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#Pakal_Kafe: Ein HaDayag

re's an interesting fact about Israelis - They like to take a #Pakal_Kafe with them on hikes in nature, or when they visit their nearby ma'ayan (spring). (or sometimes use them at home!)

Why do you ask? Well, simply because there is nothing more Israeli than enjoying the outdoors with a nice steaming glass of fresh coffee (*Don't worry, there is always emergency tea for the non-coffee drinkers).

>>> So we @iKonnect decided to hop on this trend!

The pool at Ein HaDayag
The pool at Ein HaDayag / Shifra Gottlieb

The story

Ein HaDayag is a gorgeous little pond, situated right near the Hula Reserve, close to the town of Yesod HaMaalah.

The natural pond is filled with cool refreshing water, sitting right beneath giant eucalyptus trees. The spot is a favorite for birdwatching lovers, as plenty of types of birds flock over the area, and sometimes stop to refresh in the cool waters.

What to expect?

The pond is filled with cool fresh water, and if you continue towards the end of the pond, you will find big catfish swimming around and plenty of little turtles sunbathing on the rocks.

There is plenty of shade all over, and it's a great spot to open up your Pakal Kafe and boil a nice hot cup of coffee to enjoy with a delicious picnic lunch.

A pakal kafe pot filled with coffee held over the Ein HaDayag pool
Don't forget your pakal kafe! / Shifra Gottlieb

What you need to know!

  • It can get chilly in the area, even in the summer, so make sure to bring something warm.

  • Payment & hours: Free and unlimited hours

  • Distance from the parking lot: Right nearby

  • Best season to visit: All year long

  • Family-friendly? Yes

A metal gate that leads to the Ein HaDayag pool
The gate leading to the Ein HaDayag pool / Shifra Gottlieb


By car: To get to Ein HaDayag you can either type in Waze: עין הדייג or click on the Google Maps location below and follow the directions. The spring is located right off of Road 90. Park on the side of the road and pass the gate. From there the spring will be about a 1-minute walk.


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