Updated: Oct 2
Ein Ayub is a spring in the north of the Sea of Galilee. The name is taken from a Druze tradition that tells that the prophet Job was beaten with boils and was healed in Ein Ayub.
Drilling near the spring has created low-salinity waterfalls that flow into the Sea of Galilee.
The three waterfalls are cold and mix with the warm waters of the Sea of Galilee, and it is a pleasure.
📌 There is no lifeguard. Swimming is the responsibility of the travelers.
📌 The waterfalls are great, but the area is not well maintained. There are few shady places and places where you can put your bags.
📌 Parking - There is no organized parking. You can park on the side of the road, but the edges are shallow. Private cars did it but be careful that the vehicle does not get hit at the bottom. We came on Saturday and parked near the Church. Opposite the Church, there are a few places to park at the margins of the road.
📌 On Saturdays and holidays, it is best to arrive early because it gets hectic.
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