A natural seductive group spread in the governorate of As-Suwayda. The Directorate of Tourism is working to highlight and employ them in the best way to serve the tourist movement and enrich the tourist product with the required attractions.
The most important cave that was invested in As-Suwayda according to Al-Arbid is a ancient cave located about 100 km from Damascus, which extends at a maximum breadth of 1,460 meters and has a celestial crater with an area of 600 square meters under it, which is three consecutive nature caves distributed over three continuous parts of basalt origin Natural half-circle section and an average height of six meters separated by catacombs and rock formations carved by nature to flow water between the rocks and characterized by constant temperature throughout the year at 17 degrees Celsius.
According to al-Ubaid, the cave is characterized by the presence of rocky debris along its form that forms a natural source of ventilation and a waterway that leaves its magnificent terraces, as well as protrusions and grooves from the bottom of the cave to its ceiling and the condoms where water droplets can be seen beneath it.
Al-Arbeed refers to the cave of Al-Dalafa, northeast of the town of Al-Rashida, on the bank of Wadi Al-Sham, beside it, a fresh water spring and visits by the inhabitants of the governorate and the region to be distinguished by the presence of a basin of fresh water gathered from the eye near a very large fig tree that emerged from the heart of the rock and has been witness to the phases of the past. In harmony with the rock.
The Director of Tourism shows that the Directorate has prepared a project to acquire the caves of the canals and the gap by taking advantage of their advantages and the elements of investment available in order to encourage tourism tourism.