the photographers, galtwig)

Clear, blue and large.

Ein Migdal (Photo: courtesy of the photographers, galtwig)

Thanks to the photographers:


galtwig


edermar20 For




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