15 of Israel's environmental wonders
Israel's varied climate and intriguing geology has shaped breathtaking formations across the country.
Hidden within the Judean Hills, a positively stunning cave stretches over 50,000 square feet. The massive, 300,000-year-old stalactites and stalagmites of Avshalom Cave make it one of Israel's must-see natural phenomena.
The psychedelic lighting is a bonus to visitors, though it wasn't just installed for looks – it controls the growth of algae within the cave.