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Gamla (Hebrew:גמלא) is a Nature Reserve and Archeological Site in the Golan Heights.


'Gamla' means a "camel" in Hebrew, the name of the hill top location clearly taking its name from a resemblance to a camel's hump.

NB: Gamla Nature Reserve is often closed to visitors weekdays on account of army exercises. Be sure to telephone the reserve before you set out to verify that it is open.

Get in

Turn off the Sea of Galilee road at Gamla junction and then take Route 869 to Daliyot junction, turning north after about 2 km. A signposted dirt road leads to the reserve.


  • Gamla Nature Reserve [1], open April-September 8am-5pm, October-March 8am-4pm, tel (06) 682 2282, admission adults NIS 23, children NIS 12, groups: adults NIS 19, children NIS 11 -
    • Gamla - scene of one of the Zealots' last stands against the Roman Empire
    • Gamla Falls - a 50 m high waterfall


  • Birdwatching - the steep and tall cliffs at Gamla form the perfect habitat for Griffin vultures

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