We just received this video of the Nahal Ayun waterfall from the Israel Nature and Parks Authority. Is this a marvel or what? Does it remind you of a certain romantic location on the US-Canada border?

Nahal Iyyon is a perennial stream in the Galilee Panhandle. The stream originates from the springs in the Marjayoun valley in southern Lebanon, and runs southward for seven kilometers in various irrigation ditches, until flowing into Israel near Metulla, as a tributary of the Jordan River in the Hula Valley.


And with this winter’s gush of perpetual rain – this is what it looks like. Just add two honeymooners and stir…

(Video credit: Ramzi Badran / Israel Nature and Parks Authority).

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