The park is situated in the heart of the Tabkha valley, with a wide avenue of palm trees leading to it. In the course of excavations at the site, the remains of a fishing village were discovered, and a magnificent synagogue. Ein Nur and the Ayub spring flow near the churches of Tabkha. Near the spring is a little cave which, according to tradition, was used by Job. From here, you can descend to the Job (Ayub) waterfall, which flows into Lake Kineret.

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